Beckham went 2-for-4 with a triple and a run in a loss to the Athletics on Wednesday.
The veteran handled first-base duties Wednesday and continued his solid month with his first triple of the campaign. Beckham continues to see semi-regular playing time at different positions around the infield and designated hitter, and he's gone 7-for-23 (.304) with a pair of home runs, three RBI, a walk and three runs overall thus far in July. The sample may be small, but it's been a highly welcome sight after Beckham hit a paltry .138 across 62 plate appearances in June.
Beckham went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in a loss to the Cardinals on Thursday.
Two games after slugging a pinch-hit homer, Beckham blasted his 14th round tripper of the season off Michael Wacha in the fourth inning to snap a 3-3 tie. The veteran filled in at third base for Kyle Seager while the latter received a day off Thursday, and Beckham's logged time at all four infield spots, left field and at designated hitter this season.
Beckham came on as a pinch hitter and belted a solo home run in his lone at-bat in Tuesday's victory over the Cardinals.
With the score tied 4-4, Beckham cleared the left field wall in the eighth inning to plate the game-winning run. The blast was only his second home run since May 30 and 13th overall this season. The clutch hit offers a glimmer of hope that Beckham can turn things around after suffering through a dismal June in which he hit only .138 and saw his playing time diminish significantly.
Beckham went 1-for-3 with a two-run homer and a walk in an extra-inning loss to the Astros on Saturday.
Beckham remained in the lineup despite Kyle Seager's (wrist) return to action, filling the designated hitter role and taking Justin Verlander deep in the second inning for his 12th home run of the season. The round tripper was Beckham's first since May 30 and served as just his fifth extra-base hit of June in what has been a forgettable month at the plate overall. Beckham has hit just .127 since the calendar flipped, resulting in a 30-point drop in his season average to .224.
Beckham was added to the lineup for Friday's game against the Astros in place of Kyle Seager (wrist), Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Seager was on track to return to action Friday following a two-game absence, but his wrist still bothered him during batting practice, so manager Scott Servais decided to remove him and insert Beckham in his place. Beckham will man the hot corner and hit fifth against Astros starter Wade Miley.
Beckham went 1-for-4 with an RBI double in a loss to the Brewers on Thursday.
The infielder drew a second straight start at third base with Kyle Seager nursing a sore hand, and he managed to come through with one of only two runs for the Mariners. Beckham has managed to see regular playing time in June thanks in part to J.P. Crawford's two-week absence due to an ankle injury, but he's been unable to make good use of it. Factoring in Thursday's production, Beckham is still hitting just .125 on the month, and he hasn't left the yard since May 30.
Beckham is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Athletics, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Beckham had started the previous three games, but his opportunities in the middle infield could dwindle with J.P. Crawford (ankle) and Dee Gordon (wrist) recently returning from the injured list. Crawford and Gordon are expected to serve as the primary options at shortstop and second base, respectively, pushing Beckham and Dylan Moore back into utility roles in the process. Beckham could still have a path to at-bats at designated hitter after the Mariners traded Edwin Encarnacion to the Yankees on Saturday.
Beckham is not in the lineup Thursday against the Astros, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Beckham will sit for a second straight day and the third time in four games as Dylan Moore picks up another start at shortstop in his stead. His only start during that stretch came against left-hander Wade Miley, suggesting the 29-year-old could be settling into the smaller side of a platoon with Moore while J.P. Crawford (ankle) remains on the shelf.
Beckham is not in the lineup Wednesday against the Astros, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Beckham is hitting just .125 over his last 10 appearances, so he'll give way to Dylan Moore at shortstop for the second time in three games.
Beckham is not in the lineup Monday against the Astros, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Beckham will head to the bench after starting the past five games, going 2-for-18 (.111) with a pair of homers and six RBI during those contests. Dylan Moore is starting at shortstop and hitting ninth in this one.
Beckham went 1-for-3 with a home run and three RBI in a loss to the Angels on Thursday.
