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Aug 13, 2022 1 0 0 1
Aug 12, 2022 2 1 0 1 5
Aug 10, 2022 2 1 0 0 2.5
Aug 9, 2022 2 3 1 1 10.5
Aug 8, 2022 1 0 0 0 0.5

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2022 381.53.5 70 22 48 97 6 .255
2021 585.53.9 111 29 95 145 9 .313
2020 2214.7 39 13 37 41 6 .351
3y Avg. 4634 87 25 81 98 9 .303
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Goes yard in win

    Soto went 2-for-3 with a solo home run, two additional runs scored, a double and a walk in Tuesday's 7-4 win over the Giants. The fourth-inning homer tied the game at 1-1, and it was Soto's first long ball as a Padre. Soto also doubled in the sixth and walked in the ninth, scoring both times. The superstar outfielder has hit safely in six of seven games since he was traded to San Diego, going 8-for-23 (.348). He's up to a .252/.413/.496 slash line with 22 long balls, 47 RBI, 68 runs scored and six stolen bases in 108 contests overall.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: One hit in Padres debut

    Soto went 1-for-3 with a pair of walks and a run in a 9-1 victory versus Colorado on Wednesday. It was a quiet but effective San Diego debut for Soto, who reached based three times but had the spotlight somewhat stolen when fellow new acquisition Brandon Drury slugged a grand slam in the first inning. The Padres cruised to an easy win in the contest, with the offense looking inspired perhaps simply by Soto's presence in the lineup. The superstar outfielder has reached base 12 times over his past four games -- nine times via walk.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Headed to San Diego

    The Padres acquired Soto and Josh Bell from the Nationals on Tuesday, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports. Washington will receive first baseman Luke Voit, infielder CJ Abrams, left-hander MacKenzie Gore (elbow), outfielders James Wood and Robert Hassell and right-hander Jarlin Susana, according to Jeff Passan of ESPN.com. San Diego will cough up a significant package of prospects to secure the services of Soto, who became the most sought-after player ahead of Tuesday's trade deadline after he recently declined the Nationals' reported 15-year, $440 million contract extension offer. The Padres are seemingly hopeful they can work out a long-term pact with Soto, but at least for the remainder of the season, the two-time All-Star will give the Friars lineup a significant lift as the team looks to make its first deep playoff run since 1998. Soto is unlikely to arrive in San Diego in time to play in either game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Rockies, but he could make his debut Wednesday.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Homers on eve of trade deadline

    Soto went 1-for-1 with a solo home run, an additional run, a stolen base and three walks in a loss to the Mets on Monday. Soto showed why Washington is demanding a huge haul in any potential deal for him leading up to Tuesday's trade deadline, as he reached base in all four of his plate appearances and crushed his 21st homer of the campaign off future Hall of Famer Max Scherzer. The All-Star outfielder also swiped his sixth bag of the season and threw out a runner at home plate. This may have been Soto's final game as a National if he gets traded before Tuesday's deadline -- of course, there's a real possibility that Washington won't find any team willing give up the assets necessary to attain a 23-year-old megastar under team control for two more seasons.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Claims Home Run Derby crown

    Soto defeated the Mariners' Julio Rodriguez with 19 home runs in the final round of Monday's All-Star Game Home Run Derby. Soto recently turned down a reported 15-year, $440 million contract extension offer from the Nationals, but he'll pocket $1 million for his narrow victory in the Home Run Derby over Rodriguez, who led all derby participants with 81 home runs, including 18 in the final round. At 23 years and 266 days old, Soto became the second-youngest champion in the event's history, trailing only the Rangers' Juan Gonzalez, who took home the crown in 1993 at 23 years and 265 days old.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Belts homer No. 20

    Soto went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Sunday's win over Atlanta. He gave the Nationals an insurance run by taking Tyler Matzek deep in the eighth inning. Soto heads into the All-Star break, and a spot in the Home Run Derby, with 20 homers on the season including six in July -- a month in which he's slashing .409/.567/.864 with 11 RBI and 14 runs in 15 games.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Big day wasted in twin bill

    Soto went 2-for-6 with three walks, two home runs and four RBI across both games of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Mariners. The Nationals dropped both ends of the twin bill but Soto made things interesting in both contests with ninth-inning homers -- a three-run blast in the matinee and a solo shot in the nightcap. The 23-year-old has hit safely in seven straight games and gone yard in four of the last five, with the surge boosting his slash line on the year to .245/.402/.490 with 19 homers, five steals, 41 RBI and 54 runs through 87 contests. Despite a disappointing start to the season, Soto seems poised for massive numbers after the All-Star break as he rounds into form.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Mashes 16th homer

    Soto went 2-for-3 with a walk and a two-run home run in Friday's 12-2 rout at the hands of Atlanta. He supplied all the Nationals' offense with a third-inning shot off Charlie Morton. Soto is coming to life at the plate, reeling off three straight multi-hit performances and batting .405 (15-for-37) over his last 13 games with four doubles and two homers. Despite that hot streak, the 23-year-old is still only slashing .239/.392/.463 on the season with 16 long balls, five steals, 36 RBI and 49 runs through 83 contests.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Back in right field Thursday

