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2023 631.6 12 6 18 3 4 .162
2022 76.51.1 19 4 15 16 .208
3y Avg. 971.5 21 6 24 10 2 .206

Fantasy News

  • Yu Chang: Headed overseas

    Chang announced on his social media that he will leave the Rays' organization and enter the Chinese Professional Baseball League of Taiwan 2024 Draft, CPBL STATS reports. The Fubon Guardians have the first pick in the draft and have evidently already informed Chang they will be selecting him. Chang had been on the 7-day injured list at Triple-A Durham with an undisclosed injury, but he's nearly 100 percent and will head overseas soon. The 28-year-old is a career .204/.265/.359 hitter over parts of five major-league seasons.
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  • Rays' Yu Chang: Returns from Triple-A IL

    Triple-A Durham reinstated Chang (oblique) from its 7-day injured list Friday. Chang has made both of his first two starts at shortstop for Durham, going 1-for-7 with a walk. He attended spring training with the Rays as a non-roster invitee but was unable to win a spot as a utility infielder on Tampa Bay's Opening Day roster after straining his left oblique early in camp.
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  • Rays' Yu Chang: Facing extended absence

    Manager Kevin Cash said Friday that Chang was diagnosed with a severe oblique strain and is expected to be sidelined 6-to-8 weeks, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The 28-year-old signed with Tampa Bay as a non-roster invitee in February but suffered the oblique injury early in camp. Chang was a longshot to make the Rays' Opening Day roster and will likely report to Triple-A Durham once healthy.
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  • Rays' Yu Chang: Out with oblique injury

    Chang will be sidelined for a couple weeks with a left oblique injury, Kristie Ackert of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Chang tweaked his oblique during Wednesday's Grapefruit League contest against the Blue Jays. The 28-year-old was inked to a minor-league contract just last week and seemed to have at least an outside shot at winning a reserve role as a non-roster invitee, but the injury probably foils those plans.
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  • Rays' Yu Chang: Back in Tampa Bay as NRI

    Chang signed a minor-league contract with the Rays on Tuesday that includes an invitation to spring training, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Chang spent some time with the Rays in 2022 before playing for the Red Sox in 2023. The 28-year-old utility infielder sports a career .204/.265/.359 batting line over parts of five major-league seasons. Tampa Bay has an opening at shortstop, but Chang would appear far down its list of candidates.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Outrighted to Worcester

    Chang cleared waivers Friday and was sent outright to Triple-A Worcester, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. Chang was designated for assignment Tuesday to clear room for Trevor Story, and he will remain with the Red Sox organization after going unclaimed. The 27-year-old infielder slashed just .162/.200/.352 across 112 plate appearances with Boston and is unlikely to make it back to the majors this season.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Dropped from 40-man roster

    The Red Sox designated Chang for assignment Tuesday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. Chang had been getting regular playing time at shortstop over the last handful of weeks, but he'll lose his place on both the 26- and 40-man rosters as Trevor Story (elbow) prepares to make his season debut Tuesday night against the Royals. Chang, 27, was sporting a .162/.200/.352 batting line through 112 plate appearances this season with Boston.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Sitting in second straight

    Chang is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Royals. Chang will sit for the second straight game in favor of Pablo Reyes, who drew a pair of walks in his start at shortstop in Sunday's 13-1 loss to the Blue Jays. It's unclear if Reyes has moved ahead of Chang on the depth chart, but neither player will be in store for a long-term stay in the starting lineup. The Red Sox are expected to get Trevor Story (elbow) back from the 60-day injured list Thursday, at which time he's expected to take over as the team's everyday shortstop.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Takes seat in series finale

    Chang is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Giants. Pablo Reyes will step in at shortstop after Chang manned the position for each of the last 11 games while slashing .194/.242/.355. Both Chang and Reyes are expected to see more limited opportunities at shortstop in the near future, as Trevor Story (elbow) appears on track to return from the 60-day injured list at some point during the upcoming week.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Swipes base in win

