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Jun 12, 2022 1 1 1 3
Jun 11, 2022 1 1 0 0
Jun 8, 2022 0 0 0 0
Jun 7, 2022 0 0 0 0
Jun 5, 2022 0 0 0 0

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Batting Average
2022 71.51.5 16 3 10 11 12 .200
2021 961.5 26 6 15 18 4 .177
2020 150.8 5 3 3 1 .188
3y Avg. 53.51.3 16 3 9 10 2 .179
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Likely done for season

    White has had his rehab assignment paused due to left knee discomfort and is expected to be shut down for the remainder of the season, Kennedi Landry of MLB.com reports. White has been on the 60-day injured list since June after he underwent right wrist surgery, but he was cleared for game action in the minors last week. The 28-year-old is unlikely to rejoin the Rangers down the stretch following his setback, which is somewhat unsurprising since the team has been eliminated from postseason contention. It's not yet clear how White's knee injury will impact his offseason program.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Beginning rehab Wednesday

    White (wrist) will begin a rehab assignment in Triple-A Round Rock on Wednesday, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports. White was placed on the 60-day injured list in June after he required surgery on his fractured right wrist. There is not yet a target return date in place, as it will likely depend on how he fares in the minors.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Making progress

    White (wrist) participated in live batting practice Thursday and Friday at the Rangers' spring training facility, Kennedi Landry of MLB.com reports. White has been out with a broken wrist since mid-June. His recent progress gives him a good chance to return before the end of the season, though he still has work to do. He's expected to begin full baseball activities next week.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Goes to 60-day IL

    The Rangers transferred White (wrist) from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day IL on Tuesday. After undergoing surgery on his right wrist June 14, White was already projected to miss 6-to-8 weeks before he was cleared to resume baseball activities, so the move to the 60-day IL shouldn't affect his timeline for being activated. The transaction temporarily removes White from the 40-man roster and opens up a spot for catcher Meibrys Viloria, whose contract was selected from Triple-A Round Rock.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Surgery completed

    White underwent surgery on his right wrist Tuesday in Arlington, Texas and is expected to remain sidelined for 6-to-8 weeks before resuming baseball activities, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports. His surgery was overseen by Dr. Paul Hovis and involved the insertion of two screws into the distal radius bone in his right wrist. Since the 6-to-8-week timeline is a projection for when White will be able to resume baseball activities, he'll likely need at least an additional two weeks beyond that to regain conditioning and his timing at the plate before the Rangers are comfortable activating him from the IL. With that in mind, White appears unlikely to rejoin the Rangers until September.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Fractures wrist, needs surgery

    The Rangers placed White on the 10-day injured list Monday with a fractured right wrist. He'll undergo surgery Tuesday and will be shut down from baseball activities for approximately six weeks, Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News reports. Even if White is cleared to resume activities at the end of the six-week window, he'll likely need at least an additional two weeks to regain conditioning and complete a minor-league rehab assignment, so he may not be ready to come off the injured list until around mid-August or possibly even in September. The lengthy recovery timeline means that White is droppable in the majority of leagues, despite having produced well for fantasy managers this season from a counting-stats standpoint. Though he's hit just .200 over 117 plate appearances, White has compiled 12 stolen bases and three home runs.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Receiving X-rays on right wrist

    White is receiving X-rays on his right wrist after exiting Sunday's game against the White Sox. White sustained his right wrist injury when he was involved in an outfield collision in the bottom of the 11th inning Sunday, and he remained on the ground for several minutes before slowly walking off the field under his own power. A more specific diagnosis should be known once the results of his exams are revealed.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Exits after scary collision

    White was removed from Sunday's game against the White Sox in the bottom of the 11th inning after he was involved in an outfield collision, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports. White appeared to hurt his right arm during the outfield collision with Charlie Culberson and remained down for several minutes after the incident. He walked off the field slowly under his own power. Prior to his departure, White went 1-for-3 with a home run, three RBI and a walk. It's not yet clear whether he'll require a trip to the injured list.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Swipes two bags in win

    White went 0-for-4 but stole two bases in a 6-3 win over the Guardians during the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader. Getting the start in center field and batting ninth, White took full advantage of his one opportunity on the basepaths, beating out a potential double-play ball and then swiping second and third. The 27-year-old is up to 12 steals in 13 attempts on the year, but his .196/.271/.278 slash line limits his fantasy utility to AL-only and deep mixed formats.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Sitting again versus righty

    White is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Guardians. After he was on the bench for Sunday's 6-5 loss to the Mariners while right-hander George Kirby was on the mound for Seattle, White will take a seat against another righty (Cal Quantrill) in the series opener with the Guardians. The 27-year-old looks as though he'll be moving into more of a part-time role after slashing an underwhelming .195/.271/.273 in 30 games dating back to May 1. Steele Walker will pick up another start in left field in place of White, and the two players could end up settling into a platoon at the position.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Swipes bag as pinch runner

