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David Peralta had a fine, if uneventful, first half during his initial season as a Dodger, posting a .757 OPS with seven homers and 32 RBI across 229 plate appearances. However, his offensive production cratered after the All-Star break, as he registered a paltry .578 OPS without a single homer over his final 59 games. The dropoff can be at least partially attributed to a left elbow injury that required flexor tendon surgery following the campaign -- though Peralta's 44.2 percent hard-hit rate last season was considerably above league-average, the injury likely explains why his barrel rate and max exit velocity dipped below his career norms. The surgery also complicates Peralta's outlook for next season, as it's not certain that he'll be ready to play when Opening Day 2024 rolls around. Even if he does recover in time for the start of the campaign, the 36-year-old may be best suited for a reserve role at this point in his career.

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2024 181.1 4 3 3 .242
2023 2451.8 47 7 55 20 4 .259
2022 2672 39 12 59 41 1 .251
3y Avg. 277.52 48 9 59 36 2 .257
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  • Padres' David Peralta: On bench again Wednesday

    Peralta is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Athletics. Manny Machado remains limited to designated hitter duties after missing out on four straight starts last week due to a hip flexor strain, so the Padres won't have room in the lineup for Peralta for the third contest in a row. Once Machado is cleared to play regularly at third base again, Peralta will likely form a platoon at designated hitter with Donovan Solano.
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  • Padres' David Peralta: Not starting against lefty

    Peralta isn't in the Padres' lineup for Tuesday's game against Oakland, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Peralta went 5-for-12 with two RBI and scored three runs during San Diego's last series against Arizona, but he will sit for the second game in a row Tuesday as the A's prepare to send out left-hander JP Sears to start the game. Manny Machado will fill in as the Friars' DH, allowing Donovan Solano to start at third base, batting fifth.
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  • Padres' David Peralta: Sitting Monday

    Peralta is not in the starting lineup for Monday's series opener against the Athletics. With Manny Machado (hip) returning from a four-game absence Monday and serving as the designated hitter, the Padres have opted to start Donovan Solano at third base, which will bump Peralta to the dugout. Peralta went 5-for-12 with two doubles and two RBI in the four-game series against the Diamondbacks. Since his promotion to the majors May 22, Peralta is slashing .250/.351/.313 with three RBI over 37 plate appearances.
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  • Padres' David Peralta: Gets aboard four times in win

    Peralta went 3-for-3 with two doubles, one walk, two RBI and two runs scored in Saturday's 13-1 win over the Diamondbacks. Peralta has a pair of three-hit games since he joined the Padres on May 22, but he's gone just 1-for-22 over his other 11 contests. His two doubles Saturday were his first extra-base hits of the campaign. Peralta is slashing .241/.333/.310 with no home runs, three RBI, four runs scored and no stolen bases. While he's seeing steady time as a strong-side platoon player, he hasn't displayed enough consistency at the plate to warrant widespread fantasy consideration.
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  • Padres' David Peralta: Out versus lefty

    Peralta is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against Kansas City, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. The lefty batter will get a break as the Royals send southpaw Cole Ragans out to the mound for the series finale. Manny Machado will serve as the team's designated hitter and the right-handed hitting Donovan Solano will enter the lineup at third base.
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  • Padres' David Peralta: Takes seat Saturday

    Peralta isn't in the Padres' lineup for Saturday's game against the Royals. Although the Padres are set to face right-hander Alec Marsh on Saturday, Peralta will sit on the bench while Donovan Solano serves as San Diego's designated hitter and bats sixth. Peralta has gone just 3-for-15 with seven strikeouts since joining the Friars on May 22.
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  • Padres' David Peralta: Idle against lefty

    Peralta is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Marlins. The lefty-hitting Peralta will stay on the bench for the third game in a row, with the Padres facing southpaws in each of those contests. Since joining the Padres last Wednesday after being called up from Triple-A El Paso, Peralta appears to have settled into a platoon with the right-handed-hitting Donovan Solano, who is in the lineup for a third straight game.
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  • Padres' David Peralta: Not starting versus lefty

    Peralta isn't in the Padres' lineup Tuesday against the Marlins. With lefty Jesus Luzardo on the mound for Miami, the lefty-hitting Peralta will watch the beginning of Tuesday's game from the dugout. Manny Machado will instead operate as San Diego's DH while Donovan Solano picks up a start at third base, batting sixth.
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  • Padres' David Peralta: Three hits Thursday

    Peralta went 3-for-4 with a run scored in Thursday's 6-4 extra-inning win over the Reds. This was Peralta's second game with the Padres, and he's been in the organization for less than a week after signing a minor-league deal Saturday. He's started one game apiece in right and left field, allowing Jurickson Profar and Fernando Tatis to each take a turn at designated hitter. There's room for all three outfielders in the lineup versus right-handed pitchers, while Peralta is likely to sit against southpaws. He filled a similar strong-side platoon role with the Dodgers in 2023, slashing .259/.294/.381 with seven home runs, 55 RBI and four stolen bases. There's not a lot of power left in his bat, but he could provide some overall upside if he makes contact consistently.
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  • Padres' David Peralta: Added to big-league roster

