Profar went 1-for-3 with a solo home run, a walk and a strikeout in Sunday's 8-7 loss to the Nationals.
Profar drew the start Sunday after he had come off the bench in each of the last seven contests, and he blasted a game-tying home run in the top of the seventh inning. The 28-year-old has now gone just 2-for-15 with a solo home run, a stolen base, three walks and four strikeouts across his last 10 appearances.
Profar went 4-for-5 with a run in Sunday's 11-1 victory versus Philadelphia.
Each of Profar's hits were singles, and his final base knock was cashed in on a Webster Rivas home run. The four-hit performance tied a career best for Profar, who has been on a tear at the plate of late. He has gone 8-for-13 with three doubles and three RBI over his past four games.
Profar is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Mets.
Though Trent Grisham will rest for the series finale, his return from the injured list Saturday looks like it will cost Profar his spot in the Padres' everyday lineup. That being said, Profar's ability to switch hit and play all over the infield and outfield should continue to create multiple pathways to playing time, so he'll likely be in store for at least a handful of starts per week even while the San Diego lineup is at full strength, with the exception of No. 1 catcher Austin Nola (knee).
Profar isn't starting Wednesday's game against the Cubs.
Profar will retreat to the bench after he went 0-for-14 with two runs, three walks and five strikeouts across the last five games. Tommy Pham will shift to center field while Brian O'Grady starts in left field.
Profar went 0-for-4 with a walk, run and stolen base in Thursday's loss to Milwaukee.
Profar made the most of his lone appearance on the basepaths, following an eighth-inning walk with a steal of a second base before coming around to score on a Fernando Tatis single. Profar has nine thefts this season, four of which have come in his past eight games. Over that span, he is batting .296, has walked five times, and has scored nine runs.
Profar went 2-for-3 with a walk, a double, a run scored, two RBI and a stolen base in Tuesday's 7-1 win over the Brewers.
The Padres made life miserable for Omar Narvaez by going 6-for-6 on steal attempts during the game, allowing them to rack up offense despite only five hits and zero homers on the night. Profar's swipe was his eighth of the year and third in eight games since returning from a stint in the COVID-19 protocols, a stretch during which he's slashing .333/.412/.400.
Profar went 2-for-5 with a run and a stolen base in Saturday's 6-0 win over the Mariners.
Profar has enjoyed a solid month of May, slashing .293/.341/.366 over 41 at-bats. He has collected two stolen bases over that span and is up to seven steals overall this season, tied for 11th in MLB.
Profar went 3-for-5 with three runs and an RBI in Friday's 16-1 rout of Seattle.
Profar slotted second in the lineup while starting in right field for San Diego in the easy win. He knocked in a run with a single in the fifth inning and subsequently came around to score his third run of the game. He has gone 6-for-15 (.400 average) with five runs and a stolen base since returning from the injured list May 17.
Profar (COVID-19) was activated from the injured list ahead of Monday's game against Colorado.
Profar was on the field during pregame warmups, and the Padres have since announced his activation from the injury list after he was named a close contact. He's hitting .190 with one homer and one RBI through seven games in May.
The Padres are optimisitic that Profar (COVID-19) will be activated ahead of Monday's game against Colorado, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Profar was spotted playing catch on the field prior to Monday's contest, though the club has yet to officially activate him. Both Profar and Jorge Mateo were deemed close contacts of Fernando Tatis, who tested positive for COVID-19.
Profar (COVID-19) was a close contact of Fernando Tatis, who tested positive for the virus Tuesday, Kyle Glaser of Baseball America reports.
There's been no report of Profar himself or Jorge Mateo testing positive, so both players will likely be able to return in short order if they can produce negative tests.
The Padres placed Profar on the injured list Tuesday due to health and safety protocols.
The utility player's return date will depend his COVID-19 test results. Profar is hitting just .234 on the season in 107 at-bats. Fernando Tatis and Jorge Mateo were also placed on the injured list for the same reason.
Profar homered in his lone at-bat during Saturday's 6-2 victory versus San Francisco.
Profar came into the game to play left field as part of a double switch in the top of the eighth inning. The move paid dividends quickly as Profar led off the bottom of the frame with his first long ball of the season. Though he is batting a modest .253 so far in 2021, Profar has knocked in 10 runs, stolen five bases and registered a strong 15:17 BB:K across 105 plate appearances.
Profar went 2-for-4 with a walk and scored twice in Wednesday's 12-3 win over Arizona.
Profar singled and scored in the fifth inning, then crossed the plate again in the eighth after leading off the frame with another single and subsequently swiping second. The 28-year-old is slashing .244/.354/.305 this season and is tied for fifth in the league with five steals. Profar figures to get plenty of chances to rack up stolen bases for a Padres team that leads MLB in thefts by a wide margin.
Profar went 1-for-3 with two walks, an RBI and a stolen base in Tuesday's 8-4 loss to the Pirates.
Profar managed to get on base three times for the third time this season. He got an RBI walk in the first, then later walked again in the fifth and reached on an infield single in the seventh and stole his second base of the year. The 28-year-old is slashing .278/.378/.333 with just three RBI and five runs scored through 12 games. He's maintained pretty solid discipline at the plate with a 7:4 BB:K but otherwise has stayed pretty quiet in terms of his overall production at the plate.
Profar went 3-for-5 with a run scored in Saturday's victory over Texas.
Profar started in right field for the first time this season after logging time in left field and at first base prior to Saturday. The utility man came through with his second multi-hit game of the campaign and extended his modest hit streak to three games. Profar is slashing .346/.387/.423 on the season and has registered a standout 6.5 percent strikeout rate in the early going.
Profar went 1-for-4 with a triple, a stolen base and two runs scored in Monday's 3-2 loss to the Giants.
Profar actually reached base twice in this one, but one of those instances came because of a fielder's choice. His triple came on a bloop into shallow right that was misplayed by two Giants outfielders, and Profar was able to use his speed to turn it into a fluky triple. He should continue to see time in left field until Trent Grisham (hamstring) is able to return from the injured list -- which could happen quite soon.
Profar could serve as the team's everyday center fielder to begin the season if Trent Grisham (hamstring) remains sidelined, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.
Grisham suffered a hamstring injury Thursday, though there isn't a lot of concern about the severity to this point. If, however, Grisham is sidelined longer than expected, Profar could see a significant increase in playing time. Brian O'Grady and Jorge Mateo are other candidates to play in center field, though they have yet to prove themselves at the big-league level the way that Profar has.
Profar (groin) will bat second and play left field Thursday against Cleveland.
Profar has had a disrupted spring, arriving late due to visa issues before suffering a minor groin injury that kept him sidelined for four days. He's ready to play again with three weeks remaining until Opening Day, which should be enough time for him to get up to speed, especially as he isn't penciled in for an everyday role.
Profar has missed three straight games due to tightness in his groin, but he could return to action Thursday, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.
Profar got off to a bit of a late start this spring after visa issues delayed his arrival at camp, and he has logged only seven at-bats overall due to that issue and the subsequent groin injury. However, it appears that the 28-year-old is about ready to return to action, which should give him enough time to shake off any rust by Opening Day, assuming he has no further setbacks.
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