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Aug 6, 2022 0 0 0 0
Aug 4, 2022 2 0 0 1 3
Aug 2, 2022 0 0 0 0 -1
Aug 1, 2022 0 0 0 0
Jul 30, 2022 0 0 0 0

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2022 441 9 1 7 11 .176
2021 931.5 15 3 15 12 .287
2020 652.7 8 1 17 5 1 .342
3y Avg. 781.6 12 2 16 10 0 .273
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Sits in favor of McGuire

    Plawecki is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Royals, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Plawecki and Reese McGuire will alternate turns behind the dish for the sixth consecutive game, with both backstops earning three starts apiece during that span. Expect manager Alex Cora to continue deploying a timeshare at catcher until one separates himself from the other from a performance standpoint.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Out of Friday's lineup

    Plawecki is not in the lineup for Friday's game against the Royals, Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican reports. The 31-year-old has operated as Boston's primary catcher after Christian Vazquez was traded to Houston earlier this week, but Plawecki will take a seat for Friday's contest. Reese McGuire will work behind the plate and bat eighth.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Takes seat Wednesday

    Plawecki isn't starting Wednesday against the Astros, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Plawecki started the last two games and went 0-for-6 with two strikeouts. While he should see an uptick in playing time after Christian Vazquez was traded to Houston on Tuesday, Reese McGuire is starting behind the dish and batting eighth Wednesday.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Three hits in blowout loss

    Plawecki went 3-for-4 with a run scored Friday in the Red Sox's 28-5 loss to the Blue Jays. The Red Sox deployed top backstop Christian Vazquez at first base in their first game out of the All-Star break, allowing Plawecki to pick up a turn behind the plate. While Plawecki was effective during his four plate appearances on the night, he's likely in need of a breather catching all 228 of the Boston pitching staff's throws on a night Toronto sent 63 batters to the plate. Expect Vazquez to check back in behind the dish Saturday.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Back from COVID-19 IL

    Plawecki (illness) was activated from the COVID-19 injured list Wednesday, Bill Koch of The Providence Journal reports. Plawecki landed on the COVID-19 IL earlier this week but was able to quickly clear the protocols and rejoin the team. Now that he's available, the 31-year-old will reclaim backup duties behind starting catcher Christian Vazquez. Connor Wong was optioned to Triple-A Worcester in a corresponding move.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Rejoins team for road trip

    Plawecki (illness) was spotted in the Red Sox clubhouse Wednesday, implying that he's cleared COVID-19 protocols, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. It's unclear if Plawecki ever tested positive for the virus before or since being placed on the COVID-19-related injured list Monday, but the fact that he's already back with the team suggests he'll likely be formally activated within the next day or two. Connor Wong is currently on Boston's active roster as the top backup to No. 1 catcher Christian Vazquez.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Lands on COVID-19 Related IL

    Plawecki was placed on the COVID-19 Related Injured List on Monday. It's unclear if Plawecki tested positive for the virus, but one way or another he will give up his roster spot for the time being. Connor Wong was recalled from Triple-A Worcester to take Plawecki's place.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Seeing scarce opportunities

    Plawecki is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Rays, Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican reports. Plawecki will stick on the bench for the 14th time in 16 games and continues to see little usage, even by the standards of No. 2 catchers. So long as top backstop Christian Vazquez remains healthy, he'll shoulder a heavy workload behind the plate.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Piles on against Pale Hose

    Plawecki went 1-for-1 with a two-run home run in Thursday's 16-7 win over the White Sox. The Red Sox were already up 14-7 when Plawecki, who entered the game an inning earlier, piled on with his first home run of the season. He hasn't had the kind of success he experienced during his first two seasons with Boston, which was due to unsustainable BABIPs, but the Red Sox value Plawecki's work with the staff and will live with whatever value he provides with bat in hand.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Ejected Wednesday

    Plawecki was ejected from Wednesday's game against Atlanta for arguing balls and strikes, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Plawecki was up to bat with two outs and the bases loaded in the top of the sixth inning, and he was ejected after he expressed his displeasure with a called third strike. He went 1-for-3 and was replaced by Christian Vazquez behind the plate.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Back behind plate Thursday

