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2022 320.7 11 2 8 3 .164
2021 98.51.3 24 1 10 22 5 .252
2020 5.50.3 3 2 2 .067
3y Avg. 37.51 10 0 3 9 3 .232
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Lands minor-league deal

    Jankowski signed a minor-league deal with the Mets on Saturday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Jankowski was bumped from Seattle's 40-man roster on Aug. 5, though it didn't take much time for him to find his next opportunity. He also spent time with the Mets earlier in the season, prior to being designated for assignment in July. Between the two stops, Jankowski has 64 plate appearances in the majors and has maintained only a .164/.281/.164 line.
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  • Travis Jankowski: Heads to free agency

    Jankowski elected free agency after clearing waivers Tuesday. Jankowski was recently bumped off Seattle's 40-man roster after he got caught up in a numbers game in the Mariners outfield following Mitch Haniger's recent return from the injured list. Between stops with the Mets and Mariners this season, Jankowski has appeared in 44 games while getting on base at a .281 clip and contributing three stolen bases. As he hits the open market, the 31-year-old could have some appeal for teams seeking a speed- and defense-oriented fourth or fifth outfielder.
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  • Mariners' Travis Jankowski: Designated for assignment

    Jankowski was designated for assignment Friday. Primarily used as a defensive replacement and pinch runner, Jankowski is hitless in his last 30 MLB at-bats. Jake Lamb will take his place on the active roster.
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  • Mariners' Travis Jankowski: Catches on in Seattle

    The Mariners claimed Jankowski off waivers from the Mets on Monday. The addition of Jankowski provides the Mariners with some much-needed depth in the outfield while all of Julio Rodriguez (wrist), Dylan Moore (back), Taylor Trammell (hamstring) and Mitch Haniger (ankle) are on the injured list and while Sam Haggerty (forehead) is day-to-day. The latter three players could be fully available by the weekend, so Jankowski may not have much longevity on the Mariners' active roster.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Designated for assignment

    Jankowski was designated for assignment by the Mets on Friday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. The 31-year-old has appeared in 43 games for the Mets this year but was jettisoned from the 26-man and 40-man rosters Friday to make room for Tyler Naquin, who was acquired from the Reds. Jankowski has a .167/.286/.167 slash line and is hitless in 27 contests going back to early May.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Retreats to bench

    Jankowski is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Cubs. Jankowski went 0-for-8 with two walks while starting in all three of the Mets' contests in Atlanta earlier this week, but he'll return to the bench Thursday with Jeff McNeil (paternity list) and Starling Marte (groin) checking back into the lineup following three- and four-game absences, respectively. McNeil, Marte, Brandon Nimmo and Mark Canha will likely represent the Mets' top options in the outfield moving forward, so Jankowski's starts are expected to be few and far between.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Gets third straight start

    Jankowski will start in right field and bat eighth in Wednesday's game in Atlanta. Following his reinstatement from the injured list Monday, Jankowski will pick up a third consecutive start in right field in place of Starling Marte (groin) after going 0-for-5 with a walk and a hit-by-pitch in the first two games of the series. The Mets haven't dismissed the possibility of placing Marte on the IL, but with Jeff McNeil (personal) set to return from the paternity list Thursday, Jankowski may not be in store for regular playing time in the outfield beyond Wednesday.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Comes off IL

    The Mets reinstated Jankowski (hand) from the 10-day injured list Monday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. He'll start in right field and bat eighth in Monday's game against Atlanta, per Anthony DiComo of MLB.com. Before he was placed on the IL in late May after requiring surgery to repair a fractured bone in his left hand, Jankowski had been serving as a fourth outfielder for the Mets. He'll draw a start in his return to the big club, however, as the Mets' outfield depth will be tested to begin the week with Jeff McNeil (personal) on the paternity list and with Starling Marte (groin) considered day-to-day. Once both McNeil and Marte are back in the fold, the Mets likely won't have much of a need to carry Jankowski and Ender Inciarte as reserve outfielders, so expect one of the two to get moved off the 40-man roster.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Could return next week

    Manager Buck Showalter said Wednesday that Jankowski (hand) might return during the Mets' series against Atlanta next week, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Jankowski began a rehab assignment at Triple-A Syracuse on Monday and went 1-for-2 with a stolen base and a walk. He should remain in the minors through the weekend but appears to be closing in on a return within the next week. Once the 31-year-old is activated, it's possible that he serves as the Mets' fourth outfielder.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Ready for rehab assignment

    Jankowski (hand) is scheduled to begin a minor-league rehab assignment this week, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Jankowski has been on the shelf since May 27 after undergoing surgery to repair a fractured bone on his left hand. The 31-year-old is expected to need multiple games in the minors to get his timing back at the plate, so he won't be a lock to come off the 10-day injured list by the weekend. Whenever he's activated, Jankowski could unseat Ender Inciarte as the Mets' fourth outfielder.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Hopes to return in early July