    Chang went 1-for-3 with an RBI, a stolen base and was hit by a pitch in Sunday's 6-1 win over the Mets. The steal was just the second of the season for Chang, who continues to operate as Boston's everyday shortstop. His window of opportunity will last another couple of weeks, as Trevor Story (elbow) has just begun a rehab assignment that may reach the upper limits of the 20-day maximum. Chang is batting .219 (7-for-32) since he returned from the injured list July 7.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Heads to bench

    Chang will be on the bench for Saturday's game against the Cubs. Chang returned from hamate surgery just before the break and started two of the last three games of the first half. He opened the second half at shortstop but will head to the bench for the second game of the series. Enrique Hernandez starts at shortstop Saturday.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Not in starting nine

    Chang will sit Saturday against Oakland, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports. Chang returned from hamate surgery Friday to go 1-for-4 with a pair of RBI and a trio of strikeouts. He won't start back-to-back games immediately after returning from the 60-day injured list, so it will be Enrique Hernandez who gets the nod at shortstop Saturday.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Drives in two runs

    Chang went 1-for-4 with two RBI in Friday's win over Oakland. Chang was activated from the injured list and hit ninth in his first MLB appearance since April 24. The 27-year-old knocked a two-run single but also struck out three times. He's slashing .146/.180/.333 with 10 RBI and a 1:15 BB:K through 51 plate appearances.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Activated from injured list

    Chang was activated from the 60-day injured list Friday, Mac Cerullo of the Boston Herald reports. Chang will make his return from hamate surgery after being sidelined since late April. He is expected to take over as the Red Sox' primary shortstop, at least until Trevor Story (elbow) is ready. Even with regular playing time, Chang isn't a very enticing fantasy option.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Weekend return expected

    Boston manager Alex Cora said Thursday that Chang (wrist) will be activated "this weekend," MLB.com reports. There had been speculation that Chang would be activated Thursday, but that didn't happen, When he is activated, the 27-year-old is expected to serve as the team's primary shortstop.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Likely back this week

    Red Sox manager Alex Cora said Tuesday that Chang (wrist) is likely to be activated from the 60-day injured list later this week, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. Cora added that Chang will be the team's primary shortstop when he returns from late-April surgery to repair a fractured left hamate bone. The 27-year-old was slashing just .136/.174/.341 through 47 plate appearances prior to the injury and offers little fantasy appeal despite the opportunity for an elevated role.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Nearing rehab games

    Chang (wrist) could resume his minor-league rehab assignment later this week, Mac Cerullo of the Boston Herald reports. Chang was pulled out of action at Triple-A Worcester earlier this month due to renewed soreness in his surgically-repaired left wrist, but he's made significant progress in recent days. Sidelined since late April, he could be an option again on the Red Sox infield before the All-Star break.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Moves to 60-day IL

    Chang (wrist) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Thursday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. He has not played since April 24, so the move to the 60-day IL doesn't necessarily affect his return date. However, Chang suffered a setback in his rehab a couple weeks ago and should be considered out indefinitely. Speedster David Hamilton was given his first call to the majors to provide infield depth.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Suffers setback

    The Red Sox won't activate Chang (wrist) from the 10-day injured list this week as anticipated after he experienced renewed soreness in his surgically repaired left hand, Alex Speier of The Boston Globe reports. Chang required surgery in late April to repair a fractured left hamate bone and experienced two setbacks while on a rehab assignment. The Red Sox are hopeful that he can get back into rehab games next week, but a timetable for his return now appears up in the air.
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  • Red Sox's Yu Chang: Returning Monday

    Chang (wrist) is expected to be activated from the 10-day injured list Monday, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. A hamate fracture in Chang's left wrist forced him onto the injured list in late April. He played one rehab game at Double-A in late June before a setback caused him to pause his assignment. Chang resumed playing with Triple-A Worcester on Tuesday and will likely get a few more at-bats in before returning Monday. The 27-year-old infielder was slashing .136/.174/.341 through 47 plate appearances before getting injured.
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