    Plawecki will start at catcher and bat ninth in Thursday's game against the Angels, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. A heavy slate of day games after night games has allowed Plawecki to claim more playing time of late, as he'll handle catching duties for the third time in five games while No. 1 backstop Christian Vazquez sits. Plawecki has done little to move the needle across his 26 plate appearances on the season, slashing .174/.200/.174 with an RBI and a run.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Back with team

    Plawecki (illness) is back with the Red Sox on Monday after a stint on the COVID-19 injured list, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports. Plawecki tested positive for the virus last Monday, but he's evidently now over his symptoms and has tested negative. He'll return to his role as Christian Vazquez's backup behind the plate.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Should return during Toronto trip

    Plawecki (illness) is expected to return from the COVID-19 injured list at some point during the Red Sox's four-game series in Toronto that begins Monday, Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican reports. Since Plawecki is vaccinated, he's eligible to cross the border and join the Red Sox in Toronto, but he'll first have to complete his quarantine and resume testing negative for the virus. Whenever he's activated, Plawecki is expected to replace Connor Wong as the top backup to No. 1 catcher Christian Vazquez.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Tests positive for virus

    The Red Sox will place Plawecki on the COVID-19 injured list after he tested positive for the virus Monday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. In addition to Plawecki, two other unidentified staff members tested positive. Plawecki is fully vaccinated, so if he's able to make a speedy recovery from the illness, he'll be able to travel to Toronto early next week when the Red Sox and Blue Jays play a four-game set. Boston will call up Connor Wong from Triple-A Worcester to step in as the backup catcher behind No. 1 option Christian Vazquez while Plawecki is in isolation from the team.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Goes yard for first time

    Plawecki hit a two-run home run in his only plate appearance in Friday's spring training game against the Rays. Plawecki launched his first spring homer in the final inning of a blowout loss. He's expected to once again serve as Christian Vazquez's backup. The 31-year-old backstop hasn't hurt fantasy teams during his two-year stay in Boston, slashing .305/.364/.414 over 262 plate appearances. If an auction/draft strategy involves not having a catcher hurt the fantasy team, Plawecki is a decent choice.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Avoids arbitration

    Plawecki signed a one-year, $2.25 million contract with the Red Sox on Wednesday, avoiding arbitration, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. Plawecki served mainly as a secondary option at catcher behind Christian Vazquez in 2021, and he'll likely take on a similar role to begin the 2022 campaign. Across 64 appearances last year, the 30-year-old hit .287 with three homers, 15 runs and 15 RBI.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Checks back in behind plate

    Plawecki (foot) will start at catcher and bat seventh Wednesday against the Orioles. Plawecki was hurting coming out of his last start Saturday against the Yankees after being struck in the foot by a pitch, but after three full days to rest up, he looks to be no worse for the wear. Christian Vazquez remains locked in as Boston's No. 1 catcher, but Plawecki has been the superior performer of the two since the All-Star break with an .813 OPS over 35 games.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Could return Tuesday

    Plawecki (foot) could be ready to play when the Red Sox open a series against the Orioles in Baltimore. Plawecki was hit by a pitch on the right foot during Saturday's loss to the Yankees and was unavailable to play Sunday. X-rays came back negative, and the Red Sox are hopeful for a return during the Baltimore series.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: X-rays return negative

    Plawecki had X-rays on his foot come back negative after being hit by a pitch during Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Yankees, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports. Plawecki delivered a productive performance by going 2-for-2 with a solo home run and a walk before being hit by a pitch during the ninth inning, prompting his exit. The 30-year-old appears to have avoided a serious injury, and he should have a couple days to get healthy since primary catcher Christian Vazquez figures to rejoin the lineup for Sunday's series finale versus the Yankees.
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  • Red Sox's Kevin Plawecki: Productive night offensively

    Plawecki went 2-for-2 with a solo home run and a walk in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Yankees. Plawecki opened the scoring in the third inning with a solo homer off New York starter Nestor Cortes, the third long ball of the year for the backup catcher, who also singled and drew a walk. The 30-year-old Plawecki is hitting .289/.353/.395 in 168 plate appearances this season.
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