Nola went 4-for-6 with two RBI, a run scored and a walk in Sunday's 11-10 win over the White Sox.
Since Aug. 21, the rookie utilityman was stuck in an 8-for-62 (.129 average) dump with just one multi-hit effort. Sunday's big day at the plate brought his OPS back up to .816 with 26 RBI and 34 runs scored this season.
Nola is not in Saturday's lineup against the White Sox.
He is hitting .179 with two home runs and one steal in 28 September at-bats. Shed Long gets a start in left field while Tim Lopes starts at designated hitter and Daniel Vogelbach starts at first base.
Nola went 1-for-2 with an RBI single, a walk and two runs in a win over the Reds on Wednesday.
Nola set the table nicely in the win, and he's now crossed the plate on seven occasions in his last five games. That elevated figure is one of the byproducts of Nola's eye-popping .444 on-base percentage over the first eight games of September, with Nola reaching safely on 11 occasions over his first 27 plate appearances of the month.
Nola is not starting Saturday against Houston, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Even with a two-homer game Thursday, Nola is still hitting just .149/.255/.298 over his last 14 contests. Daniel Vogelbach will start at first base Saturday, with Omar Narvaez serving as the designated hitter.
Nola went 3-for-6 with a pair of homers, a double and five RBI while scoring three times in a loss to Houston on Thursday.
Nola plated Seattle's first run with a double in the first inning, crushed a two-run homer to left field in the second and went deep again in the seventh. The long balls were the first for Nola since he left the yard in three straight games Aug. 17-19. The 29-year-old rookie is slashing .277/.337/.497 with nine homers and 23 RBI in 60 games this season.
Nola remains on the bench Monday against the Cubs.
Nola owns an awful .088/.179/.088 slash line over his last 10 games. Daniel Vogelbach again starts at first base.
Nola is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Rangers.
Nola will take a seat after going hitless in 15 at-bats while starting each of the past four games. With Nola on the bench, Daniel Vogelbach will occupy first base, opening up the designated-hitter spot for Omar Narvaez.
Nola is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Yankees, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Nola sits after starting 11 straight games, a stretch in which he hit .318/.400/.568. Daniel Vogelbach starts at first base in his absence, with Omar Narvaez serving as the designated hitter.
Nola went 2-for-4 with an RBI single, a two-run home run, a walk and two runs overall in a win over the Rays on Monday.
Yet another multi-hit effort for Nola pushed his season line to an impressive .320/.370/.560, the latest chapter in what has been an excellent and long-awaited rookie campaign. Nola has four multi-hit tallies in the last five contests, a stretch that includes homers in each of his last three games. The 29-year-old toiled in the minors for seven-plus seasons before finally earning his first promotion to the big leagues this past June, and the combination of his hot bat and defensive versatility figures to keep him up with the Mariners for the balance of the team's non-contending campaign.
Nola went 2-for-5 with a solo home run Sunday against Toronto.
Nola smacked a solo homer in the fourth inning, marking his sixth long ball of the season. The 29-year-old is now slashing .314/.362/.537 with 14 extra-base hits and 13 RBI over 45 games in 2019.
Nola went 2-for-4 with a solo homer in a 4-3 win over the Blue Jays on Saturday.
Serving as the first baseman, Nola had an infield single in the second inning and led off the fourth with a solo homer off Trent Thornton to break a 1-1 tie. The 29-year-old started August with a 1-for-20 cold stretch but has since rebounded to go 9-for-23 in his last six games. For the season, Nola is slashing .310/.360/.517 with five homers and 12 RBI in 116 at-bats.
Nola went 3-for-5 with an RBI single in a win over the Tigers on Thursday, snapping a 4-for-31 skid.
Nola had put a fitting cap on a highly successful July at the plate with back-to-back three-hit efforts, but he promptly stumbled out of the gate in August. The versatile rookie went 1-for-20 over the first six games of the month, but he's now 6-for-16 in the subsequent four contests. Thursday's multi-hit effort vaulted Nola's average back up over the .300 mark while also pushing his on-base percentage to an impressive .350.
Nola will start at first base and bat fifth Thursday against the Tigers, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Dee Gordon's recent return from the 10-day injured list has resulted in Nola surrendering his everyday role at second base, but the latter's versatility has allowed him to maintain a regular lineup spot while shifting around the infield and outfield. Nola may not necessarily have much leash as a full-time player in light of his recent slump, however. Through nine starts in August, Nola has gone 4-for-31 and has reached base at a .182 clip.
Nola went 3-for-4 with a solo home run and three runs overall in a loss to the Rangers on Wednesday.
The rookie continues to feast on big-league arms, with his multi-hit night qualifying as his fourth in the last six games. Nola wrapped up July with a flourish, going 10-for-23 with four doubles, one triple, Wednesday's homer and four RBI over the last six games of the month. His positional versatility -- Nola has logged time at catcher and each infield position except shortstop thus far -- is helping to afford him consistent playing time, but his outstanding work with the bat (.356/.405/.630 across 80 plate appearances) certainly is helping cement his case as well.
Nola went 3-for-5 with two doubles in a win over the Rangers on Tuesday.
Nola continues to demonstrate that the hot start to his big-league career is no fluke, as Tuesday's multi-hit effort was his fourth in the last eight games. The rookie has also begun squaring up on the ball more consistently the more he's played, as he's posted eight of the first 10 extra-base hits of his nascent career since the All-Star break.
Nola went 2-for-4 with two runs scored, three RBI, a double and a triple in Saturday's 8-1 win over the Tigers.
Nola delivered an extra-base hit with two runners on base twice Saturday to record his second three-RBI performance of the season. The 29-year-old has started six of the last eight games and is 9-for-27 with two doubles, a triple, a home run and six RBI in that stretch. Nola could continue to see increased opportunities while Dee Gordon (quadriceps) remains on the injured list.
Nola will start at second base and bat seventh Wednesday against the Rangers.
Nola will enter the lineup for a fifth straight game and will make his second consecutive start at the keystone. With Dee Gordon (quadriceps) landing on the 10-day injured list Tuesday, Nola may be in line for a trial in an everyday role, potentially making him someone worth keeping an eye on in AL-only or deeper mixed leagues.
Nola went 2-for-3 with a three-run home run and two runs scored to help the Mariners to a 7-3 win over the Rangers on Monday.
Nola continues to swing a hot bat in part-time duty, as he checked in with his third long ball of the season with this second-inning three-run blast off Adrian Sampson. The 29-year-old now has a robust .349/.405/.605 slash line over 43 at-bats.
Nola went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in a loss to the Angels on Sunday.
The rookie's second-inning, 407-foot shot to center extended the Mariners' 2-0 lead at the time and served as Nola's second career round tripper. The 29-year-old has multi-hit efforts in two of his last four starts and continues to sport an impressive .323/.364/.548 line across his first 33 big-league plate appearances.
Nola went 2-for-4 with a double and a run in a win over the Cardinals on Tuesday.
Nola continued the strong start to his big-league career with his second straight multi-hit effort. The rookie is now an impressive 7-for-17 with Tuesday's two-bagger, a home run, two RBI and four runs overall since his promotion June 16. With the Mariners essentially devoid of postseason aspirations this season, he could continue earning time at the big-league level as the season unfolds.
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