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Jun 2, 2022 0 0 0 0
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May 30, 2022 1 1 1 1
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2022 592.2 12 7 17 5 .244
2021 120.5 4 1 1 7 .078
2020 762.4 13 8 17 4 .250
3y Avg. 43.51.6 9 4 9 7 .207
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Set for lengthy rehab

    Rios (hamstring) will spend at least two weeks on his rehab assignment, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Rios began a rehab assignment with the Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday and has tallied three plate appearances since. He's still a few weeks away from a return, with mid-August looking like a realistic goal for his activation. Rios hit .244/.293/.500 across 92 plate appearances prior to going down, though it's not clear how he'll fit into the Dodgers' plans upon his return.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Ready for rehab assignment

    Rios (hamstring) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday. He's scheduled to start at third base and bat second for the Triple-A club in what will mark his first game action since the Dodgers placed him on the injured list June 3 due to a torn hamstring. Rios was later transferred to the 60-day IL and thus isn't eligible for activation until next week, but if he incurs no setbacks during his rehab assignment, he could be ready to rejoin the Dodgers in close to the minimum amount of time. Unless the Dodgers are willing to install Gavin Lux as their full-time left fielder and play Max Muncy at second base more regularly, Rios may not have a regular path to starts at third base or designated hitter once he's reinstated from the IL.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Transferred to 60-day IL

    Rios (hamstring) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Wednesday. Rios sustained a right hamstring tear in early June and will be ineligible to return from the injured list until at least early August following Wednesday's transaction. A clear timetable for his return hasn't yet been revealed.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: To IL with hamstring tear

    Rios was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday with a right hamstring tear that will not require surgery, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. This is a pretty serious injury and manager Dave Roberts said it would be "a handful of weeks" before Rios would return to action, per J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News. Rios suffered the injury Thursday while running to first base. Eddy Alvarez was added to the roster in his place.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Sitting Friday

    Rios is not in Friday's lineup against the Mets. Even with a righty (Chris Bassitt) on the hill for New York, Rios will head to the bench to make way for Zach McKinstry at designated hitter. Rios is hitting .250 with two home runs and 14 strikeouts over his last 10 games.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Not starting Wednesday

    Rios isn't starting Wednesday against the Pirates. Rios started in the last 10 games and hit .250 with three homers, five runs, five RBI and four walks. Justin Turner will serve as the designated hitter while Hanser Alberto starts at third base Wednesday.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Flashes power again Monday

    Rios went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Monday's loss to Pittsburgh. Rios slugged a solo homer to left field in the sixth inning for his seventh long ball of the season. Six of those home runs have come in his past 15 games, and he has collected 15 RBI over that span as his playing time has increased. However, Rios has also struck out 24 times across 57 at-bats in the 15-game stretch, and he fanned three times Monday.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Connects on three-run shot

    Rios went 1-for-3 with a three-run home run, a walk and two total runs in Friday's 6-4 win versus Arizona. After both teams failed to score in the first inning, Rios gave Los Angeles an early lead with his three-run shot to right field in the second. The long ball was his fifth over his past 12 games and sixth overall on the campaign. Rios' hot bat has led to him seeing more playing time of late, and he's slashing .311/.354/.667 across 12 contests since May 9. He should be locked into a near-everyday role while Max Muncy (elbow) is on the injured list.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Drives in three

    Rios went 1-for-4 with a double and three RBI on Wednesday against the Pirates. Rios came to the plate with the bases loaded in the seventh inning and drove in all three runners with a double. He played in each of the team's three games in Pittsburgh and delivered two home runs, a double and seven RBI. With Chris Taylor (knee) back in action, Rios is likely to return to a minimal role, though he has shown the ability to produce when given the chance.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Belts third homer

    Rios went 3-for-5 with a home run, two runs scored and three RBI in Tuesday's 11-1 win over the Pirates. He took Beau Sulser deep in the seventh inning for a two-run shot, capping the scoring on the night for the Dodgers. It was Rios' first start since April 27, and despite a .310/.333/.621 slash line in 30 plate appearances with three homers, the 28-year-old will likely continue to struggle to earn consistent playing time in a loaded lineup.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Slugs solo homer

