Marte, who went 2-for-3 with a pair of walks Friday, will start in center field and bat second Saturday. For the first time in his career, the outfielder has walked two times in consecutive games. He's also drawn seven walks in six games, matching his total in his previous 70 games and 290 plate appearances. Marte needs one homer to set a new career high of 20.
Marte (calf) is starting in center field and hitting second Tuesday against the Cubs, Adam Berry of MLB.com reports. Marte has been cleared to rejoin the starting nine after missing Monday's series opener with a calf injury that he picked up over the weekend. The outfielder, who is hitting .253/.291/.413 with two homers, three stolen bases and 10 RBI through 19 games this month, will face lefty Mike Montgomery in his return to action.
Marte (calf) is not in the lineup Monday against the Cubs, Rob Biertempfel of The Athletic reports. Marte will sit for Monday's series opener after exiting Sunday's game against the Brewers with left calf tightness. The severity of the issue remains unknown at this point, leaving his status for the final week of the season murky. In his absence, Jordan Luplow is covering center field, with Pablo Reyes picking up a start in right field.
Marte left Sunday's game against the Brewers with left calf tightness. The injury occurred while Marte was running down to first base in the fourth inning. The severity of the issue is not yet clear.
Marte is 9-for-20 with a double and a stolen base against Sunday starter Wade Miley. Marte went 1-for-2 with a two-run double in Saturday's win over Milwaukee. He also walked for just the second time in 77 September plate appearances. The center fielder has eight hits in his last 20 at-bats but is still sitting on 19 home runs (matching his career high).