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Oct 5, 2022 0 0 0 0 1
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Oct 2, 2022 0 0 0 0 -1.5

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2022 82.51.5 20 7 17 16 5 .141
2021 1962.1 41 14 43 36 6 .181
3y Avg. 931.9 20 7 20 17 4 .168
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Not in Thursday's lineup

    Kelenic is not in the lineup for Game 2 of Seattle's ALDS matchup with Houston. Kelenic went 2-for-4 in Game 1 of the series, but he will be subbed out in favor of Dylan Moore with the Mariners facing southpaw Framber Valdez on Thursday.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Good to go for Game 1

    Kelenic (soreness) is starting in left field and batting seventh in Game 1 of the AL Wild Card Series against the Blue Jays on Friday. Kelenic was held out of Wednesday's regular-season finale due to some soreness after a hit-by-pitch a day earlier, but he's ready to play Friday in the Mariners' first playoff game since 2001. The 23-year-old appeared in 14 games since his latest promotion to the big leagues Sept. 22, and he posted a .180/.293/.420 slash line with three home runs, three doubles, five RBI and eight runs during that stretch.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Scratched from lineup

    Kelenic was scratched from the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Tigers after experiencing soreness from being hit by a pitch in the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. Kelenic proceeded to play in the second game of the twin bill and was on track to start in the regular-season finale, but manager Scott Servais ultimately decided to exercise caution with the young outfielder and pulled him out of the lineup. Servais noted that Kelenic is expected to be fine for the Mariners' wild-card series with Toronto this weekend, when the 23-year-old could find himself in a regular role in the outfield after Jesse Winker (neck) was moved to the injured list Wednesday. Taylor Trammell was called up from Triple-A Tacoma in a corresponding move and will spell Winker in left field Wednesday.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Banged up, but starting

    Kelenic will start in left field and bat sixth in Wednesday's game against the Tigers, even though manager Scott Servais said that the 23-year-old is still feeling sore after being hit by a pitch in the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. Kelenic was still able to play in the Mariners' 9-6 win in Game 2 of the twin bill, and his inclusion in the lineup for the regular-season finale suggests that the outfielder will be good to go for the team's upcoming wild-card round playoff series in Toronto. With Jesse Winker (neck) landing on the 10-day injured list Wednesday, Kelenic could find himself in a regular role for the duration of the Mariners' postseason run, at least when Seattle faces right-handed pitching.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Homers twice in win

    Kelenic went 2-for-5 with two home runs, three RBI and three runs scored in Thursday's 10-9 win over the Rangers in extra innings. Kelenic has made the most of his last week, going 8-for-27 (.296) with three long balls, five RBI and seven runs scored across seven games. He went deep in the fourth and sixth innings to establish a three-run lead for the Mariners, though it didn't hold up in the end. Kelenic's season line is still at .157/.222/.357 with seven homers, 17 RBI, 19 runs scored and five stolen bases through 153 plate appearances, but the recent returns are encouraging. His run as the Mariners' everyday center fielder will likely end when Julio Rodriguez (back) is activated from the injured list, but the hot bat could help Kelenic force his way into the lineup in left field or at designated hitter.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Homers in return

    Kelenic went 2-for-3 with a homer, a double, two runs scored, two RBI and a walk in a 9-5 win Thursday in Oakland. In his first game with Seattle since being demoted Aug. 10, Kelenic announced his presence with a walk, a homer and a double in his first three plate appearances. It was just his third multi-hit game in 32 starts for the Mariners this season. Seattle will hope that Kelenic's big game is a sign of things to come as he has little left to prove at Triple-A but a lot to do to earn a starting role in the majors.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Rejoins big-league club

    Kelenic was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on Wednesday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. The 23-year-old was passed up for a promotion when big-league rosters expanded to 28 players at the start of September, but he'll join the Mariners for the last couple weeks of the regular season. Kelenic has appeared in 40 MLB games this year and has a .124/.187/.265 slash line and 38.2 percent strikeout rate, though in his latest stint in the minors he cut his strikeout rate to 15.8 percent and also posted a .950 OPS in 33 games. Whether or not he can transfer that success to the big leagues this time around remains to be seen, but he'll get a look down the stretch for Seattle.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Passed over for promotion

