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Sep 27, 2022 0 1 0 0
Sep 26, 2022 1 0 0 0 1
Sep 25, 2022 3 2 0 1 11
Sep 24, 2022 1 0 0 0 0.5
Sep 23, 2022 2 1 0 0 4

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2022 1291.6 30 2 20 5 5 .240
2021 .000
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  • Nationals' CJ Abrams: Three hits, two steals Sunday

    Abrams went 3-for-4 with a double, two runs scored, an RBI and two stolen bases in a 6-1 victory Sunday in Miami. Abrams singled and stole second in the second and drove in a run with a single and came around to score in the eighth. He was credited with another stolen base in the fourth inning after a defensive miscommunication led to him stealing home. It was his second three-hit performance of his career and the first time he stole two bases in a big-league game. The 21-year-old has put together a strong September, producing a .307/.316/.427 slash line with seven extra-base hits and three stolen bases.
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  • Nationals' CJ Abrams: Two hits, two runs Thursday

    Abrams went 2-for-5 with a double, one RBI and two runs scored in Thursday's victory over the Cardinals. After receiving the day off Wednesday, Abrams picked up right where he left off, with two hits Thursday. He is now batting .360 (9-for-25) in his last six games to improve his slash line to .230/.274/.305 on the season. He has also scored five runs in that stretch, as he has been somewhat of a second leadoff hitter batting mostly in the ninth spot in the order.
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  • Nationals' CJ Abrams: Sitting against southpaw

    Abrams is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Cardinals. With southpaw Jordan Montgomery on the bump, the lefty-hitting Abrams will give way to Ildemaro Vargas at shortstop. Abrams started each of the past five games and went 7-for-20 to bring his batting average up to .226 for the season.
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  • Nationals' CJ Abrams: Collects four hits

    Abrams went 4-for-5 with a triple and two runs scored in Monday's 6-0 win over St. Louis. Abrams finally broke out with a monster game Monday, He was slashing just .177/.215/.194 through 19 games as a National prior to his four-hit effort. He's gone 7-for-12 over his last three games, raising his season slash line to .229/.275/.302 through 209 plate appearances.
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  • Nationals' CJ Abrams: Steps out of lineup

    Abrams is not in the lineup for Thursday's game against the A's. Abrams has started all 14 games since being called up by Washington on Aug. 15, but he'll take a seat Thursday after posting a .160/.208/.180 slash line in 50 at-bats. Ildemaro Vargas will shift to shortstop while Cesar Hernandez starts at the hot corner.
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  • Nationals' CJ Abrams: Slides to ninth spot

    Abrams will start at shortstop and bat ninth in Tuesday's game against the Athletics, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. The Nationals aren't yet ready to pull the plug on Abrams as their everyday shortstop, but the 21-year-old rookie hasn't fared as well as Washington had hoped when they called him up from Triple-A Rochester on Aug. 15. After batting just .136 with no walks and a 26.7 percent strikeout rate in 12 games since his promotion, Abrams will be moved down in the order after previously slotting between the sixth and eighth spots in the lineup.
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  • Nationals' CJ Abrams: Moves up to majors

    The Nationals recalled Abrams from Triple-A Rochester on Monday. Abrams was assigned to Rochester after being acquired from the Padres earlier this month, but he earned another trip to the big leagues by going 9-for-27 (.333) over his last seven games at the Triple-A level, and he'll get his chance with Luis Garcia out with a groin injury. Abrams didn't play on an everyday basis for the Padres earlier this season, but with the Nationals out of the playoff hunt, he should be a fixture in Washington's lineup the rest of the way.
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  • Nationals' CJ Abrams: Call-up imminent

    Abrams will be recalled from Triple-A Rochester on Monday, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. The 21-year-old was dealt from the Padres to the Nationals in early August as part of the trade that sent Juan Soto and Josh Bell to San Diego, and Abrams will join the major-league club Monday since Luis Garcia (groin) will require a trip to the injured list. Abrams appeared in 46 big-league games with the Padres earlier in the season, and he slashed .232/.285/.320 with two homers, 16 runs, 11 RBI and a stolen base. He should have plenty of chances to earn at-bats while Garcia is sidelined.
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  • Nationals' CJ Abrams: Starting Nats career at Triple-A

    Abrams was optioned to Triple-A Rochester on Tuesday, Dan Kolko of MASN Sports reports. While Abrams figures prominently into Washington's long-term plans, he will break into his new organization in the minors. The 21-year-old shortstop hit .314/.364/.507 with seven home runs and 10 steals in 30 games at Triple-A while with San Diego, so he has a chance to hit the ground running with Rochester. If he impresses, he could be up with the big club in the coming weeks.
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  • Nationals' CJ Abrams: Bound for Washington in Soto deal

