Escobar (shoulder) is back in Saturday's lineup, leading off against the Astros, the Orange County Register's Jeff Fletcher reports. He missed two games with the shoulder ailment, but will finish out the season on a healthy note. Escobar has now hit above .305 in back-to-back seasons, and he is two runs shy of back-to-back 70-plus run seasons. It's a relatively empty batting average, but he seems to be a reliable anchor in that department going forward.
Escobar (shoulder) is not in the lineup for Friday's game against the Astros, Eric Kay of the Angels reports. Escobar will miss his second straight game as a result of the shoulder injury that forced him from Tuesday's contest. Jefry Marte will man the hot corner for the Angels on Friday night.
Escobar (shoulder) is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game. Kaleb Cowart will start at third base Wednesday with Escobar still dealing with a shoulder injury. Escobar left Tuesday's contest in his throwing (right) shoulder and it's unclear when he'll get back on the field this season. Cowart figures to get most of the starts at third base should Escobar continue to miss time.
Escobar left Tuesday's game with right shoulder soreness, the Orange County Register's Jeff Fletcher reports. He went 0-for-2 before exiting with the shoulder ailment, getting replaced at third base by Kaleb Cowart. Consider Escobar day-to-day heading into Wednesday's action.
Escobar is out of the lineup Sunday against the Astros. The Angels will give Escobar a day off for the Sunday matinee, with Cliff Pennington entering the lineup in his stead. Escobar has put together a seven-game hitting streak, going 10-for-30 (.333 average) with a homer and six runs scored in that span.
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