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Oct 2, 2022 2 0 0 1
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Sep 29, 2022 1 1 0 2 5
Sep 25, 2022 2 1 0 2 7
Sep 18, 2022 0 0 0 0

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2022 631 14 1 15 8 .234
2021 118.51.4 23 9 29 13 .225
2020 58.51.4 7 2 18 18 .195
3y Avg. 118.51.5 21 8 28 23 .204
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Drives in two

    O'Hearn went 2-for-3 with a double, a walk, two RBI and a run scored in Sunday's 13-12 win over the Mariners. O'Hearn has seen his playing time drop even more since rosters expanded at the start of September -- he's started in just four contests this month. Despite the inconsistent playing time, he's been solid, going 7-for-22 (.318) in his last 10 contests. He hadn't driven in a run since Aug. 22 before his two-run double in the sixth inning Sunday. O'Hearn has a .230/.285/.310 slash line with one home run, five doubles, 13 RBI and 13 runs scored through 137 plate appearances.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Collects two hits

    O'Hearn went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored in Monday's 6-4 win over the White Sox. O'Hearn hadn't been in the lineup since July 28, but he got the start at designated hitter Monday. The Royals have opted to give playing time to a large number of rookies since the trade deadline, so O'Hearn remains little more than a bench bat at this point in the season. The 29-year-old is slashing .223/.282/.309 with one home run, 11 RBI and eight runs scored through 103 plate appearances, though he has hit safely in three of the last five games in which he's recorded an at-bat.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Three hits in loss

    O'Hearn went 3-for-4 in Wednesday's 4-0 loss to the Angels. This was O'Hearn's first game since the All-Star break, and he turned in his first multi-hit effort of the season, all of which were singles. The 29-year-old remains firmly in a bench role for now, though the Royals are expected to trade away some veterans before next Tuesday's trade deadline. That could open up some extra playing time for O'Hearn, though it's more likely the team opts to give prospects a look at the major-league level instead. The veteran owns a meager .207/.258/.280 slash line with one home run, 10 RBI and six runs scored through 89 plate appearances.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Back in bench role

    O'Hearn remains out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Angels. O'Hearn made four consecutive starts in right field during the Royals' series in Toronto to close out the first half, but he's predictably faded back into a bench role coming out of the All-Star break with Kansas City having since returned 10 players from the restricted list. He'll be on the bench for the fourth game in a row, with Hunter Dozier having since taken over as Kansas City's everyday right fielder.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Primed for expanded role in Toronto

    O'Hearn will start in right field and bat fifth in Thursday's game against the Blue Jays. With six of the Royals' options in the outfield (Andrew Benintendi, Michael Taylor, Whit Merrifield, Kyle Isbel, Hunter Dozier and MJ Melendez) all landing on the restricted list Thursday and ineligible to play in the four-game series in Toronto due to their vaccination statuses, O'Hearn should be a fixture in the lineup this weekend. Toronto is expected to bring four right-handed starting pitchers to the hill, which should lessen the possibility of the lefty-hitting O'Hearn exiting the starting nine. Despite having held down a spot on the active roster all season, O'Hearn has logged just 71 plate appearances through 88 games and is slashing .182/.225/.242.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Provides two RBI in nightcap

    O'Hearn went 1-for-4 with two RBI in a 7-3 win over the Tigers in the second game of Monday's doubleheader. O'Hearn went 0-for-2 in the matinee game, but he was able to supply some offense in the nightcap. The 28-year-old had gone 0-for-9 across his previous seven games before starting both of Monday's contests in right field. With Whit Merrifield (toe) out, O'Hearn could be in contention for a little more playing time in right field, though Edward Olivares and Kyle Isbel are most likely to play there. O'Hearn has slashed .182/.225/.242 with a home run, nine RBI and four runs scored through 71 plate appearances, so he's still little more than a depth player.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Clutch hit off bench

    O'Hearn went 1-for-1 with an RBI double in Saturday's 2-0 win over the Athletics. O'Hearn hit for Emmanuel Rivera and knocked in the game's first run in the seventh inning. While he's yet to start a game in June, O'Hearn has gone 2-for-5 in a pinch-hitting role. His last start was May 27, and it doesn't appear his path to playing time will get any easier as long as the Royals' preferred starting nine are healthy, as manager Mike Matheny doesn't utilize many platoons. O'Hearn is slashing .216/.268/.294 with a home run, seven RBI, four runs scored and a double in 56 plate appearances overall.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Seeing little playing time

    O'Hearn has drawn just nine starts since the beginning of May. The Royals' flexible lineup hasn't opened up many chances for playing time for O'Hearn. The 28-year-old also hasn't done much to earn a longer look in the lineup, hitting just .191/.250/.255 with a home run, five RBI and four runs scored through 52 plate appearances. While Carlos Santana appears set to lose his starting role at first base, Hunter Dozier and MJ Melendez are the most likely to benefit with more stable spots in the lineup, with O'Hearn remaining in a bench role.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Homers as pinch hitter

