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2023 6.50.6 1 4 .053
2022 720.9 21 1 6 9 11 .236
3y Avg. 41.50.8 10 1 4 6 6 .222
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  • Braves' Luke Williams: Back with Atlanta

    Atlanta re-signed Williams to a minor-league contract Nov. 18. Williams was non-tendered by Atlanta and elected free agency last month but then immediately re-signed. The 27-year-old utility player has batted just .225/.281/.295 during parts of three seasons in the majors.
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  • Luke Williams: Non-tendered by Atlanta

    Williams was non-tendered by Atlanta on Friday, MLB.com reports. A 27-year-old utility player, Williams has a .225/.281/.295 slash line in 263 MLB plate appearances over the past three seasons. He saw time at four different positions over 11 games in 2023.
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  • Braves' Luke Williams: Recalled from Gwinnett

    Atlanta recalled Williams from Triple-A Gwinnett on Tuesday. Williams was claimed off waivers from the Dodgers in early June and has since slashed .251/.343/.396 with six homers and 17 steals in 48 games for Gwinnett. The versatile 27-year-old figures to operate in a super-utility and pinch-running role with the NL East leaders.
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  • Braves' Luke Williams: Joins new organization

    Atlanta claimed Williams off waivers from the Dodgers on Monday and optioned him to Triple-A Gwinnett. In order to open up a spot on the 40-man roster for the 26-year-old utility man, Atlanta shifted Max Fried (forearm) from the 15-day injured list to the 60-day IL. Williams appeared in four games for the Dodgers in April but has otherwise spent the entire 2023 campaign at Triple-A Oklahoma City, where he slashed .262/.339/.446 with six home runs and 11 stolen bases across 198 plate appearances.
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  • Dodgers' Luke Williams: Sent back to Triple-A

    Williams was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City by the Dodgers on Friday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports. The move clears room for Max Muncy, who returned from the paternity list Friday. Williams will likely bounce between the majors and Triple-A all season depending on the Dodgers' roster needs.
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  • Dodgers' Luke Williams: Back to bench role

    Williams is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Pirates. He made three consecutive starts at shortstop last week after Miguel Rojas (hamstring) landed on the injured list, but Williams has since moved back to a utility role after Mookie Betts was reinstated from the paternity list Thursday and after Chris Taylor overcame a side injury. Williams will be on the bench for the third straight contest.
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  • Dodgers' Luke Williams: Called up from Triple-A

    The Dodgers selected Williams' contract from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Tuesday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Williams is now on the 40-man roster and will fill the spot on the 26-man roster left vacant by Mookie Betts, (personal) who has been placed on the paternity leave list. Despite getting called up, Williams isn't in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Mets and could be in for a brief stay in the big leagues.
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  • Dodgers' Luke Williams: Signs MiLB deal

    Williams signed a minor-league deal with the Dodgers on Friday. Williams was claimed off waivers by the Dodgers back in November and will remain in the Los Angeles system. The 26-year-old utility man recorded a .883 OPS through 58 plate appearances in Triple-A last year but just a .602 mark in 136 PAs split between the Giants and Marlins.
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  • Dodgers' Luke Williams: Claimed by Dodgers

    The Dodgers claimed Williams off of waivers from Miami on Tuesday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports. Despite finding success during his limited appearances in Triple-A, where he slashed .327/.414/.469 last season, Williams struggled to carry it over into the majors. Now he joins a Dodgers organization that is filled with outfield talent, which will give him time to develop more in the minors before potentially getting a look in Los Angeles.
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  • Marlins' Luke Williams: Sent down Thursday

    Williams was optioned to Triple-A Jacksonville on Thursday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Williams saw minimal playing time for the Marlins in recent weeks, starting just three games since the start of September. He'll lose his spot on the active roster after Joey Wendle (hamstring) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Thursday.
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  • Marlins' Luke Williams: Returns to bench

    Williams is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Dodgers, Paige Leckie of MLB.com reports. Williams will be back in his usual bench role for the series finale after he struck out in all three of his at-bats while starting in left field during Sunday's 8-1 loss. The 26-year-old is expected to see occasional starts down the stretch, with most of his opportunities coming against left-handed pitching.
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  • Marlins' Luke Williams: Playing time picks up

