Hernandez is not in the lineup Sunday against the Angels. Hernandez had a solid outing Saturday as he went 2-for-4 and hit his seventh double of the season. However, he'll sit out Sunday with Tony Kemp set to play left field when the Astros face Jhoulys Chacin.
Hernandez went 1-for-3 with his fourth homer in Wednesday's win over Texas. The rookie's seeing only sporadic playing time, so even though he's shown decent pop, his fantasy appeal is mostly limited to keeper formats.
Hernandez is out of the lineup Sunday against the Rangers, Angel Verdejo of the Houston Chronicle reports. Hernandez's big-league career got off to a nice start following his mid-August promotion, but he looks bound to lose out on regular action since Colby Rasmus' Aug. 30 return from the DL. He'll find himself out of the lineup for the fourth time in seven games.
Hernandez is out of the lineup Sunday against the Rays. Hernandez started the first two games of the series in left field, but he'll sit for Sunday's finale. The move will allow Marwin Gonzalez to move to left, paving the way for A.J. Reed to get the start at first base.
Hernandez went 1-for-3 with a two-run homer in Monday's victory over the Pirates. The 23-year-old has acclimated himself well to the Major Leagues, collecting three home runs and six RBI in his first nine starts. The rookie has been playing every day in Houston, and has given the Astros no reason to sit him. Although he has yet to steal a base with the big club, he had 34 across two minor league levels this season.