Schoop went 2-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in Saturday's 8-3 loss to the Angels.
The 29-year-old has homered eight times through 17 games in June, including three long balls in his last five contests. Schoop's strong run at the plate has lifted his slash line to .275/.329/.471 with 13 homers, 34 RBI and 32 runs scored across 280 plate appearances this year.
Schoop went 2-for-4 with a home run, an additional run scored and a walk in Thursday's loss against the Angels.
Schoop has posted three straight multi-hit games and extended his hitting streak to four contests. The veteran second baseman is hitting an excellent .386 through 57 at-bats in June.
Schoop went 3-for-5 in Wednesday's 6-5 win over Kansas City.
All three of Schoop's hits were singles, but he wasn't able to get directly involved on any scoring plays. The infielder has racked up five multi-hit efforts through 14 games in June. He's slashing .272/.323/.453 with 11 home runs, 32 RBI and 28 runs scored through 266 plate appearances as a near-everyday option in the lineup.
Schoop went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and two runs scored in Tuesday's win over the Royals.
After a sluggish start to the season, Schoop has gotten going at the plate, as he's now batting .265 with 11 home runs. The veteran infielder has collected six of those long balls this month alone, and it looks like he's back to delivering steady production for fantasy managers.
Schoop (hand) is starting Monday's game against the Royals.
Schoop was scratched from Sunday's lineup against the White Sox due to left hand soreness and didn't appear off the bench in the contest. He'll serve as the designated hitter Monday while Miguel Cabrera starts at first base.
Schoop was scratched from Sunday's lineup against the White Sox because of left hand soreness, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.
Schoop was originally slated to start the ballgame at first base, but apparently some discomfort in his hand will put him on the bench for the series finale. Harold Castro will replace him as the first baseman and bat ninth. Schoop can be considered day-to-day for the time being, with Detroit likely to provide further update later Sunday.
Schoop went 3-for-4 with a solo home run and a walk Thursday against the Mariners.
Schoop extended his hitting streak to four games, and he has now collected at least one hit in 16 of his last 18 starts. The highlight of his production Thursday came when he took Justus Sheffield deep in the first inning to record his 10th homer of the season. Schoop is now hitting .266/.317/.446 with 29 RBI and 24 runs scored across 243 plate appearances.
Schoop went 4-for-4 with two home runs, a double, a walk, five RBI and two runs scored in Friday's 9-8 loss to the White Sox.
Schoop drove in five of the Tigers' first six runs after he had an RBI double in the third, a solo home run in the sixth and then a three-run homer in the seventh. The 29-year-old has caught fire at the plate recently, slashing .368/.442/.711 with seven home runs, 18 RBI, 11 runs scored and a 9:15 BB:K over his last 19 games.
Schoop went 3-for-5 with a double, two home runs and three RBI in Tuesday's win over the Brewers.
Schoop connected for his sixth home run of the season in the second inning with a runner on, then added his seventh home run on a solo blast in the sixth. The veteran infielder has been locked in lately with four home runs, seven RBI and a .421 batting average across his last 10 games.
Schoop went 2-for-4 with an RBI in Monday's extra-inning loss to the Brewers.
Schoop has mostly struggled this season with a .242/.295/.353 slash line but he's been better over his last 10 games, posting a .368/.442/.553 line. The veteran should continue to play regularly at first and second base for the Tigers in the near term, giving him the opportunity to build on his recent strong play.
Schoop went 2-for-3 with a run scored and two walks in Sunday's win over the Yankees.
Schoop made his presence felt in the middle of the lineup, reaching base in all but one of his five plate appearances and crossing home plate following an RBI single from Victor Reyes. The veteran infielder has been seeing the ball well of late and has hit safely in eight of the Tigers' last nine contests, posting four multi-hit games in that stretch.
Schoop went 2-for-3 with a solo home run, a hit-by-pitch and an additional run scored in Saturday's 6-1 victory over the Yankees.
Schoop accounted for Detroit's final run of the contest with a solo shot to left field in the fifth inning. The homer was his second in the past three games and fifth overall this season. Schoop started the season slowly but has picked things up recently, hitting .319 (22-for-69) with three homers and nine RBI over his past 17 games.
Schoop went 1-for-4 with a solo home run Thursday against Cleveland.
Schoop provided the only run the Tigers could muster against Shane Bieber when he slugged his fourth home run of the season in the seventh inning. He's riding a six-game hitting streak, through he's managed only two RBI and one run scored in that span. For the season, Schoop is hitting .226/.268/.328 with 16 runs scored and 16 RBI across 190 plate appearances.
Schoop went 3-for-5 with a walk, a double and two RBI in Saturday's 9-8 extra-inning win over the Cubs.
The veteran infielder has four multi-hit performances in the last eight games, slashing .303/.361/.394 over that stretch, but Saturday's RBI were his first in 11 contests and Schoop hasn't homered since April 27. His .536 OPS on the year remains the worst mark of his career despite the recent hot streak.
Schoop went 3-for-4 with a run scored in Wednesday's win over the Royals.
All three hits were singles, but Schoop will take it, as he entered the game batting just .190. The veteran batted .278 in 44 games for the Tigers last season and has proven himself to be a capable hitter at the MLB level, so he should be able to pick up his production at least a little bit heading into the summer.
Schoop went 2-for-5 with a walk and two runs scored in Thursday's loss to the Red Sox.
It was Schoop's first multi-hit performance since April 22, and in the 11 games between then and Thursday, the veteran recorded just five hits in 40 at-bats. For the season, Schoop is batting .192, and he'll need to get hot at the plate to hold onto regular playing time, though the Tigers may choose to feature younger players at some point anyway.
Schoop went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's win over the White Sox.
Schoop took Matt Foster deep in the eighth inning for his second home run of the season. The veteran infielder has yet to get going at the plate, as he's batting just .192 with a .492 OPS, but he should still see regular playing time at both first and second base for the Tigers, at least until the team potentially decides to audition some younger players.
Schoop is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Royals.
Harold Castro will enter the lineup in place of Schoop, who had started in each of the Tigers' last six games. Five of those starts came at first base, and that position will likely be Schoop's primary home moving forward with the Tigers likely to deploy the newly activated Miguel Cabrera at designated hitter in most games in an effort to preserve his health. The eligibility Schoop has gained at first base in addition to second base in most fantasy leagues gives him a nice boost, but his lack of production to date has mostly negated that increased positional flexibility. Schoop is slashing .174/.203/.217 with one home run, four RBI and seven runs while striking out at a career-high 29.7 percent rate through 74 plate appearances.
Schoop will serve as the designated hitter and bat seventh in Sunday's game against the Royals.
With the return of Miguel Cabrera (biceps) from the 10-day injured list, the Tigers' infield gets a little bit more crowded. Cabrera is starting at first base Sunday, but the veteran will also serve as the DH often. Schoop figures to play frequently at first as well moving forward, though he should also see some time at second along with Niko Goodrum and Willi Castro.
Schoop went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in the second game of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Pirates.
It's been a slow start for Schoop, who's batting just .182 with a .453 OPS through 15 games, but it was good to see the veteran connect for his first home run of the season. Schoop has been playing more often at first base with Miguel Cabrera (biceps) out, which has left second base open to Niko Goodrum and Willi Castro.
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