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Team W-L L10 STRK
47-38 5-5 L1
40-40 3-7 L4
39-41 6-4 W1
34-47 6-4 W4
29-50 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 .250 0 2 .568 0

Top Adam Haseley News

  • White Sox's Adam Haseley: Heads back to Triple-A

    Haseley was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte on Monday.

    Haseley worked as a reserve outfielder for the big club for the past several weeks, but he will head back to Charlotte to open up a roster spot for fellow outfielder Adam Engel.

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  • White Sox's Adam Haseley: Appears in third straight game

    Hasely (illness) went 1-for-1 with an RBI single as a pinch hitter in Sunday's 13-4 win over the Giants.

    Haseley was a pinch runner Friday and has now pinch hit in two straight contests, so it appears his illness-related absence has come to a close. The 26-year-old is still unlikely to command much playing time as a depth outfielder. He is batting .250 (5-for-20) with three walks in 11 games this season. Haseley could be at risk of losing his spot on the 26-man roster once Eloy Jimenez (hamstring) or Adam Engel (hamstring) is activated from the injured list.

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  • White Sox's Adam Haseley: Out Sunday with illness

    White Sox manager Tony La Russa said Haseley is feeling under the weather and won't be available to start in Sunday's game against the Orioles, Vinnie Duber of AllCHGO.com reports.

    Haseley had been in line to receive a start in left field Sunday while regular starter AJ Pollock received a routine off day, but the illness prevented Haseley from cracking the lineup. Instead, Josh Harrison will pick up his first start of the season in the outfield with both Pollock and Haseley on the bench.

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  • White Sox's Adam Haseley: Tallies first RBI

    Haseley went 1-for-4 with an RBI on Wednesday against Toronto.

    Haseley started for the third time since being called up Sunday, hitting eighth while playing left field. He delivered his first RBI of the season on a fielder's choice in the eighth inning after logging a single in the previous frame. Haseley could see steady playing time in the short term if Luis Robert (leg) and Adam Engel (hamstring) -- both currently day-to-day -- are forced to miss further time.

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  • White Sox's Adam Haseley: Called up, starting Sunday

    The White Sox recalled Haseley from Triple-A Charlotte ahead of Sunday's series finale in Houston, LaMond Pope of the Chicago Tribune reports. He'll start in right field and bat ninth.

    Haseley is back with the big club for the first time since late April after he earned another look with Chicago by slashing .297/.355/.542 with 20 extra-base hits and 11 stolen bases in his 39 games upon returning to Triple-A. The White Sox could give Haseley a short-term look against right-handed pitching as a starter in the outfield or at designated hitter, but he'll likely fade into a reserve role as soon as Eloy Jimenez (hamstring) is cleared to return from the 10-day injured list.

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  • White Sox's Adam Haseley: Sent back to minors

    The White Sox optioned Haseley to Triple-A Charlotte on Tuesday.

    Even with Eloy Jimenez (hamstring) recently landing on the 10-day injured list with a long-term injury and with Luis Robert (groin) considered day-to-day, Haseley still likely found himself behind AJ Pollock, Andrew Vaughn, Adam Engel, Gavin Sheets and Leury Garcia for work in the outfield. Haseley didn't help his case for sticking around in Chicago by going 2-for-10 at the dish following his promotion from Triple-A on April 19. The White Sox reinstated reliever Matt Foster (personal) from the family medical leave list in a corresponding move.

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  • White Sox's Adam Haseley: Earns walk in only plate appearance

    Haseley registered a walk in his only plate appearance in the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader versus the White Sox.

    Haseley was called up from Triple-A Charlotte to serve as the 29th man for the doubleheader and made his season debut when he replaced Adam Engel in right field during the bottom of the sixth inning. The 26-year-old lefty outfielder only drew one plate appearance during the blowout, but he showed off solid discipline and earned a walk. He'll stick around on the big-league roster for now, as Jimmy Lambert was optioned to Triple-A after the twin bill.

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  • White Sox's Adam Haseley: Returning for doubleheader

    The White Sox will call Haseley up from Triple-A Charlotte and have him serve as the 29th man for Wednesday's doubleheader against the Guardians, LaMond Pope of the Chicago Tribune reports.

    Haseley failed to earn an Opening Day roster spot after being acquired from the Phillies in late March. He hasn't done much through 10 games for Charlotte, slashing .211/.302/.237. He'll likely be merely an extra option off the bench, though it's possible he starts one of the two games if the White Sox want to avoid overworking their regular outfielders.

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  • White Sox's Adam Haseley: Optioned to Triple-A

    Haseley was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte on Friday.

    Haseley was already facing a battle to earn a bench spot, but the acquisition of AJ Pollock on Friday pushed him further down the outfield depth chart. He'll need to do much better than the .224/.282/.295 line he managed for Triple-A Lehigh Valley last season if he's to make a case for a return to the majors.

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  • White Sox's Adam Haseley: Traded to White Sox

    Haseley was traded from the Phillies to the White Sox on Tuesday in exchange for McKinley Moore, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.

