Peralta went 2-for-5 with a solo home run in an 11-4 victory over Washington on Saturday.
The veteran outfielder belted a 381-foot shot to right field in the sixth inning for his fourth homer of the campaign. Peralta is slashing .281/.342/.489 and has driven in 28 runs on the season, which is tied for ninth-most in MLB.
Peralta went 2-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in Friday's 17-2 loss to the Nationals.
Peralta accounted for two of Arizona's four hits on a forgettable night at Chase Field. He's hit in four straight, going 6-for-16 with four extra-base hits during the streak. Peralta also mopped up the final inning on the mound.
Peralta isn't starting Thursday's game against the Marlins.
Peralta will get a breather after he went 4-for-13 with four extra-base hits, four RBI, two runs and two strikeouts in his last three games. Josh Rojas will start in left field while Tim Locastro enters the lineup in center.
Peralta went 2-for-4 with a double, a triple, an RBI and a run scored in Monday's 5-2 win over the Marlins.
Peralta launched his league-leading fifth triple in the seventh inning. After a slow start, the outfielder had pumped up his batting average to .300 as of May 2, but he entered Monday's game in a 1-for-18 skid with one RBI over the prior five contests.
Peralta is not in the lineup Friday against the Mets.
Peralta is 1-for-10 with two walks over his past three games and will take a seat with lefty David Peterson starting Friday for New York. Josh Rojas will start in left field for Arizona in the series opener.
Peralta will sit Saturday against the Rockies.
Peralta sits for just the third time this season. He's gotten off to a solid start at the plate through 25 games, hitting .284/.346/.495 with three homers and 22 RBI. Wyatt Mathisen will take over in left field in his absence.
Peralta went 3-for-5 with a triple, two RBI and a stolen base in Thursday's 5-3 win over the Rockies.
Peralta hit his league-leading fourth triple and stole his first bag of the season in the win. The 33-year-old outfielder has raked over the last two weeks, going 18-for-44 with six extra-base hits and 14 RBI over the last 11 games.
Peralta went 2-for-3 with a double in Wednesday's 12-3 loss to the Padres.
Peralta's locked in after a slow ramp-up to start the regular season. The veteran outfielder has hit safely in nine of 10 contests, going 15-for-39 (.385) with two doubles, one triple, two home runs, 12 RBI and eight runs during that stretch.
Peralta went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in the 7-0 win over the Braves on Sunday.
Peralta was quiet in Game 1 of the doubleheader, but he came up big in Game 2 with a home run off Drew Smyly in the first inning to lengthen the Diamondbacks' lead. This was Peralta's second home run in three games. The outfielder is batting .375 in his last eight games.
Peralta went 5-for-6 with a triple, a home run, seven RBI and two total runs scored in Thursday's extra-inning win over the Reds.
With this showing, Peralta improved his season slash line from .213/.304/.361 to .269/.347/.478. Peralta is a career .290 hitter, and he's perseverant, having clawed his way to the majors from independent ball. He showed he's still capable of doing damage with his 10 total bases Thursday and should remain locked into the cleanup spot for Arizona.
Peralta went 1-for-4 with a walk, two runs scored and an RBI on Wednesday against the Reds.
Peralta drove in the tie-breaking run in the 10th inning on a fielder's choice to record his ninth RBI of the campaign. He also extended his modest hitting streak to three games, during which he's gone 5-for-14 with three runs scored, two doubles and two RBI. Overall, he's hitting .222/.329/.365 through 73 plate appearances on the season.
Peralta isn't starting Thursday's game against the Nationals.
Peralta has gone 3-for-11 with a home run, five RBI, three runs and two walks in the last three games. However, Andrew Young will start in left field and bat eighth Thursday.
Peralta went 2-for-4 with a three-run homer and a walk in Sunday's victory over the Reds.
The 33-year-old smacked a three-run shot off Jose De Leon in the third inning, his first of the season. Peralta is slashing .189./.250/.405 as he looks to build off his impressive 2020 season.
Peralta went 0-for-1 with two walks in Friday's 6-5 extra-inning loss to the Reds.
Peralta is one of several Diamondback hitters off to a slow start, batting .172 over eight games. In a slightly worrisome sign, manager Torey Lovullo had Wyatt Mathisen hit for Peralta against a lefty in the seventh inning. Peralta did, however, put together a pair of good plate appearances for walks and had a hard lineout.
Peralta entered Friday's game as a pinch hitter and finished the game in left field, going 1-for-2 in a 4-2 loss to San Diego.
Peralta was on the bench against lefty Blake Snell; however, he should not be viewed as a strict platoon player. Arizona manager Torey Lovullo may sit Peralta against particularly tough southpaws.
Peralta is out of the lineup for Friday's game at San Diego.
Peralta started Opening Day against the Padres and will receive the day off after going 0-for-5 with one strikeout. The right-handed hitting Wyatt Mathisen will start in left field and bat eighth Friday against left-hander Blake Snell. The left-handed hitting Peralta is not strictly a platoon player, but manager Torey Lovullo has sat him in the past against particularly tough southpaws.
Peralta went 3-for-4 with a three-run home run and a second run scored in Thursday's spring game against the Dodgers.
Peralta, who batted leadoff for the seventh time during Cactus League play, hit his second home run of the spring. Ketel Marte is presumed to be the primary leadoff hitter for the Diamondbacks, but he's been dealing with a foot injury and now an ankle injury over the last week. Peralta has experience atop the order -- he's led off 120 games during his career, the second most of any slot -- and could be in the mix if Marte is unavailable or is slotted elsewhere in the order. However it shakes out, Peralta will be part of the upper third of the order.
Peralta batted leadoff and went 1-for-3 with a home run and two RBI in Wednesday's spring game against the Dodgers.
Peralta went deep to open the game against Clayton Kershaw, who fed him a diet of fastballs. It was the first home run of Cactus League play for Peralta, who is expected to bat in the upper third of the order. Thus far in spring training, Peralta has batted leadoff (three games), second (one game) and third (two games).
Peralta hinted that he was not at full health last season, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports. "I had a healthy offseason [in 2020]," the outfielder said. "That helped me be able to do stuff I couldn't do last offseason when I was coming off surgery."
Peralta underwent shoulder surgery late in the 2019 season, so he didn't have a healthy offseason, which impacted his ability to prepare for 2020. While he hit .300, Peralta's slugging percentage dipped to .433, its lowest mark since 2016, a season impacted by a wrist injury. Peralta hopes to reclaim his 2018 form, when he bashed 30 home runs and slugged .516, but as he enters his age-33 season with a recent injury history, it's prudent to expect something less than that.
Peralta went 4-for-7 with a walk, a double, three RBI and a run scored over both ends of Friday's doubleheader against Colorado.
Peralta extended his hitting streak to five games and has hit safely in nine of the last 10 games (1.052 OPS). It's been a strong month for the outfielder, who is batting .352/.378/.549 with three home runs, five doubles and 11 RBI over 18 games in September.
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