McMahon went 1-for-4 with a home run, a walk, four RBI and two runs scored in Wednesday's 10-5 win over Washington. McMahon went deep with a three-run shot in the first inning, his 23rd long ball of the year. He's one homer shy of his career-best 24 from 2019. The infielder has added a .254/.333/.452 slash line with 85 RBI, 79 runs scored and six stolen bases through 583 plate appearances this year. He's hit safely in each of the last five games, going 5-for-20 with a homer and three doubles in that span.
McMahon went 1-for-4 with a three-run double, a steal and a walk in Monday's 5-4 loss to Washington. The Rockies were being shut out through five innings before McMahon cleared the bases with a three-run double in the sixth. He drew a walk in the fourth and swiped his sixth bag of the year. The 26-year-old infielder owns an .802 OPS with 13 RBI this month, raising his season slash line to .254/.333/.448.
McMahon is not starting Friday against the Giants, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports. McMahon drew a rare start against a left-hander last week, but he'll retreat to the bench against southpaw Alex Wood on Friday. Colton Welker will man the hot corner and bat eighth.
McMahon will start at third base and hit sixth in Saturday's game against the Nationals. McMahon draws the start even with a lefty on the mound, typically a spot for Colton Welker to pick up playing time at the hot corner. McMahon has hit well of late, collecting eight hits in his last 27 at-bats while homering twice, driving in four and scoring six runs.
McMahon is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against Atlanta. After four consecutive starts, McMahon will take a seat for the middle game of the series at Truist Park, opening up third base for rookie Colton Welker. Through 13 games in September, McMahon has gone 10-for-39 (.256 average) with two home runs, four doubles, 10 RBI, seven runs and a stolen base.
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