Sisco isn't in Thursday's lineup against the Yankees.
Sisco will take a seat once again as the Orioles continue to rotate players in the designated hitter role. Renato Nunez will rest his legs as the DH on Thursday with Pat Valaika starting at first base.
Sisco isn't in Tuesday's lineup against the Mets.
Sisco has seen decent playing time as the designated hitter this season, but he'll take a seat for the fourth time in the last six games. Renato Nunez (hamstring) will return to the lineup as the designated hitter.
Sisco isn't in the lineup for Game 2 of Friday's doubleheader against the Yankees.
Sisco will get a breather after going 1-for-2 with one walk in Friday's matinee. Renato Nunez will rest his legs as the designated hitter.
Sisco is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Mets, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports.
The Orioles wanted to give everyday shortstop Jose Iglesias some time out of the field for the day game after a night game, so he'll occupy the designated-hitter spot and bump SIsco to the bench as a result. With an .877 OPS over 78 plate appearances this season, the lefty-hitting Sisco looks primed to continue receiving at least semi-regular starts against right-handed pitching.
Sisco is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Blue Jays.
Sisco has been handling a near-everyday role of late, starting in four of the Orioles' last five games as either a catcher or designated hitter. The Orioles wanted to give shortstop Jose Iglesias a day out of the field in the series finale, leaving no room at DH for Sisco, who will also cede the start behind the dish to top backstop Pedro Severino.
Sisco is not in Friday's lineup against the Blue Jays.
Pedro Severino (hip) is back behind the dish and Jose Iglesias is getting the start at designated hitter. Sisco is hitting .179 with two home runs and a 37.1 percent strikeout rate over his last 10 games.
Sisco went 1-for-4 with a home run and three RBI in an 8-5 loss to the Red Sox on Friday.
Sisco hit a three-run blast in the eighth inning to give the Orioles some life, but ultimately it wasn't enough. The 25-year-old backstop has now homered in two of his last three games while racking up five RBI in the process. His playing time moving forward looks a bit murky with the recent addition of Ryan Mountcastle, but he should still get the occasional start at catcher or designated hitter while mostly occupying a backup role.
Sisco isn't starting Thursday against the Red Sox.
Sisco has seen a fair amount of playing time between the catcher and designated hitter roles this season, but he'll get a day off for the series opener against the Red Sox. Dwight Smith will rest his legs as the designated hitter with Pat Valaika starting in left field.
Sisco went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run, an additional run scored and a walk in Tuesday's 8-7 extra-inning loss to the Blue Jays.
Sisco got aboard with a walk in the first inning and then scored on an Anthony Santander homer. In the fifth, Sisco went yard himself for a two-run blast. Across 43 plate appearances, the 25-year-old is hitting .303/.465/.636 with three homers, six RBI and seven runs scored.
Sisco went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and three RBI on Wednesday against the Phillies.
Sisco first came through with a two-RBI single in the fourth inning to tie the game at three. He then provided a necessary insurance run to lead off the seventh inning by smacking a solo home run. Sisco now has two home runs on the season, but has quietly put together a .381/.536/.762 line across 28 plate appearances.
Sisco (triceps) will start in Sunday's game against the Red Sox, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports.
Sisco has been battling triceps soreness but appears to be on track to make his season debut Sunday. Manager Brandon Hyde elected to use Pedro Severino over the first two games, but the two are expected to split time at catcher this year.
Sisco has been battling triceps soreness but faced live pitching Tuesday and could be ready for Opening Day, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports.
The 25-year-old is expected to split time with Pedro Severino and Austin Wynns behind the plate this season, provided he's healthy. He hit a respectable-enough (for a catcher) .210/.333/.395 with eight homers in 198 plate appearances last season.
Sisco (hand) took some at-bats against Tommy Milone in a simulated game Thursday, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports.
Sisco had bruised his hand on a foul tip a few days prior to that, but now that he's swinging again, the backstop looks like he'll be fully recovered from the injury by the time the Orioles reconvene for workouts. The 25-year-old is battling Austin Wynns for the top backup job behind Pedro Severino.
Sisco hurt his hand on a foul tip and has been briefly held back, though he was able to hit Wednesday, Rich Dubroff of BaltimoreBaseball.com reports.
It doesn't sound like Sisco is anything worse than banged up. With Opening Day still over two weeks away, his availability for the start of the season doesn't appear to be under serious threat. He's lined up for some sort of timeshare with Pedro Severino again this season, though the exact split between the two remains to be seen.
Sisco is not in the lineup for Sunday's game at Boston, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Sisco will finish the season on the bench and received only two starts in the last eight games. Austin Wynns will work behind the plate Sunday for the Orioles.
Sisco is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Royals, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
The lefty-hitting Sisco will take a seat with southpaw Danny Duffy on the mound, but the 24-year-old may no longer represent the Orioles' top catching option versus right-handed pitching either. Sisco is slashing just .174/.268/.256 since the All-Star break and will check out of the lineup for the fifth time in seven games while Pedro Severino catches for Baltimore.
Sisco is not starting Friday against the Royals, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Sisco finds himself on the bench for the sixth time in eight games, though all but one of his days off came against lefties. Pedro Severino starts behind the plate in his absence.
Sisco went 1-for-4 with a solo home run Wednesday against the Nationals.
Sisco took Max Scherzer deep in the fifth inning for his seventh home run of the season. It was his first long ball since July 7, indicative of the slump he's been in. Entering Wednesday's contest, Sisco had just a .176 slugging percentage and .431 OPS across 90 plate appearances since the All-Star break.
Sisco sits for the fifth time in six games Tuesday against the Nationals, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
It's not clear if Sisco has fallen into a bench role or if he's simply being platooned, as all five of the games in which he's sat have come against a lefty starter or primary pitcher, including Tuesday's starter Patrick Corbin. Pedro Severino starts in his absence.
Sisco is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Rays, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
He'll cede catching duties to Pedro Severino for the fourth time in five games while the Rays deploy a lefty (Jalen Beeks) as their primary pitcher. Three of Sisco's four benchings during that span have come when the opposition has used lefty starters or primary pitchers, so he still looks to have the upper hand on the large side of a platoon behind the dish.
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