Iglesias is not in the lineup Sunday against the White Sox. Over the last four games Iglesias has picked up just one hit over 14 at bats (.071). He'll get the day off as the Tigers opt to start Dixon Machado at shortstop against a Chicago club that's starting Dylan Covey on the hill.
Iglesias (personal) is in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Indians, Chris McCosky of the Detroit News reports. Iglesias has missed the past couple days waiting out Hurricane Irma with his family, but returns to the lineup for Wednesday's series finale, playing in short and batting in the nine-spot. Since Aug. 22, Iglesias is hitting .447/.480/.702 with two home runs and 11 RBI in 14 games.
Iglesias (personal) is expected to rejoin the Tigers ahead of Wednesday's game against the Indians, MLive.com reports. While Iglesias was reinstated from the paternity list over the weekend, he stayed back in Florida with his wife and newborn to wait out Hurricane Irma. Now that the storm has passed and his family is safe, Iglesias will catch a flight to Cleveland in time for Wednesday's series finale. Once he returns, Iglesias should return to his post as the Tigers' primary shortstop.
Iglesias is out of the lineup Monday against the Indians. Although he's been back from the paternity list since Saturday, Iglesias has yet to return to the starting lineup. Dixon Machado will draw another start at shortstop Monday evening and hit ninth.
Iglesias is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Blue Jays. Iglesias was reinstated from the paternity list Saturday but was not immediately inserted back into the starting lineup. Despite the fact that he's collected 12 hits in his last six starts, he'll again be withheld from the starting lineup Sunday. Dixon Machado will draw the start in his place, batting ninth.
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