Daniel Vogelbach

#20 DH / Seattle Mariners / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 250 lb Age: 27 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Mariners' Daniel Vogelbach: Smacks two-run homer

      Daniel Vogelbach went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run and a walk in Wednesday's loss to the Rangers.Vogelbach reached base twice, and the slugger has reached base in seven of his last nine contests -- he is only hitting .138 but owns a .306 on-base percentage with two homers and four RBI in that stretch. Vogelbach is never going to hit for average, but he should retain some value in deep leagues due to his power.

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      Mariners' Daniel Vogelbach: Takes seat Tuesday

      Daniel Vogelbach isn't in the lineup Tuesday against the Rangers.Vogelbach hit a double in Monday's contest, but he's hitting just .103 with 11 strikeouts over 13 games this season. He'll take a seat Tuesday with Tim Lopes starting as the designated hitter.

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      Mariners' Daniel Vogelbach: Goes deep Thursday

      Daniel Vogelbach went 1-for-4 with a solo home run a loss to the Angels on Thursday.The Seattle Mariners had no answer for Angels' starter Dylan Bundy on Thursday, with Vogelbach's fourth-inning blast accounting for Seattle's only run of the contest. The long ball snapped an eight-game stretch without an extra-base hit to begin the season for Vogelbach, who is hitting a meek .125 (3-for-24) through 27 plate appearances.

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      Mariners' Daniel Vogelbach: Hitting cleanup Thursday

      Daniel Vogelbach is hitting cleanup as Seattle's designated hitter Thursday against the Angels.Vogelbach is just 2-for-20 this season, though he has more walks (seven) than strikeouts (six). The 27-year-old is Seattle's top left-handed option at DH following Jose Marmolejos' demotion.

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      Mariners' Daniel Vogelbach: On base twice in loss

      Daniel Vogelbach went 0-for-2 with two walks in a loss to the Athletics on Monday.It says plenty about what type of night it was when a two-walk tally ranks as one of a team's most productive performances, but Vogelbach's two instances on the basepaths made him one of only three Seattle Mariners to reach safely on multiple occasions Monday. The pair of walks also served to at least give Vogelbach and his fantasy managers a bit of a reprieve from the forgettable start to his season, and it followed a Sunday start in which he also plated his first run of the campaign with a single.

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      Mariners' Daniel Vogelbach: First RBI of season

      Daniel Vogelbach went 1-for-4 with an RBI single in a loss to the Athletics on Sunday.Vogelbach's first-inning single plated Dylan Moore to break a scoreless tie and gave the slugger his first RBI of the season. The 27-year-old operated out of the cleanup spot Sunday for the first time in 2020, even as he continues to be in a significant slump. Vogelbach is slashing just .118/.211/.118 across his first 19 plate appearances, with a drop in hard-contact rate from last season's 38.3 percent to 30.8 percent likely having a role to play in his struggles.

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      Mariners' Daniel Vogelbach: Sitting versus southpaw

      Daniel Vogelbach is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Athletics.Vogelbach served as the designated hitter for the first two games of the season and went 0-for-7 with a walk, but he's started only one of the past five games. Tim Lopes will bat second as the designated hitter Friday.

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      Mariners' Daniel Vogelbach: Not in lineup

      Daniel Vogelbach is not in the lineup Wednesday against the Angels, Lauren Smith of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.Vogelbach will stick on the bench for a fourth straight game with left-hander Andrew Heaney toeing the rubber for the opposition. The left-handed slugger has appeared in three games this season and is 0-for-7 with a 1:3 BB:K. Jose Marmolejos is starting at DH in his place.

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      Mariners' Daniel Vogelbach: Remains sidelined

      Daniel Vogelbach is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Angels.It was something of a surprise to see Vogelbach sit for the Seattle Mariners' previous two games with righties on the mound for the opposition, but it's no surprise to see him sit against southpaw Patrick Sandoval in this contest. Tim Lopes will serve as the designated hitter in his absence.

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      Mariners' Daniel Vogelbach: Working with hitting coaches

      Daniel Vogelbach, who's been out of the lineup for the Seattle Mariners' last two games, is working on some technique issues with the team's hitting coaches, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. "Vogey has gotten off to a slow start here and in summer camp," manager Scott Servais said. "The last couple days, he's been working on a few things with [hitting coaches Jarret DeHart and Hugh Quattlebaum], trying to get the feel back. He's picked up a few things on video. He'll be back in there again."The left-handed slugger has been replaced by Jose Marmolejos for each of the last two contests, with Vogelbach's 0-for-7 start over the first two games of the season having a role to play in that decision. Vogelbach had performed well in spring training and Cactus League play (.321 average over 12 exhibitions), but the struggles he displayed in summer camp have carried over to the regular season. He may have another day off Tuesday, considering southpaw Patrick Sandoval is slated to take the mound for the opposing Angels.