Goodrum went 2-for-3 with a walk, a triple and three RBI in Saturday's 6-5 loss to the Brewers. Goodrum drove in the first three runs of the game, with his second-inning triple plating two to put the Tigers up 3-0. It's been a solid season for the 26-year-old utility player, as he now has 53 RBI to go along with 16 home runs and 12 stolen bases. Goodrum isn't an elite offensive player, but his decent combination of power and speed makes him a somewhat useful fantasy option heading into 2019.
Goodrum went 3-for-4 with a double, two RBI and a run scored in a victory over the Royals on Saturday. Goodrum rattled off a trio of knocks in his first game action since Sept. 12, looking like he's over the quadriceps injury that kept him sidelined. The formerly anonymous 26-year-old infielder has broken through as a valuable piece for Detroit and many fantasy clubs in 2018, enhancing a mediocre .241/.314/.436 slash line with 16 homers and 12 stolen bases across 462 plate appearances.
Goodrum (quadriceps) will bat fifth and play second base Saturday against the Royals, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. Goodrum looked healthy prior to the game when participating in agility and sprint drills, and he'll take the field for the first time since Sept. 12 against Houston. The 26-year-old has gone 1-for-9 with a double and two strikeouts in his career against Saturday's starting pitcher, Jakob Junis.
Goodrum (quadriceps) felt good during agility and sprint work prior to Saturday's game against the Royals, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. Goodrum has been on the bench since Sept. 12 due to a quadriceps bruise, but he's closing in on a return to action. He's optimistic he can return to the lineup either Saturday or Sunday following a successful workout with the trainer and strength coach.
Goodrum (quadriceps) is hoping to return Saturday against the Royals, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. Goodrum has missed six consecutive games while nursing a deep quadriceps bruise that he suffered during a collision with teammate Christin Stewart. The utility man resumed running earlier in the week and was able to take batting practice Thursday. Assuming Goodrum checks out OK in the coming days, it sounds like he'll be cleared to return for the final week-plus of the season.