Eric Haase

#13 C / Detroit Tigers / EXP: 0YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 190 lb Age: 27 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Tigers' Eric Haase: Starting Saturday

      Eric Haase is starting at catcher and batting eighth in Saturday's game against Cleveland.Haase was recently called up to replace Grayson Greiner as the Detroit Tigers' backup catcher and will make his second start of the season Saturday. Austin Romine is nursing a wrist contusion after being hit by a pitch Friday, so Haase could pick up a little playing time in the short term, though Romine's injury does not appear to be serious and he is reportedly available off the bench Saturday.

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      Tigers' Eric Haase: Called up for stretch run

      Eric Haase was recalled by the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday.Haase will take the backup catcher spot that had belonged to Grayson Greiner, who was optioned in a corresponding move. With a small role and a career -19 wRC+ (in a tiny sample of 34 plate appearances), he's unlikely to have much fantasy appeal.

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      Tigers' Eric Haase: Out of mix for backup catcher job

      The Detroit Tigers optioned Eric Haase to their alternative training site Monday.The transaction officially ends Haase's bid for a spot on the active 30-man Opening Day roster, and the backstop could be at risk of losing his spot on the 40-man roster as well if the Tigers add other players before the start of the season. Detroit appears set to proceed with Austin Romine and Grayson Greiner as its top two catchers.

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      Tigers' Eric Haase: Roster spot could be vulnerable

      Eric Haase could potentially lose his spot on the 40-man roster as the Detroit Tigers add players before the start of the season, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.Haase was thought to have the inside track on being the backup catcher during spring training, but Woodbery notes that Grayson Greiner will fill that role. That could put Haase's 40-man spot in jeopardy as the Tigers might need spots for the likes of Jordy Mercer, Jorge Bonifacio and a handful of pitchers. If Haase does get squeezed out of a regular roster spot, he could still end up on the team's three-player taxi squad for road trips as MLB rules stipulate that at least one taxi squad player is a catcher.

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      Tigers' Eric Haase: Part of deep catcher group

      Eric Haase is one of six catchers in the Detroit Tigers' 60-man player pool this season.Haase seemed to have a leg up on Grayson Greiner for the backup job before play was suspended, with Austin Romine set as the starter. Those three have been joined in camp by Jake Rogers, Brady Policelli and 2020 draftee Dillon Dingler. The latter group figures to work in more of a developmental fashion, though Rogers has appeared in the majors and could push both Haase and Greiner for playing time.

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      Tigers' Eric Haase: Could be one of three catchers

      Eric Haase and fellow catcher Grayson Greiner could both make the team behind starter Austin Romine when the regular season is able to begin, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.Haase seems to have the leg up on Greiner for the backup catcher role, but with a compacted schedule on the horizon and rosters likely being expanded to include as many as 30 players, many teams may opt to carry three catchers. It remains to be seen how playing time will shake out once the regular season is able to begin, but Haase won't have a ton of fantasy value unless he's starting more often than not.

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      Tigers' Eric Haase: Goes deep Thursday

      Eric Haase hit a two-run home run in his only at-bat during Thursday's Grapefruit League contest against the Rays.Haase is competing for a reserve role with the Detroit Tigers, though he's likely behind both Austin Romine and Grayson Greiner at catcher, making it likely that he starts the season at Triple-A Toledo. The 27-year-old has played just 19 games at the MLB level, though he showed some pop in 102 games for Triple-A Columbus last season, hitting 28 home runs.

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      Tigers' Eric Haase: Traded to Tigers

      Eric Haase was traded from Cleveland to Detroit in exchange for cash considerations Wednesday.Trades between division rivals aren't common, but Cleveland likely isn't worried about trading a player who was recently designated for assignment to a team which won 47 games last season. Haase has played just 19 major-league games but showed good power in 102 games for Triple-A Columbus last season, hitting 28 homers with a lopsided .226/.315/.517 slash line.

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      Indians' Eric Haase: Removed from 40-man roster

      Eric Haase was designated for assignment by the Cleveland Indians on Sunday.Haase appeared in 10 games (17 plate appearances) with the Indians in 2019 and went 1-for-16 with a home run, three RBI and eight strikeouts. Cleveland already has a solid major-league catching duo with Roberto Perez and the recently signed Sandy Leon.

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      Indians' Eric Haase: Recalled by Indians

      Eric Haase was recalled from Triple-A Columbus on Sunday, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.Haase made a brief appearance with the Cleveland Indians in May but has otherwise played with Columbus this season. He's struck out at a 35.4 percent clip across 401 plate appearances but has balanced that somewhat by blasting 28 homers. Regardless, he's likely to serve only as depth behind Roberto Perez and Kevin Plawecki to close the season.