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Impressing in relief
Rea, who ranks fifth in the Pacific Coast League with 111 strikeouts, could get the call up in September.
Knocking on door of big leagues
Hayes, who is batting .458 with two homers and a stolen base in his last six games with Triple-A Indianapolis, may have an outside chance to debut in September.
May play regularly in September
Dubon, who has posted a 127 wRC+ in 22 games since joining Triple-A Sacramento, could play close to every day over the final month of the season.
May be rewarded with callup
Brown, who has 37 home runs with Triple-A Las Vegas this season, could get the call up in September.
September callup candidate?
King, who has a 15:4 K:BB in two Triple-A starts this season, could get a look with the Yankees in September.
Wittgren, who has a 25.5 percent strikeout rate this season, could step into the closer role if Brad Hand continues to struggle.
Could get another look as starter
Urquidy, who posted a 3.91 FIP in five starts for the Astros earlier this season, could get another look in the big-league rotation before the year is out.
Opt-out decision lingering
May lack landing spots with opt-out
Facing opt-out question
Could opt out after 2019 season
Probably won't opt out
May be available in Rule 5 draft
GM not tipping hand
Good bet for contract extension
Has club's confidence
Coveted by Angels
Expected to sign with Braves
Concern over free-agent stock?
Role may remain uncertain
The Dodgers will insert May into the rotation during its upcoming 16-day stretch without a day off, but management "has for months envisioned May being a not-so-secret bullpen weapon" for the postseason, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Certain he'll stick with ChiSox
Early-September return on tap