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Aug 8, 2022 0 0 0 0 -0.5
Aug 6, 2022 0 0 0 0
Aug 3, 2022 0 0 0 0
Aug 2, 2022 0 0 0 0
Aug 1, 2022 1 1 1 1

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2022 24.51.4 6 3 5 5 .143
2021 79.52.2 15 5 11 16 2 .246
2020 162.52.8 37 11 28 34 5 .262
3y Avg. 972.6 21 7 17 18 2 .257
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Bound for Triple-A

    The Mariners optioned Lewis to Triple-A Tacoma on Wednesday. Lewis will surrender his spot on the 26-man active roster to Dylan Moore (back), who was reinstated from the 10-day injured list and offers more versatility off the bench due to his ability to play both the infield and outfield. Upon returning from a stint on the 7-day concussion IL on July 22, Lewis managed just four hits in 41 at-bats (.098 average) with the Mariners while striking out at a 39.1 percent clip. Lewis had already moved into a bench role last weekend, when Mitch Haniger came off the IL and replaced him as a lineup regular.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Losing playing time

    Lewis is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Angels. Lewis is on the bench for the third time in four games, with his downturn in opportunities coinciding with Mitch Haniger's return from the 60-day injured list Saturday. With Haniger expected to settle into a regular role in either right field or at designated hitter, Lewis and Carlos Santana could have to vie for one spot in Seattle's everyday lineup moving forward. Santana would seem to have the upper hand on playing time over Lewis, who is 4-for-40 with 17 strikeouts in 13 games since returning following the All-Star break from his own extended stay on the IL.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Sits for afternoon game

    Lewis is not in the lineup for the afternoon portion of Saturday's doubleheader against the Angels. Lewis finds himself on the bench for the second game in a row, though his fragile health track record means the Mariners were never likely to ask him to start both halves of Saturday's twin bill. Ty France will rest his legs as the designated hitter in Lewis' absence.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Sits amid slump

    Lewis is not in Friday's lineup against the Angels. Lewis is hitting .111 with one home run, 13 strikeouts and five walks in 12 games since coming off the injured list. Adam Frazier will start in right field while Abraham Toro starts at the keystone.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Slugs third homer Monday

    Lewis went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in a loss to the Yankees on Monday. The struggling slugger gave fantasy managers something to celebrate with his third homer, a 387-foot shot to left in the second inning that put Seattle on the board. Lewis' only other two homers during his injury-plagued season had come in consecutive games May 27-28, and Tuesday's blast served as his first extra-base hit in the 10 games he's played since the All-Star break.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Out of lineup Thursday

    Lewis isn't starting Thursday against Houston. Lewis started the last two games and went 1-for-6 with an RBI, a walk and four strikeouts. Dylan Moore is taking his place in right field and batting ninth.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Extends on-base streak Tuesday

    Lewis went 1-for-3 with an RBI single in a win over the Rangers on Tuesday, extending his second-half on-base streak to five games. Lewis is still on the hunt for his first extra-base hit since returning from an extended injured-list stint due to a concussion, but he's at least managed to be a constant presence on the basepaths since returning to action. The 27-year-old outfielder's talent and powerful bat will undoubtedly rectify the lack of impactful hits eventually, but for the time being, Lewis is at least tiding fantasy managers over after his prolonged absence.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Gets breather Monday

    Lewis isn't starting Monday against Texas. Lewis is out of the lineup for the second time in the last three games after he went 1-for-7 with a run, three walks and a strikeout over the last three matchups. Sam Haggerty is starting in right field and batting ninth.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Given how much of the past two seasons Lewis has lost to injuries (this year's include a torn meniscus and, more recently, a concussion), there's no telling what to expect from the 2020 AL Rookie of the Year. He's 1 for 7 with three walks and one strikeout since returning to the lineup Friday, and it's that newfound plate discipline that bears watching. Even though he took home the hardware in 2020, he stumbled down the stretch thanks to a strikeout rate near 30 percent, but he may have refined his approach during his time on the sidelines. Between two separate rehab assignments, his 11 walks vs. 12 strikeouts really stood out, and he also homered eight times in just 71 plate appearances.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Not in Saturday's lineup

    Lewis isn't starting Saturday against the Astros. Lewis returned to action Friday against Houston and went 0-for-3 with a walk. He'll get a breather while Sam Haggerty starts in right field and bats ninth.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Hitless in return

    Lewis (concussion) went 0-for-3 with a walk in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Astros. Lewis wasn't able to record a hit in his first game since May 29. The 27-year-old outfielder hit .261 with five home runs, 12 RBI, eight runs scored and a 6:6 BB:K in 10 contests during his rehab assignment, so he shouldn't need much time to find his timing at the plate. Friday was Lewis' fifth major-league contest this season, but he's already hit two homers in 20 plate appearances and should see regular playing time in right field if he can stay healthy.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Activated from IL

