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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Out of lineup Wednesday

    Langeliers is not in the starting lineup for Wednesday's season finale versus the Angels. Langeliers will take a seat after he went 1-for-6 with four walks and two RBI while starting the first two games of the series. Sean Murphy will slide over to designated hitter while Stephen Vogt enters the lineup at catcher and bats fifth against the Angels.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Crushes two homers

    Langeliers went 2-for-4 with two home runs, four RBI and a walk in Sunday's 10-3 win over the Mariners. Langeliers provided the Athletics' first and last scoring plays in the game. He hit a solo shot in the fourth inning and a three-run blast in the ninth. The catcher went yard three times in as many games in this weekend series versus the Mariners while snapping his 20-game power drought Friday. He's up to six long balls, 20 RBI, 14 runs scored and a .222/.246/.444 slash line through 37 contests in his major-league career.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Accounts for lone run in loss

    Langeliers went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Friday's 2-1 loss to the Mariners. Langeliers' second-inning blast was one of three hits for the Athletics, and he produced their lone run in the low-scoring game. The catcher has gone 8-for-26 (.308) with four doubles, a homer and three RBI in his last seven games. For the year, the rookie is up to a .219/.239/.406 slash line with four homers, 16 RBI, 12 runs scored, 10 doubles and a triple through 134 plate appearances.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Doubles in third straight

    Langeliers went 1-for-4 with a double in a loss to the Mets on Sunday, his third straight game with a two-bagger. The rookie filled in at DH on Sunday and continued to put good wood on the ball after also belting doubles Thursday and Saturday. Langeliers' .211/.233/.386 slash line over his first 120 big-league plate appearances leaves plenty to be desired, but he's now laced 13 of his 24 hits for extra bases.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Multi-hit effort in loss

    Langeliers went 2-for-4 with an RBI double in a loss to the Mariners on Thursday. The rookie's third-inning two-bagger plated Stephen Vogt to snap a 3-3 tie. Langeliers has been enjoying regular playing time behind the dish and at designated hitter but is still struggling to make consistent contact against big-league arms -- he's struck out at a massive 41.4 percent clip over 16 games during the month, and Thursday's multi-hit effort was his first since Sept. 1.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Resting Thursday

    Langeliers isn't starting Thursday against the Astros. Langeliers started the last two games and went 2-for-7 with a run, a walk and four strikeouts. Stephen Vogt will serve as the designated hitter and bat sixth Thursday.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Resting Sunday

    Langeliers is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the White Sox. Langeliers is sitting for only the fourth time since being promoted to the big leagues Aug. 16. Sean Murphy will handle catching duties while Stephen Vogt steps in as the Athletics' designated hitter with Langeliers on the bench.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Takes seat Thursday

    Langeliers isn't in the lineup Thursday against the White Sox. Langeliers is getting a breather after he started the last seven games and hit .185 with a homer, a double, five RBI and 10 strikeouts. Stephen Vogt will serve as the designated hitter and bat cleanup.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Another clutch hit Sunday

    Langeliers went 1-for-4 with a two-run single in a win over the Orioles on Sunday. Langeliers' third-inning single plated both Vimael Machin and Stephen Vogt, staking the Athletics to a 3-0 lead at the time. The rookie now has a trio of multi-RBI efforts in his last nine games thanks to a .375 average across eight plate appearances with runners in scoring position during that span.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Drives in three

    Langeliers went 2-for-5 with a double, a home run and three RBI on Thursday against the Nationals. Langeliers led off the fifth inning with his third career homer. Five frames later, he delivered a two-RBI double that gave Oakland a short-lived lead. Entering the game, Langeliers was hitless across his last 13 at-bats with seven strikeouts. In 58 big-league plate appearances, Langeliers has maintained a .232/.241/.518 with a 43.1 percent strikeout rate.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Not starting Tuesday

    Langeliers is on the bench Tuesday against the Nationals. It's been a rough past couple games for Langeliers, as he's struck out six times while going 0-for-9. Stephen Vogt is filling in as the designated hitter Tuesday.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Shines against Yankees

    Langeliers went 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBI in a loss to the Yankees on Thursday. Oakland trailed by 10 runs through five innings before Langeliers provided a murmur of protest with his solo shot to left field in the sixth. The catcher knocked in another run with an infield single in the seventh, and he finished with the second three-hit performance of his young career. Though Sean Murphy remains the Athletics' primary catcher, Langeliers has made enough of a positive impression that he's frequently been used in the DH slot. The 24-year-old is slashing .294/.306/.647 with two homers, four doubles and seven RBI across his first nine major-league contests.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Three hits Sunday

