Rosario will head to the bench for Tuesday's game against the Nationals.
Rosario is in line for a day off after going 1-for-5 in Monday's series opener. Luis Guillorme draws the start at shortstop and will bat eighth.
Rosario is starting at shortstop and hitting leadoff Thursday against the Cubs.
Rosario is back atop the order for Thursday's series finale after going 2-for-5 with an RBI from the seven-hole Wednesday. The shortstop has been dialed in at the dish in August, slashing .345/.368/.445 with eight extra-base hits (six doubles, one triple and one home run) and three stolen bases in 24 games.
Rosario is starting at shortstop and hitting seventh Wednesday against the Cubs, Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports.
The Mets are switching their order up in an attempt to snap a four-game losing streak. Rosario is 4-for-19 (.211) with zero extra-base hits and five strikeouts during that stretch, so he'll slide to seventh in the order while Jeff McNeil gets a turn atop the order.
Rosario went 3-for-5 with a double, a run and three RBI in Sunday's 11-5 win over the Royals.
Rosario has been spectacular since replacing the injured Jeff McNeil (hamstring) as the team's leadoff man Aug. 14. Through his first five games atop the lineup, Rosario has churned out four multi-hit efforts while scoring six times and driving in five. McNeil is expected to return from the 10-day injured list when first eligible next weekend, but Rosario shouldn't be in store for a drastic decline in fantasy value at that point. He'll likely just move down a spot in the order once McNeil is back, a favorable position with rookie phenom Pete Alonso slotting directly behind him.
Rosario went 5-for-6 with two doubles, a triple, four runs scored and an RBI in Thursday's win over Atlanta.
The shortstop has exploded in August, collecting nine hits in his last two games and slashing .383/.393/.533 through 13 games on the month. The 23-year-old only has one homer, two steals, three RBI and 10 runs during that stretch, but with Jeff McNeil (hamstring) on the shelf, Rosario is getting a look in the leadoff spot for the Mets -- an assignment that should come with more opportunities to produce fantasy value.
Rosario went 4-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored Wednesday in the Mets' 6-4 loss to the Braves.
The 23-year-old slotted into the leadoff spot in place of the injured Jeff McNeil (hamstring) and delivered a quality imitation of the National League's No. 2 ranked hitter in batting average (.332). Rosario will handle the table-setting duties again in Thursday's series finale and could enjoy a temporary spike in his fantasy value with McNeil on the shelf for at least the next week.
Rosario went 3-for-5 with a double in Friday's win over the Nationals.
While the base knocks didn't lead to any runs, Rosario still rebounded nicely from an 0-for-4 performance Wednesday. In 25 games since the All-Star break, the shortstop is slashing .357/.394/.551 with three homers, four steals, six RBI and 16 runs, a surge which has earned him the No. 2 spot in the Mets' batting order.
Rosario isn't in the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Marlins, David Lennon of Newsday reports.
Rosario went 3-for-9 with a solo blast during Monday's doubleheader, earning himself a day off. Adeiny Hechivarria draws the start at shortstop and is set to hit seventh with Rosario out of the equation.
Rosario went 3-for-9 with a solo home run, two additional runs scored and a stolen base across both games of Monday's doubleheader sweep of the Marlins.
The shortstop hit second in both games, and with Robinson Cano (hamstring) now out of the picture, Rosario could well remain in a prime spot in the batting order for the rest of the season. Monday's output gives him 12 homers and 14 steals on the year, and he's slashing a dazzling .360/.400/.562 in 23 games since the All-Star break.
Rosario went 3-for-4 with a double, walk, stolen base and two runs Saturday in the Mets' 7-5 win over the Pirates.
The shortstop has now turned in a pair of multi-hit performances in a row, lifting his season average to a robust .281. He served as the Mets' leadoff man Saturday with Jeff McNeil getting the day off, but Rosario will shift down in the order to the No. 6 spot in Sunday's series finale.
Rosario went 4-for-5 with a run scored and a stolen base in Tuesday's extra-innings win over the White Sox.