    The Nationals acquired Abrams, first baseman/designated hitter Luke Voit, left-hander MacKenzie Gore (elbow), outfielders James Wood and Robert Hassell and right-hander Jarlin Susana from the Padres on Tuesday in exchange for outfielder Juan Soto and first baseman Josh Bell, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. Abrams recently exhausted his prospect eligibility, but at 22 years old, the lefty-hitting shortstop's developmental timeline fits in well with what could be a lengthy rebuilding effort for the Nationals. Though he's turned in an underwhelming .232/.285/.320 slash line over his 139 plate appearances in the majors with San Diego this season, Abrams' low strikeout rate (19.4 percent) and elite speed bode well for his chances of emerging as an impact big-league player as soon as 2023. He should get the chance to play on an everyday basis at shortstop for the Nationals for the remainder of the 2022 campaign, while Luis Garcia will likely slide over to second or third base to make room for Abrams.
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  • Padres' CJ Abrams: Back in action Saturday

    Abrams (biceps) is starting at second base and hitting ninth Saturday against the Twins. Ha-Seong Kim will start at shortstop while Jake Cronenworth gets the day off. Abrams, who officially exhausted his prospect status due to days on the active roster, is hitting .300/.313/.433 with one home run, zero steals, five strikeouts and zero walks in 30 at-bats this month. He's expected to serve as a super-utility option for the Padres moving forward, with the role likely to translate to a handful of starts per week.
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  • Padres' CJ Abrams: Remains out of lineup

    Abrams (biceps) isn't starting Friday against the Twins. Abrams is out of the lineup for a fifth consecutive game as he continues to deal with a biceps injury, but it's not yet clear whether he'll ultimately require a trip to the injured list. Ha-Seong Kim is starting at shortstop and batting eighth.
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  • Padres' CJ Abrams: Still not starting

    Abrams (biceps) isn't starting Wednesday against the Tigers. Abrams hasn't played since the Padres' first game after the All-Star break, and he'll remain sidelined in Wednesday's series finale as he continues to deal with a biceps injury. His next chance to return to the lineup is Friday against the Twins.
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  • Padres' CJ Abrams: Absence continues

    Abrams (biceps) is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Tigers. Abrams has not taken the field since the first game following the All-Star break, and he will remain out of the starting lineup for at least another day. Chances are he will remain out at least until Friday, as the Padres play an afternoon affair Wednesday and have off the following day.
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  • Padres' CJ Abrams: Remains out of lineup

    Abrams (biceps) isn't starting Monday's game against the Tigers. Abrams will sit out for a third consecutive game after he was scratched from Saturday's lineup due to right biceps soreness. Ha-Seong Kim is starting at shortstop and batting ninth.
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  • Padres' CJ Abrams: Sitting again Sunday

    Abrams (biceps) is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Mets. Abrams was scratched from Saturday's lineup with right biceps soreness and will remain on the bench Sunday. The 21-year-old didn't throw during the All-Star break before playing in Friday's game, and the injury remains bothersome.
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  • Padres' CJ Abrams: Dealing with biceps soreness

    Abrams was removed from Saturday's lineup against the Mets due to biceps soreness, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports. Abrams didn't throw over the All-Star break prior to throwing during Friday's matchup, so he'll be held out Saturday as a precautionary measure. He should be considered day-to-day ahead of Sunday's series finale.
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  • Padres' CJ Abrams: Crushes three-run blast

    Abrams went 2-for-4 with a three-run home run in Monday's 6-5 win over the Rockies. Abrams' eighth-inning blast gave the Padres just enough offense to get the win. He's started each of the last two games at shortstop with Ha-Seong Kim (thumb) hurt, though Kim was able to appear as a defensive replacement Monday and may not be out much longer. Abrams is 7-for-20 (.350) in July, and he's up to a .234/.281/.333 slash line with two homers, 11 RBI, 15 runs scored and a stolen base through 123 plate appearances overall.
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  • Padres' CJ Abrams: Fills in for resting Kim

    Abrams will start at shortstop and bat ninth in Tuesday's game against the Mariners, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports. The lefty-hitting Abrams returns to the lineup after he sat out each of the past three contests when the Padres opposed a pair of lefties (the Dodgers' Tyler Anderson and Clayton Kershaw) and one righty (the Mariners' Chris Flexen). Though Abrams will be getting the start at shortstop with the righty-hitting Ha-Seong Kim sitting against right-hander Logan Gilbert, Kim's absence from the lineup looks to be more of a maintenance day after he had started in each of the past 17 games. Now that Manny Machado is ready to handle third base on an everyday basis following a recent nine-game absence, Kim looks well positioned to serve as San Diego's primary shortstop against both left- and right-handed pitching. Abrams is slashing an unremarkable .238/.256/.286 during his latest stint with the big club and hasn't made a case for earning a full-time role now that the Padres are closer to full strength in the infield.
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  • Padres' CJ Abrams: Sits again versus lefty

    Abrams is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Dodgers. The lefty-hitting Abrams will sit for the second game in a row with the Dodgers bringing another lefty (Clayton Kershaw) to the hill. Before the back-to-back absences, Abrams started in 11 consecutive games, slashing .231/.250/.282 over that stretch. However, Manny Machado missed 10 of those contests with an ankle injury, and now that he's being reinstalled as the Padres' everyday third baseman, Abrams will have to battle Ha-Seong Kim for playing time at shortstop. Though Kim bats from the right side of the plate, he may not have to settle for the short side of platoon since he's outperformed Abrams at the dish during their respective time in the big leagues this season.
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