Reddick is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Rays. Reddick will take his usual seat on the bench with a left-hander (Blake Snell) toeing the rubber for the Rays. George Springer will cover right field in his stead, opening up a spot for Jake Marisnick to start in center field.
Reddick will hit the bench Saturday against lefty Danny Duffy and the Royals. Reddick is 8-for-22 over his last five games, but he'll take a seat Saturday, with George Springer sliding over to right field and Jake Marisnick starting in center. Reddick's numbers have taken a step back across the board so far this season, as he's hitting a mediocre .241/.333/.389 through 50 games.
Reddick went 2-for-5 with an RBI in Thursday's 7-3 win over Oakland. It was another banner day for Houston's bats, which battered Oakland's starting pitchers for 27 hits, 19 runs and just two strikeouts in 11.1 innings over the three-game series. Reddick was part of the mix, going 5-for-14 with three runs and a walk in the series. His hot start to the season has faded, as Reddick is hitting just .214 with no home runs and a .265 slugging percentage over his last 31 games, but he's on an upswing, having hit safely in four straight contests (6-for-18).
Reddick isn't in Saturday's lineup against the Rangers. Reddick is 1-for-7 with two runs scored, a walk and two strikeouts since returning from the disabled list with a leg infection. George Springer will take over in right field against a lefty, with Tony Kemp situated in left and Jake Marisnick manning center.
Reddick is not in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Rangers, Levi Weaver of The Athletic Dallas reports. Reddick went 1-for-4 in his return from the disabled list Wednesday, but he'll take a seat for Thursday's series opener as the Astros look to ease him back into action. With Reddick on the bench, the Astros will deploy an outfield consisting of George Springer, Jake Marisnick and Tony Kemp (from right to left) in this one.
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