    Williams will start at second base and bat ninth in Tuesday's game against the Padres, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Williams will make his fourth start in five games Tuesday, but his inclusion in the lineup is likely a byproduct of southpaw Sean Manaea taking the hill for Miami. Even though his opportunities have picked up of late, the righty-hitting Williams may have a tough time finding regular starts against right-handed pitching following the recent returns of Jon Berti and Brian Anderson from the injured list.
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  • Marlins' Luke Williams: Steals three bases

    Williams went 3-for-3 with a double, a run scored and three stolen bases in a 3-0 win over the Reds on Wednesday. Williams had a perfect night at the plate and on the basepaths, rapping out three hits and making three successful steal attempts. He took advantage of Mike Minor's low velocity, and none of the throws from Reds catcher Michael Papierski were even close to getting him out. The performance gives Williams nine steals on the season to go along with a slash line of .269/.347/.358 in 49 games played. The speedy backup infielder has shown he has the potential to steal bases in bunches, but he remains behind call-up Charles Leblanc on the depth chart.
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  • Marlins' Luke Williams: Returns from minors

    The Marlins recalled Williams from Triple-A Jacksonville on Wednesday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Williams was optioned to Triple-A two days ago, but he's eligible to rejoin the big club after the Marlins moved Jazz Chisholm (back) to the 10-day injured list Wednesday. Jon Berti is expected to step in for Chisholm as the Marlins' everyday second baseman, while the versatile Williams handles a utility role. Don't expect Williams to see more than a start or two per week, with most of his opportunities likely to come against left-handed pitching.
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  • Marlins' Luke Williams: Optioned to Triple-A

    Williams was optioned to Triple-A Jacksonville on Monday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Williams rejoined the major-league roster at the beginning of June and hit .226 with a double, six runs, an RBI and three stolen base over 21 games during his time with the Marlins. However, he'll head back to the minors after Brian Anderson (back) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Monday.
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  • Marlins' Luke Williams: Logs steal as pinch runner

    Williams notched a stolen base in Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Mets. Williams ran for Garrett Cooper after the latter's RBI single in the ninth inning. He was able to get into scoring position, but Williams was left on base as the Marlins' rally fell short. The 25-year-old utility man is up to three steals in four attempts while adding four RBI, six runs scored and a pair of doubles in 32 plate appearances between the Marlins and the Giants this season. He has yet to carve out a regular role, instead mainly serving as a defensive replacement.
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  • Marlins' Luke Williams: Summoned to majors

    The Marlins recalled Williams from Triple-A Jacksonville on Wednesday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. After being acquired from the Giants last week, Williams didn't have to wait long to join the big club with the Marlins desiring to add another right-handed bat to the roster to replace Brian Anderson (back), who was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday. Miami also moved Joey Wendle (hamstring) to the IL, but Jon Berti and Willians Astudillo are likely first in line to pick up reps at third base in Wendle's stead. Williams, meanwhile, profiles as more of a utility option due to his ability to play every position except catcher and pitcher.
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  • Giants' Luke Williams: DFA'd by Giants

    Williams was designated for assignment by the Giants on Saturday. The 25-year-old was sent down by the Giants in early May, and he'll lose his spot on the 40-man roster with the team choosing to select Michael Papierski's contract Saturday. Over 10 games at Triple-A Sacramento, Williams hit .378 with four doubles, eight runs, seven RBI and four stolen bases.
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  • Giants' Luke Williams: Recalled from Triple-A

    Williams was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento on Monday. Williams was sent to the minors last week, but he'll rejoin the Giants to provide depth after Mike Yastrzemski (illness) was placed on the COVID-19 injured list Monday. Williams has appeared in five major-league games this year and has gone 2-for-5 with a double, three RBI and a strikeout.
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  • Giants' Luke Williams: Optioned, but eligible for twin bill

    The Giants optioned Williams to Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Before reporting to Sacramento, Williams will be eligible to play for the Giants in Tuesday's doubleheader with the Mets after San Francisco designated him as its 29th man, according to Evan Webeck of The San Jose Mercury News. The Giants will swap Williams, a righty-hitting utility man, off the 28-man active roster for a lefty-hitting one in Jason Vosler, who should give manager Gabe Kapler some more options off the bench late in games while lefty hitters LaMonte Wade (knee) and Tommy La Stella (Achilles) reside on the injured list. Williams had seen limited use in the Giants' first nine games, starting twice and logging just five plate appearances in total. He should get the chance to play on an everyday basis when he heads to Sacramento after Tuesday's doubleheader.
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