    Soto, who served as Washington's designated hitter in Wednesday's 3-2 win, will pick up a start in right field and bat second in Thursday's series finale in Philadelphia, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. After Soto missed the Nationals' first two games of the week with a tight left calf, he was eased back into the lineup in a non-defensive role while the team's normal DH, Nelson Cruz, sat out with a stomach-related illness. Cruz is back in action Thursday, and the Nationals evidently came away from Wednesday's contest encouraged that Soto's mobility won't be compromised as he makes his way back into the outfield. Soto was his typical productive self at the plate Wednesday, finishing 2-for-3 with a walk and a run.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Back in lineup Wednesday

    Soto (calf) is starting Wednesday's game against the Phillies. Soto felt good after doing some running and agility drills ahead of Wednesday's matchup, so he's been cleared to serve as the designated hitter after missing the last two games with a calf injury. Over his last 10 games, the 23-year-old has slashed .346/.541/.615 with a homer, four doubles, eight runs and two RBI.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Out again Tuesday

    Soto (calf) is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game in Philadelphia, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. Soto will be on the bench for the second straight game while he recovers from the left calf injury, though the fact that he was able to make a pinch-hit appearance in Monday's 3-2 loss bodes well for his chances of avoiding a trip to the injured list. The Nationals will run out an outfield consisting of Ehire Adrianza, Victor Robles and Lane Thomas in Tuesday's contest.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Not starting Monday

    Soto (calf) isn't starting Monday's game against Miami. Soto underwent an MRI that came back clean after he exited Sunday's matchup against Miami, but he said Monday that he's still feeling a little tight. He's considered day-to-day for now, but Lane Thomas will shift to right field while Victor Robles starts in center.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Diagnosed with left calf tightness

    Soto was removed from Sunday's game against the Marlins due to left calf tightness, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. Soto was initially believed to be dealing with a left hamstring injury after leaving Sunday's matchup in the top of the fifth inning, but his injury is now classified as a calf issue. The 23-year-old is receiving an MRI and will be re-evaluated Monday. A better idea of his status should come into focus once the results of his examination are known.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Dealing with left hamstring issue

    Soto's departure from Sunday's game against the Marlins is believed to be the result of a left hamstring injury, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports. He walked in both of his plate appearances prior to exiting in the top of the fifth inning. Soto appeared to initially hurt his hamstring when he bumped into the outfield wall while pursuing Bryan De La Cruz's leadoff double in the third inning, then may have aggravated the issue when he was caught in a rundown in the bottom of the fourth. Dougherty suggests that Soto may have been lifted from the contest as a matter of precaution, but Nationals manager Dave Martinez will likely shed more light on the matter following Sunday's contest. The Nationals will have a quick turnaround for Monday's series finale, which begins at 11:05 a.m. ET.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Leaves with apparent leg injury

    Soto was removed in the top of the fifth inning of Sunday's game against the Marlins due to an apparent left leg injury, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. He walked in both of his plate appearances before departing. Per Zuckerman, Soto initially looked to be dealing with some pain in the leg after he ran into the outfield wall while tracking down Bryan De La Cruz's leadoff double in the third inning. He then appeared to have aggravated the injury when he was involved in a rundown after reaching base on his second walk of the afternoon in the fourth inning. Lane Thomas came off the bench to replace Soto, who should be considered day-to-day until the Nationals provide an update on the nature of his injury.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Solo shot in loss

    Soto went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Marlins. Soto launched a solo home run in the sixth inning to get the Marlins' lead down to one, but it was not enough to spur the Nationals to a win. It was his 15th home run of the year and his first since June 19. The young star has struggled mightily this season, with his batting average sitting at .226, but he has performed well lately. Since June 24, Soto has played in eight games and has at least one hit in each.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: On base five times Sunday

    Soto went 1-for-1 with four walks and two runs scored in Sunday's win over the Rangers. Texas refused to let the 23-year-old slugger beat them, but the Nationals still took advantage as Josh Bell and Nelson Cruz combined for five hits and four RBI hitting behind Soto. Soto has reached base in eight straight games thanks to nine free passes but is hitting only .200 (5-for-25) over that stretch, and his .218 batting average on the season is over 70 points lower than his career mark.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Blasts 14th home run of season

    Soto went 1-for-5 with a three-run homer and a strikeout during Sunday's 9-3 win over the Phillies. Soto returned from a two-game absence Thursday against Philadelphia but went just 1-for-14 with a run, three walks and two strikeouts over the four matchups leading up to Sunday's series finale. However, he bounced back with a second-inning homer off Zach Eflin on Sunday, marking the 14th time this season that he's gone yard. Over his last 15 games, the 23-year-old has slashed .185/.343/.481 with five homers, 15 RBI, nine runs and a stolen base.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: In Thursday's lineup

    Soto (knee) is starting in right field and hitting third Thursday against the Phillies. He hadn't seen the field since being removed from Monday's game with right knee soreness, but he'll rejoin the lineup for Thursday's series opener. Soto is hitting .186/.352/.488 with four home runs and one steal through 43 at-bats in June.
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  • Nationals' Juan Soto: Sitting again Wednesday

    Soto (knee) is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against Atlanta, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. Soto was previously expected to be in the lineup for Wednesday's contest, but he'll end up being held out for the second straight game due to right knee soreness. It's not believed to be a serious issue as X-rays came back negative, and the Nationals may simply be exercising additional caution with their star outfielder in an attempt to avoid aggravating the injury. Lane Thomas will again shift to right field while Victor Robles starts in center.
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