    The Phillies have a big hole in center field, with the inexperienced Matt Vierling and the mediocre Odubel Herrera (oblique) set to split time this season. The White Sox, on the other hand, have Luis Robert locked into the position, with Adam Engel and Leury Garcia both around as solid backup outfielders. The move therefore seems bad for Haseley's fantasy value on the surface, but it's possible he needs a change of scenery. He was the eighth overall pick in 2017 and sped through the minors in two seasons but has yet to take the next step in the majors. He took a leave of absence for personal reasons in April of last year and remained stuck in Triple-A once he returned, struggling to a .224/.282/.295 slash line.

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  • Phillies' Adam Haseley: Active at Triple-A

    Haseley (groin) has gone 3-for-19 with two walks, a stolen base, four runs and two RBI in five games for Triple-A Lehigh Valley since being activated from the affiliate's 7-day injured list Aug. 27.

    After being optioned to Triple-A in June, Haseley had been playing regularly for Lehigh Valley for about a week before missing time due to a groin strain and COVID-19 health and safety protocols. He was cleared to begin a two-week rehab assignment in mid-August that included stops at three lower-level affiliates before he rejoined Lehigh Valley. In addition to the extensive time he's missed this season, the No. 8 overall pick in the 2017 first-year player draft has posted a lowly .542 OPS in 19 games at Lehigh Valley, so he doesn't appear to be in the mix for a September call-up to the big club.

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  • Phillies' Adam Haseley: Rehabbing at High-A

    Haseley (groin) moved his rehab assignment to High-A Jersey Shore on Aug. 14 and has gone 2-for-18 with a double and three walks over five games with the affiliate.

    After the Phillies optioned Haseley to Triple-A Lehigh Valley on June 12, Haseley played regularly for about a week before suffering a right groin strain. Just over a month later, he was placed on Lehigh Valley's COVID-19-related IL, but he's since cleared all health and safety protocols. At this stage, Haseley is likely just attempting to move past the groin issue, but it's unclear when he might rejoin the Triple-A lineup. The Phillies may want to see Haseley finds some success with Jersey Shore before giving him a tougher assignment.

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  • Phillies' Adam Haseley: Lands on COVID-19 IL

    Haseley was placed on the COVID-19 injured list Saturday, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.

    It's unclear whether or not he tested positive for the virus, and thus his timetable for a return to minor-league action is up in the air. Haseley has appeared in 14 games for Triple-A Lehigh Valley, hitting .220 with one home run and four RBI.

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  • Phillies' Adam Haseley: Optioned to Lehigh Valley

    Haseley (personal) was reinstated from the restricted list and optioned to Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Saturday.

    Haseley appeared in nine games for the Phillies at the start of the year before spending a month away from the team for personal reasons. He returned to the team to build back up in mid-May and has been participating in rehab games at the Triple-A level, but he'll remain there for now as a regular member of Lehigh Valley's roster until the Phillies next need another outfielder.

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  • Phillies' Adam Haseley: Embarks on rehab assignment

    Haseley (personal) will report to Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Thursday to begin a rehab assignment, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    Haseley has been on the restricted list since April 14, but he rejoined the Phillies for workouts about three weeks ago. After taking some time to ramp back up, Haseley is now ready to get some competitive at-bats in the minors in what should be the final step he needs to clear before returning to the active roster. Odubel Herrera has since taken over as the Phillies' everyday center fielder, and on the heels of back-to-back three-hit games, he appears to have built up some security in that role. Even if Herrera is entrenched in center, Haseley could still factor into the mix for regular at-bats in right field once activated if Bryce Harper (forearm) is still on the injured list.

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  • Phillies' Adam Haseley: Back with team but not activated

    Haseley returned to the Phillies on Friday after taking a month off for personal reasons but remains on the restricted list for now, Matt Breen of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    Haseley went just 4-for-21 at the plate in nine games before taking a month-long leave of absence. He's expected to work out at the team's spring training facility before heading to Triple-A Lehigh Valley to get back into game shape. Exactly when he'll be ready to return to the active roster remains to be seen. Whether or not he'll have a starting role at that point likely depends on Odubel Herrera, who has five hits in his last three games but still owns a .683 OPS on the season.

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  • Phillies' Adam Haseley: Placed on restricted list

    Haseley was placed on the restricted list for personal reasons Wednesday.

    Haseley started in Tuesday's nightcap against the Mets, but he's now away from the team for an undetermined amount of time. Mickey Moniak was recalled by the Phillies in a corresponding move and should serve as outfield depth, while Roman Quinn should take over as the primary center fielder in Haseley's absence.

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  • Phillies' Adam Haseley: Sitting for afternoon game

    Haseley is not in the lineup for the afternoon portion of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Mets.

    The Phillies will likely give several of their regulars a rest in one of the two contests. Roman Quinn is starting in center field for the first game of the day, but Haseley will likely return to the lineup for the evening game.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 195 lbs
Birthplace: Orlando, FL
Age: 26
School: Virginia
Experience: 2
Bats/Throws: L, L