Rays' Brandon Snyder: Called up to majors
Snyder was called up Tuesday to replace the injured Matt Duffy (hamstring), Bill Chastain of MLB.com reports.
Duffy will be out at least 10 days with a hamstring strain, though early indications are that his recovery time will be short, so Snyder may not be up for long. The 31-year-old has played all four corner positions in his major-league career, but he's appeared in the big leagues in just one of the last four seasons. He has a bit of pop (.459 career slugging percentage) but his .279 career on-base percentage makes him a pretty classic Quad-A player. Don't expect much in his limited time with the Rays.
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