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2022 1092.7 24 5 18 11 5 .291
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3y Avg. 38.52.8 8 2 6 4 2 .298
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Loses grip on everyday role

    Grissom is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game in Washington, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. For the third game in a row, the rookie finds himself on the bench against a right-handed starting pitcher, an indication that manager Brian Snitker views Grissom as a bench player. Orlando Arcia will pick up another start at the keystone at the expense of Grissom, who has slashed .163/.250/.163 with a 29.2 percent strikeout rate over his last 14 games.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Out of lineup again

    Grissom isn't starting Tuesday's game against the Nationals. The rookie infielder will get a second consecutive day off after playing in nine straight games for Atlanta. Orlando Arcia will assume his spot at second base and bat ninth.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Resting Monday

    Grissom is out of the lineup for Monday's game in Washington, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. After Ozzie Albies (finger) moved back to the injured list Sept. 18 following a short-lived return from his broken foot, Grissom has taken back everyday duties at second base. The rookie started each of the past eight games and went 6-for-25 with three walks, but he'll be on the bench for the series opener in Washington as manager Brian Snitker gives utility man Orlando Arcia a rare look at the keystone.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Will play some outfield

    Grissom, who is not in Friday's lineup against the Phillies, will see time in the outfield corners, at second base and at designated hitter over the rest of the season, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Ozzie Albies is making his long-awaited return Friday at second base, so Atlanta will have to get creative to find playing time for Grissom. The 21-year-old rookie with a .304/.355/.482 slash line through his first 31 MLB games has played exclusively at the keystone in the majors so far, but he has the athleticism to be able to handle left or right field, and he should start at second base on days when Atlanta gives Albies the nod at designated hitter.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Absent from Friday's lineup

    Grissom isn't starting Friday against Philadelphia. Grissom served as an everyday player for Atlanta over the last month but will retreat to the bench for the second time in the last three games. The 21-year-old should see decreased playing time down the stretch after Ozzie Albies (foot) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list Friday.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Out of lineup Tuesday

    Grissom isn't starting in Tuesday's game against San Francisco. Grissom will sit Tuesday after batting .304 over the past week. He was involved in a collision in right field with teammate Robbie Grossman on Sunday, per Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. While Grissom stayed in the game, it's possible he's dealing with some lingering effects. In his place, Ehire Adrianza will get the nod at second and bat ninth in the Atlanta order.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Pops fourth homer

    Grissom went 1-for-3 with a walk and a two-run home run in Friday's 8-1 win over the Marlins. The rookie took Sandy Alcantara deep in the fourth inning, one of five Atlanta homers on the night and Grissom's fourth in the majors. He's cooled down somewhat since a blistering start to his big-league career, but over his last 12 games, the 21-year-old is still slashing ,267/.298/.422 with two homers, one steal, five RBI and seven runs. His 14.9 percent strikeout rate during that stretch doesn't suggest the league has figured him out yet.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Swipes third bag

    Grissom went 1-for-3 with a run scored and a steal in Tuesday's loss to the Rockies. Atlanta ran wild on Elias Diaz on Tuesday, as three different runners stole second, including Grissom in the second, good for his third on the season. Grissom proceeded to score on a Dansby Swanson double. In 19 games, Grissom is batting .338 and has scored 16 runs. The 16 runs are good for eighth in the majors since he was called up Aug. 10 and part of the reason Atlanta has maintained pace with the Mets.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Three hits in Tuesday's win

    Grissom went 3-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI in Tuesday's 6-1 win over the Pirates. The 21-year-old rookie continues a remarkable start to his big-league career. In 14 games since being called up from Double-A Mississippi to cover for a rash of injuries to Atlanta's middle infielders, Grissom has eight multi-hit performances, leading to an absurd .420/463/.660 slash line with three homers, two steals, 10 RBI and 14 runs -- all while hitting mainly in the bottom third of the order.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Sleeper hitters for Week 21 (Aug. 22-28)

    How do you leave Grissom out of your lineup at this point? He's been a hit machine since reaching the majors, just like he was in the minors, and the Braves' matchups aren't exactly prohibitive, beginning with a three-game series against the Pirates. If the trend continues, he'll be too rostered to qualify as a sleeper hitter next time around.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Pops homer in win

    Grissom went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Saturday's 5-4 extra-innings win over the Astros. Grissom responded to just the second hitless game of his career Friday with his sixth multi-hit effort Saturday. He knocked a game-tying solo shot in the fifth inning. The 21-year-old infielder has slashed .385/.442/.667 through 43 plate appearances, adding three homers, eight RBI, 12 runs scored and two stolen bases through 11 games. Grissom will look to hold down a starting role at the keystone at least until Ozzie Albies (foot) returns, which isn't expected to be until mid-September at the earliest. If Grissom stays hot, manager Brian Snitker may have no choice but to find a spot for his bat in the lineup.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Big night in box score