Beckham produced all three of Seattle's runs in the game, belting a two-run shot to center in the fifth inning and driving in another run with an RBI groundout in the seventh. The home run was the second for Beckham in as many games and his 11th of the season. He has started only 11 of the Mariners' last 21 games but appears to be in line for increased playing time with J.P. Crawford (ankle) out of action for at least the next few weeks.
Beckham went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run Wednesday against the Rangers.
Beckham took Drew Smyly deep in the fourth inning to record his 10th home run of the season. Once again the team's everyday shortstop in the wake of J.P. Crawford's ankle injury, Beckham has shown he's capable of being a decent source of power production. Through 184 plate appearances this season, he has a .251 ISO and .509 slugging percentage.
Beckham is poised to take over everyday shortstop duties during what is expected to be an extended absence on the part of J.P. Crawford (ankle).
Beckham replaced Crawford in the eighth inning of Tuesday's loss after the latter significantly rolled his left ankle in a rundown. Crawford was headed for X-rays late Tuesday, but the expectation is that he'll miss several games at minimum even if he avoids the injured list. Thus, Beckham, who served as the everyday shortstop until earlier in May, appears slated for a return to his former duties for the foreseeable future.
Beckham is not in the lineup Saturday against Oakland.
Beckham had been serving as the primary third baseman after Ryon Healy went down with a back injury, but the return of Kyle Seager (hand) from the 60-day injured list puts an end to that arrangement. Beckham already lost his starting shortstop job to J.P. Crawford and may be behind Shed Long in the battle for playing time at second base as well.
Beckham went 2-for-5 with an RBI double in a loss to the Athletics on Friday.
Beckham was recently displaced from the everyday shortstop role by J.P. Crawford, but Ryon Healy's back injury has paved the way for Beckham to draw some starts at the hot corner. The veteran infielder is now 5-for-12 with a home run and six RBI over his last three appearances, with a bulk of that production coming in a five-RBI effort last Monday against the Rangers.
Beckham is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Rangers, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Beckham starred in Monday's 10-9 loss by reaching base four times and driving in five runs, but he took a step back Tuesday, striking out in all three of his at-bats. He'll sit in favor of Dylan Moore in the series finale and could see his opportunities at third base dwindle in the near future with Kyle Seager (hand) expected to return from the 10-day injured list Saturday.
Beckham went 3-for-4 with a walk, a home run and five RBI in Monday's 10-9 loss to the Rangers.
Seattle was in a 10-2 hole in the eighth inning when Beckham socked a grand slam off Shelby Miller, spurring a late rally that fell just short. The infielder has struggled to find consistent playing time since J.P. Crawford joined the roster -- Beckham got the nod at third base Monday, only his third start in the last eight games -- but the back strain that caused Ryon Healy to be removed in the sixth inning could open up some at-bats for him in the short term. Beckham's now slashing .265/.321/.516 through 43 games with nine homers and 26 RBI.
Beckham is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Twins, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
J.P. Crawford will make his ninth consecutive start at shortstop and appears to have unseated Beckham for primary duties at the position. While Beckham is capable of filling in at second and third base, he doesn't have a clear path to playing time at either of those positions now that both Dee Gordon and Ryon Healy are healthy. As a result, Beckham finds himself on the bench for the fifth time in eight games, making it difficult to justify holding him in shallower mixed leagues.
Beckham hit a solo home run Tuesday, going 2-for-3 in a victory over Oakland.
Beckham has lost playing time to J.P. Crawford of late, so his first homer since May 4 was a welcome sign. The 2008 No. 1 overall pick was batting .400 on April 7 but has seen his average tumble all the way down to .260 since that time. He has been on the bench for three of Seattle's last six games.
Beckham is not in the lineup Monday against the Athletics, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
J.P. Crawford starts his fourth straight game at shortstop, leaving Beckham to find playing time at other infield positions or sit on the bench, as he's now done in two of the Mariners' last three games. Beckham is hitting just .175/.203/.351 over his last 15 games.
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