Castro (personal) will start at second base and bat second against the Mets on Friday, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports. Castro is back in the starting lineup after missing the past three contests while awaiting the birth of his child. Across 151 games this year, he's slashed .278/.329/.400 with 12 home runs, 54 RBI and six stolen bases.
Castro (personal) is out of the lineup against Washington on Wednesday, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports. Castro will miss a third straight contest while away from the team awaiting the birth of his child. In his place, Christopher Bostick will draw a start at second base and bat sixth.
Castro (personal) is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Nationals, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports. Castro will stick on the bench for a second straight game as he remains away from the team awaiting the birth of his child. It's unclear when -- or if -- the second baseman will return this season. Miguel Rojas is starting at the keystone Tuesday and should continue to do so while Castro is unavailable.
Castro left the team to be with his wife for the birth of his child, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports. It's unclear whether Castro will return sometime this week, given he'd have to rejoin the team in either Washington or New York. With the Marlins clearly out of the race for the postseason, he may elect to remain home for the final week of the regular season.
Castro is not in the lineup Monday against the Nationals, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports. Castro will hit the bench for Monday's series finale after starting the last four games, going 3-for-16 over that stretch. Miguel Rojas gets the start at second base in this one, hitting second.