    Grissom went 2-for-4 with three RBI, two runs scored and one steal in Wednesday's loss against the Mets. The 21-year-old continued to produce with another fruitful night at the plate. He has hit safely in seven of his eight games this season, generating multi-hit efforts in five of those contests. The rookie also now has 30 stolen bases across all levels this season. Given his early success, it will be interesting to see how skipper Brian Snitker manages Grissom's playing time once Ozzie Albies (foot) returns to action.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Possible waiver wire pickups

    What an impressive first five games for the Braves' latest 21-year-old promoted directly from Double-A. Granted, most clubs wouldn't have even one of those, but it worked out so well with Michael Harris that the Braves are trying for two. And who can doubt them at this point? Grissom homered and stole a base in his debut Thursday, then homered again Saturday, then reached base four times Sunday, including twice on walks. The athleticism is apparent, but it's the contact skills that stood out most in the minors, where he struck out just 12.2 percent of the time this year. At this point, why even worry about what happens when Ozzie Albies returns? Grissom is already flashing five-category potential, so just go with it.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Wednesday's debut may have been only one game, but it was nonetheless historic for Grissom, who became the youngest player in the modern era to homer and steal a base in his debut. He contributed a fair amount of both of those (14 and 27) in the minors, but it's his bat-to-ball skills that stood out most. In three years across four levels, he struck out at only a 13.4 percent rate, which is akin to Juan Soto. The most questionable part of Grissom's offensive game is his power, but his peak exit velocities suggest considerable upside there. He also looks like he's still growing into his 6-foot-3 frame. It never hurts to take a shot on upside, which Grissom clearly has, but note that playing time could become an issue when Ozzie Albies (fractured foot) returns in two weeks or so.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Gets big-league call-up

    Atlanta selected Grissom's contract from Double-A Mississippi on Wednesday. He'll start at second base and bat ninth in his MLB debut in Atlanta's series finale in Boston. Grissom's promotion is an unexpectedly aggressive one, as he had appeared in just 22 games at Mississippi since being called up from High-A Rome on July 12. Due to his positional flexibility, Grissom will have ample opportunities to crack the starting lineup, though he will likely be most utilized at the keystone with Orlando Arcia (hamstring) on the 10-day injured list and with Ozzie Albies (foot) on the 60-day IL. Grissom showcased an intriguing blend of power, speed and contact skills between his two minor-league stops this season, slashing .315/.405/.494 with 36 extra-base hits and 27 steals in 442 plate appearances.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Climbs to Double-A

    Atlanta promoted Grissom from High-A Rome to Double-A Mississippi on Monday, Kiley McDaniel of ESPN.com reports. The 21-year-old will rise to Double-A after he slashed .312/.404/.487 with 11 home runs and 20 stolen bases in 24 attempts across 344 plate appearances for Rome. Grissom primarily played shortstop with Rome, but he also picked up six starts apiece at second base and third base. His ability to play multiple infield spots could help expedite his arrival to the big leagues if he continues to perform well at the plate at the higher levels of the minors.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Back-to-back slams for Rome

    Grissom went 4-for-7 with a double, two home runs, five runs scored and eight RBI for High-A Rome on Thursday in a 22-1 rout of Asheville. The 21-year-old hit grand slams in consecutive innings as he powered the Rome offense to a huge win. Grissom has at least three hits in three straight games and has hit safely in 11 of 13 contests in June, posting a blistering .377/.431/.604 slash line with three homers, three steals, 13 RBI and 13 runs on the month while maintaining an excellent 13.8 percent strikeout rate. It may not be long before Atlanta's No. 2 fantasy prospect gets a promotion to Double-A.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Steady production in High-A

    Grissom is hitting .294/.395/.392 with two homers, 20 RBI and five steals across 25 games for High-A Rome. That 11:16 BB:K looks good on him, if not quite as incredible as the 11:5 mark he put up in 12 games after being promoted to Rome last year. A 2019 11th-round pick, Grissom looked very promising in the minors last year, producing a composite .319/.418/.464 line with seven homers, 16 steals and a 45:54 BB:K across 87 games. The 21-year-old is a big player at 6-foot-3, 210 pounds, but despite seeing plenty of action at second and third base last year, he's mostly stayed at shortstop this season. Ultimately, he may profile as nothing more than a very good utility infielder, but with a frame that big, he certainly could grow into more power, which would help his case to become an everyday big leaguer down the line.
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  • Braves' Vaughn Grissom: Lands on IL

    Low-A Augusta placed Grissom on its 7-day injured list Monday with an unspecified injury. Before landing on the shelf, the 20-year-old outfielder was hitting .271 with two home runs and five stolen bases across 166 plate appearances. Augusta has yet to shed light on the nature of Grissom's injury or provide information on when he might be ready to play again.
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