    Lewis (concussion) was activated from the 7-day injured list Friday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. As expected, Lewis is back on the Mariners' active roster for the first time since late May. In limited action this season, the outfielder has gone 4-for-15 with two homers, three RBI and three runs over four contests. Justin Upton elected free agency after he was optioned from the big-league roster Friday, clearing a spot for Lewis on the active roster.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Activation coming Friday

    Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto confirmed that Lewis (concussion) is on track to return from the 7-day injured list for Friday's series opener with the Astros, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. Unless Lewis suffers a setback in his recovery from the concussion in the next 24 hours, he looks like he'll be ready to play for the big club for the first time since late May. Before the All-Star break, Lewis wrapped up a 10-game rehab assignment between Triple-A Tacoma and High-A Everett, during which he slashed .261/.400/.913 with five home runs and six walks against six strikeouts. Upon returning from the IL, Lewis could take on a near-everyday role in right field, where utility men Sam Haggerty and Dylan Moore have been picking up most of the reps of late.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Could be back Friday

    Lewis (concussion) appeared in his 10th rehab game Sunday at Triple-A Tacoma and went 0-for-3 with a walk, a run and an RBI. Between stops at Tacoma and High-A Everett for his rehab assignment that began July 3, Lewis has gone 6-for-23 with five home runs and 6:6 BB:K. Lewis served as Tacoma's designated hitter in his most recent two starts, but he manned left field for five innings Friday and could end up seeing most of his time at the corner-outfield spot opposite Jesse Winker if he returns from the 7-day injured list coming out of the All-Star break. The Mariners have primarily leaned on the duo of Sam Haggerty and Dylan Moore in right field since Taylor Trammell (hamstring) joined Lewis on the IL.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Keeps thriving in rehab assignment

    Lewis (concussion) played five innings in left field during Triple-A Tacoma's win over Oklahoma City on Friday, going 1-for-3 with three-run home run. Lewis' stint on defense was his second during his rehab assignment and went an inning longer than his initial one Tuesday. The slugging outfielder also left the yard for the fifth time in the last six games, signaling that his timing at the plate is of no concern at this point in the process.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Momentous rehab game Tuesday

    Lewis (concussion) started in left field for the first time in his rehab assignment during Triple-A Tacoma's loss to Oklahoma City on Tuesday and also hit a home run for the fourth straight game in one of his two plate appearances. Lewis exited the game in the top of the fifth inning for a defensive replacement, but not before leaving the yard yet again via a fourth-inning solo shot to center field. The 27-year-old certainly appears to have his timing back at the plate after going 5-for-9 with four round trippers and seven RBI in his last four games, but the Mariners would likely want to see him play at least one full game in the field before activation is considered.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Slated for outfield work in rehab

    Lewis (concussion) is scheduled to shift his rehab assignment to Triple-A Tacoma this week and is expected to make regular starts in the outfield, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. According to Kramer, the Mariners have already ruled out activating Lewis from the 7-day injured list prior to the All-Star break, but the 26-year-old is trending toward being ready to go when the big club opens its second-half schedule July 22. Through the first five games of his rehab assignment -- which has included one game with Tacoma and four with High-A Everett -- Lewis has served exclusively as a designated hitter while going 4-for-10 with three home runs and two walks.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Hopes to return by end of July

    General manager Jerry Dipoto said Thursday that he hopes Lewis (concussion) will rejoin the major-league club before the end of July, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Although Lewis recently began a rehab assignment, Dipoto said that the 26-year-old's return from the 7-day injured list isn't yet imminent. Lewis has gone 0-for-3 with an RBI, a walk and two strikeouts while serving as a designated hitter over his first two rehab games with High-A Everett, but the Mariners want to see him get more work in the outfield before he's cleared to rejoin the major-league club.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Plays first two rehab games

    Lewis (concussion) went 0-for-3 with a walk and an RBI over his first two rehab games with Triple-A Tacoma and High-A Everett on Sunday and Monday. Lewis opened his rehab assignment up with the Rainiers on Sunday and logged two plate appearances as the designated hitter, and he served as the DH again for the AquaSox on Monday as he bumped down to a lower level of competition. The slugging outfielder's time in the minors is expected to last at least a few more games, as the Mariners would like to see him play multiple times in the outfield before activation is considered.
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  • Mariners' Kyle Lewis: Ready for rehab assignment

    Lewis (concussion) will join 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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