Last Game
Sun, Jul 3
vs Oakland Athletics (26-55)
  • T-Mobile Park
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AL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
51-27 8-2 W6
39-42 7-3 W2
37-40 5-5 L1
37-44 4-6 L3
26-55 3-7 L2

2022 Batting

STATS AVG
Batting Average
HR
Home Runs
RBI
Runs Batted In
OPS
On-base Plus Slugging
SB
Stolen Bases
Regular Season .267 2 3 .980 0

Top Kyle Lewis News

  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Ready for rehab assignment

    Lewis (concussion) has joined Triple-A Tacoma and is expected to begin a rehab assignment as soon as Sunday, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports.

    Lewis has resided on the 7-day injured list since June 1, so he'll need at least a handful of games in the minors to get his timing back at the plate following the month-plus absence. Manager Scott Servais said Sunday that Lewis will see a healthy dose of playing time in the outfield while on assignment, so the Mariners could view him as a potential replacement in right field for the injured Taylor Trammell (hamstring), who is without a clear timeline to return from the IL. Before sustaining the concussion, Lewis had made all four of his starts with Seattle this season as a designated hitter.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Progresses to sprint drills

    Lewis (concussion) took batting practice again Tuesday and added sprint drills out of the batter's box following his final swing of each round, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports.

    Lewis was also wearing elastic stretch bands on his right leg, which were designed to help him with his running form and ensure his surgically repaired knee remained elevated upon his initial burst. The slugging outfielder is unsure of a return date, and he noted he remained bedridden for the first week following his concussion due to his sensitivity to bright lights and loud sounds. However, the fact he's now consistently elevating his heart rate during baseball activities could be the final step before he's cleared for a minor-league rehab assignment.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Takes batting practice Monday

    Lewis (concussion) took batting practice ahead of Monday's game against the Orioles, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

    Lewis has been ramping up his baseball activities since mid-June, and his participation in batting practice Monday is certainly an encouraging sign. It's not yet clear when the Mariners expect the 26-year-old to return or whether he'll require a rehab assignment prior to being activated.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Ramps up activity

    Lewis (concussion) has ramped up baseball activities in recent days but remains without a firm return timetable, the Associated Press reports.

    Lewis' recovery from a concussion has been rather drawn out, as the slugging outfielder has been on the injured list since June 1. The fact Lewis remains without a timetable for his return underscores the unpredictable nature of head injuries, but he is reportedly showing gradual improvement.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Hasn't resumed baseball activities

    Manager Scott Servais said Friday that Lewis (concussion) hasn't yet resumed baseball activities, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports.

    Lewis has been working on his conditioning by riding a stationary bike recently, but he hasn't yet been cleared to ramp up his workload. Since Lewis has been sidelined for nearly two weeks due to his concussion, he'll require a rehab assignment before he's ultimately cleared to rejoin the Mariners.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Continues making progress

    Lewis (concussion) has begun working on his conditioning by ramping up his heart rate on a stationary bike, but he remains without a firm return date, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports.

    The uptick in activity is encouraging considering he's been experiencing prolonged concussion symptoms. However, Lewis has yet to resume any baseball activities, a step he'll naturally have to complete before activation is considered. Lewis is scheduled to be reassessed when the Mariners return home for a weekend series against the Red Sox.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Still managing concussion effects

    Manager Scott Servais said Saturday that Lewis is still dealing with concussion effects, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    Lewis was placed on the 7-day injured list Wednesday, and he hasn't yet been able to do any strenuous activity as the Mariners follow concussion protocols. It's not yet clear when the 26-year-old will be able to return to game action.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: On IL with concussion

    The Mariners placed Lewis (concussion) on the 7-day injured list Wednesday.

    Reports surfaced Tuesday that Lewis was out of the lineup for the second game in a row due to concussion-like symptoms, so his placement on the 7-day IL doesn't come as too much of a surprise. He'll be eligible to return from the IL on Sunday, but Lewis will first need to pass all neurological testing before he's cleared to resume playing. In a corresponding move, the Mariners activated Abraham Toro (shoulder) from the 10-day IL on Wednesday, and he could end up serving as the main replacement for Lewis in Seattle's everyday lineup.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Out of lineup Wednesday

    Lewis (head) is not in the lineup Wednesday versus the Orioles.

    Lewis will miss his third consecutive game Wednesday while dealing with concussion-like symptoms. Mike Ford will start at designated hitter and bat seventh as the Mariners take on Kyle Bradish and the Orioles.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Managing concussion-like symptoms

    Lewis, who is out of the lineup Tuesday in Baltimore, is dealing with some concussion-like symptoms, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    Lewis was struck in the shoulder by a pitch Saturday and had the ball ricochet and hit him in the head, and he's now being evaluated for concussion-like symptoms. The 26-year-old will be placed on the 7-day injured list if he's unable to pass the league's concussion protocol.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Sitting in second straight game

    Lewis (knee) is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game in Baltimore.