    The Padres selected Peralta's contract from Triple-A El Paso on Wednesday. He'll start in left field and will bat sixth in Wednesday's game against the Reds. Peralta just signed a minor-league deal over the weekend but will be summoned to the big leagues in short order to replace the injured Xander Bogaerts (shoulder) on the 26-man active roster. The 36-year-old is starting in left field Wednesday in Cincinnati and could wind up getting steady playing time there and/or at designated hitter versus right-handed pitching while he's up with the Padres. Peralta hit just .259/.294/.381 across 422 plate appearances with the Dodgers last season.
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  • Cubs' David Peralta: Debuts at Triple-A

    Peralta (elbow) was activated from Triple-A Iowa's 7-day injured list Wednesday and has gone 1-for-9 with three walks and an RBI in his first three games with the club. Peralta attended Cubs spring training as a non-roster invitee but didn't appear in any Cactus League games while he continued his recovery from the flexor tendon surgery he underwent last October on his left elbow. The 36-year-old looks to be healthy again and will look to improve upon his production at Iowa over the next few weeks with the hope of earning a promotion to the big-league roster.
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  • Cubs' David Peralta: Will stay in extended spring

    Peralta (elbow) will stay back at extended spring training at the beginning of the season to continue his throwing progression, Patrick Mooney of The Athletic reports. Peralta underwent flexor tendon surgery in October before inking a minor-league contract with the Cubs in February. While Peralta is able to hit, he still isn't able to play the outfield. Peralta could eventually become an option for the Cubs bench, but he'll have to get healthy first.
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  • Cubs' David Peralta: Making spring debut Tuesday

    Peralta (elbow) is batting eighth as the designated hitter in Tuesday's Cactus League game against the Brewers. The veteran outfielder joined the Cubs as a non-roster invitee in February but had been held out of game action to this point as he completed his rehab from October flexor tendon surgery. Peralta struggled a .675 OPS in 133 games with the Dodgers last season and is attempting to making Chicago's roster as a reserve outfielder.
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  • Cubs' David Peralta: Set for spring debut Tuesday

    Peralta (elbow) is on track to make his Cactus League debut Tuesday versus the Brewers, Maddie Lee of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Signed as a non-roster invitee last month, Peralta has been eased into spring training following October flexor tendon surgery. He progressed to live batting practice Saturday, however, and is just a few days away from game action. Assuming good health, Peralta would seem to have a good shot to capture a reserve role.
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  • Dodgers' David Peralta: Undergoes flexor tendon surgery

    Peralta underwent flexor tendon surgery on his left arm Tuesday, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Peralta broke news of the surgery when he posted pictures of himself post-op, and now we know what kind of procedure he had done. The outfielder is expected to be ready to hit and throw again by March, but his readiness for Opening Day would seem to be very much in question. Harris notes that Peralta played through the injury since around the All-Star break, which could help explain a .578 OPS and zero home runs in the second half. Peralta, 36, will be a free agent this offseason.
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  • Dodgers' David Peralta: Undergoes surgery

    Peralta underwent surgery on his left elbow Tuesday, Matthew Moreno of DodgerBlue.com reports. The Dodgers have yet to provide details regarding Peralta's operation, so there's no telling whether or not he'll be ready for Opening Day in 2024. The 36-year-old outfielder slashed .259/.294/.381 with 55 RBI across 422 plate appearances this season.
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  • Dodgers' David Peralta: Takes seat again Tuesday

    Peralta is out of the lineup for the opening game of Tuesday's doubleheader at Colorado. Enrique Hernandez, James Outman and Jason Heyward will start across the outfield versus the Rockies and right-hander Chase Anderson. Peralta has slashed just .146/.180/.229 over his last 50 plate appearances dating back to Aug. 30 and may be losing his hold on the Dodgers' starting left field gig. This is his second straight absence against a righty.
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  • Dodgers' David Peralta: Not in Sunday's lineup

    Peralta is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Giants, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Peralta will hit the bench Sunday with opener Ryan Walker starting for San Francisco, while lefty Alex Wood is likely to follow. Chris Taylor is starting in left field and batting seventh in Sunday's series finale.
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  • Dodgers' David Peralta: Takes seat versus lefty

    Peralta is absent from the lineup Friday against the Giants. Chris Taylor, James Outman and Mookie Betts will start across the outfield as the Dodgers take on left-hander Sean Manaea. Peralta is 1-for-20 with five strikeouts over his last seven games and has drawn only 34 plate appearances against southpaws over the course of the entire 2023 campaign.
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  • Dodgers' David Peralta: Hits bench versus lefty

    Peralta isn't in the Dodgers' lineup Thursday against San Francisco, Kirsten Watson of SportsNet LA reports. With lefty starter Kyle Harrison on the mound for the Giants, Peralta will take a seat to begin Thursday's game. Chris Taylor will start in left field and bat seventh while Peralta is out.
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