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3y Avg. 1 0 .143

Fantasy News

  • Rob Segedin: Retires after career-ending injury

    Segedin retired from professional baseball last year after battling ongoing complications in his recovery from November 2017 surgery on his right wrist, Pedro Moura of The Athletic reports. Segedin appeared in 53 regular-season games at the big-league level between 2016 and 2017, slashing .226/.282/.355 with two home runs in 103 plate appearances with the Dodgers. Though he returned from the wrist surgery -- his second procedure of that same year to address the injury -- to join the Dodgers for spring training in 2018, he only logged 134 plate appearances at Triple-A Oklahoma City before being removed from the 40-man roster in late August. News of Segedin's retirement flew under the radar until the 30-year-old recently filed a lawsuit alleging negligence on the part of the Dodgers' hand consultant who performed his most recent surgery, Dr. Steven Shin. Though his playing career is now over, Segedin remains involved in baseball as a player information assistant in the Phillies organization.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Assigned to Triple-A Oklahoma City

    Segedin (personal) was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. Segedin is currently away from the team as he awaits the birth of his child. Once he becomes available again, he'll report to Oklahoma City. While Segedin could see occasional time with the Dodgers as a reserve option, he figures to spend most of his time at the Triple-A level this season. The 29-year-old slashed .320/.347/.515 over 25 games at Oklahoma City in 2017.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Back in action Monday

    Segedin (wrist) is scheduled to play in a minor-league game Monday, Eric Stephen of TrueBlueLA.com reports. Segedin, who underwent right wrist surgery in the offseason, is finally set to make his spring debut after an illness delayed his initial return last week. Now that he's healthy, the 29-year-old will compete for one of the team's final bench spots.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Cleared for game action soon

    Segedin (wrist) will be cleared for game action Wednesday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. Segedin has been rehabbing from right wrist surgery over the winter. The 29-year-old utility man has played in just 53 career major-league games and is unlikely to receive more than the occasional call-up this season.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Recalled from Oklahoma City

    Segedin was called up from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Friday. Segedin joins the Dodgers with the expansion of rosters coming into effect. The outfielder has missed most of the season with a wrist injury, but figures to serve as added depth in the outfield throughout September.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Sent to Triple-A

    Segedin was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Friday, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports. Just days after being activated from the 60-day disabled list, Segedin gets sent to Triple-A so the Dodgers can make room on their roster for first baseman Adrian Gonzalez. The move doesn't come as a surprise, as some were expecting him to stay at Triple-A after he was activated from the disabled list anyway.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Begins rehab assignment Thursday

    Segedin (wrist) heads out on a rehab assignment with Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday, True Blue LA's Eric Stephen reports. Segedin has been out since mid-April while initially dealing with a toe injury, and then undergoing wrist surgery near the end of May. The outfielder will likely need an extended period of time shaking off the rust in the minors, and could remain with Oklahoma City depending on the route the club chooses to go. At this point, Segedin provides minimal impact for the Dodgers as organizational depth.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Transferred to 60-day DL

    Segedin (wrist) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Friday. The move was necessary to clear room on the 40-man roster for the newly acquired Jason Wheeler, and it makes sense given Segedin's recovery timetable. The 28-year-old underwent wrist surgery last week and had already been on the 10-day DL while dealing with turf toe. With the transaction being retroactive to April 19, when Segedin first went on the DL, he may be able to return sometime this July once he's fully recovered from his operation.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Out 4-6 weeks after wrist surgery

    Segedin underwent surgery for an injured wrist and will miss 4-6 weeks, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports Friday. Segedin had seen his rehab stagnate, as he had been out with a toe injury since April 19 without making significant progress. That injury that was originally expected to keep him out for perhaps a month. However, he suffered a separate wrist injury while rehabbing, and this new ailment could keep him off the field until the All-Star break. With outfielders like Brett Eibner getting chances for the Dodgers now, there's no guarantee Segedin will even make the major-league roster upon his return.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Rehab halts