Hitting in an AL park has its advantages. Rosario batted eighth Tuesday, but without the pitcher behind him in the order, the shortstop saw more hittable pitches than usual and took advantage. The 23-year-old has been en fuego since the All-Star break, slashing .373/.422/.610 through 16 games with two homers, two steals, five RBI and 11 runs.
Rosario went 1-for-4 with a walk and a solo home run in Sunday's extra-innings loss to the Giants.
His second-inning shot gave the Mets an early 2-0 lead, but that was all the offense they could muster in the 12-inning affair. Rosario has been red hot in July, hitting .392 (20-for-51) through 14 games, but even when he's playing well, the 23-year-old finds a way to remind everyone he's far from a finished product -- he has only one steal in four attempts on the month. On the season, the shortstop is slashing .274/.315/.444 with 11 homers, 11 steals, 46 RBI and 47 runs.
Rosario went 4-for-4 with a walk, a triple, a home run, four runs scored and three RBI in Wednesday's rout of the Twins.
The long ball was his first since June 25, but Rosario has otherwise been on fire in July, hitting safely in seven straight games and compiling a .455/.500/.697 slash line on the month after Wednesday's explosion. On the year, the 23-year-old is now hitting .274 with a career-high 10 homers, 10 steals, 44 runs and 45 RBI in 92 games
Rosario is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Marlins in what amounts to a maintenance day, Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports.
Rosario went 3-for-8 and was caught stealing once in the first two games out of the All-Star break. The 23-year-old has an .838 OPS in his last nine contests, but he'll head to the bench Sunday while Adeiny Hechavarria enters the lineup at shortstop in the series finale. Rosario's struggles on the defensive end this season fueled discussion of him eventually moving to center field, but manager Mickey Callaway said Sunday that a position change for Rosario wasn't imminent, per Matt Ehalt of Yahoo Sports.
Rosario went 2-for-4 with a solo home run, a second run scored and a stolen base in Tuesday's loss to the Phillies.
The 23-year-old remains locked in at the plate, slashing .433/.438/.633 over the last nine games with a homer, four steals, four RBI and six runs. Rosario continues to hit near the bottom of the Mets' order, limiting his fantasy potential, but if he continues cranking out hits he could work his way into a more productive lineup spot.
Rosario could see some action in center field later in the season, Russell Dorsey of MLB.com reports. "He's still our starting shortstop. There's nothing imminent," Mets manager Mickey Callaway said Sunday. "It's just something we're thinking about and maybe preparing for."
While Callaway phrased the plan as the Mets wanting to have more lineup versatility, Rosario's defensive struggles at shortstop this season have certainly played a part in any thoughts of a position switch for the 23-year-old. The fact that the club is getting little offense from Juan Lagares or Carlos Gomez is also a factor. On the season, Rosario is slashing .257/.297/.417 with eight homers and nine steals in 75 games -- numbers which would have significantly less long-term fantasy appeal from an outfielder than a middle infielder.
Rosario is not in the lineup for Friday's game against the Cubs, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Rosario received the day off Sunday and has since found his groove at the plate, going 6-for-15 with two runs scored, two RBI and two doubles in four games. He nonetheless will head to the bench Friday while Adeiny Hechavarria enters the lineup at shortstop.
Rosario is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Rosario started the last 25 games at shortstop but struggled with a .208/.250/.426 slash line despite five home runs in that stretch. Adeiny Hechavarria will enter the starting lineup and bat sixth in Sunday's series finale.
Rosario went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Thursday's win over the Giants.
The shortstop led off the bottom of the first inning with his second long ball in as many games. Rosario is slashing a solid .275/.310/.600 over his last 10 contests, and he already has eight homers through 59 games in 2019 -- one shy of last year's career high.
Rosario went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run in Wednesday's 7-0 win over the Giants.
His fourth-inning blast off Tyler Beede gave Rosario seven homers on the year, including three in his last 12 games. The shortstop's .251/.294/.416 slash line does limit his fantasy appeal to deeper formats, but the 23-year-old could still enjoy a second-half surge as he did in 2018.
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