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Fantasy News

  • White Sox's Mikie Mahtook: Signs with White Sox

    Mahtook signed a minor-league deal with the White Sox on Friday, Scott Merkin of reports. Mahtook has flashed potential as at least a platoon bat at times in the past, hitting .276/.330/.457 in a part-time role for the Tigers back in 2017. He's hit just .183/.258/.325 since then, however, and didn't get into a single big-league game last season. Now 31 years old, it would be a surprise if he rebounds and finds himself in a fantasy-relevant role.
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  • Phillies' Mikie Mahtook: Reports to camp

    Mahtook (illness) cleared the league's COVID-19 protocols and reported to camp Sunday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Mahtook was absent for the first couple weeks of camp after testing positive for coronavirus, but he's now able to work out with the team. The 30-year-old joined the Phillies as a non-roster invitee in December, and he's likely a longshot to make the season-opening roster given his late arrival and the team's outfield depth.
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  • Phillies' Mikie Mahtook: Tests positive for coronavirus

    Mahtook tested positive for COVID-19, Meghan Montemurro of The Athletic reports. Mahtook joined the Phillies as a non-roster invitee over the winter and is a long shot to play a significant role with the team this season. It's not clear when he's expected to join his teammates.
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  • Phillies' Mikie Mahtook: Gets spot on 60-man roster

    Mahtook will be part of the Phillies' 60-man roster. Mahtook, who is not on the 40-man roster, was brought in via a minor-league deal in December after three seasons with Detroit. Most of last season was spent at the Triple-A level, where he accumulated a .849 OPS with 21 home runs. While expanded rosters may help his case, there's still plenty of serviceable competition in the Philadelphia outfield he'll need to beat out in order to break camp.
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  • Phillies' Mikie Mahtook: Outfield competition thins

    Mahtook's fellow outfielders Kyle Garlick and Nick Williams were optioned to Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Thursday, Matt Breen of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. The moves could increase Mahtook's odds of winning a bench spot, but it's possible he would have been optioned as well were he on the 40-man roster rather than in camp as a non-roster invitee. He hit just .208 in 13 spring games but managed two home runs. If Andrew McCutchen's knee is ready to go whenever play resumes, there doesn't appear to be a spot left for Mahtook, as Roman Quinn and Jay Bruce are available to back up McCutchen, Adam Haseley and Bryce Harper.
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  • Phillies' Mikie Mahtook: Signs minors deal with Phillies

    Mahtook signed a minor-league contract with the Phillies on Wednesday, Bob Nightengale of USA Today reports. Mahtook will receive an invitation to big-league camp as part of the deal and will make $850,000 if he wins a major-league job. The 30-year-old's career .235/.292/.405 slash line in 291 major-league games is enough to put in him contention for a bench spot, but not necessarily enough to make him a favorite to win one.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Returns from injury

    Mahtook (undisclosed) went 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBI for Triple-A Toledo on Wednesday. Mahtook suffered an unspecified injury last week and was briefly sidelined for the Mud Hens, but he is 5-for-8 in his first two games back in the lineup. The 29-year-old has a .265/.361/.485 slash line in 74 games at Toledo this season.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Dealing with undisclosed injury

    Mahtook was removed from Tuesday's game at Triple-A Toledo with an unspecified injury, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports. Mahtook has been with Toledo since being removed from the 40-man roster in April and has an .823 OPS in 72 games with the Mud Hens. It's currently unclear if the 29-year-old is expected to require a trip to the injured list.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Sitting again

    Mahtook is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Indians, Jason Beck of reports. A two-day break wasn't enough for Mahtook to break his cold streak to begin the season, as he returned to action for Tuesday's series opener and went 0-for-4, leaving him hitless through 23 at-bats. Mahtook should see semi-regular action through the end of the week but will likely be the top choice for a demotion when JaCoby Jones (shoulder) is activated from the injured list.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Retreats to bench

    Mahtook is not in the lineup Wednesday against the Yankees. Mahtook is hitless through his first five appearances this season (16 at-bats), so he'll head to the bench to clear his head. Niko Goodrum will cover center field in his stead, pushing Jeimer Candelario to DH duties while opening up a spot in the lineup for Gordon Beckham to start at the hot corner.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Sitting Saturday

