Parra (illness) is back in the lineup Saturday against the Dodgers, Eric Stephen of SB Nation reports. He missed two games due to illness but will take over in right field Saturday with Carlos Gonzalez on the bench. Parra, a left-handed hitter, has fared surprisingly well in his career against Saturday's starter Clayton Kershaw, going 10-for-27 (.370 average) with two walks and seven strikeouts.
Parra (illness) is out of the lineup Friday against the Dodgers. A late scratch from Thursday's lineup due to illness, Parra will remain on the bench Friday as Stephen Cardullo starts again at first base. Year 1 of Parra's three-year pact with Colorado has been a huge disappointment. In fact, he has the third-worst fWAR (-1.5) among players with at least 350 plate appearances, ahead of only Alexei Ramirez and Prince Fielder.
Parra is out of Friday's lineup against the Padres. Parra was hitless but recorded a walk and an RBI in his return from a hamstring injury on Thursday. With the Padres starting left-hander Christian Friedrich, the Rockies will give Parra the day off.
Parra (hamstring) remains out of the lineup Tuesday against the Diamondbacks, Jack Magruder of Fanrag Sports reports. With tonight's absence, Parra has missed the past six games. The veteran may not have been slotted into the lineup even if he was healthy given that Arizona is giving the ball to left-hander Robbie Ray, but fantasy owners will have to wait yet another day for him to return nonetheless. Mark Reynolds will fill in at first once again.
Parra (hamstring) remains out of the lineup for Monday's matchup with the Diamondbacks, Kate Longworth of FOX Sports Arizona reports. This marks the fifth day in a row that Parra will sit out due to his ailing hamstring. Mark Reynolds will take over at first base once more in his stead.
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