Daniel Nava 1B/RF/DH LAA 2 months ago

Nava agreed to a one-year deal with the Angels on Wednesday, Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times reports.

Daniel Nava 1B/RF/DH LAA 3 months ago

Nava refused his outright assignment to Triple-A Durham and is now a free agent.

Daniel Nava 1B/RF/DH LAA 3 months ago

Nava was designated for assignment on Friday, the Tampa Bay Times' Marc Topkin reports.

Daniel Nava 1B/RF/DH LAA 5 months ago

Nava is out of the lineup on Monday against the Orioles, according to Roch Kubatko of MASN.

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Daniel Nava 1B/RF/DH LAA 5 months ago

Nava had his second three-hit night with the Rays in Friday's loss to the Royals.

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Daniel Nava 1B/RF/DH LAA 7 months ago

Nava (thumb) will begin rehabilitation assignment with Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday, the Boston Globe reports.

The rehab assignment can last up to 20 days, and we don't think the Red Sox are anxious to add Nava to the 25-man roster. He was hitting .159 with a .440 OPS when he was placed on the disabled list, and there's no obvious spot on the roster for him once he's healthy.

Daniel Nava 1B/RF/DH LAA 8 months ago

Nava (thumb) has been taking batting practice in the cage, the Boston Globe reports.

Nava, who's been on the disabled list since May 26, is not close to returning.

Daniel Nava 1B/RF/DH LAA 8 months ago

Nava (thumb) will try to start hitting Tuesday, the Boston Globe reports.

Nava recently received an injection for his sprained left thumb. He's been out of action since May 26.

Daniel Nava 1B/RF/DH LAA 8 months ago

Nava (thumb) has yet to swing a bat, the Boston Globe reports.

Manager John Farrell said an MRI confirmed a contusion "in the muscle in the left hand, and that's up from the thumb toward the palm area." Nava will continue to get treatment and do more strengthening, but there's no timetable for when Nava he'll begin swinging a bat.

Daniel Nava 1B/RF/DH LAA 9 months ago

Nava was placed on the 15-day DL because of a sprained thumb, which he has been playing through for a while, CSN New England's Sean McAdam reports.

It's possible the sprained thumb has become too difficult to play through, but it may also be the case that the Red Sox just want the struggling Nava to take some time off to get back to 100 percent. Either way, Nava will likely return to a crowded outfield situation, especially if Shane Victorino (calf) makes a quick recovery and can actually stay healthy for a little bit.