Haniger went 2-for-3 with a double, two walks and a run in a loss to the Padres on Tuesday. Haniger turned in a trademark leadoff effort in the win, posting his second straight multi-hit tally in the process. The outfielder is 5-for-13 with two doubles, two home runs, three RBI, two walks and four runs in the last three games, as he progressively begins to churn out the numbers he's made the norm over the last two seasons.
Haniger went 2-for-5 with a two-run homer and two runs scored Sunday against the Angels. Haniger got on base with two extra-base hits, a double and his seventh home run of the season. He's been a major beneficiary of batting towards the top of the Mariners' lineup, scoring 25 runs in as many games. He'll look to keep up his strong performance as the Mariners begin a series against the Padres on Tuesday.
Haniger went 1-for-5 with a solo home run in a win over the Angels on Saturday. Haniger gave a hint of the long-ball barrage to come with his leadoff blast off Trevor Cahill. The solo homer was Haniger's first home run in the last six games. While he's putting plenty of good wood on the ball when he does connect -- as evidenced by his 16 extra-base hits (nine doubles, one triple, six home runs) thus far -- Haniger is also having some trouble making consistent contact overall. Factoring in his second two-strikeout day in the last three games Saturday, the 28-year-old's whiff rate stands at a career-high 27.5 percent through his first 109 plate appearances.
Haniger (illness) went 1-for-5 with a walk, a stolen base and two runs in a win over the Angels on Thursday. Haniger was solid in his return from a one-game absence, and he ultimately came home with what would turn out to be the winning run on Jay Bruce's ninth-inning single. The 28-year-old outfielder has hit safely in seven of his last eight games, a stretch during which he's also produced four doubles, a triple and three of his five home runs on the season.
Haniger (illness) is starting in right field and hitting second Thursday against the Angels, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. As expected, Haniger is good to go for Thursday's series opener after missing Wednesday's game with an illness. The outfielder, who is slashing .281/.333/.618 with six homers through 21 games, will face righty Chris Stratton in his return to action.
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