    White stole a base as a pinch runner in Sunday's 6-5 extra-inning loss to the Mariners. White ran for Nathaniel Lowe after the latter hit a single in the ninth inning. The 27-year-old White didn't stay in the game after that, with Sam Huff instead entering as a defensive replacement at first base. White is now 10-for-11 in stolen base attempts this year. The speedy outfielder has added a .204/.282/.290 slash line with two home runs, seven RBI, 14 runs scored and a pair of doubles this year while competing for playing time primarily in left field and center field lately.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: On bench Thursday

    White is not in the starting lineup for Thursday's matchup with the Rays. White will take a seat after starting six consecutive games, going 6-for-20 with a homer, two RBI, two runs and stolen base in those contests. He'll be replaced in left field by Zach Reks, who will bat eighth.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Steals base in win

    White went 2-for-3 with a stolen base in a 3-0 win Tuesday over Tampa Bay. White stole his ninth base of the season, when he swiped second base in the fifth inning. On the very next pitch, he was nabbed trying to steal third base. Following a 1-for-28 streak, the outfielder has multiple hits in consecutive games. Tuesday marked just the second start in May in which he did not strike out, lowering his strikeout rate to 35.5 percent for the year.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Homers in three-hit effort

    White went 3-for-4 with a two-run home run and an additional run scored in Monday's 9-5 win over the Rays. White went yard in the second inning off Rays starter Drew Rasmussen, while his other two hits in the game were singles. He also robbed Ji-Man Choi of a three-run homer, leaping over the left-center field fence. Prior to Monday, White was 0-for-10 in his last four games. The outfielder is up to a .200/.289/.300 slash line with two homers, seven RBI, 14 runs scored and eight stolen bases through 90 plate appearances. He should be in line for more stable playing time with Brad Miller (hip) going on the injured list Monday.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Not starting Tuesday

    White will be on the bench Tuesday against the Angels. White finds himself on the bench for the second time in three games. He plays good defense and has already stolen eight bases, but his .194/.296/.274 slash line is a tough fit for a starting corner outfielder, and his 38.0 percent strikeout rate suggests things are unlikely to change any time soon. Brad Miller will get the start in left field.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: On bench Saturday

    White will sit Saturday against the Astros. White has emerged as the Rangers' primary left fielder, and his hold on the role seems to have tightened after Nick Solak was optioned Thursday. White will have to improve at the plate to have a truly secure spot, however, as he's hitting just .207/.313/.293 on the year. Brad Miller will be the left fielder Saturday.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Scores on little league homer

    White went 1-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored in Tuesday's 10-5 win over the Angels. White had the signature hit of the Rangers' seven-run eighth inning. After striking out the first four times up, White came up with the bases loaded and singled to left field, and the ball misplayed by Brandon Marsh. That allowed all three baserunners to score, and the speedy White to race around the bases for a "little league" home run. White has started nine of the last 10 games and most notably stole five bases during that run. He's hitting a career-best .250 over 48 at-bats, but that is tempered by a .393 BABIP and a .190 XBA.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Steals base, drives in two

    White went 2-for-5 with two RBI, one run scored and a stolen base in Monday's 7-4 win over the Angels. All of White's production came during the Rangers' six-run first inning. He singled, stole second and scored a run before knocking a two-run single in his second at-bat of the inning. He tried stealing another base but was foiled multiple times by foul balls during Marcus Semian's 11-pitch at-bat. White improved his slash line to .256/.373/.372 with eight steals, including five over his last six appearances.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Moves into everyday role

    White will serve as the Rangers' leadoff man and starting left fielder in Monday's game against the Angels. White has now handled leadoff duties for three straight games, with the last two of those assignments coming against right-handed pitching. The 27-year-old has mostly handled a short-side platoon role for Texas this season, but he appears to have at least temporarily captured regular at-bats against right-handed pitching at the expense of Nick Solak, who is on the bench for the second straight contest. With a 7-for-7 success rate on stolen-base attempts this season, White looks like he'll be a plus source for steals while he's receiving steady playing time.
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  • Rangers' Eli White: Leads team in steals

    White started in left field and went 1-for-3 with a walk and a stolen base in Thursday's 3-1 win over Kansas City. White started for just the 12th time in 30 games, but he leads the Rangers with five steals over 38 plate appearances. There could more chances coming. Thursday's start was the fifth in the last six games for White, who is often been pinch hit for later in games but has played a full nine innings in the last four contests. The 27-year-old, who has a history of double-digit steals in the minors, typically plays center field against left-handers or spots in at left field when Brad Miller moves to third base.
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