    Rios hit a solo home run in his only at-bat in Monday's loss to the Pirates. The Dodgers managed only four hits in the contest and were on the verge of being shut out until Rios went deep to center field off David Bednar in the ninth inning. The long ball was Rios' second of the campaign. He hasn't had many opportunities to play thus far, logging just 25 plate appearances over Los Angeles' first 27 games.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Belts first homer

    Rios went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Wednesday's 5-1 win over the Braves. Rios received his fourth start of the campaign and took advantage of the opportunity with a solo shot to right field in the fifth inning. The long ball was his first of the season and his first extra-base hit to go along with three singles. Each of Rios' starts thus far have come as a designated hitter.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Another start on tap

    Manager Dave Roberts said he expects to include Rios in the lineup at designated hitter in the Dodgers' series opener Monday versus Atlanta, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports. Roberts didn't specify which member of the Dodgers' star-studded everyday lineup will be sitting Monday, but Max Muncy and Justin Turner have primarily rotated between DH and third base this season, making one of the two the logical candidate to sit. Rios has picked up two starts at DH to date, going 2-for-8 with a run.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Roster spot confirmed

    Rios will make the Dodgers' Opening Day roster, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports. Previous reports indicated that Rios would likely begin the season in the big leagues, and that's now been confirmed. He doesn't seem to have a path to a starting role, but the Dodgers like to give their players' plenty of rest, so he should feature fairly often. That of course assumes he hits better than the .078/.217/.137 line he managed in 60 trips to the plate last season. If his 1.272 OPS through 10 spring games is any indication, that shouldn't be a problem. Rios is talented enough to earn more playing time as the season goes on.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Likely to begin year in majors

    Rios will likely begin the season on the major-league roster after Jake Lamb was reassigned to minor-league camp Sunday, David Vassegh of AM 570 LA Sports reports. Rios hit just .078 across 25 appearances with the Dodgers last year, but he has performed well in spring training by slashing .389/.522/.944 with three homers, a double, seven RBI, five runs and five walks across nine Cactus League games. He should take on a bench role while seeing some occasional playing time as an option in the corner infield and as a designated hitter.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Flashing power this spring

    Rios is slashing .438/.550/1.063 with three home runs, seven RBI and a 4:1 BB:K over 20 plate appearances in Cactus League play. Rios' power potential is no secret, but the 27-year-old's 2021 campaign was derailed by a shoulder injury that limited him to 60 plate appearances. He belted eight homers in only 76 at-bats for the Dodgers in 2020, however, and it appears that he has rediscovered his power stroke this spring now that he's back to full health. Rios isn't going to be an everyday player among a loaded group of Los Angeles hitters, but he could fill an important role off the bench while getting an occasional start at DH and the corner infield positions.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Hitting sixth, starting at third

    Rios (shoulder) is starting at third base and hitting sixth Saturday against the Mariners, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Rios was a popular breakout candidate in 2021, but shoulder issues limited him to 60 MLB plate appearances and he eventually needed surgery in May to address a partially torn labrum. Things are still pretty crowded on the Dodgers' depth chart, especially after the Freddie Freeman signing, but Rios could get time at designated hitter in addition to the infield corners.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Undergoes surgery

    Rios shared via an update on his personal Twitter account that he is recovering from recently performed shoulder surgery. As expected, Rios underwent surgery this week to repair a partially torn labrum in his right shoulder. He isn't expected to play again this season.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Requires surgery, out for season

    Rios will undergo surgery next week to address a partially torn labrum in his right shoulder and miss the rest of the season. The 27-year-old went 4-for-51 before landing on the injured list last week and won't retake the field in 2021. Rios will eventually move to the 60-day injured list and is expected to be ready for the start of spring training next year.
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  • Dodgers' Edwin Rios: Heads to injured list

    Rios was placed on the 10-day IL Wednesday with a right shoulder issue, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports. The backup infielder has struggled mightily at the plate, having gone 0-for-31 in his last 17 games. Pitcher Edwin Uceta will take Rios' roster spot.
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