    Mahtook is not in Saturday's lineup against the Blue Jays. He went 0-for-7 with four strikeouts in the first two games of the season. Dustin Peterson gets the nod in left field while Niko Goodrum slides to center field.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Picks up start in left Saturday

    Mahtook is starting in left field and batting fifth in Saturday's game against the Brewers, Evan Woodbery of reports. With Christin Stewart (abdomen) being held out for the second straight day, Mahtook gets another chance to start in left. After a solid 2017 campaign, the 28-year-old has regressed this season with a .208/.281/.370 slash line. It's unclear what his 2019 role might be with the rebuilding Tigers, as Stewart and Nick Castellanos seem to have the corner-outfield spots locked down, leaving Mahtook, JaCoby Jones and Victor Reyes as the existing members of the roster who could be jockeying for the job in center.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Clubs go-ahead homer Saturday

    Mahtook went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer Saturday in the eighth inning that proved to be the game-winner against the Royals. Mahtook deposited a Jason Hammel pitch into the left-field seats with a runner on for his ninth home run of the year, putting the Tigers ahead for good. One member of the Tigers' outfield glut being evaluated for 2019, Mahtook, who turns 29 in November, has also taken reps at first base, hoping to enhance his candidacy for a long-term role as Detroit rebuilds. His lackluster .217/.289/.389 slash line, however, doesn't do him many favors.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Working out at first base

    Mahtook took fielding practice at first base Friday, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. With Victor Martinez set to retire, Miguel Cabrera could be a full-time designated hitter next season, opening up at-bats at first base. Mahtook would be an unusual candidate for those at-bats, however, as his .216/.290/.377 line already plays poorly in the outfield and wouldn't be close to good enough at first base. The added defensive flexibility could at least help him stick around in a bench capacity.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Likely to lose playing time down stretch

    Mahtook may see a reduced role following the promotion of Christin Stewart to the big leagues, Evan Woodbery of reports. Manager Ron Gardenhire said Stewart will be the team's starting left fielder for the remainder of the season, effectively leaving center field as the only open position in the outfield. Mahtook will battle JaCoby Jones and Victor Reyes for playing time, which doesn't bode well for Mahtook given his recent struggles and the fact that his two competitors are younger than him.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Blasts home run, swipes base in win

    Mahtook went 2-for-3 with a walk, a two-run home run, two runs scored and a stolen base in Tuesday's 8-3 win over the White Sox. Mahtook did a little bit of everything in this one, hitting his sixth home run of the year and stealing his third base. While it's generally been a disappointing season for the 28-year-old outfielder, he did show a pulse in 2017 with a .276/.330/.457 slash line and 12 home runs in 109 games, so perhaps he could be in line for a decent finish to 2018.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Out of lineup Friday

    Mahtook is not in the lineup against the Yankees on Friday. Mahtook will receive a day off after starting the past 14 games, including a rough 0-for-5 showing with a pair of strikeouts during Thursday's series opener. Niko Goodrum will man left field while Dawel Lugo gets another a start in the infield.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Homers again Saturday

    Mahtook went 1-for-3 with a solo homer in Saturday's loss to the White Sox. Mahtook's solo homer in the second inning accounted for the Tigers' only run of the night. The homer -- his second in three games -- extended Mahtook's hitting streak to a modest three games and raised his batting average to .200 for the first time since July 13.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Homers, drives in four

    Mahtook went 1-for-3 with a walk, a home run and four RBI in Saturday's win over the Twins. He hit a three-run, line-drive homer off Tyler Duffey in the third inning to break a 3-3 tie. It was his second blast in three games. Mahtook has flopped spectacularly in previous auditions at the major-league level, but he's getting another one in the Detroit outfield with JaCoby Jones (hamstring) on the disabled list.
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  • Tigers' Mikie Mahtook: Back up with Tigers

    Mahtook was recalled from Triple-A Toledo on Monday. Mahtook has bounced between Detroit and Toledo this season, hitting decently at the Triple-A level but having no success in the big leagues. His .200/.239/.257 line at the big-league level is far from adequate, though he's hit .251/.321/.452 for Toledo, suggesting he has as least some potential. JaCoby Jones was placed on the disabled list with a hamstring strain in a corresponding move.
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