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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Batting Average
2022 168.52.3 35 5 21 13 15 .256
2021 267.52.6 45 16 50 27 9 .267
2020 821.6 21 4 11 13 3 .226
3y Avg. 196.52.1 40 11 33 29 8 .234
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  • Yankees' Harrison Bader: Aiming for September return

    Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Tuesday that Bader (foot) is unlikely to make his return from the 10-day injured list until September, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Cashman's comments came after the Yankees acquired Bader from the Cardinals shortly before the trade deadline in exchange for starting pitcher Jordan Montgomery. Bader, who is currently confined to a walking boot while he recovers from plantar fasciitis in his right foot, projects as a potential upgrade in the outfield over Aaron Hicks, though Bader won't be a lock to be included in the Yankees' everyday lineup once healthy.
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  • Yankees' Harrison Bader: Shipped to Bronx

    Bader (foot) was traded from the Cardinals to the Yankees on Tuesday in exchange for Jordan Montgomery, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. Bader has been on the injured list since late June with plantar fasciitis in his right foot, but that didn't prevent the Yankees from bringing him in at the trade deadline. The 28-year-old is expected to be in a walking boot for another week or two, so he's unlikely to be available for his new team until at least late August. When healthy, Bader should man center field for New York, which will significantly improve the outfield defense and allow Aaron Judge to stay in right field.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: In walking boot

    Bader (foot) will be in a walking boot for 1-2 weeks, Katie Woo of The Athletic reports. Bader is slowing down his rehab after his follow-up appointment Wednesday, and he won't take part in any baseball activities while he's in a walking boot. Although the 28-year-old won't require surgery, it seems likely that he'll be sidelined until at least mid-to-late August.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Facing shutdown

    Bader (foot) is expected to be shut down for a matter of weeks, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. Bader has been dealing with plantar fasciitis in his right foot since late June, and he had a follow-up appointment Wednesday that confirmed his diagnosis but also revealed he won't require surgery. However, he'll need more time to rest and doesn't yet have a timetable to rejoin the Cardinals.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Doubtful for Toronto

    Bader (foot) is unlikely to be activated for next week's series in Toronto, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. He came through Friday's rehab game just OK, reporting soreness in his right foot the next day. He was scratched from Saturday's planned appearance, so Bader may have even experienced a slight setback. With the series in Toronto ruled out, the soonest he could return is July 29 in Washington.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Beginning rehab assignment

    Bader (foot) will begin a rehab assignment at Triple-A Memphis on Friday, Katie Woo of The Athletic reports. Bader has been on the injured list since late June due to plantar fasciitis in his right foot, and he progressed to light jogging shortly before the All-Star break. The 28-year-old has now been cleared to return to game action in the minors. Bader should be in the mix to rejoin the Cardinals next week.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Out through All-Star break

    Bader (foot) confirmed Thursday that he won't return from the 10-day injured list prior to the All-Star break, Jim Hayes of Bally Sports Midwest reports. Bader has resumed a running program in recent days, but he'll still need at least another week to recover from plantar fasciitis in his right foot. The Cardinals will likely re-evaluate Bader immediately following the break, at which point he could be ready to go out on a minor-league rehab assignment.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Progresses to light jogging

    Bader (foot) was able to do some light jogging on the field Sunday, John Denton of MLB.com reports. He'll repeat the activity Monday before potentially ramping up his running program if he experiences no renewed soreness in his right heel. Though Bader is already expected to remain out through the All-Star break, whether he returns before the end of July will likely come down to a matter of pain tolerance while he plays through plantar fasciitis.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Taking part in light activities

    Bader (foot) is taking part in baseball activities, according to Katie Woo of The Athletic. While it's good to see Bader up on his feet, he has only taken some swings and gotten in light on-field work, and he is not yet on the verge of a rehab assignment. As such, it does not appear he will come off the injured list when first eligible Thursday.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Shelved with plantar fasciitis

    The Cardinals placed Bader on the 10-day injured list Monday due to plantar fasciitis in his right foot. Though Bader started all three of games of the Cardinals' weekend series with the Cubs and wasn't forced to exit early at any point, he's been playing through plantar fasciitis in the foot since spring training, according to Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat. Bader doesn't have any imminent plans to have a procedure to current the issue, but it's apparently bothersome enough that he'll have to head to the IL, where he'll join fellow outfielders Tyler O'Neill (hamstring) and Corey Dickerson (calf). The Cardinals called up Conner Capel from Triple-A Memphis to add a healthy body to the outfield, but the trio of Lars Nootbaar, Dylan Carlson and Brendan Donovan could be manager Oliver Marmol's preferred outfield configuration while Bader is on the shelf. The 28-year-old Bader currently ranks tied for sixth in the majors with 15 stolen bases on the season.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Resting Thursday

