Lopes, who went 2-for-3 with a double in Sunday's loss to the Orioles, is hitting .294 (10-for-34) with four two-baggers, two RBI, five walks, two stolen bases and five runs across 14 September games.
The rookie is quietly putting together a strong finish to his campaign, and he's encouragingly shown consistent improvement the more reps he's gotten versus big-league arms. Lopes remains only a part-time player as the season winds down, but he's corroborated his versatility by logging time at second base, both corner outfield spots and designated hitter.
Lopes is not in the lineup Sunday against the White Sox.
Lopes hits the bench for the fourth time in five games. Dylan Moore will take over in left field.
Lopes isn't in the starting lineup for Friday's game against the White Sox, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Lopes will head to the bench for the second straight contest, though he did enter Thursday's matchup to steal a base. Shed Long draws the start in left field and is set to lead off.
Lopes is not starting Thursday against the Reds, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Lopes will sit for a second straight game as Shed Long picks up another start in left field in his stead. Since the start of the month, Lopes is 5-for-21 (.238) with two doubles, two steals and a 2:9 BB:K in eight games.
Lopes is not in the lineup Saturday against the Astros, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Lopes hits the bench for the third time in the last five games. Shed Long will get the start in left field.
Lopes remains on the bench Tuesday against the Cubs, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Lopes sits for the second game in a row after starting six of the previous seven. Ryan Court will get the call in left field.
Lopes will sit Monday against the Cubs.
Lopes has hit .310/.420/.381 over his last 12 games, including a 3-for-5 effort Sunday that included an RBI double, a walk and two runs. Braden Bishop starts in left field Monday.
Lopes is not in the lineup Thursday against the Rangers, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Lopes will give way to Dylan Moore in left field Thursday after starting the past three games. The 25-year-old is slashing .267/.357/.367 with one home run and two steals in 19 games since returning from the injured list earlier in the month.
Lopes is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Blue Jays, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
The rookie will take a seat after slashing .294/.373/.412 while starting each of the past 16 games. Lopes' hot bat coupled with the Mariners' lack of appealing alternatives should keep him locked into a full-time role in the outfield for the foreseeable future.
Lopes will start in left field and bat seventh Wednesday against the Rays, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
After handling leadoff duties for three consecutive games, Lopes will occupy a spot in bottom half of the batting order for the second straight day. Lopes still proved he could be productive as the No. 7 hitter in Tuesday's 7-4 win, contributing a double, single, stolen base and a run. The rookie should be in store for a full-time role in the outfield while he continues to reach base at a steady clip and makes an impact with his speed.
Lopes went 2-for-4 with an RBI single and a walk in a win over the Blue Jays on Sunday.
Lopes extended his hitting streak to six games in the win while also plating his eighth run in 11 August games. The rookie has impressively made consistent contact in his first exposure to big-league arms, generating a stingy 12.2 percent strikeout rate over his first 41 plate appearances.
Lopes will start in left field and bat leadoff Sunday against the Blue Jays, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Mallex Smith has served as Seattle's primary table setter this season, but he'll be on the bench for a second straight contest due to a recent string of baserunning errors that has landed him in skipper Scott Servais' doghouse. Lopes, who reached base twice out of the leadoff spot in Saturday's 4-3 win, will benefit from Smith's absence, though it's unclear if a permanent changing of the guard atop the order is in the offing. Even if Smith ends up reclaiming leadoff duties during the upcoming week, Lopes should still stick in an everyday role in the corner outfield.
Lopes went 1-for-3 with two RBI in Friday's game against Toronto.
Lopes accounted for two of Seattle's three runs on the night, driving in a pair in the second inning on a single to right center. The 25-year-old appears to be settling into an everyday role in left field, as he made his seventh straight start Friday evening.
Lopes will start in left field and bat seventh Thursday against the Tigers, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
In the lineup for a sixth consecutive game, Lopes appears to have the clear edge over Dylan Moore for the everyday job in left field. The 25-year-old flashed some speed at Triple-A Tacoma earlier this season with 26 steals in 35 attempts, but he's unlikely to earn as many running opportunities while typically slotting into the bottom half of a weak Seattle lineup. He's probably only worth keeping an eye on in AL-only formats or the deepest of mixed leagues at this stage.
Lopes went 1-for-3 with a run-scoring sacrifice fly and an RBI single in a loss to the Rays on Saturday.
The rookie brought the Mariners to within a run with his sixth-inning single, but Seattle was never able to get any closer. Lopes has hit safely in three of his first four games since returning from a stay on the 7-day injured list due to a concussion and now has a pair of two-RBI tallies over that span.
Lopes came on as a defensive replacement and drilled a two-run homer in his only at-bat against the Padres on Tuesday.
Fresh off a stint on the seven-day concussion list, Lopes entered the game to take over at second base in the eighth inning and collected his first major-league hit, a 397-foot homer to left center field, in his only at-bat. The 25-year-old didn't flash much power in the minors, totaling 27 long balls in eight minor league seasons, but his defensive versatility and speed may earn him playing time at the major-league level, particularly with Tim Beckham's long-term absence due to an 80-game PED ban.
Lopes was reinstated from the 7-day concussion injured list Tuesday.
Lopes wound up missing 10 days with a concussion. He went 5-for-16 at the plate in four rehab games. He'll likely fill a bench role during his time with the Mariners.
Lopes (concussion) went 0-for-4 with a stolen base and a run in Triple-A Tacoma's loss to Iowa on Saturday.
Lopes played seven innings at second base in his second rehab appearance for the Rainiers. He's likely to be activated when first eligible Tuesday after playing one more game with Tacoma on Sunday.
Lopes (concussion) went 3-for-4 with a stolen base in Triple-A Tacoma's loss to Iowa on Friday.
Lopes looked no worse for wear during his first taste of rehab action with his former Rainiers teammates. The rookie is likely to play in Tacoma's games over the weekend as well before potentially rejoining the Mariners on Tuesday, the first day he's eligible to return.
Lopes (concussion) started a rehab assignment with Triple-A Tacoma on Friday, Mike Curto of the Tacoma Rainiers' broadcast booth reports.
Lopes was placed on the 7-day concussion list a week ago, but he's already been cleared to start a rehab stint. He'll likely return to the team within the next few days, assuming he remains free of any symptoms.
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