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Oct 5, 2022 2 2 2 3 14
Oct 4, 2022 0 0 0 0
Oct 3, 2022 2 0 0 0 2.5
Oct 2, 2022 2 0 0 2 4
Oct 1, 2022 0 0 0 0 -1

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2022 1102.1 21 9 24 18 .231
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  • Giants' David Villar: Finishes season with bang

    Villar went 2-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI in an 8-1 win over San Diego on Wednesday. Villar slammed a two-run shot off Craig Stammen in the fourth inning and a solo blast off Pierce Johnson in the eighth. He enjoyed his second multi-homer game as a major-leaguer, with his other coming Sept. 7 against the Dodgers. Villar's .231/.331/.455 slash line as a rookie isn't eye-opening, but he flashed good power with nine home runs and 24 RBI over 52 games. He also slugged 27 homers at the Triple-A level and appears to have cemented his place as a key part of the team's future.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Not in Sunday's lineup

    Villar is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports. Villar has a .559 OPS and 37.5 percent strikeout rate in his past 10 contests and will take a seat Sunday. Evan Longoria will start at the hot corner in the series finale versus Arizona.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Sitting again

    Villar is not in Friday's lineup against the Diamondbacks, Sonja Chen of MLB.com reports. Villar has now sat three of the last four games after starting several in a row. Evan Longoria is starting at third base and hitting fifth.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Heads to bench

    Villar will sit Thursday against Colorado, Evan Webeck of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Villar finds himself on the bench for the second time in three games. The 25-year-old has hit a passable .211/.315/.415 with seven homer in 47 games in his first taste of MLB action. Jason Vosler will be the third baseman Thursday, with J.D. Davis serving as the designated hitter.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Riding pine Tuesday

    Villar is not in the lineup Tuesday against Colorado, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Villar will get a day off Tuesday after playing in 12 consecutive games, batting .167 in the process. Jason Vosler will pick up a start at third base, batting eighth.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Pops two-run blast

    Villar went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Friday's 6-5 win over the Diamondbacks. Villar homered for the second time in four games, and all but one of his seven long balls this year have come in September. For the season, the infielder is slashing .215/.322/.438 with 19 RBI, 18 runs scored, six doubles and a triple across 152 major-league plate appearances.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Clubs sixth homer

    Villar went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 6-3 win over the Rockies. Villar's seventh-inning homer ended up giving the Giants all they needed to get the win. He hasn't hit consistently lately, going 8-for-33 (.242) across his last 10 games, but he's swatted two homers and four doubles in that span. The 25-year-old has shown solid power with a .444 slugging percentage through 139 plate appearances, but he's batting just .222 with six homers, 16 RBI, 17 runs scored and six doubles. Villar has been in the lineup for six straight games, seeing time at the corner infield spots as well as designated hitter, and it appears he's earned an everyday role.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Sleeper hitters for Week 25 (Sept. 19-25)

    Some tough matchups have cooled off Villar in recent days and possibly put his starting job in jeopardy, but if he keeps getting at-bats, he's in a good spot to bounce back this week with an especially favorable hitter slate that includes four games at Colorado. Let's not forget he has 32 homers between the majors and minors this year.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Out of lineup Tuesday

    Villar is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against Atlanta. Villar has slashed .303/.343/.727 since rejoining the big-league club at the start of September. He will get a second consecutive day off Tuesday as LaMonte Wade fills in at first base, allowing Luis Gonzalez to pick up a start in right field and bat eighth.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Possible waiver wire pickups

    In the previous edition of Waiver Wire, I noted that Giants manager Gabe Kapler had resolved to play Villar as much as possible down the stretch, and he's followed through on it so far, starting him in 10 straight games. What I failed to mention is that Villar was on the verge of picking up second base eligibility, which he now has in addition to third base (and first base, not that you'd be as likely to use him there). That sort of versatility makes him especially useful in formats where the hitter pool is stretched thin, such as standard Rotisserie, but of course, it's the production that makes him most worthwhile. His latest home run Saturday gives him four since returning Sept. 2 to go along with the 27 he hit in the minors.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Keeps power up Saturday

    Villar went 2-for-4 with a home run, a double, two total RBI and two total runs scored in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Cubs. Villar has gone deep four times in his last seven games, and he's recorded four multi-hit efforts in that span. The hot hitting has earned him a steady stretch of playing time as a versatile infielder capable of manning any base. He's still slashing just .228/.351/.457 through 111 plate appearances, but he's trending in the right direction. The 25-year-old has added five homers, 14 RBI, 14 runs scored and four doubles through 33 contests.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Goes deep twice in loss

