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Aug 20, 2022 0 0 0 0
Aug 19, 2022 2 1 0 1
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Aug 16, 2022 1 0 0 1
Aug 14, 2022 0 0 0 0

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Batting Average
2022 2312.3 38 8 44 37 .267
2021 328.52.2 53 12 65 48 5 .269
2020 1383.6 23 9 36 9 4 .287
3y Avg. 285.52.5 49 14 67 32 3 .269
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Faces live pitching

    Hosmer (back) is scheduled to take live at-bats against Kutter Crawford (shoulder) in a simulated game Tuesday, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports. Though manager Alex Cora hinted earlier this month that Hosmer could face an uphill battle to play again in 2022 while he contends with low-back inflammation, the veteran first baseman has apparently turned a corner in his recovery in recent days. Depending on how he responds to facing live pitching, Hosmer could be activated from the 10-day injured list by the end of the week, according to Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican. Once activated, Hosmer will likely share playing time at first base with top prospect Triston Casas.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Will return this season

    Manager Alex Cora said Sunday that Hosmer (back) will return to action by the end of the season, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. It was reported in early September the 32-year-old wasn't expected to retake the field this year with Boston out of playoff contention, but it appears that is no longer the case. Assuming Hosmer is in fact activated down the stretch, it's unclear how playing time will break down at first base between him and prospect Triston Casas.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Time running out

    Hosmer (back) has yet to resume participating in baseball activities, and Red Sox manager Alex Cora said Saturday that time is running out for the veteran first baseman to return in 2022, MLB.com reports. "He hasn't done much baseball-wise the last few days," Cora said. Hosmer has been on the injured list since Aug. 23, but a final decision hasn't been made about shutting him down. All signs point to his season being over, including Boston's call-up of top prospect Triston Casas.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Unlikely to play again in 2022

    Hosmer (back) hasn't officially been shut down from baseball activities for the remainder of the 2022 campaign, but the Red Sox aren't expected to activate him from the 10-day injured list before the season ends in early October, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Manager Alex Cora most recently updated Hosmer's situation Friday, when the skipper noted that the veteran first baseman suffered lingering pain in his back while swinging the bat recently and is scheduled to receive treatment over the next several days, per MLB.com. Hosmer could restart activities if he responds well to treatment, but the Red Sox's decision to promote top prospect Triston Casas to the majors Sunday seemingly indicates that the 32-year-old won't be rushed back to action. After being acquired from the Padres on Aug. 2, Hosmer batted .225 with three doubles and no home runs in 12 games before going on the injured list three weeks later.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Dealing with lingering pain

    Manager Alex Cora said Thursday that Hosmer has been shut down due to lingering back pain, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports. Hosmer has been on the injured list with low-back inflammation for just over a week, but he had recently resumed swinging. It's not yet clear how long his shutdown will last, but he'll likely need to spend more than the minimum of 10 days on the shelf. A better idea of his return timetable should come into focus once he resumes baseball activities.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Resumes swinging

    Manager Alex Cora said Monday that Hosmer (back) has resumed swinging, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Hosmer has been swinging off a tee and against soft toss, and the Red Sox hope that he'll be able to begin a rehab assignment by the end of this week. If the 32-year-old is cleared to join a minor-league affiliate to close out the week, it seems likely that he'll return from the injured list in early September.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Shelved with back inflammation

    Hosmer was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday with low-back inflammation, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Hosmer's placement on the IL is retroactive to Sunday, so he'll be eligible for activation as soon as Aug. 31. The Red Sox called up Franchy Cordero from Triple-A Worcester in a corresponding move, and he'll likely fill the large side of a platoon at first base with Bobby Dalbec while Hosmer is on the shelf.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Not starting Sunday

    Hosmer (back) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Orioles, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports. Hosmer will get some extra maintenance Sunday after he exited Saturday's 4-3 win with lower-back pain. With Hosmer on the bench, Bobby Dalbec will pick up a start at first base.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Exits Saturday with back pain

    Hosmer exited Saturday's game against the Orioles with lower-back pain, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports. This is the same issue that caused Tommy Pham to exit Friday's game, so the Red Sox are temporarily short-handed. Bobby Dalbec figures to see an uptick in playing time for as long as Hosmer is bothered by this back issue.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Receives day off

    Hosmer is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Pirates. Bobby Dalbec will step in at first base while Hosmer gets a breather in the series finale. Since arriving in Boston in an Aug. 2 trade with the Padres, Hosmer has gone 7-for-34 (.206 average) with three doubles, four walks, five runs and three RBI in his first 10 games with the Red Sox.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Notches key hit in return

