Robbie Grossman

CF / Cleveland Indians / EXP: YRS / MINORS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Indians' Robbie Grossman: Will start season at Triple-A

      Grossman will open the season at Triple-A Columbus, Paul Hoynes of reports. The young outfielder was recently informed that he would not be on the Indians' Opening Day roster, but he decided to not exercise his opt-out clause and will remain within the Tribe's organization. He'll provide organizational depth in the outfield that is sorely needed in Cleveland given the injuries to Michael Brantley and Lonnie Chisenhall. If the Indians' expected outfielders get off to a bad start this spring, Grossman could be an option for a call-up. That said, his performance at the big league level (.240/.327/.341) makes him a relatively weak fantasy option.

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      Indians' Robbie Grossman: Will not make Opening Day roster

      Grossman was informed that he will not make the Opening Day roster. Grossman had a decent spring, but there simply wasn't a spot for him in a crowded Cleveland outfield. He has the option to opt-out of his minor league contract Tuesday, so his fate with the Indians organization will become clearer once that decision is made.

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      Indians' Robbie Grossman: Signs minor league deal with Indians

      Grossman signed a minor league deal with the Indians on Friday, Jordan Bastian of reports. The deal includes a spring training invite. Grossman had spent the last three years in the Astros organization before being released in November. The 26-year-old appeared in 24 major league contests last season, spending most of the year at Triple-A, where he hit .249 with 37 RBI and 14 steals. Grossman will attempt to make the Indians' roster out of camp, but he could start the season in Triple-A.

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      Robbie Grossman: Released by the Astros

      Grossman was released by the Astros on Thursday. Grossman made appearances with the Astros in each of the last three seasons, but the 26-year-old failed to make much of an impact with the big league club. He's now free to join another team during the offseason and it seems likely he will receive a non-guaranteed minor league contract from another club.

    • by Igor Mello |

      Astros activate Springer, Oberholtzer; option Chapman, Grossman

      The Astros announced several roster moves following Tuesday's loss to San Francisco. The club optioned reliever Kevin Chapman and outfielder Robbie Grossman down to Triple-A. Starter Brett Oberholtzer and outfielder George Springer was activated from the disabled list. Springer's transaction won't become official until Wednesday, per the team's official website.

    • by Jason Butt |

      Astros DH Evan Gattis not in Sunday's lineup

      Astros designated hitter Evan Gattis is not in Sunday's starting lineup against the Angels. For Gattis, it's most likely a day off. Against the Angels on Saturday, Gattis went 0 for 3 at the plate. He holds just a .185 batting average so far this season. Preston Tucker will serve as Houston's DH against the Angels. Robbie Grossman will play in left field and bat ninth. After taking Saturday off, catcher Jason Castro returns to the lineup and will bat sixth. Castro has recorded a hit in eight of his last 10 games.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Astros RF George Springer (head) not in lineup Wednesday

      As expected, Astros right fielder George Springer was not in the starting lineup for Wednesday's game against the Rangers. Springer was removed from Tuesday's contest after crashing into the right-field wall making a catch. He has been evaluated for a concussion, but no official diagonsis has been announced as of yet. Robbie Grossman started in right field for manager A.J. Hinch on Wednesday.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Astros OF Colby Rasmus out of lineup with lefty on the mound

      With left-hander Ross Detwiler on the mound for the Rangers, Astros outfielder Colby Rasmus was held out of the starting lineup by manager A.J. Hinch on Monday, the team announced. Rasmus has struggled against lefties, hitting just .211 in 19 at-bats against southpaws this season. Overall, however, Rasmus has been hitting well. In his last 10 games, he his batting .270 with three home runs and seven RBI. Robbie Grossman received the start in left field on Monday.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Jake Marisnick out of Astros' lineup on Sunday

      Astros center fielder Jake Marisnick is out of the team's starting lineup on Sunday. Colby Rasmus moves over from left field to play center, and Robbie Grossman fills in at left field, batting ninth.

    • by Igor Mello |

      Astros tweak lineup vs. LHP Derek Holland

      Astros manager A.J. Hinch chose to roll with Jonathan Villar at third base and Robbie Grossman in left field Friday night against left-hander Derek Holland and the Rangers, per Luis Valbuena and Colby Rasmus received a day off against the southpaw. Hinch also flip-flopped struggling DH Evan Gattis and Chris Carter in the batting order. Gattis has started his stint with the Astros 0 for 11 with eighth strikeouts. He will hit fifth, while Carter will move to the cleanup spot.