Roto Riteup: July 1, 2020 by Justin Mason July 1, 2020 Happy Bobby Bonilla Day! Bobby Bonilla waiting on that $1,193,248.20 direct deposit to hit tonight like pic.twitter.com/yINLaWb7W2 — Dylan (@TheQuesaDylan) July 1, 2020 On the Agenda: 1. No Disclosure 2. Quick Hits 3. Various News and Notes No Disclosure Major League Baseball said on Tuesday that teams will not release information on players who test positive for coronavirus. Players will be placed on a separate IL, but it will not be public knowledge which one they are on. This will leave it up to the media and fans of the sport to speculate wildly. Quick Hits MLB announced on Tuesday that the Minor League Baseball season will be cancelled. This news is not surprising news as there are no fans to make minor league clubs money. It will be interesting to see what the Minor Leagues will look like moving forward. The Colorado Rockies signed Matt Kemp to a minor league deal. With Ian Desmond opting out this year, the Rockies needed to bring in a veteran bat to take well deserved time away from more interesting players because that’s how the Rockies do. General Manager Brian Cashman stated that the organization is optimistic that Aaron Judge will be ready for Opening Day. I think there still are reasons to be concerned, but this is better than them saying that he won’t be ready. Shohei Ohtani has officially been designated as a two-way player this season. No surprise here, but something to keep in mind as the Angels will move to a six man rotation which likely means that none of their pitchers will see much in the way of two-start weeks. Various News and Notes Jorge Mateo was traded to the Padres for a player to be named later. Mateo is a former top prospect that is out of minor league options. He will likely start as a utility player for the Padres, but he could find his way to playing time if Jurickson Profar struggles. If he is able to become a regular player, he has the speed to be a huge difference maker in fantasy. According to multiple sources, Giancarlo Stanton is expected to be the opening day DH. Stanton injured his calf in spring training and has yet to do any outfield drills. This is a bit concerning considering how long he has had to recover from the injury. Stanton is a first round talent with a 15th round body. The upside means he will go in the top 50, but he is definitely a gamble this year. According to manager Gabe Kapler, Tyler Rogers may be an option to close games this year. In fact, during a Giants run OOTP simulation, Kapler used Rogers in the closer role in the first two save opportunities. This is obviously a video game, but it is clear that Rogers could be in the mix for saves and if Tony Watson struggles, Rogers could run away with the job.