Beckham was recalled by the Mariners on Tuesday. Beckham hit just .222/.282/.250 in a 14-game stint with the Mariners earlier in the season and hasn't posted a wRC+ above 75 since way back in 2013. He'll be little more than bench depth for Seattle and is unlikely to have much fantasy value even if given unexpected playing time.
The Mariners optioned Beckham to Triple-A Tacoma on Sunday. Beckham appeared in one game during his brief stint with the Mariners, recording a base hit in a pinch-hit appearance Friday against the Dodgers. He'll likely rejoin the big club when rosters expand in September unless an injury forces a need for another utility infielder before then.
Beckham had his contract selected by the Mariners on Friday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. The 31-year-old was designated for assignment at the end of July but returns to the 40-man roster with Jean Segura heading to the paternity list. Beckham bolsters the Mariners infield depth but is likely in for a short stay in the majors if everyone remains healthy.
Beckham was sent to Triple-A Tacoma on Thursday. After being designated for assignment Monday, Beckham cleared waivers and he'll head back to Triple-A. Through 70 games for the Rainiers in 2018, he's slashing .305/.406/.469 with eight homers and 38 RBI.
Beckham was designated for assignment by the Mariners on Monday, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. Beckham was removed from the 40-man roster to make room for Monday's acquisitions, Adam Warren and Zach Duke. Beckham had put together an uninspiring .200/.263/.229 slash line with one extra-base hit and one RBI in the big leagues prior to being demoted to Triple-A Tacoma on July 13.