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    Aaron Judge was activated off the injured list and inserted into the lineup at DH on Tuesday against the Braves in Atlanta after missing two weeks with a strained calf. Prior to the game, the Yankees also put Luis Avilan on the 10-day IL with left shoulder inflammation. The injury allowed the Yankees to recall Miguel Andujar from the alternate site in Scranton. With Gleyber Torres and James Paxton placed on the 10-day IL on Monday, the Yankees also called up right-hander Brooks Kriske from the alternate site. Andujar has struggled this season, so far unable to adjust to his new role with the Yankees, coming off the bench as a part-time third baseman and outfielder. He entered Tuesday just 1-for-14 on the season. Filed under aaron judge ,  miguel andujar ,  new york yankees ,  8/25/20
    The San Francisco Giants had no trouble finding a spot for pitcher Trevor Cahill on their 28-man roster, but adding him to their 40-man roster appears to be a trickier endeavor. Cahill will start for the Giants Wednesday in Houston and make his season debut against the Astros, but the organization only has a few hours to purchase his contract and add him to the 40-man roster. Giants manager Gabe Kapler said the Giants were still determining a 40-man roster move that would free up a space for Cahill, but they were able to find a spot for him and right-hander Dereck Rodríguez on the 28-man roster by optioning relief pitchers Conner Menez and Rico García to the Sacramento alternate site. Kapler said the Giants can’t expect Cahill to give the club many innings in his Wednesday start, so Rodríguez could follow him out of the bullpen. “It’s nice to have some length on the roster tonight in the fact that Cahill is not especially stretched out,” Kapler said. “We think he can give us somewhere in the vicinity of...
    Getty Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy The Chicago Bears continue to shape their roster for the upcoming NFL season. General manager Ryan Pace hinted last week that the team would likely get down to 80 players by Sunday, and they did just that with their latest roster moves. The Bears announced Sunday that they waived running back Napoleon Maxwell, an undrafted free agent out of Florida International University. Maxwell was set to potentially provide some depth in the running backs room, but when the team announced his release alongside the activation of fellow running back Artavis Pierce from the reserve/COVID-19 list, the writing on the wall got a bit easier to read. #Bears roster moves: We have waived RB Napoleon Maxwell and have activated RB Artavis Pierce from Reserve/COVID-19. — Chicago Bears (@BearsPR) August 2, 2020 Chicago currently has two players one their reserve/COVID-19 list: nose tackle John Jenkins and tight end Eric Saubert, and Pierce was the first player to go on it. We don’t know whether Pierce has been cleared to resume team activities...
    Getty Brian Lewerke On Thursday afternoon, the New England Patriots re-signed undrafted free agent quarterback Brian Lewerke. The team has several openings on its 80-man roster after six players opted out of the upcoming NFL season because of health and safety concerns. Lewerke is the second undrafted free agent the team has brought back following the re-signing of Auburn wide receiver Will Hastings. Follow the Heavy on Patriots Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors, and content!Brian Lewerke on His Way Back to FoxboroughPer Graham Couch of Lansing State Journal, the Michigan State Spartan’s alum is already headed back to New England. The Patriots have re-added Brian Lewerke to their roster, according to Lewerke’s dad. The former MSU QB is flying back to New England tonight. — Graham Couch (@Graham_Couch) July 30, 2020 Lewerke’s Spot on the Depth ChartAs of now, you’d have to consider Lewerke to be the fourth QB on the roster behind Cam Newton, Jarrett Stidham, and Brian Hoyer. The team is almost certain to stay put at the position with Lewerke’s re-signing, and...