    Bader will sit Thursday against the Brewers, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. Bader will get a day off after starting nine straight games, going 9-for-34 with three extra-base hits, two RBI, four runs and a stolen base in those contests. Dylan Carlson will slide over to center field while Lars Nootbaar enters the lineup in right for Thursday's series finale.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Posts 15th steal

    Bader went 1-for-3 with an RBI, a stolen base and a walk in Sunday's 6-4 loss to the Red Sox. Bader had been caught stealing in his last two attempts, but he ended that skid Sunday with his first theft since June 3. The outfielder also extended his hitting streak to six games, a span in which he's gone 9-for-23 (.391). Overall, the everyday center fielder is slashing .271/.315/.391 with 15 steals, five home runs, 21 RBI and 34 runs scored across 65 contests.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: On bench Monday

    Bader isn't starting Monday against Pittsburgh, Katie Woo of The Athletic reports. Bader will get a breather after he went 0-for-11 with a walk and three strikeouts over the last four games. Dylan Carlson is shifting to center field while Juan Yepez takes over in right.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Briefly benched Saturday

    Bader was removed from Saturday's win over the Reds to begin the seventh inning after displaying what Cardinals manager Oliver Marmol described as a lack of hustle, Ben Frederickson of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Dylan Carlson shifted to center field while Juan Yepez took over in right for the final few innings. It's not clear what Bader did to prompt the benching, as he didn't even come to the plate in the bottom of the sixth, but Marmol indicated after the game he'd had a productive talk with the 28-year-old, and that he wouldn't face any further discipline. Expect Bader to be back in the starting nine Sunday for the series finale.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Reaches base three times

    Bader went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a walk in Tuesday's 4-2 extra-inning loss to the Rays. Bader tied the game at 1-1 with an RBI single in the eighth inning. The outfielder has been excellent to begin June, posting multiple hits in five of seven games. The surge has lifted his season slash line to .276/.318/.395 with 14 stolen bases, five home runs, 19 RBI and 30 runs scored through 198 plate appearances. After some early struggles, his speed on the basepaths and steady hitting of late have strengthened his grip on the starting job in center field.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Not in lineup for matinee

    Bader isn't starting the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Cubs, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. Bader will get a breather after he went 4-for-9 with a homer, four runs, two RBI and a stolen base over the first two games of the series. Lars Nootbaar is starting in center field and batting seventh.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Swats fifth homer

    Bader went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and an additional run scored in Thursday's loss to Chicago. Bader scored the Cardinals' first run in the third inning, and he gave the team a murmur of hope with a two-run homer in the ninth frame that halved a four-run deficit. The center fielder has collected at least one hit in nine of his past 10 games, slashing .308/.308/.487 over that stretch. He has been a solid fantasy contributor with five home runs, 17 RBI, 25 runs and 13 stolen bases along with a .256/.301/.378 slash line on the campaign.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Starting Monday

    Bader is back in the lineup Monday, starting in center field and batting ninth as the Cardinals take on the Padres, Katie Woo of The Athletic reports. Bader will return to the lineup after missing Sunday's loss to the Brewers with a minor illness. The center fielder has a six-game hitting streak, batting .333 with a homer, four RBI, four runs and two stolen bases over those contests. The hot stretch has raised his batting average from .240 to .255 while his 13 stolen bases are tied for the second most in the league.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Out with minor illness

    Cardinals manager Oliver Marmol said Bader is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Brewers due to "stuffiness" and cold-like symptoms, John Denton of MLB.com reports. The team hasn't revealed whether Bader has been tested for COVID-19, but at this stage, the Cardinals don't believe his illness is viral in nature. Lars Nootbaar will fill in in center field in place of Bader, who leads the National League with13 stolen bases on the campaign.
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  • Cardinals' Harrison Bader: Steals two bases

    Bader went 2-for-3 with a run scored and two steals in Friday's 4-2 win over Milwaukee. Bader singled and stole second base in both the third and seventh innings. The 27-year-old is up to 13 steals this season, moving him into a tie with Seattle's Julio Rodriguez for the MLB lead. Over his last eight games, Bader is 11-for-29 (.379) with four stolen bases and four runs scored.
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