Heyward is not in the lineup against Arizona on Wednesday. Heyward will take a seat after going 1-for-2 with a double and one run scored during his return to the lineup Tuesday. That marked his first taste of game action since Aug. 30, so don't be surprised to see manager Joe Maddon give Heyward regular time off as the regular season winds down. Albert Almora will patrol center field and bat atop Chicago's order.
Heyward (hamstring) is starting in right field and hitting seventh Tuesday against the Diamondbacks. As expected, Heyward has been cleared to rejoin the starting nine for the first time since returning from the disabled list over the weekend. The outfielder, who last played Aug. 30, is slashing .275/.342/.399 with seven homers through 115 games this season.
Heyward (hamstring) is likely to start Tuesday against the Diamondbacks, Carrie Muskat of MLB.com reports. Heyward was activated from the disabled list Sunday but didn't get into the game, and he was also held out of Monday's starting lineup with tough lefty Patrick Corbin taking the hill for the Diamondbacks. However, Cubs manager Joe Maddon said the left-hand hitting outfielder will likely slot in there against Arizona righty Matt Andriese Tuesday. Heyward, who last played on Aug. 30, is slashing .275/.342/.399 this season.
Heyward is not in the lineup Monday against Arizona. Heyward returned from a hamstring injury Sunday but did not appear in the game. With a lefty (Patrick Corbin) on the mound Monday, he'll take a seat again. Kris Bryant, Albert Almora and Ben Zobrist will be the Cubs' outfielders.
Heyward (hamstring) was activated off the disabled list Sunday, Sahadev Sharma of The Athletic reports. Despite the activation, Heyward isn't in the starting lineup for Sunday's series finale. He is available off the bench, though, and he figures to get a decent amount of playing time down the stretch thanks to his defensive prowess in the outfield. Ian Happ, Albert Almora and Ben Zobrist will make up the Chicago outfield Sunday.