    O'Hearn hit a two-run home run as a pinch hitter in Friday's 14-10 win over the Rockies. O'Hearn provided a little extra insurance with his first homer of the year in the eighth inning. The 28-year-old has added five RBI and two runs scored through 29 plate appearances. He saw a bit more playing time when Carlos Santana (ankle) was out, but the latter is a switch hitter likely to command much of the playing time at first base going forward. O'Hearn will likely have to compete with Hunter Dozier, Emmanuel Rivera and MJ Melendez to draw starts as the designated hitter.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Sits against lefty

    O'Hearn is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Rangers, Alec Lewis of The Athletic reports. With southpaw Taylor Hearn on the hill for Texas, the lefty-hitting O'Hearn will give way in the lineup to the righty-hitting Emmanuel Rivera, who came off the bench to replace him in Wednesday's 8-2 win and provided a three-run triple in his lone at-bat. O'Hearn should still find himself in the large side of a platoon at first base or designated hitter until Carlos Santana (ankle) is ready to return from the injured list.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: On bench Tuesday

    O'Hearn is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Rangers. O'Hearn had started at first base or designated hitter in four of the Royals' last five games, going 2-for-13 with two RBI and a run. With a southpaw (Martin Perez) on the mound for Texas, the lefty-hitting O'Hearn will cede his spot in the lineup to the righty-hitting Emmanuel Rivera, who will handle DH duties.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Takes seat for nightcap

    O'Hearn isn't starting the second game of Sunday's doubleheader against the Orioles. O'Hearn drew his third consecutive start in Sunday's matinee, and he went 0-for-3 with an RBI and a strikeout. Hunter Dozier will start at first base while Salvador Perez serves as the designated hitter.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Gets third straight start

    O'Hearn will start at designated hitter and bat cleanup in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader with the Orioles, Anne Rogers of MLB.com reports. O'Hearn will stay in the lineup for the third game in a row, and at least against right-handed pitching, he looks like he'll be the primary replacement for Carlos Santana (ankle), who was recently placed on the 10-day injured list. Over his prior two starts, O'Hearn went 1-for-7, with his single in Tuesday's 7-1 win over the Cardinals representing his first hit of the season.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Back on bench

    O'Hearn is on the bench for Sunday's game against the Mariners. O'Hearn will bow out of the lineup after going 0-for-2 with a walk while making his first start of the season in Saturday's 13-7 loss. Even though he's been with the Royals since Opening Day, O'Hearn has been one of MLB's least-used bench players. He's seen action in only four of the Royals' first 13 games while logging seven plate appearances in total.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Back in action Thursday

    O'Hearn (groin) will bat third while serving as the Royals' designated hitter in Thursday's Cactus League game against the Giants. O'Hearn's return to the lineup supports the notion that the Royals' decision to remove him from Tuesday's game against the Mariners was mostly a matter of caution while he dealt with a left groin injury. The 28-year-old has enjoyed a red-hot spring with 10 hits -- including a pair of home runs -- across 20 at-bats.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Picks up groin issue

    O'Hearn left Tuesday's Cactus League game with a left groin injury and is considered day-to-day. O'Hearn's removal from the contest was labeled a precaution, so it doesn't appear to be a serious injury. Still, any injury this close to Opening Day is noteworthy, and he'll have just over a week to get back on the field before the start of the regular season April 7.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Avoids arbitration

    O'Hearn signed a one-year, $1.3 million contract with the Royals on Tuesday, avoiding arbitration, Lynn Worthy of The Kansas City Star reports. O'Hearn is expected to serve in a utility role with time at first base, right field and designated hitter in 2022. The 28-year-old posted a mediocre .225/.268/.369 slash line with nine home runs, 29 RBI and 23 runs scored in 84 games last season.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Playing time continues to slip

    O'Hearn remains on the bench Tuesday against Cleveland. O'Hearn has filled a regular role at times this season, but he doesn't appear to have one now, as he's started just one of the team's last six games. The Royals appear to be going with eight everyday starters while rotating players through their ninth lineup spot, with O'Hearn seemingly slipping behind Kyle Isbel and Hanser Alberto for that role. O'Hearn owns a .624 OPS on the season, the third straight season he's been at or below .650 in that category, so he's not making a strong case for everyday at-bats.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: On bench Game 2

    O'Hearn is out of the lineup for Game 2 of Monday's doubleheader against Cleveland, Joel Goldberg of Bally Sports Kansas City reports. O'Hearn went 0-for-3 with a strikeout during Game 1 and will return to the bench for the nightcap. It's the fourth time in the past five games the 28-year-old finds himself on the bench, which is likely in part due to the fact he's 3-for-23 through 12 games in September.
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  • Royals' Ryan O'Hearn: Still sitting Sunday

    O'Hearn is out of the lineup Sunday against the Mariners, Joel Goldberg of Bally Sports Kansas City reports. O'Hearn is on the bench for the third consecutive game as Salvador Perez receives a day off from behind the plate to serve as the designated hitter. O'Hearn is 3-for-23 through 12 games in September and may receive inconsistent opportunities down the stretch.
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