Jorge Mateo

#3 LF / San Diego Padres / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 192 lb Age: 25 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Padres' Jorge Mateo: Notches steal

      Jorge Mateo went 0-for-1 with a stolen base as a pinch hitter in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Mets.Mateo reached on a fielder's choice and stole second in the eighth inning. The 25-year-old hasn't seen much more than utility usage yet. He's slashing .205/.247/.288 with a home run, five RBI, seven runs scored and three stolen bases across 78 plate appearances.

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      Padres' Jorge Mateo: Returns to action

      Jorge Mateo (COVID-19) was activated from the injured list prior to Monday's game against the Rockies.Mateo was forced to the injured list after being listed as a close contact, but he'll be available Monday after a brief absence. He's 2-for-5 with a double and an RBI through five games in May.

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      Padres' Jorge Mateo: Nearing return

      Jorge Mateo (COVID-19) could be activated ahead of Monday's game against the Rockies, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.Both Mateo and Jurickson Profar (COVID-19) were spotted playing catch on the field prior to Monday's matchup, and manager Jayce Tingler stated that he's hopeful both players will return from the injured list in time for the series opener. The team has yet to make an official announcement on Mateo's status.

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      Padres' Jorge Mateo: Deemed close contact

      Jorge Mateo (COVID-19) was a close contact of Fernando Tatis, who tested positive for the virus Tuesday, Kyle Glaser of Baseball America reports.Unless he tested positive himself, Mateo figures to return in a few days if he can produce negative tests.

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      Padres' Jorge Mateo: Lands on Covid-19 injured list

      Jorge Mateo was placed on the injured list Tuesday due to health and safety protocols.The extent of his stay on the IL will depend on COVID-19 test results. Mateo has been a top pinch-hitting option for the San Diego Padres this season, having recorded just one plate appearance in 13 of his 22 games thus far.

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      Padres' Jorge Mateo: Swats first big-league homer

      Jorge Mateo went 2-for-5 with a two-run home run in Wednesday's win over Arizona.Mateo connected on a 405-foot shot to left field off Kevin Ginkel in the ninth inning for his first home run as a major leaguer. The long ball came in his 57th career big-league at-bat. Mateo is off to a slow start overall this season, slashing .226/.314/.387.

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      Padres' Jorge Mateo: Swipes bag in loss

      Jorge Mateo stole a base as a pinch runner in Saturday's loss to the Dodgers.Mateo took over on the basepaths for Luis Campusano in the ninth inning after the latter drew a walk. Mateo stole second to get into scoring position, but the San Diego Padres' subsequent hitters couldn't bring him home. The steal was Mateo's first this season. He is slashing .227/.346/.318 through 26 plate appearances.

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      Padres' Jorge Mateo: Seeing work in outfield

      Jorge Mateo has gone 4-for-13 to start the season while earning starts in both left and center field.Mateo has been a beneficiary of Trent Grisham's (hamstring) absence, as he's gotten plenty of work as the San Diego Padres' fourth outfielder to begin the season. He's done well with the opportunity, clubbing two extra-base hits. However, Grisham is expected to be activated from the injured list Friday, which is sure to diminish Mateo's role.

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      Padres' Jorge Mateo: Nabs roster spot

      The San Diego Padres informed Jorge Mateo on Monday that he will be included on the Opening Day roster, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports.Mateo went just 4-for-28 at the dish during his debut season in the majors in 2020, but he earned his way onto the Opening Day roster after coming through with a .316/.414/.456 slash line and three steals (albeit in six attempts) over 57 at-bats this spring. The 25-year-old's speed and defensive versatility should make him a valuable late-inning bench piece, but he's unlikely to get a look as an everyday player in 2021.

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      Padres' Jorge Mateo: Making push for roster spot

      Jorge Mateo is slashing .393/.500/.571 this spring with four extra-base hits, six RBI and two stolen bases as he vies for one of the San Diego Padres' final Opening Day roster spots.Mateo has been mentioned as a candidate to back up Trent Grisham in center field, and that need has become more pressing with Grisham currently out with a Grade 1 hamstring strain. The injury is thought to be minor, but it highlights the desirability of a player with positional flexibility. Mateo logged time at every outfield position and at second base with the Padres last season, and he's also played shortstop in the minors. Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune points out Mateo's considerable speed and lack of minor-league options as additional factors that could help him garner a roster spot. The 25-year-old struggled with a .154/.185/.269 slash line in his first stint as a major-leaguer last season, but it's possible that some of his troubles were linked to a bout with COVID-19 that resulted in Mateo missing most of summer camp. He appears healthy heading into the 2021 campaign.

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