Frazier (knee), who didn't start Tuesday, pinch-hit and remained in the game to play left field. The 26-year-old continues to shuffle back between second base and the outfield, due to right fielder Gregory Polanco's shoulder injury. Frazier will likely continue to play multiple positions in 2019, though general manager Neal Huntington recently said he's comfortable with him starting primarily at second base. He's slashing .322/.375/.541 in 160 plate appearances since returning from a minor league demotion in July.
Frazier (knee) is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Royals. Frazier exited Monday's series opener after fouling a ball off his knee, and the issue is apparently bothersome enough to keep him on the bench Tuesday. Josh Harrison is starting at the keystone and hitting seventh in his place.
Frazier was pulled from Monday's game against the Royals due to right knee discomfort, Adam Berry of MLB.com reports. Frazier fouled a ball off his knee during the series opener, but managed to remain in the game and hit a double later in the at-bat. He would exit the game following his extra-base hit. Frazier will be considered day-to-day moving forward.
Frazier is not in the lineup versus Milwaukee on Friday. Frazier will receive a little breather following three straight starts as Pablo Reyes gets the nod in left field versus lefty Gio Gonzalez. Look for Frazier to return to the starting nine Saturday with right-hander Zach Davies set to pitch for the Brewers.
Frazier collected two hits for the second straight game Monday, going 2-for-5 with an RBI single. He made his first start in right field since early August, allowing Josh Harrison (hamstring) to play second base for the first time in September. Frazier is the early favorite to start at second base in 2019, but he will likely remain in right field the rest of this season with Gregory Polanco (knee) ruled out for the remainder of the campaign. Since his recall July 25, Frazier is slashing .350/.400/.593 with 15 doubles, five homers and 21 RBI in 135 plate appearances.
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