    Langeliers went 3-for-4 with a double, a triple, one RBI and one run scored in Sunday's win over Seattle. Langeliers got the start at catcher Sunday and made the most of it with the first multi-hit game of his young career. The rookie is now slashing .316/.300/.737 since being called up Aug. 16. It has not been all great for the rookie, however, as with another strikeout Sunday, he has struck out in each of the five games he has started and failed to record a walk, leading to his average being higher than his on-base percentage.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Sitting Saturday

    Langeliers is not in Saturday's lineup against the Mariners. He has played pretty regularly since getting the call earlier this week, primarily as the designated hitter. Langeliers is 3-for-15, with all three of his hits going for extra bases (two doubles, one home run). He has struck out eight times in 16 plate appearances. Stephen Vogt slots in at designated hitter while batting cleanup.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Plays first game behind dish

    Langeliers drew his first big-league start at catcher in a loss to the Rangers on Thursday, going 1-for-4 with a double and a run. The rookie backstop also threw out Marcus Semien on an attempted steal of second base in the first inning and had three assists overall in the first three frames, per the Associated Press. Langeliers has gotten off to a hot start with his bat against big-league arms, with all three of his hits over his first three games going for extra bases (two doubles and a home run).
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Langeliers may be the Athletics' catcher of the future, but he's started back-to-back games at DH after getting the call Tuesday, going 2 for 8 with a home run, a double and five strikeouts. For Fantasy, we don't so much care where he plays as long as he's playing, and if the Athletics see him as a viable option for their DH spot, it may even mean he plays more regularly than the average catcher-eligible player. It doesn't take much production to matter at that position, and Langeliers certainly has the capacity for it, namely by hitting for power. The hit tool may be a bit lacking, with the early strikeout surplus perhaps serving as a warning sign, but at least in two-catcher leagues, the prize of the Matt Olson trade is already worth a flier.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Launches first career home run

    Langeliers went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Wednesday's 7-2 win over the Rangers. Langliers crushed an 0-2 curveball over the right-field fence in the eighth inning for his first career home run. The rookie now has extra-base hits in each of his two starts this season, picking up right where he left off in Triple-A, where he maintained a .510 slugging percentage. Oakland currently boasts one of the better offensive catchers in the majors in Sean Murphy, so Langliers figures to continue filling in as the designated hitter or slotting in behind the dish during Murphy's off days.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Hits double in debut

    Langeliers went 1-for-4 with a double, a run scored and three strikeouts in Tuesday's 5-1 win over the Athletics. Langeliers was able to get a few milestones checked off in his big-league debut, including his first hit and first run. Despite three strikeouts Tuesday, the 24-year-old shouldn't struggle in a major way with contact -- he struck out at a 21.9 percent clip while slashing .283/.366/.510 with 19 home runs, 56 RBI, 62 runs scored and five stolen bases with Triple-A Las Vegas prior to his call-up. The catching prospect is a solid defender and should get a long audition for an everyday role, sharing time with current No. 1 catcher Sean Murphy behind the dish and at designated hitter for the remainder of the season.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Should get late-season promotion

    Athletics general manager David Forst said Monday that he expects Langeliers to receive a promotion from Triple-A Las Vegas before the end of the season, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Since Oakland will already have to add Langeliers to its 40-man roster this offseason to protect him from the Rule 5 draft, the organization appears motivated to at least give him a late-season look in the majors to see if he's ready to take over the No. 1 catcher's role from Sean Murphy, who could be traded this winter as he heads into his first year of arbitration. At least at the plate, Langeliers looks deserving of a stiffer test, as he's slashing .281/.362/.513 with 38 extra-base hits and five stolen bases while maintaining a 22.3 percent strikeout rate across 381 plate appearances for Las Vegas. Langeliers has also drawn favorable reviews for his work defensively, which should help his case for playing regularly even if he gets off to a slow start with the bat to begin his big-league career. Forst didn't specify when Langeliers' call-up might come, but the 24-year-old at least makes for an appealing pickup for fantasy managers in deeper leagues who can afford a luxury stash.
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  • Athletics' Shea Langeliers: Power stroke missing in action

    Langeliers is batting .270/.354/.506 with 11 homers for Triple-A Las Vegas, but he hasn't gone yard in the last month. His last homer came back on May 7, and Langeliers has hit only .221/.282/.273 in the interim. It's bad timing for the 24-year-old backstop, as Sean Murphy has struggled at the dish for Oakland (.636 OPS) and backup Christian Bethancourt has been even worse (.605 OPS). The door is open for Langeliers to force his way up to the big leagues if he can rediscover his power stroke soon. He put up an eyebrow-raising .309/.407/.691 batting line through his first 26 games this season before hitting the skids.
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