Paredes went 2-for-4 with a run scored in Wednesday's 11-1 loss to the Marlins. Paredes got the start in right field Wednesday with Peter Bourjos sidelined due to a shoulder injury. Paredes won't get increased playing time even though Bourjos is expected to hit the disabled list, as Aaron Altherr is set to return from the DL Thursday and he should see the majority of the starts in right field moving forward.
Paredes went 1-for-4 with a double in Saturday's 8-3 loss to the Rockies. Paredes has seen his playing time cut significantly of late with Cody Asche and Peter Bourjos playing well. He has just 17 at-bats in the Phillies' last 19 games.
Paredes is not in the lineup Monday against Arizona, Steve Gross of the Morning Call reports. Paredes will sit for the second time in four days as the Phillies go up against right-hander Shelby Miller. Paredes is a markedly better hitter against righties for his career, but he'll be replaced in right field by Peter Bourjos on Monday.
Paredes went 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI in the Phillies' 8-1 win over the Brewers on Sunday. Paredes has four hits in 13 at-bats since joining the Phillies. The team is looking for offense and is giving him a chance to see some playing time in right field along with Tyler Goeddel.
Paredes will draw the start in right field and bat fifth in the order Sunday against the Brewers. Since acquiring Paredes on June 1, the Phillies have wasted no time deploying the switch-hitting utility player in their lineup. While Paredes offers the ability to play the infield, his easiest avenue to playing time is in the corner outfield, where the Phillies have struggled to get production all season. He's only gone 2-for-8 and has struck out five times in his previous two starts, but Paredes should have an extended opportunity to showcase his talents. Tyler Goeddel will continue to lose out on at-bats while Paredes sees regular action.