Berti is not in Sunday's lineup against the Rockies.
He is hitting .310 with one home run and four steals in 15 games this month. Starlin Castro is starting at shortstop and hitting second while Martin Prado starts at third.
Berti is not in Saturday's lineup against the Braves, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.
He is hitting .361 with zero home runs and four steals in 36 at-bats in August. Deven Marrero will start at shortstop and bat eighth.
Berti went 3-for-5 with two runs scored and two RBI in Thursday's win over Atlanta.
It's his fifth multi-hit performance in eight games since coming off the IL at the end of July. Berti's hitting an eye-popping .412 (14-for-34) over that stretch with three steals, six extra-base hits (five doubles and a triple), five runs and five RBI, but his 0:8 BB:K suggests he could cool down at any moment. Even so, with Miguel Rojas (hamstring) on the shelf, Berti is in line for regular playing time at shortstop and as Miami's leadoff hitter, and he could provide a short-term fantasy boost until he crashes back to earth.
Berti will start at shortstop and bat leadoff Wednesday against the Mets, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.
The rookie will enter the starting nine for the sixth time in seven games at his third different position. Berti's versatility should give him a clear path to semi-regular work the rest of the way even when the Marlins are at full strength, but Miguel Rojas' (hamstring) seemingly imminent move to the injured list should open up shortstop for the 29-year-old on an everyday basis. Berti also has a decent with an extended look in the leadoff role after posting a .400 on-base percentage to go with three steals in three attempts since returning from his own stint on the IL in late July.
Berti went 2-for-4 with two doubles in Tuesday's 5-0 loss to the Mets.
His two-baggers were the only extra-base hits Miami could manage on the night. The 29-year-old has bounced around the diamond in a utility role since coming off the IL at the end of July, going 10-for-25 (.400) with three steals, five doubles and a triple. If Miguel Rojas' hamstring strain proves to be serious, Berti could find himself as the team's starting shortstop.
Berti will start at shortstop and bat leadoff Monday in the first game of Monday's doubleheader with the Mets, Andre Fernandez of The Athletic reports.
After starting each of the previous three games at third base and going 5-for-15 with two doubles, a triple and two stolen bases, Berti will shift over a spot in the infield to fill in for a resting Miguel Rojas. The Marlins placed Neil Walker (finger) on the 10-day injured list Monday, potentially opening the door for Berti to stick in an everyday role moving forward. Berti will face his stiffest competition for at-bats from Starlin Castro, who could become more of a factor at the hot corner now that prospect Isan Diaz is poised to take over as the club's top option at the keystone.
Berti went 3-for-5 with one run scored, one RBI, a double, a triple and two stolen bases in Saturday's loss at Tampa Bay.
Berti batted second and started at third base Saturday and played a pivotal role in the Miami offense. The 29-year-old was activated off the injured list Wednesday and is 6-for-13 with three runs scored and two RBI in his first three games off the shelf.
Berti (oblique) was activated from the 10-day injured list Wednesday, Andre Fernandez of The Athletic reports.
Berti has been cleared to rejoin the Marlins after completing a nine-game rehab assignment, slashing .296/.333/.519 with two home runs and a stolen base. Prior to getting injured, he hit .237/.324/.373 in 22 games with the big club. Berti figures to assume a utility role during his time with the Marlins.
Berti (oblique) has been pulled from his rehab assignment due to a hamstring strain, Andre Fernandez of The Athletic reports.
Berti was looking at possibly returning shortly after the All-Star break, but this issue will push him back indefinitely. Depending on the severity of the strain, Berti may not be able to resume his rehab before August.
Berti (oblique) will continue his rehab assignment at Triple-A New Orleans through the All-Star break, Andre Fernandez of The Athletic reports.
Berti began the rehab stint Saturday and will spend a couple weeks in the minors while making his way back from the left oblique strain. The 29-year-old had a .237/.324/.373 slash line over 22 games in a utility role prior to the injury.
Berti (oblique) is ready to begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A New Orleans, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.
Berti has been out for five weeks with a left oblique strain, so he will likely need a week's worth of games with New Orleans at least before he's back up to speed. The owner of an underwhelming .237/.324/.373 line this season, Berti will likely slide back into a utility role upon activation.
Berti (oblique) fielded grounders Tuesday and has started a hitting and throwing progression, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.
The report doesn't mention that Berti has resumed a running program or that he's been able to track fly balls, so until that happens, he probably can't be considered close to starting up a minor-league rehab assignment. Berti, who has been sidelined since May 18 with a left oblique strain, had been part of an unproductive timeshare in center field with Rosell Herrera. JT Riddle and Harold Ramirez have seemingly since surpassed both Herrera and Berti on the depth chart at the position, so the 29-year-old will likely be relegated to a utility role once healthy.
Berti (oblique) was placed on the 10-day injured list with a left oblique strain Tuesday.
The move was made retroactive to Sunday, so Berti will be eligible to return May 29, though it's unclear if he's expected to require more than a minimum-length stay. Austin Dean was recalled in a corresponding move.
Berti was scratched from Sunday's lineup against the Mets with a left oblique strain, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.
Berti was scheduled to lead off and start in center field Sunday for the fifth time in six games. The severity of the injury is unknown, as is whether the 29-year-old will be available off the bench. Rosell Herrera will take over in center field in his absence.
Berti got the start in center field and hit leadoff during Friday's win over the Mets, going 1-for-4 with a run scored and a stolen base.
The 29-year-old has already played shortstop and third base for the Marlins since his promotion, and now he's added center and left field to his resume in recent days. Berti's slashing just .232/.313/.321 with a homer, a steal, three RBI and 10 runs over 21 games, so even though he's seeing fairly regular playing time and getting looks at the top of the order, his fantasy value remains restricted to deep NL-only formats.
Berti went 1-for-2 with a solo homer, two runs scored and two walks in Monday's 6-5 win over the Cubs.
Berti's sixth-inning homer was the first of his short MLB career and knotted the game up at 3-3. On the year, he's 8-for-33 but has scored eight runs and driven in three.
Berti is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Braves, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.
Berti had started six of the Marlins' previous seven games, with his spike in at-bats mostly a result of Neil Walker missing time due to hamstring and knee injuries. Walker returned to the lineup Saturday and will check in at first base again in the series finale, so Berti will retreat to a bench role while Martin Prado moves across the diamond to the hot corner.
Berti got the start at third base and hit seventh Wednesday, going 2-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in a win over Cleveland.
The 29-year-old minor-league veteran has been getting regular playing time lately with Neil Walker (hamstring) and Garrett Cooper (hand) both banged up, and Berti has started to find his footing in the majors, going 5-for-16 with two walks over the last five games. He could become a base-stealing threat down the road -- he swiped 30 bags on 40 attempts across three levels last year -- but for now his fantasy value is limited.
Berti is starting at third base and batting ninth Tuesday against the Indians, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.
Berti's contract was selected by the Marlins on Saturday, and after walking in his lone at-bat thus far, he'll receive an opportunity to enter the starting lineup Tuesday. The Marlins will bump their usual starter at third base, Brian Anderson, to right field, opening up the hot corner for Berti.
Berti's contract was purchased by the Marlins on Saturday.
Berti made his big-league debut with the Blue Jays last season, appearing in four games. He's already started at four positions for Triple-A New Orleans this season and will likely be used in a utility role during his time with the Marlins.
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