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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Starting Sunday

    Kreidler is starting at shortstop and batting eighth in Sunday's game against the Twins. Kreidler picks up a start with Javier Baez getting the day game off. The rookie is stuck in a reserve role and is slashing just .190/.243/.254 this season, so he doesn't figure to offer a ton of fantasy value Sunday. He'll likely have to settle for a similar role in 2023 with Baez locked up on a six-year deal that he signed last offseason.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: On bench Saturday

    Kreidler isn't starting Saturday against the White Sox. Kreidler is out of the lineup for the third time in the last four games after he went 2-for-4 with a strikeout Friday. Jeimer Candelario will start at the hot corner and bat seventh.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Sitting in second straight

    Kreidler is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Orioles. Kreidler will sit for the second day in a row after producing an ugly .182/.255/.273 slash line over his first 52 plate appearances of his big-league career. In light of his struggles, the 24-year-old rookie may be in danger of moving into more of a part-time role over the final two weeks of the season.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Catches breather Tuesday

    Kreidler is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Orioles. Kreidler snapped out of a slump by reaching base three times and driving in three runs Monday, but that did not prevent him from being held out one day later.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Added to Saturday's lineup

    Kreidler was added to the lineup for Saturday's game against the White Sox. Kreidler was slated to get a day off Saturday, but he'll start at shortstop and bat seventh since Javier Baez (undisclosed) was scratched. Kreidler has hit just .189 with a home run, a double, four runs and two RBI over 11 games this month.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Takes seat Saturday

    Kreidler isn't starting Saturday against the White Sox. Kreidler went 0-for-7 with a run and three strikeouts over the last two matchups and will head to the bench for the second time in the last four games. Harold Castro is starting at third base and batting cleanup.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Riding pine Tuesday

    Kreidler is not in Tuesday's lineup against the Astros. Kody Clemens will start at the hot corner and bat seventh. Kreidler is hitting .233 with one home run, one double, nine strikeouts and three walks in nine games since getting the call this month.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Back in lineup Sunday

    Kreidler is starting at third base and batting ninth in Sunday's game against the Royals. Kreidler got Saturday's game off but will now be starting for the eighth time in the last nine contests. The Tigers are clearly wanting to take a look at the rookie, who is slashing .250/.321/.417 early in his career. Jeimer Candelario heads to the bench after starting at third Saturday.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Riding pine Saturday

    Kreidler isn't in the lineup Saturday against the Royals. Kreidler started the last seven games and hit .250 with a home run, a double, three runs, two RBI, three walks and seven strikeouts. Jeimer Candelario will take over at the hot corner and bat eighth.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Hits first MLB home run

    Kreidler went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Wednesday's 5-4 win over the Angels. A batter after fellow rookie Kerry Carpenter tied the game with a home run, Kreidler put the Tigers ahead with his first MLB long ball. The 24-year-old was called up from Triple-A Toledo earlier this month, and he's gone 4-for-20 across six games. Kreidler is one of Detroit's top prospects, and with Jonathan Schoop (ankle) out, the former should continue to see regular infield playing time in the final weeks of the season.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Picks up third straight start

    Kreidler will start at second base and bat seventh in Sunday's game against the Royals. After going 2-for-5 with two walks, two runs and an RBI while starting both of the past two games at third base, Kreidler will replace Willi Castro at the keystone in the series finale. The Tigers are expected to get primary second baseman Jonathan Schoop (ankle) from the injured list during the upcoming week, but so long as Kreidler keeps producing at the plate, expect manager A.J. Hinch to find room in the lineup for the rookie somewhere.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Call-up imminent

    The Tigers will select Kreidler's contract from Triple-A Toledo on Thursday. Kreidler is among the Tigers' top prospects, and he'll join the major-league club once active rosters expand to 28 players Thursday. The 24-year-old has had a slight decrease in production at Toledo this year, slashing .218/.359/.421 with eight homers, 29 runs, 22 RBI and 15 stolen bases over 55 games in 2022. However, Kreidler should have a chance to carve out big-league at-bats over the final month of the season, especially while Jonathan Schoop (ankle) remains sidelined.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Back in action

    Kreidler (hand) returned to the lineup for Triple-A Toledo on Saturday. Kreidler returned from hand surgery in late May but appeared in just two games before being shut down again for nearly two weeks. He's ready to go again now and will look to build on his .243/.333/.446 slash line through his first 20 games.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Nursing sore hand

    Tigers manager A.J. Hinch said that Kreidler hasn't played for Triple-A Toledo since Sunday due to a sore right hand, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports. Kreidler initially fractured the hand in late April and underwent surgery before he made his return to the Triple-A lineup May 27. However, he appeared in just two games for Toledo before his hand started bothering him again. The setback doesn't seem to be a significant one for Kreidler, but he could miss a few more games until the discomfort completely subsides.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Reinstated from injured list

    Kreidler (hand) was reinstated from the 7-day minor-league injured list Friday. Kreidler has been sidelined since late April due to a fractured right hand that required surgery. However, he'll be back in action at Triple-A Toledo after missing just over a month. Prior to his absence, he slashed .246/.346/.462 with four homers, 12 RBI, six runs and four stolen bases over 18 games.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Expected to return Friday

    Kreidler (hand) is expected to return to the lineup at Triple-A Toledo on Friday, Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press reports. Kreidler underwent surgery to repair a fractured right hand in late April, but he'll return to game action after missing just over a month. The 24-year-old slashed .246/.346/.462 with four homers, 12 RBI, six runs and four stolen bases over 18 games in Toledo prior to his absence. If he performs well after returning to action, Kreidler will likely be in the mix to make his major-league debut at some point in 2022.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Progressing in recovery

    Kreidler (hand) has recently been participating in strengthening activities, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports. Kreidler underwent surgery on his fractured right hand in late April, but he's been able to work on his recovery approximately two weeks after the procedure. The 24-year-old still has several steps to take before he's in consideration to return to game action, but he's progressing well so far.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Considered for call-up

    Kreidler was considered for a promotion to the majors with Javier Baez (thumb) landing on the IL over the weekend, though the team ultimately went with Willi Castro, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports. Castro is on the 40-man roster while Kreidler is not, which probably ended up being the driving factor, especially with Baez not expected to be out too long. However, the team does seem to think highly of Kreidler, and the 24-year-old may get called up for his MLB debut later this year. If Kreidler does get added to the roster at some point, Zack Short may be the odd man out.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Won't make Opening Day roster

    Kreidler will not make Detroit's Opening Day roster, Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Pressreports. Kreidler hit a grand slam in his fifth spring training contest, though he has only one other hit across eight at-bats. He could be close to his major-league debut after he racked up 162 plate appearances at Triple-A Toledo and hit .304/.407/.519 to close the 2021 season. However, his path to the majors is complicated by the fact that he is not on the 40-man roster and that his primary positions -- shortstop and third base -- are occupied by Javier Baez and Jeimer Candelario.
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  • Tigers' Ryan Kreidler: Earns camp invite

    Kreidler was invited to the Tigers' major-league camp Saturday. The 24-year-old shortstop will make his case for an Opening Day roster spot during spring training. While the team signed Javier Baez to fill his primary position over the winter, he has little left to prove in the minors after hitting .304/.407/.519 in 41 games for Triple-A Toledo last season. It's possible he returns to Toledo to get some experience at other positions to start the year.
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