    Hosmer went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI in Thursday's 4-3 win over the Orioles. Hosmer, who had missed the last two games due to a back injury, provided the key hit in the bottom of the sixth inning. His double brought home J.D. Martinez from first base for the winning run. Hosmer finds himself in a potentially good spot with the Red Sox. Boston's production at first base this season has been dismal, so he has a path to consistent playing time. Additionally, he's a career .356 hitter at Fenway Park.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Returning to action Thursday

    Hosmer (knee) is starting at first base and batting sixth Thursday against the Orioles, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Hosmer sat out Wednesday after suffering the knee bruise during Tuesday's contest, but he'll rejoin the lineup after missing only one game. The 32-year-old is 2-for-12 with two doubles, an RBI and three runs through his first four games with the Red Sox.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Riding pine Wednesday

    Hosmer (knee) isn't starting Wednesday's game against Atlanta, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Hosmer exited Tuesday's game against Atlanta due to a bruised left knee, and he wasn't expected to be in Wednesday's lineup. Bobby Dalbec will start at first base and bat eighth.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Suffers knee bruise

    Hosmer was removed from Tuesday's game against Atlanta with a bruised left knee, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. Hosmer fouled a pitch off himself during the fourth inning and initially stayed in to finish the plate appearance, though he was replaced in the field for the following frame. According to Alex Speier of The Boston Globe, manager Alex Cora said the veteran first baseman is "very sore" and isn't expected to play Wednesday.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: On bench Wednesday

    Hosmer (neck) isn't starting Wednesday against the Astros, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Hosmer was traded from the Padres to the Red Sox on Tuesday and is expected to see plenty of playing time once he's healthy, but he won't make his team debut Wednesday. He remains day-to-day with a neck strain for now, and Bobby Dalbec will start at first base and bat seventh Wednesday.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Will play a lot

    Boston manager Alex Cora said Hosmer (neck) will "play a lot" once he's ready to join the team's active roster, Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com reports. Hosmer represents an offensive upgrade from what the Red Sox were getting from the Franchy Cordero/Bobby Dalbec platoon. The first domino fell Tuesday, when the Red Sox optioned Cordero to the minors.
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  • Red Sox's Eric Hosmer: Packaged to Boston

    The Red Sox acquired Hosmer (neck) from the Padres on Tuesday, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports. Boston will also receive prospects Max Ferguson and Corey Rosier along with cash in the deal while sending left-hander Jay Groome to San Diego, according to Robert Murray of FanSided.com. Hosmer was initially included in the agreed-upon deal earlier Tuesday that sent Juan Soto and Josh Bell from the Nationals to the Padres, but Hosmer exercised his no-trade clause to block a move to Washington. San Diego opted to explore alternative trade options for Hosmer and found a willing partner in Boston. According to Jeff Passan of ESPN.com, the Padres will cover most of the $44 million remaining on the final three-plus seasons on Hosmer's contract, so Boston won't be receiving any significant prospect capital as a sweetener in the deal. Though Hosmer's .727 OPS over 369 plate appearances this season has rendered him a low-end starting first baseman from a production standpoint, he brings quality defense to the position and should be at least a slight offensive upgrade for the Red Sox over the platoon of Franchy Cordero and Bobby Dalbec. Hosmer is currently tending to a strained neck, but the injury isn't believed to be a major concern.
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  • Padres' Eric Hosmer: Out of lineup, status in limbo

    Hosmer (neck) will remain out of the lineup for the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader with the Rockies, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Hosmer's strained neck will keep him on the bench for the second game in a row and most likely the second half of Tuesday's doubleheader as well, but his health is of less intrigue at the moment than his status on the Padres' roster. According to Mark Feinsand of MLB.com, Hosmer was supposed to be included in the blockbuster deal the Padres made earlier Tuesday to acquire Juan Soto and Josh Bell from the Nationals, but Hosmer didn't waive his no-trade clause. Feinsand relays that Hosmer's decision won't derail the trade, and the Padres will presumably look to find a different home for the 32-year-old first baseman in advance of Tuesday's 6 p.m. ET deadline. Hosmer is on the books through 2025 and is owed $39 million over the next three seasons.
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  • Padres' Eric Hosmer: Not starting Monday

    Hosmer (neck) isn't in the lineup Monday against the Rockies, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Hosmer was removed from Sunday's game against the Twins due to a neck strain and will be out of the lineup for at least one matchup. Whether he's available off the bench remains to be seen, but Wil Myers will start at first base while Nomar Mazara starts in right field.
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  • Padres' Eric Hosmer: Exits with neck strain

    Hosmer exited Sunday's game against the Twins due to a neck strain, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Hosmer went 0-for-3 with a strikeout to begin Sunday's matchup, but he was replaced defensively ahead of the seventh inning. It's not yet clear whether he'll be forced to miss additional time, but Luke Voit and Jurickson Profar will likely see increased looks at first base if Hosmer is sidelined.
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