    Kelenic, who owns a .244 average and .784 OPS across his last 12 games at Triple-A Tacoma, was passed over for a Sept. 1 promotion to the Mariners in favor of fellow outfielder Taylor Trammell. Kelenic has become quite the conundrum for the Mariners as a once can't-miss prospect that's produced little outside some serviceable power numbers at the big-league level over his first 133 games. The 23-year-old has been in a solid offensive groove since his latest demotion to the Rainiers on Aug. 11 -- even his aforementioned .244 average since Aug. 17 is accompanied by an encouraging .340 on-base percentage, .444 slugging percentage, 11.3 percent walk rate and modest 17.0 percent strikeout rate. The latter two metrics are particularly relevant for Kelenic, as they constitute just the type of BB/K ratio the organization would want to see become the norm for him, but one he hasn't come close to generating when facing major-league arms.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Hitting well since Tacoma return

    Kelenic owns a .318/.400/.591 slash line with a 12.0 percent walk rate and 16.0 percent strikeout rate across the 27 plate appearances he's logged in his first six games back with Triple-A Tacoma. It's fair to wonder how much of Kelenic's struggles in the big-league batter's box are mental at this point, as he seems to flip a switch for the better whenever he goes back to facing Triple-A arms. Kelenic's sample in his current Rainiers stint already includes three doubles and one home run, and he's back to making consistent contact after striking out at a massive 40.7 percent clip while hitting just .074 during his recent 10-game tenure with the Mariners. Given that Kelenic had also put together impressive numbers over an extended period with Tacoma before that ill-fated promotion, the organization may opt to have the 23-year-old ply his trade at the Triple-A level for the remainder of the minor-league season in an attempt to continue building his confidence.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Headed back to minors

    Kelenic was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Thursday, Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM reports. Kelenic was recalled by the Mariners on July 31, though he hit just .074 with two RBI and two runs scored across 27 plate appearances since. He also struck out 11 times as he continues to struggle making contact in the majors. It's too early to fully write off the former top prospect, but Kelenic has hit just .167/.246/.329 across his first 500 plate appearances at the big-league level. Julio Rodriguez (wrist) was activated from the injured list in the corresponding move.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Will not start Monday

    Kelenic is not in the lineup for Monday's game against the Yankees. The player Kelenic has been sharing playing time with, Sam Haggerty, racked up two doubles and four hits in all over the last two games, and manager Scott Servais will lean on the hot hand Monday night.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Riding pine Friday

    Kelenic is not in Friday's lineup against the Angels. Kelenic is 1-for-13 with five strikeouts and zero walks over four games in this latest stint with the big club, but at least the one hit was a home run. Sam Haggerty will start in center field and hit ninth.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Still struggling with contact

    Kelenic, who hit a two-run home run in four plate appearances during Wednesday's win over the Yankees, has only that hit and five strikeouts across the first 13 plate appearances of his current big-league stint. Mariners brass and fantasy managers alike are undoubtedly keeping a close eye on Kelenic's contact rate, considering his poor showing in that category was a major culprit in his May demotion to Triple-A Tacoma. The 23-year-old went on to show notable improvement across the board at the plate during his two-month-plus stint with the Rainiers, but the fact he's struck out at least once in each of his first four games back in the big leagues is at least somewhat worrisome given his prior body of work.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Sees action in first game back

    Kelenic, recalled from Triple-A Tacoma earlier in the day, entered Sunday's extra-inning loss to the Astros in the fifth inning as a defensive replacement and went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts. Kelenic's rough day at the plate was very reminiscent of the forgettable 31-game stint he endured with the Mariners to open the season before his demotion to Tacoma. However, fantasy managers can arguably cut him some slack, as Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports Kelenic took a 6:00am flight to Houston, arrived in the third inning and only got about 10 swings in the indoor batting cage before being summoned into the game.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Possible waiver wire pickups

