Naquin isn't in the starting lineup Tuesday against the Mets.
Naquin will take a seat with a lefty in Steven Matz set to toe the rubber for the opposition. As a result, Oscar Mercado shifts to left field, giving Greg Allen an opportunity in center.
Naquin is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Yankees.
Naquin will bow out of the starting nine for the second straight day with the Yankees bringing another lefty (CC Sabathia) to the hill. Greg Allen will enter the lineup in Naquin's place, batting eighth while manning center field.
Naquin is not in Saturday's lineup against the Yankees.
He'll head to the bench with southpaw James Paxton on the hill for New York. Oscar Mercado will shift to left field and Greg Allen will patrol center field.
Naquin is not in Friday's lineup against the Twins.
With lefty Devin Smeltzer on the hill for Minnesota, Naquin will begin the game on the bench. Greg Allen is starting in left field and hitting ninth.
Naquin went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Thursday's win over the Twins.
After the Twins scored three runs in the eighth inning to cut the Indians' lead to one, Naquin stepped up to the plate in the top of the ninth and tacked on a timely insurance run with a 399-foot leadoff homer against Trevor May. Any rib soreness from earlier in the week seems to have subsided. The 28-year-old is now batting .283/.314/.491 on the season with 10 home runs, 32 RBI and 29 runs scored.
Naquin is out of the lineup for the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader with the Rangers.
After managing sore ribs for the past few days, Naquin was cleared to return to the lineup Tuesday, but a postponement prevented him from starting his first game since Saturday. The Indians likely don't want to have Naquin play in both ends of the doubleheader coming off an injury, so Greg Allen will get the nod in the outfield for the afternoon contest. Expect Naquin to check into the starting nine in the second game, when right-hander Lance Lynn will toe the rubber for Texas.
Naquin (ribs) returns to the lineup Tuesday against Texas.
Naquin hasn't started since Saturday while dealing with sore ribs. He appeared off the bench Monday and is good to go from the start Tuesday, batting eighth and playing left field.
Naquin (ribs) is not starting Monday against Texas.
Naquin missed Sunday's game due to sore ribs, though it's not clear if the issue is still bothering him Monday. He likely was always going to sit for this game with lefty Mike Minor starting for the Rangers. Jordan Luplow starts in left field in his absence.
Naquin is tending to sore ribs on his left side and is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Angels, Anthony Castrovince of MLB.com reports.
Naquin will be available off the bench, suggesting the Indians view his rib injury as more of a day-to-day situation rather than anything that will force the outfielder to the 10-day injured list. Jordan Luplow will cover left field and bat ninth Sunday in place of Naquin.
Naquin will sit against lefty Dillon Peters and the Angels on Friday.
Naquin has seemingly been pushed from right to left field with the arrival of Yasiel Puig, but he should still start against most righties. Jordan Luplow, however, starts Friday with a lefty on the mound.
Naquin is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Royals.
Naquin will bow out of the starting nine with the Indians facing a lefty (Danny Duffy) in the series finale. His absence will allow Jordan Luplow and Greg Allen to draw starts in the corner-outfield spots.
Naquin is starting in right field and batting ninth Friday against the Royals.
Naquin was held out of Thursday's matchup due to hamstring tightness, but he'll be ready to roll for the second game of the series. He's batting .412 with three homers and nine RBI over his last 10 contests.
Naquin is not in the lineup Thursday due to hamstring tightness, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.
Naquin is slated to do some pregame running, and if everything goes well he should be available off the bench Thursday before rejoining the lineup Friday. If he's still not feeling 100 percent, however, the Indians will may have to explore other options.
Naquin is not in the lineup Thursday against the Royals.
Naquin will stick on the bench for a second straight game as the Indians once again go with an outfield consisting of Greg Allen, Oscar Mercado and Jordan Luplow from left to right. Since the start of July, Naquin is slashing .396/.434/.729 with three home runs and one stolen base in 14 games.
Naquin sits for the second straight game Wednesday against the Blue Jays.
Naquin's days off come on the back of nine straight starts. Jordan Luplow starts in right field Wednesday.
Naquin is not starting Tuesday against Toronto.
Naquin sits after starting nine straight games, a stretch in which he hit .414 with a pair of homers. Greg Allen gets the nod in right field in his absence.
Naquin went 2-for-3 with a double, a two-run home run, a walk and a second run scored Friday night against Kansas City.
Naquin delivered a two-run homer over the fence in right during the third inning, marking his ninth long ball of the 2019 campaign (61 games). The 28-year-old has also registered a multi-hit performance in six of his last seven contests, so he'll aim to keep it rolling at the dish during the final two games of the weekend series.
Naquin went 2-for-3 with a solo home run and two runs scored Tuesday against Detroit.
Naquin took Blaine Hardy deep in the second sixth inning to record his eighth home run of the season. It was also his fourth consecutive multi-hit game -- all of which have been two-hit efforts -- a stretch highlighted by three extra-base hits. With his recent surge, Naquin now has a solid .285/.321/.497 line across 191 plate appearances.
Naquin went 2-for-3 with a double, a stolen base and an RBI in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Twins.
Naquin's RBI single in the fourth inning gave Cleveland an early 3-0 lead. He also swiped his fourth bag of the year and first since late April. His current .782 OPS is the best he's posted since his 2016 rookie campaign.
Naquin (back) will start in right field and bat ninth Sunday against the Twins, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.
Naquin reportedly tweaked his back while getting out of his car Thursday, prompting the Indians to hold him out for their first two games of the second half. The 28-year-old apparently felt fine when he reported to the ballpark Sunday and will reclaim his usual starting role in the outfield while Oscar Mercado gets a day off.
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