    Segedin's rehab has become "stagnant," per manager Dave Roberts, as he struggles with turf toe, Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times reports. The reserve outfielder was placed on the 10-day disabled list April 19. Segedin was initially expected to return sometime in mid-May, but these types of maladies can linger. He may not even rejoin the big-league club upon his return unless further injuries open up a role.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Lands on DL

    Segedin was placed on the 10-day disabled list Wednesday with a toe injury. Segedin injured his toe in just his second game after being called up to the big leagues. Brett Eibner was promoted from Triple-A to take his spot on the roster for the time being. Segedin was 1-for-4 through two games before injuring his toe. It's unclear if he'll rejoin the Dodgers or head back to Triple-A upon his activation.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Returns from WBC with bang

    Segedin returned to the Dodgers' lineup Saturday after playing for Team Italy in the World Baseball Classic. He went 2-for-3 with a double, a home run and three RBI in a win over the White Sox. Segedin has put together a strong spring spring, batting .379 (11-for-29) with three homers between his time with Team Italy and the Dodgers. Despite the results, he has a tough hill to climb to make the club's Opening Day roster. The Dodgers have a plethora of options (Chase Utley, Andre Ethier, Andrew Toles, Franklin Gutierrez, Scott Van Slyke, Enrique Hernandez, Chris Taylor and Charlie Culberson) competing for five roster spots this spring, and Segedin's inexperience and presence of minor league options may land him in the minors to begin the season.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: May get left behind this spring

    Segedin may find it hard to crack the 25-man roster this season. With the emergence of Andrew Toles and the return of Andre Ethier to compliment the likes of Trayce Thompson, Joc Pederson and Kike Hernandez, Segedin will find it hard to even land a backup outfield position. There may be hope if he targets a backup corner infield spot, but he will face competition at those positions as well. Barring a torrid hot spring campaign, Segedin will likely start the year with Triple-A Oklahoma City.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Returns from paternity list

    Segedin (paternity) is back in the lineup Thursday, batting seventh and playing right field. Segedin returns after missing Wednesday's game while on paternity leave. He'll take over in right field for Josh Reddick, who will be getting the day off in the midst of a 1-for-17 slump.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Expected to return Thursday

    Segedin is expected to return from paternity leave Thursday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Southern California News Group reports. Segedin left the team Wednesday, but will only miss one game as a result. The Dodgers play the finale of their series with the Dodgers Thursday.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Placed on paternity list

    Segedin was placed on the paternity list Wednesday. In a corresponding move, Rich Hill was activated from the disabled list. Segedin can stay on the paternity list for up to three days, so look for him to return to the club by Saturday when Los Angeles hosts the Cubs
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Homers in win over Giants

    Segedin hit his second home run, a solo shot, in a 1-for-4 game Tuesday against the Giants. Segedin has now homered in two straight games after waiting 13 games to get on the board. He was removed in the eighth inning and headed to the hospital to join his wife, who was expected to give birth to the couple's first child. It's unclear what his status will be for Wednesday's game, but Segedin could be in for more playing time with Josh Reddick on the mend.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Connects for first career home run

    Segedin earned the start at third base on Monday, going 1-for-3 with a home run and two RBI. The 27-year-old rookie has been getting semi-regular starts around the diamond this month and has been relatively productive, hitting .290 with 11 RBI. Segedin had been having a fantastic year at Triple-A Oklahoma City before his promotion, and with the Dodgers in a dogfight for the division, it would be hard for the team to ignore a hot bat.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: Gets the call, starting Sunday

    Segedin will be recalled from Triple-A and start in left field Sunday against the Red Sox, J.P. Hoornstra of the Southern California News Group reports. Segedin was primarily a corner infielder for Triple-A Oklahoma City, but he'll draw the start in left field and bat eighth in the order for the evening contest. The 27-year-old had a 1.052 OPS against left-handed pitching in the minors this season, so the hope is that he can bring some of that magic against southpaw David Price, who is set to take the hill for the opposing Red Sox.
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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin: 20th home run Thursday for Triple-A Oklahoma City

    Segedin hit his 20th homer of the season for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday and is now batting .309/.384/.590. The 27-year-old has yet to play in the big leagues, but his efforts this season could very well get him a look in September.
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