LaMarre is out of the lineup Sunday against the Indians, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. LaMarre will head to the bench for the second straight day as the Twins make room in center field for Max Kepler. Though he has been seeing regular action in the outfield since Byron Buxton (toe) returned to the disabled list in late May, LaMarre has done little to capitalize on the opportunity. LaMarre carries a .574 OPS across 94 plate appearances on the season and has received poor marks for his defense by most metrics. It looks like LaMarre's window for playing time may have drawn to a close, and he could be in danger of losing his spot on the active roster once Buxton returns.
LaMarre is not in the lineup Saturday against the Indians. LaMarre has started 15 of the Twins' last 17 games in center field with Byron Buxton out with a broken toe, though he's hitting just .196/.222/.275 over that stretch. Max Kepler will slide over to center Saturday with Robbie Grossman starting in right field.
LaMarre is out of the lineup against the Tigers on Thursday, Phil Miller of the Star Tribune reports. LaMarre will head to the bench after going 0-for-3 during Wednesday's contest, dropping his OPS to just .601 in 35 games this season. Jake Cave will get a start in center field and bat seventh.
LaMarre is out of the lineup Sunday against the Angels. LaMarre will hit the bench for the first time in 13 games after taking over as the Twins' everyday center fielder following Byron Buxton's (toe) move back to the disabled list. Despite the bump in playing time, LaMarre hasn't made many ripples on the fantasy landscape, as he has gone just 9-for-42 with no home runs and one steal over his past 12 starts. Jake Cave gets the nod in center field Sunday.
LaMarre was recalled by the Twins on Tuesday. LaMarre began the year on the Twins' roster but occupies a very fringe role for the team, having already been optioned to Triple-A Rochester twice. He'll fill a bench outfielder role again this time with the big club. In a corresponding move, Phil Hughes was designated for assignment.