    Villar went 2-for-3 with two home runs and three RBI in Wednesday's loss to the Dodgers. Villar smacked a two-run homer off Clayton Kershaw to open the scoring in the fifth and later added a solo home run in the seventh off lefty reliever Justin Bruihl. The third baseman recently endured a rough seventeen-game stretch during which he slashed .075/.269/.100, but he's bounced back with three home runs in his last three games. The 25-year-old crushes lefties with a 1.187 OPS in 49 plate appearances compared to a .311 OPS in 47 plate appearances facing righties.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Goes yard in win

    Villar went 2-for-2 with a two-run home run and an additional run scored in Monday's 7-4 win over the Dodgers. Villar drew the start at first base in this contest, his third start in the last four games since he was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento. He had gone 0-for-7 since the call-up before delivering a third-inning single and a two-run blast in the fourth. The 25-year-old infielder's had some trouble translating his success from the minors to the majors, as he's slashing just .181/.326/.319 with two homers, nine RBI, 10 runs scored, two doubles and a triple through 89 big-league plate appearances.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Rejoins big club

    Villar was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento on Thursday. Villar was sent down by the Giants in early August but will return to the majors Thursday with rosters expanding to 28 players. The 25-year-old has played in 23 big-league games this season and has a .175/.338/.286 slash line with one home run, seven RBI and eight runs scored.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Optioned down

    Villar was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento on Saturday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Villar and Dixon Machado were the roster casualties for Brandon Crawford (knee) and Joc Pederson (concussion), though unlike Machado, Villar maintains his 40-man spot. An 11th-round pick in 2018, Villar struggled to a .175/.338/.286 slash line in his first taste of the majors, but the 25-year-old posted an OPS north of 1.000 in 66 games with Sacramento to begin the year (1.042).
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  • Giants' David Villar: Makes third start of series

    Villar will start at first base and bat sixth in Thursday's game against the Dodgers. Villar will get his third start during the four-game series after going 1-for-4 with a double, two walks, two RBI and a run between his first two contests. All three of Villar's starts have come against left-handed pitching, so it's possible that he's still being viewed a short-side platoon player in the infield even while Evan Longoria (hamstring) remains on the injured list. The newly acquired J.D. Davis, who also bats from the right side, looks to be Villar's primary competition for playing time against right-handed pitching.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Resting Wednesday

    Villar will sit Wednesday against the Diamondbacks, Evan Webeck of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Villar will get a breather after he went 1-for-6 with a strikeout over the first two games of the series. Tommy La Stella will slide over to third base while LaMonte Wade enters the the lineup at designated hitter and bats eighth in the series finale.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Sits against righty

    Villar is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Dodgers, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. After sitting against lefty Aaron Ashby and the Brewers in the Giants' final game before the All-Star break July 17, the righty-hitting Villar now finds himself on the bench against Dodgers right-hander Mitch White in San Francisco's first contest of the second half. Even though Tommy La Stella (illness) is still stuck on the COVID-19-related injured list and Thairo Estrada is filling in at shortstop while Brandon Crawford (knee) is on the IL, Wilmer Flores may be ahead of Villar for playing time in the middle infield. Flores will pick up his second straight start at the keystone.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Takes seat Sunday

    Villar is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Brewers, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Though the righty-hitting Villar will see his streak of 13 consecutive starts come to an end Sunday even while the Brewers bring a southpaw (Aaron Ashby) to the mound, the rookie infielder should still have a fairly clear path to playing time. Even though Evan Longoria is back from a recent stint on the injured list, Brandon Crawford's (knee) recent move to the IL will likely result in Thairo Estrada stepping in as the Giants' primary shortstop. That paves the way for Villar to pick up more playing time at second base, though Wilmer Flores will man the keystone in the series finale with Milwaukee.
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  • Giants' David Villar: Walks three times in win

    Villar drew a walk in all three of his plate appearances in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Brewers. Villar's run as the Giants' everyday third baseman looks to be over after Evan Longoria (oblique) returned from the injured list Saturday, but the rookie was able to stick in the starting nine at second base. He continued to turn in productive plate appearances for the Giants, as his on-base percentage now sits at a stellar .420 through his first 13 big-league games on the heels of the three-walk night. Though the presence of Longoria closes off regular work for Villar at one position, expect manager Gabe Kapler to find time to rotate the 25-year-old at third base, second base and designated hitter while he continues to excel at the dish.
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