Adrianza isn’t hurt, but he was away from the team for personal reasons, per David O’Brien of the Athletic (via Twitter). He now must go through COVID-19 protocols before returning to the team. The 31-year-old infielder is in his first season with the Braves after spending the past four in Minnesota.
While he’s away, Camargo will step into a familiar role as a utility player off the bench. Camargo, 27, has appeared in 349 games with the Braves over the past four seasons. He owns a career triple slash of .261/.319/.430, though he has struggled at the plate the past two seasons.