Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Rich Hill (elbow) believes he'll be ready to go if baseball returns in July. The veteran starter's rehab has been compromised a bit due to the pandemic, though he was able to toss a 65-70 pitch bullpen session earlier on Friday. Injuries have been a concern with Hill- he's missed time over the last few seasons with knee, arm, and hand injuries. Still, from 2016-2018, he has won 35 games and has pitched to a 3.03 ERA. Hill may operate more as a spot-starter for the Twins if baseball returns, lowering his fantasy ceiling.