    Jankowski (hand) hopes he'll be able to return from the 10-day injured list by the first week of July, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports. Jankowski has a bone test scheduled for Tuesday, and he hopes to be cleared for more intense baseball activities afterward. Assuming he's cleared to ramp up his workload next week, the outfielder will likely begin a rehab assignment sometime in late June prior to rejoining the Mets.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Making good progress

    Jankowski is making good progress in his return from a broken left hand and hopes to be cleared to grip a bat next week, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Jankowski was given a timeline of 6-to-8 weeks after undergoing surgery on his hand in late May, putting his likely return sometime in mid-July. He now hopes to be ready around July 1, though the extent to which that's just him being optimistic as players often are about their own availability is unclear.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: On injured list after hand surgery

    Jankowski was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday after undergoing surgery to repair a fractured fourth metacarpal on his left hand, a procedure which generally takes 6-to-8 weeks to recover from, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports. The given timeline places Jankowski's expected recovery date sometime near the All-Star break. He wasn't starting frequently for the Mets and was hitting just .209/.292/.209 in 48 trips to the plate, but the injury nonetheless hurts the team's outfield depth. The Mets have yet to call up a hitter to take his place, instead recalling Yoan Lopez and Stephen Nogosek.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Crosses plate three times in win

    Jankowski went 2-for-3 with a walk, three runs scored and a stolen base in a 5-4 win over Atlanta during the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader. Starting in center field and hitting leadoff, Jankowski made the most of his opportunity. The 30-year-old hasn't seen much playing time behind Brandon Nimmo and mostly gets used as a pinch runner or defensive sub, with Tuesday's plate appearances being his first since April 24. Despite the limited role, Jankowski is batting .360 (9-for-25) with three steals and eight runs scored on the season.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Back in reserve role

    Jankowski is on the bench for Monday's game against the Cardinals. Jankowski made four consecutive starts in center field from April 15 through 19 while Brandon Nimmo and Mark Canha were on the COVID-19 injured list, but Jankowski has since seen his playing time dry up with both ill players having been activated. He'll be on the bench for the fifth time in seven games Monday and is expected to see most of his usage as a late-inning defensive replacement or pinch runner moving forward.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Gets third straight start

    Jankowski will start in center field and bat seventh in Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks. Jankowski will enter the starting nine for the third game in a row while the Mets are without Brandon Nimmo and Mark Canha, who both remain on the COVID-19 injured list. Assuming one of the two outfielders is able to quickly recover from the virus and return to action during the upcoming week, Jankowski won't be in store for a long-term stay in an everyday role. After going 3-for-4 with a run scored in Friday's 10-3 win, Jankowski went hitless in Saturday's 3-2 loss.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Swipes two bags in start

    Jankowski got the start in left field and batted seventh during Saturday's 5-0 win over the Nationals, going 2-for-3 with a walk and two stolen bases. He swiped second base in the fifth and eighth innings, showing off the wheels that allowed Jankowski to steal 24 bases the last time he saw significant playing time in the majors in 2018. The 30-year-old is at best the Mets' fourth outfielder, however, limiting his fantasy utility to NL-only formats unless injuries open up a consistent role for him.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Moves to active, 40-man rosters

    The Mets selected Jankowski's contract from Triple-A Syracuse on Wednesday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Manager Buck Showalter confirmed earlier in the day that Jankowski would be joining the Mets for Opening Day, but the 30-year-old outfielder wasn't officially added to the 40-man roster until the Mets placed newly-signed reliever John Curtiss (elbow) on the 60-day injured list in a corresponding move. Jankowski's patient eye at the plate, good speed and ability to defend three outfield spots should make him a quality bench piece for the Mets, but it'll likely take absences from at least two of Brandon Nimmo (neck), Starling Marte, Mark Canha and Dominic Smith for him to pick up regular starts.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: Makes Opening Day roster

    Jankowski has made the Mets' Opening Day roster, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Jankowski was expected to win an Opening Day roster spot, and manager Buck Showalter confirmed Wednesday that the 30-year-old will begin the year with the major-league club. Jankowski will be available as a depth player who is capable of filling in at all three outfield positions.
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  • Mets' Travis Jankowski: In line for roster spot

    Jankowski is expected to win an Opening Day roster spot, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Jankowski has a spot available unless the Mets need to call up an extra pitcher in the event of a setback for Max Scherzer (hamstring). As a career .239/.322/.318 hitter, Jankowski is a poor fit for everyday at-bats, but his ability to play above-average defense at all three outfield spots makes him a fine fit for a bench role, which is all the Mets should need from him.
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