    Lewis was scratched from the lineup for Sunday's 2-1 loss to the Astros, with manager Scott Servais relaying afterward that the Mariners were playing the "long game" with the 26-year-old, who underwent knee surgery last June, per the Associated Press. Servais suggested that Lewis' absence Sunday was due to a desire not to have him play three days in a row, but with Lewis still on the bench after Monday's off day, it's worth wondering if he may have suffered a setback. Whatever the case, Jesse Winker will serve as the Mariners' designated hitter while Lewis is on the bench for the second game in a row.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Scratched from Sunday's lineup

    Lewis was scratched from the lineup for Sunday's game against the Astros for undisclosed reasons.

    Lewis was slated to bat sixth as the designated hitter Sunday, but he was removed from the lineup without an explanation. It's unclear whether or not the 26-year-old is dealing with an injury, but it's a worrisome situation given he's only four games into his return from the knee surgery he underwent in June of 2021.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Two hits in '22 debut

    Lewis (knee) went 2-for-4 in a loss to the Athletics on Tuesday, a game that marked his 2022 debut.

    Lewis finally logged major-league game action after completing his recovery from June 2021 knee surgery. The talented outfielder wasted no time breaking the ice at the plate after a productive rehab assignment with Triple-A Tacoma, and he should be a near-everyday fixture in the Mariners lineup moving forward barring any setbacks.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Batting seventh in return to action

    Lewis (knee) was activated off the injured list Tuesday and will bat seventh and serve as the designated hitter against Oakland, Larry Stone of the Seattle Times reports.

    The Mariners brought Lewis along cautiously as he finished his recovery from knee surgery, a procedure he underwent in June of last year, but he's ready to go after hitting .314/.415/.629 with three homers in 10 rehab games for Triple-A Tacoma. Expect him to appear frequently as the designated hitter early on to protect his health, though he could eventually find most of his work in an outfield corner, as Jesse Winker doesn't offer much on the defensive side.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Targeting Tuesday return

    Lewis (knee) won't join the team Monday as previously reported but is expected to arrive Tuesday, Corey Brock of The Athletic reports.

    The Mariners have been very careful with Lewis' rehabilitation, bringing him along slowly as he completes the final stages of his recovery from the right knee surgery he underwent last June. He'll be back one day later than previously reported, but it doesn't appear as though that's due to any sort of setback. He should play regularly once active, featuring frequently at the designated hitter spot to ease the strain on his knee.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Should be back by Monday

    The Mariners are expected to activate Lewis (knee) from the 10-day injured list no later than Monday, as his 20-day rehab assignment window will close Sunday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    After two straight off days, Lewis returned to the Triple-A Tacoma lineup with a bang Tuesday, going 2-for-4 with a home run, a double and five RBI. He's now supplied a 1.150 OPS in the first seven games of his rehab assignment and has played on back-to-back days on two occasions. Lewis has seen most of his starts as a designated hitter, so the Mariners may want to focus on getting him more exposure to the outfield in the final days of his rehab assignment. Once activated, Lewis should have a fairly clear path to a near-everyday role in the corner outfield or at DH.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Hitting well at Tacoma

    Lewis (knee), who went 2-for-4 with an RBI double and two runs in Triple-A Tacoma's win over Salt Lake on Sunday, is now hitting .353 (6-for-17) with two home runs and six RBI over his first four rehab games with the Rainiers.

    Lewis is slated to remain at Tacoma for the majority of the maximum 20 days he's allotted for the rehab process, but he already seems to be in mid-season form. The talented outfielder is approximately 11 months removed from June 2021 meniscus surgery and will bring a significant infusion of power to the Mariners lineup whenever he is deemed ready for activation.

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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: On extended rehab assignment

    General manager Jerry Dipoto confirmed Thursday that the Mariners will keep Lewis on his minor-league rehab assignment for the majority of the allotted 20 days, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

    Dipoto said that he expects Lewis, who began the rehab assignment Tuesday, to remain at Triple-A Tacoma for the next two-and-a-half to three weeks before making his Mariners debut in the second half of May. The Mariners' decision to ease Lewis along slowly isn't too surprising, given that he's faced a lengthy recovery from the meniscus surgery he underwent last June. Lewis has gone 3-for-7 with a home run and a walk between his first two rehab games and is expected to rotate between designated hitter and the outfield throughout his time at Tacoma. Once activated from the 10-day injured list, Lewis could push for a near-everyday role with Mitch Haniger (ankle) out indefinitely and Jarred Kelenic having struggled mightily through the first month of the season.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-4, 210 lbs
Birthplace: Snellville, GA
Age: 26
Experience: 2
Bats/Throws: R, R