Joe Panik

3B / Miami Marlins / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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    Joe Panik: Calls it quits

    Joe Panik retired from professional baseball prior to the 2022 season, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports.Panik split the 2021 season between Miami and Toronto, but he spent the majority of his career with San Francisco. He maintained a .264/.328/.372 line across 3,099 career plate appearances and made the National League All-Star team in 2015.

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    Marlins' Joe Panik: DFA'd by Miami

    Joe Panik was designated for assignment by the Miami Marlins on Friday.Panik didn't travel with the team back to Miami since his wife is due to give birth, and the Marlins opted to remove him from the 40-man roster rather than move him to the paternity list. The veteran infielder struggled in 95 games between Toronto and Miami this season with a .208/.266/.284 slash line, all of which are career lows.

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    Marlins' Joe Panik: Done for season

    Joe Panik will not travel back to Miami for the team's final series of the season, Christina De Nicola of reportsPanik's wife is due to give birth, so he will stay in New York to be with her and the rest of his family. He has not yet been formally placed on the paternity list, though that move will presumably come within the next couple of days. Panik concludes the season with a .208/.266/.284 line with three home runs, 17 runs scored and 18 RBI across 257 plate appearances.

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    Marlins' Joe Panik: Returns to roster

    Joe Panik was reinstated from the COVID-19 injured list as expected Wednesday.Panik should fill a utility role for the Miami Marlins down the stretch. He's hit just .216/.282/.300 in 210 trips to the plate this year.

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    Marlins' Joe Panik: Expected to return Wednesday

    Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly said Joe Panik will likely be reinstated from the COVID-19 injured list Wednesday, when Miami's roster expands from 26 to 28 men, Christina De Nicola of reports.Since Panik is on the COVID-19 IL, the Marlins may need to remove a player from the 40-man roster to facilitate a spot for the veteran utility man, even though nobody will have to be optioned off the active roster. Panik was placed on the COVID-19 IL on Aug. 13, but despite having not completed a minor-league rehab assignment, the 30-year-old looks to be healthy at this point.

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    Marlins' Joe Panik: Lands on injured list

    Joe Panik was placed on the injured list for an unspecified reason Friday, Christina De Nicola of reports.Panik had been out of the lineup in four of the last six games and went 3-for-11 with a double, three runs and two walks during that time. Since the Miami Marlins didn't give a reason for the 30-year-old's placement on the injured list, it suggests that he's likely on the COVID-19 IL. It's not clear whether he's tested positive for the virus, but he'll be eligible to return once he passes through the league's health and safety protocols.

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    Marlins' Joe Panik: Benched in fifth straight

    Joe Panik remains out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Yankees, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.Panik's playing time looked to be on the upswing in the middle of July, but even with the Miami Marlins moving a few other veterans ahead of Friday's trade deadline, the 30-year-old hasn't been able to capture an everyday role. He'll be on the bench for a fifth straight game.

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    Marlins' Joe Panik: Draws third straight start

    Joe Panik will start at third base and bat sixth Sunday against the Phillies.Panik has gone 0-for-8 while starting at third base in both of Miami's last two games, but he'll continue to stick in the lineup in spite of his struggles. Jon Berti has worked as Miami's top third baseman in recent weeks while Brian Anderson (shoulder) has been on the shelf, but Berti's ability to play multiple infield and outfield spots has allowed both him and Panik to hold down semi-regular jobs in the starting nine.

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    Marlins' Joe Panik: Steals base in loss

    Joe Panik went 0-for-3 with a walk and a stolen base in Sunday's 8-7 extra-inning loss to Atlanta.The second baseman's first steal since 2019 came in the fifth inning after he drew a walk. Panik was lifted from the game in the ninth inning with Jazz Chisholm (ankle) entering as a defensive replacement. Through 134 plate appearances, Panik has a .244/.299/.366 slash line, three home runs, 13 RBI and 11 runs scored in 45 games between the Blue Jays and the Miami Marlins. He'll likely return to a utility role when Chisholm is ready to return to the starting nine.

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    Marlins' Joe Panik: Goes yard in Miami debut

    Joe Panik went 2-for-4 with a walk, a home run, two runs scored and two RBI in Wednesday's 11-6 win over the Phillies.Making his Miami Marlins debut after being acquired from the Blue Jays, Panik got the start at third base and made a quick impact by taking Aaron Nola deep for a solo shot in the second inning. The veteran infielder figures to give his new club a second utility option alongside Jon Berti, but most of Panik's work should come at the hot corner until Brian Anderson (shoulder) gets healthy.

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