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Oct 5, 2022 3 1 1 2 11
Oct 4, 2022 0 0 0 0 0.5
Oct 2, 2022 2 1 0 0 5
Oct 1, 2022 1 0 0 0 1
Sep 29, 2022 0 0 0 0 -1

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Batting Average
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2022 224.52 36 11 52 58 .233
2021 190.52.3 36 11 45 45 .229
3y Avg. 1652.1 29 8 38 41 .233
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  • Pirates' Ji-Man Choi: Requires elbow surgery

    Choi will undergo minor surgery on his right elbow, Justice delos Santos of MLB.com reports. The 31-year-old was acquired by Pittsburgh from Tampa Bay on Thursday, and his new team likely already knew about the procedure when it traded for him. Choi played through the elbow issue last season and finished the campaign with a .233/.341/.388 slash line, 11 home runs and 52 RBI in 113 games, and he's expected to be healthy in time for spring training in February.
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  • Pirates' Ji-Man Choi: Sent to Pittsburgh

    Choi was acquired by the Pirates from the Rays on Thursday in exchange for minor-league pitcher Jack Hartman. Choi had a .233/.341/.388 slash line with 11 home runs and 52 RBI in 113 games for Tampa Bay in 2022, and the team opted to move on as he enters his final year of arbitration eligibility. The 31-year-old should enter spring training as Pittsburgh's primary option at first base.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Three hits, including homer, in loss

    Choi went 3-for-4 with a two-run home run and a walk in Wednesday's loss to the Red Sox. Choi singled in the first inning before launching a two-run homer off Nick Pivetta in his next at-bat in the third frame. He later added another single and a walk in subsequent at-bats. The home run was the 31-year-old's 11th of the year and first since Sept. 13. Choi finished the year having produced at least one hit in four of his final six games, batting .421 with a home run, two RBI and three runs scored over that stretch. The first baseman will end the 2022 regular season with a .233 average, 11 homers, 52 RBI and 36 runs scored over 356 at-bats in 113 games with the Rays.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Swats 10th homer

    Choi went 1-for-1 with two walks and a solo home run in the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Blue Jays. Choi wasn't in the lineup for the first game of the doubleheader, but he was one of the few sources of offense in the latter matchup. He slugged his 10th homer of the season in the third inning off Alek Manoah for his second round tripper in his last 26 at-bats. Choi has been losing grip on a regular role, as he has started only six of the Rays' last 12 games.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Loses hold of platoon role

    Choi is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Red Sox, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The lefty-hitting Choi is sitting against a right-handed starting pitcher (Michael Wacha) for the third time in five matchups, signaling that he no longer has a hold on a strong-side platoon role. Harold Ramirez and Isaac Paredes should continue to cut into his opportunities to face right-handed pitching while Choi is holding down a lowly .391 OPS since the All-Star break.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Retreats to bench Saturday

    Choi isn't starting Saturday against the Yankees, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Although right-hander Clarke Schmidt is starting for the Yankees on Saturday, Choi will be on the bench for the fifth time in the last six games. Harold Ramirez is taking over at first base and batting cleanup.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: On bench against lefty

    Choi is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Marlins, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The lefty-hitting Choi finds himself on the bench for the fifth time in six games, with four of his absences coming against left-handed pitchers. Harold Ramirez will fill in at first base and bat cleanup against Marlins southpaw Trevor Rogers.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Sits against southpaw

    Choi is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Marlins, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Choi is taking a seat against Marlins southpaw Jesus Luzardo, but the lefty-hitting first baseman could see his opportunities against right-handed pitching soon trend downward as well. Isaac Paredes has supplied an .819 OPS in August, 364 points above Choi's own mark on the month. It wouldn't be surprising if manager Kevin Cash elected to open up a full-time role for Paredes at Choi's expense.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Sitting against right-hander

    Choi is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Red Sox, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. For the seventh time in nine games, Choi finds himself on the bench. Though the lefty-hitting Choi has sat out against five lefties during that stretch, he'll take a seat against a righty (Nick Pivetta) in the series finale. With Choi supplying a lowly .419 OPS since the All-Star break, it's possible that the Rays will look to move him out of his strong-side platoon role at first base.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Sits against southpaw

    Choi isn't starting Saturday against Boston, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. Choi went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer and two strikeouts Friday, but he'll get a breather with left-hander Rich Hill on the mound Saturday. Harold Ramirez is starting at first base and batting cleanup.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Slugs ninth homer

    Choi went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run Friday against the Red Sox. Choi took Michael Wacha yard in the second inning to tally his ninth homer of the season. It was Choi's first home run since July 27, and in 18 games between long balls, he hit just .109 with a 35.9 percent strikeout rate. Despite his struggles, Choi continues to get regular at-bats against right-handed pitchers.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: On bench versus lefty

    Choi is not in the starting lineup for Thursday's series finale against the Angels, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. With left-hander Patrick Sandoval on the mound Thursday, Choi will ride the pine for the fifth time in six games. Harold Ramirez will shift to first base while Jose Siri enters the lineup in center field after some shuffling versus Los Angeles.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Sitting versus lefty

    Choi is not in the starting lineup Tuesday versus the Angels, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Choi will sit for the fourth straight game as the Rays take on the Angels and left-hander Jose Suarez. Harold Ramirez will start at first base and bat fourth Tuesday.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Remains on bench

    Choi will sit Monday versus the Angels. Choi will be on the bench for a third consecutive contest Monday. Isaac Paredes will take over at first base and bat third in the series opener.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Sits versus right-hander

    Choi is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Royals, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The lefty-hitting Choi will take a seat for the second consecutive game, this time against a righty (Zack Greinke) after he was excluded from the lineup for Saturday's 5-2 win over southpaw Kris Bubic. Harold Ramirez will pick up a start at first base in Choi's stead.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Riding pine vs. lefty

    Choi is not in Saturday's lineup against the Royals. He will take a seat with a lefty (Kris Bubic) on the hill for Kansas City. Choi is hitting .105 with zero home runs in 12 games this month.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Idle versus lefty

    Choi is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Yankees, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. With southpaw Nestor Cortes on the hill for New York, the lefty-hitting Choi will bow out of the starting nine. Isaac Paredes will spell Choi at first base Tuesday.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: On bench against left-hander

    Choi isn't in the lineup Saturday against Baltimore. Choi is out of the lineup for the second time in the last three games since left-hander DL Hall is on the mound for the Orioles. Christian Bethancourt will start at first base while Yandy Diaz serves as the designated hitter.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Sitting against southpaw

    Choi is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Blue Jays, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. With southpaw Yusei Kikuchi on the bump for Toronto, the lefty-hitting Choi will retreat to the bench, ending a string of eight consecutive starts in which he went 4-for-31 with 10 strikeouts. Isaac Paredes will cover first base and David Peralta will get a turn as the Rays' designated hitter while Choi rests.
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  • Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Tallies eighth homer

    Choi went 1-for-4 with a walk and a two-run home run Wednesday against the Orioles. Choi took Tyler Wells yard in the opening inning to record his eighth home run of the season. He continues to have a regular role against right-handed pitching but has managed only a .224/.325/.358 line across 77 plate appearances in July. Overall, Choi has maintained a 134 wRC+ and .351 wOBA in 279 plate appearances for the season.
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