Gordon went 2-for-5 with an RBI single and a run in a loss to the Rockies on Sunday. Gordon closed out the first half with yet another solid offensive performance, his fourth multi-hit effort in the last 10 games. The veteran speedster is slashing .283/.301/.346 across 382 plate appearances, numbers that are all below those of his stellar 2017 campaign in Miami. However, Gordon has been timelier with his hits during his first Seattle campaign, as he's just 11 RBI short of the 33 he compiled last season in 312 additional plate appearances.
Gordon (back) went 2-for-4 with a double and a run scored Sunday in the Mariners' 6-4 win over the Rockies. Gordon was back in the leadoff spot one day after the back injury confined him to the bench. Given that Gordon played the field all nine innings and turned in a quality showing at the plate, fantasy owners should have no reservations about keeping him active in the final week before the All-Star break.
Gordon (back) will bat leadoff and start at second base in Sunday's series finale against the Rockies. Gordon left Friday's game due to a back injury and was held out Saturday as a precaution, but will return to his regular role for the series finale. The infielder opened the month of July on a five-game hitting streak, but owns just a .560 OPS since June 1.
Gordon (back) is not starting Saturday against the Rockies, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Gordon left Friday's game with a back injury and will spend at least one game out of the lineup. Andrew Romine gets the start at second base in his absence.
Gordon left Friday's game against the Rockies with an apparent back injury, David Gottlieb of MLB.com reports. Gordon was removed from the tilt after getting gunned down on a play at the plate. He was spotted grabbing his back on his way off the field, per Gottlieb. If Gordon is unable to go Saturday, Andrew Romine figures to man second base.
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