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Sep 22, 2022 0 1 0 0 2
Sep 21, 2022 0 0 0 0
Sep 20, 2022 0 1 0 0 1
Sep 15, 2022 1 0 0 0
Jul 10, 2022 1 0 0 0

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2022 261.2 5 4 3 .279
2021 .000
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Fantasy News

  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Garners start Thursday

    Moreno is in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Rays. Moreno has not appeared in a game since being brought back up earlier this month, but he will get a chance to play a full nine innings Thursday. He will line up behind the plate and hit eighth in Toronto's batting order.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Back up with Toronto

    Moreno was recalled from Triple-A Buffalo on Wednesday. Moreno made his major-league debut in mid-June and hit .296 with a double, four RBI and three runs over 18 games with the Blue Jays. The 22-year-old dealt with a thumb issue in early August but has been dominant since returning to the field, slashing .370/.443/.519 with a homer, five doubles, 11 runs, 10 RBI and a steal over his last 13 Triple-A games. While the Blue Jays also have Danny Jansen and Alejandro Kirk available behind the dish, Moreno remains one of the team's top prospects, and he should have a chance to carve out playing time in the big leagues over the final month of the regular season.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Raking at Triple-A

    Moreno is batting .484 (15-for-31) with four doubles, six RBI and seven runs over seven games for Triple-A Buffalo since returning to the lineup from a thumb injury. The 22-year-old hasn't homered, but he's otherwise been making a mockery of International League pitching since shaking off a sore right thumb. Moreno held his own in his first crack at the majors earlier this season, but with Danny Jansen and Alejandro Kirk both healthy at the big-league level, the Blue Jays' top catching prospect will have to wait a little longer before he gets another opportunity. It wouldn't be a surprise if Moreno is one of the team's September call-ups, however.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Back in action Sunday

    Moreno (thumb) returned to the lineup for Triple-A Buffalo on Sunday, Mitch Bannon of SI.com reports. Moreno has been held out due to the thumb injury for over a week, but he rejoined the Bisons' lineup Sunday. The 22-year-old has a .299/.369/.391 slash line with two home runs, 29 RBI and six stolen bases in 206 plate appearances at Triple-A this year.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Dealing with right thumb soreness

    Moreno hasn't played at Triple-A Buffalo since Aug. 5 due to right thumb soreness, Mitch Bannon of SI.com reports. Although Moreno hasn't been able to participate in games over the last week, he's been cleared to resume a hitting progression. The 22-year-old hasn't been placed on the injured list, so he should be considered day-to-day for now.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Optioned to Triple-A

    Moreno was optioned to Triple-A Buffalo on Tuesday, Keegan Matheson of MLB.com reports. With Danny Jansen (finger) being activated from the 10-day injured list Tuesday, Moreno no longer had a spot on the active roster and was optioned back down to Buffalo. In his first 58 career at-bats, the 22-year-old produced a .276 average with a double, four RBI and three runs. Moreno will remain a top candidate to be called up if either Alejandro Kirk or the aforementioned Jansen gets hurt moving forward.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Sitting again Sunday

    Moreno is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Yankees, Mike Wilner of the Toronto Star reports. The 22-year-old is hitting .421 with four RBI through his first five big-league games, but he'll take a seat Sunday for the second consecutive contest. Alejandro Kirk will move behind the plate in Moreno's place, while Teoscar Hernandez rests his legs as the designated hitter.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Riding pine Saturday

    Moreno isn't starting Saturday's game against the Yankees. Moreno started in the last two games and went 4-for-8 with two RBI. Alejandro Kirk is starting behind the dish while Cavan Biggio enters the lineup at first base Saturday.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Three hits in Tuesday's loss

    Moreno went 3-for-4 with two RBI in Tuesday's 6-5 loss to the Orioles. Batting eighth, the rookie catcher displayed his plus hit tool and drove in the first two runs of his big-league career. While Jorge Mateo did steal two bases off Moreno, marring his defensive performance somewhat, the pilfers can mostly be blamed on the slow delivery of Trevor Richards. Moreno has started three of four games since his promotion, going 4-for-11 with a 1:1 BB:K, and the Blue Jays appear intent on giving the 22-year-old every opportunity to lock down the starting job behind the plate, at least until Danny Jansen (finger) gets healthy.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Day off Monday

    Moreno isn't starting Monday against Baltimore. Moreno was called up by the Blue Jays on Saturday, and he went 1-for-7 with a run, a walk and a strikeout over his first two major-league games. Alejandro Kirk will start behind the dish while Raimel Tapia enters the lineup in left field Monday.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Gets call from Blue Jays

    Moreno was called up by the Blue Jays on Saturday. It was reported earlier in the week that Moreno would likely make his big-league debut at some point this weekend, and with him now on the active roster he is now in position to do so. It's unclear exactly what role Moreno will fill, but he is one of the top prospects in the league, so he figures to get ample opportunities to show what he can do.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Activation expected Saturday

