Schoop (wrist) was transferred to the 45-day injured list Tuesday.
The move ends Schoop's season, as he'd only just hit the 10-day injured list one week prior. It's not clear if his wrist sprain is worse than originally feared or if he simply wasn't going to have time to return before the end of the week. Brandon Dixon was recalled in a corresponding move.
Schoop was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday with a right wrist sprain.
Niko Goodrum was reinstated in a corresponding move, so Schoop's at-bats will essentially go to Goodrum moving forward. The move is retroactive to Sept. 13, so Schoop could theoretically return on Sept. 23 if he requires the minimum stay.
Schoop was held out Sunday due to hamstring and wrist soreness, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports.
Schoop wasn't in Sunday's lineup as a result of his soreness, and he'll get an extra day to recover Monday as the Tigers have a scheduled day off. Manager Ron Gardenhire didn't sound too concerned about the issues, so Schoop should return to action soon.
Schoop is not in Sunday's lineup against the White Sox.
He has cooled off a bit, hitting .209 with zero home runs in 43 at-bats this month. Sergio Alcantara will start at second base and bat ninth.
Schoop (wrist) is starting at second base and batting second Wednesday against the Brewers.
He left Tuesday's game after getting hit on the wrist by a pitch, but X-rays were negative and he was expected to be right back in the lineup for Wednesday's day game. Schoop is hitting .281 with one home run in his last 10 games.
Schoop (wrist) had X-rays come back negative and is expected to be in the lineup Wednesday against the Brewers, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports.
The 28-year-old exited Tuesday's contest after being hit by a pitch on his right wrist, but he may not miss any additional time. Schoop is 7-for-27 with two triples, a double and three RBI through eight games in September.
Schoop was removed from Tuesday's game against the Brewers after being hit by a pitch on his right wrist, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports.
The 28-year-old struck out in his first plate appearance before getting hit by the pitch his second time up. Schoop's preliminary diagnosis is a right wrist contusion, and he should be considered day-to-day until the team provides another update.
Schoop went 2-for-5 with a triple, double, two runs and an RBI in Sunday's 10-8 win over the Twins.
The two extra-base hits matched Schoop's total from his previous nine games combined. Even after the recent lull in terms of power production, Schoop is still sporting a career-best .883 OPS on the season while scoring 24 runs and driving in 22 over his 37 games. He'll remain in the lineup for Monday's series finale in Minnesota, manning the keystone and batting second.
Schoop went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Twins.
Schoop has arguably been Detroit's best offensive player this season, as the veteran now has eight home runs, 19 RBI and an .870 OPS through 31 games. He should continue to bat in a prominent lineup spot and produce good counting stats the rest of the way.
Schoop went 3-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored in Wednesday's 7-6 win over the Cubs.
Schoop has been raking lately. He hit a grand slam in Tuesday's game and is now 10-for-21 across his last five contests. The hot streak has boosted the veteran's batting average up to an even .300, to go along with an .849 OPS.
Schoop went 1-for-4 with a walk and a grand slam in Tuesday's 7-1 win over the Cubs.
Schoop took Casey Sadler deep with the bases loaded in the sixth inning, and the veteran second baseman is now up to seven home runs and 16 RBI this season. He's been particularly locked in lately, recording three home runs and seven RBI across his last eight games.
Schoop (hamstring) is starting Monday against the Cubs.
Schoop was held out of Sunday's contest against Cleveland while nursing a sore hamstring, but he'll return to the starting nine just one day later. Prior to Sunday's absence, Schoop had started every game for the Tigers this season, hitting .278 with six home runs and 12 RBI.
Schoop is on the bench for Sunday's game against the Indians due to a sore hamstring, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.
Schoop's absence from the lineup for the first time this season was initially believed to be just a pre-planned maintenance day, but manager Ron Gardenhire later revealed that the injury was behind the second baseman's move to the bench. Fortunately, the Tigers don't think that Schoop's hamstring issue is anything serious, and the club anticipates that he'll be ready to go for Monday's series opener with the Cubs. Willi Castro is spelling Schoop at the keystone for the series finale in Cleveland.
Schoop is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Indians, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.
After starting in each of the Tigers' first 25 games, Schoop will get his first day off of the season, paving the way for Willi Castro to pick up a start at second base. Schoop finished the 2019 campaign with the Twins as a reserve after Luis Arraez unseated him as the everyday option at the keystone, but the 28-year-old has enjoyed a nice resurgence in Detroit. Over 104 plate appearances on the campaign, Schoop is slashing .278/.308/.495 with six home runs, 15 runs and 12 RBI.
Schoop went 4-for-5 with a two-run homer, a double and a second run scored in Friday's 10-5 win over Cleveland.
Schoop and his teammates took out some frustration as they erupted for 10 runs and ended Cleveland's 20-game winning streak over the Tigers. The veteran second baseman now has six home runs this season to go along with 12 RBI, 15 runs scored and an .828 OPS, which would be his highest mark since 2017, when he crushed a career-best 32 long balls in Baltimore.
Schoop went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 10-4 loss to the White Sox.
Schoop hit his second home run of August and fifth of the season in the second inning off Chicago starter Dylan Cease. The veteran second baseman should continue to post decent power numbers for Detroit after hitting at least 20 home runs in each of the past four years.
Schoop went 3-for-4 with a run scored in Monday's 7-2 loss to the White Sox.
It was the third three-hit game for Schoop this season, and the effort raised his batting average to .256. All three hits were singles, and after hitting home runs in three consecutive contests toward the end of July, the veteran second baseman has gone deep just once this month.
Schoop went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Wednesday's 7-5 loss to the White Sox.
Schoop hit his fourth home run of the season in the first inning against Chicago starter Dylan Cease. The Detroit second baseman hit 23 long balls a season ago for Minnesota and should continue to provide decent power numbers for the Tigers.
Schoop went 3-for-6 with a double, three runs scored and an RBI in Saturday's 11-5 win over the Pirates.
The 28-year-old hit a homer in three straight games in late July, but entering Saturday he was 3-for-17 with six strikeouts in his last four games. Schoop has a .265/.269/.469 slash line with three homers, eight runs and eight RBI in 12 games this season.
Schoop went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in a loss to the Royals on Thursday.
Schoop homered to left field in the fourth inning to register his third straight game with a long ball. The 28-year-old hasn't picked up any other hits during that span, but he has driven in six runs. Schoop has totaled over 20 homers in each of his last four seasons, so he is a decent power option at second base.
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