    After batting .288 with 11 home runs and a .903 OPS during what turned out to be an extended 54-game stay in the minors, Kelenic is back in the big leagues, and it only took a Julio Rodriguez injury to get him there. Mitch Haniger (ankle) is due to return before the end of the week, but the Mariners may still need to keep Kelenic around for his ability to man center field, not that Rodriguez's wrist contusion figures to require an extended stay on the IL. Bottom line is that Kelenic can control his own destiny simply by performing well, and while he didn't get off on the right foot Sunday, going 0 for 3 with two strikeouts, his upside makes him worth a look still in five-outfielder leagues.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Gets call back to majors

    The Mariners recalled Kelenic from Triple-A Tacoma on Sunday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. He won't start in the Mariners' series finale versus the Astros. Kelenic has been busy getting his mechanics at the plate straightened out at Triple-A since mid-May, producing an impressive .289/.355/.551 slash line with 34 extra-base hits (20 doubles, three triples, 11 home runs) and 37 RBI across 248 plate appearances. The production is in stark contrast to the .140/.219/.291 line Kelenic generated with the Mariners over 30 games before being demoted, and the 23-year-old cut his strikeout rate to a much more palatable 23.8 percent during his time on the farm after going down on strikes at a 37.5 percent clip during his time with the big-league club. Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports that Kelenic isn't likely to arrive in Houston until shortly before Sunday's 2:10 p.m. ET first pitch, meaning it's likely he's only available in a pinch-hit capacity for the series finale against the Astros.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Tearing cover off ball at Tacoma

    Kelenic is hitting .387 (12-for-31) with three doubles, two home runs, nine RBI, a walk and four runs across his last six games with Triple-A Tacoma. It's another highly encouraging minor-league stretch for Kelenic, who's now slashing .297/.340/.565 with 20 extra-base hits and 24 RBI over 147 plate appearances overall with the Rainiers. Despite the vastly improved performance compared to his dismal big-league stint earlier in the season, the Mariners appear intent on sticking to their guns with respect to ensuring Kelenic displays improvement in certain areas before summoning him back to the big leagues. In response to Taylor Trammell hitting the injured list due to a hamstring issue Wednesday, the team promoted Marcus Wilson instead of Kelenic, who still sports a problematic 5.4 percent walk rate and 27.9 percent strikeout rate against Triple-A arms.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Recently dealt with hammy strain

    Kelenic recently missed five days at Triple-A Tacoma with a hamstring strain, but he returned to action Thursday, Brent Stecker of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. The 22-year-old has cooled off at the plate after a recent hot streak, hitting just .150 (3-for-20) over his last six games. Stecker notes Kelenic continues to struggle with consistent contact despite facing a lower level of competition in Tacoma, as he's struck out 34 times in 24 games with the Rainiers. Consequently, it may take an improvement in that area over an extended stretch before Kelenic returns to the big-league club.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Stellar effort for Tacoma

    Kelenic went 3-for-5 with an RBI single, a run-scoring ground-rule double, a three-run home run and an additional run in Triple-A Tacoma's loss to Las Vegas on Sunday. This is exactly the type of all-around domination of opposing pitchers that Kelenic had made the norm during the pre-big-league-debut portion of his minors career, one that set the type of expectations the prized prospect has frustratingly fallen short of at the highest level thus far. Nevertheless, the 22-year-old offered plenty of reason for optimism with his performance against the Aviators over the just-concluded five-game series, as Sunday's performance was preceded by a 4-for-4 tally Saturday that included a triple and a solo home run and he also hit safely in each of first three games of the extended set.
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  • Mariners' Jarred Kelenic: Picking it up at plate

    Kelenic is hitting .286 (8-for-28) with two doubles, a home run, three RBI, four walks and a steal across his last seven games with Triple-A Tacoma. They're not otherworldly numbers by any stretch, but at least Kelenic has picked up the pace by a good margin after going 1-for-9 over his first two games following his demotion. However, one troubling trend that continues to haunt Kelenic and harkens back to his pair of very difficult major-league stints is an inability to make consistent contact -- even during his current encouraging stretch, he's sporting a massive 34.4 percent strikeout rate.
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