    Moreno is expected to join the Blue Jays' active roster Saturday and will start behind the plate, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca reports. Moreno is with the big-league squad Friday but won't join the active roster right away. It looks as though he'll get the chance to carve out a role in the absence of Danny Jansen, and it wouldn't be a surprise if he hits the ground running, as he's widely considered one of the best prospects in the league. He'll still have to contend with Alejandro Kirk even in Jansen's absence, but Kirk is very much a bat-first backstop, so the two can co-exist if Kirk spends much of his time as the designated hitter.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Swats first Triple-A homer

    Moreno (elbow) went 4-for-5 with a walk, a double, a home run and three RBI for Triple-A Buffalo on Saturday. The Blue Jays' top fantasy prospect last started Thursday before getting hit by a pitch on his elbow, but Moreno looked 100 percent healthy Saturday and had another huge day at the plate. The long ball was his first in 29 games at Triple-A, including a cup of coffee at the level last year, but he boasts a .347/.407/.459 slash line through 108 plate appearances for Buffalo in 2022. Toronto doesn't have a big need for him behind the plate in the majors with Danny Jansen back in action, but a prolonged hot streak from Moreno could force the team's hand, especially if the front office is looking for someone to spark an offense that hasn't been meeting expectations this season.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Injury not serious

    Moreno's elbow injury was confirmed to be a minor one after tests Friday, Arden Zwelling of Sportsnet.ca reports. Moreno left his game with Triple-A Buffalo on Thursday after getting hit by a pitch, but imaging was negative Friday, and the Blue Jays don't appear to be overly concerned. He may have to wait a few days for swelling and soreness to subside, but the issue shouldn't significantly impact his push for a big-league roster spot.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Suffers elbow injury

    Moreno was removed in the top of the third inning of Triple-A Buffalo's game against Syracuse on Thursday due to an apparent left elbow injury, Keegan Matheson of MLB.com reports. Moreno was struck in his non-throwing elbow by a pitch during his first plate appearance of the day in the bottom of the first inning, but he stayed in the game and was back behind the plate for the second inning. However, he may not have felt quite right, as he was pulled from the contest just one frame later. The Blue Jays' top position prospect, Moreno entered Thursday with a .323/.376/.398 batting line over 101 plate appearances with Buffalo this season.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Hot start for Buffalo

    Moreno has hit safely in all four games so far for Triple-A Buffalo, going 7-for-18 (.389) with two doubles and a 1:2 BB:K. The 22-year-old is Toronto's top fantasy prospect, and Moreno is living up to the hype in the early going at Triple-A. The Blue Jays declined to bring him up for his big-league debut when Danny Jansen (oblique) landed in on the injured list, but if Moreno continues to be unchallenged by Triple-A pitching, it may not be long before he's pushing Jansen and Alejandro Kirk for playing time in the majors.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Optioned to Triple-A Buffalo

    Moreno was optioned to Triple-A Buffalo on Monday, Keegan Matheson of MLB.com reports. The catcher is ranked as the Blue Jays' top prospect but the team will opt to go with Danny Jansen and Alejandro Kirk as the primary options behind the plate to open the season. Moreno failed to play in any of the team's spring outings before being sent down Monday, but he hit .356 last year in 35 games between Double-A and Triple-A while adding eight long balls and 46 RBI.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Still working up to game speed

    It remains unclear when Moreno will return to game action, though he will get reps at catcher and third base this spring, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca reports. Moreno was delayed arriving to camp while awaiting a visa, though he has been working up to game speed across the last couple days. His work behind the plate will remain a priority, though he will also get reps around the infield. Third base is the most likely position for Moreno to add to his repertoire, as he appeared in two games at the position in the Arizona Fall League.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Will report to camp this week

    Moreno (visa issues) arrived in Dunedin, Fla. on Wednesday and is expected to join the Blue Jays' big-league camp Thursday, Scott Mitchell of TSN.ca reports. Securing a visa allowing Moreno to travel to the United States took longer than expected, but the 22-year-old catching prospect looks like he'll get the chance to work out with some of the Blue Jays' regulars for a few days before likely heading to minor-league camp. At this stage, Moreno's bat remains well ahead of his glove, which could prompt the Blue Jays to entertain a position change down the line. At least to begin the 2022 campaign, Moreno appears set to see most of his playing time behind the plate at Triple-A Buffalo. If he shows growth as a defender and continues to produce offensively like he did at Double-A New Hampshire in 2021 (1.092 OPS over 145 plate appearances), Moreno could be a candidate for a mid-season call-up, especially if the Blue Jays are struggling to get production out of the likes of Danny Jansen, Alejandro Kirk and Reese McGuire.
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  • Blue Jays' Gabriel Moreno: Delayed by visa troubles

    Moreno has yet to arrive at camp due to visa issues, but he's expected to show up by the end of the week, Scott Mitchell of TSN.ca reports. The 22-year-old catcher is an exciting prospect, but he probably wasn't going to compete for an Opening Day roster spot even without the visa delay. He's only appeared in three Triple-A games, so he'll need to conquer that level before pushing for his major-league debut.
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