Morales is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Cubs, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports. With no DH available at Wrigley Field, Morales will remain on the bench for a third straight game. He should return to the starting lineup when the Blue Jays return to American League action against the Rays on Tuesday.
Morales is not in the lineup against the Cubs on Saturday. Without the DH available at Wrigley Field, Morales will continue to sit on the bench for the second contest of a three-game set. He will likely remain out of the starting nine for the series finale Sunday.
Morales is not in the lineup Friday against the Cubs. The designated hitter will likely not start any game at Wrigley Field this weekend. Morales also was one of the Blue Jays recently bitten by the flu bug, which has hindered his ability to contribute much in recent days.
Morales (illness) will serve as the Blue Jays' designated hitter and bat cleanup Sunday against the Pirates, Mike Wilner of Sportsnet 590 The Fan reports. Morales had been out of the lineup for the previous four games with flu-like symptoms, but since the veteran was able to make an appearance off the bench Saturday as a pinch hitter, the team had fully expected him to reclaim a starting role in the series finale. The return of Morales will result in Josh Donaldson moving back to third base after a day of DH duty.
Morales (illness) is not in the starting lineup Saturday against the Pirates. Morales will take a seat for the fourth straight game as he recovers from flu-like symptoms, though Mike Wilner of Sportsnet 590 The Fan reports that the veteran slugger is feeling better after a couple days of rest. Josh Donaldson will take over as the designated hitter in his absence, allowing Darwin Barney to start at third base.
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