Haase went 1-for-3 with a double, three walks, three RBI and three runs scored in Wednesday's win over the Twins.
Threes were wild for Haase, who drove in seven runs combined in the last two games of the series against Minnesota. That gives him 41 RBI this season, and he's become a fairly productive option for the Tigers in recent weeks. Haase should be locked in as the team's top catcher while Jake Rogers (forearm) is on the injured list.
Haase went 1-for-4 with a grand slam in Tuesday's extra-innings win over the Twins.
Haase made his lone hit count, taking Hansel Robles deep in the top of the ninth inning with the bases loaded to tie the game at 5-5. Haase now has 17 home runs and 38 RBI this season in what's been something of a breakout campaign, considering he came into the year with just one home run and six RBI across 26 games at the MLB level. He should continue to serve as Detroit's primary catcher with Jake Rogers (forearm) on the injured list.
Haase went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Monday's 6-5 extra-inning loss to the Twins.
The backstop has a seven-game hitting streak going, although he doesn't have a multi-hit performance during that stretch. Haase continues to put a charge in the ball -- seven of his 16 homers on the year have come in July, including three in his last five starts.
Haase is starting at catcher and batting third in Sunday's game against the Royals.
Haase got a breather Saturday but is set to return Sunday, with Grayson Greiner heading to the bench. Jake Rogers (forearm) has been shut down for the foreseeable future, so Haase should continue to work primarily behind the plate, though he's played outfield this year too. The team will likely find him regular days off as he acclimates to the rigors of catching more regularly.
Haase isn't in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Royals.
Haase has recorded hits in each of his last four appearances, and he's gone 4-for-16 with two homers, five RBI, a walk and five strikeouts during that time. Grayson Greiner will start at catcher and bat eighth.
Haase went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run in Thursday's win over the Rangers.
Haase got the scoring started early in Detroit's seventh straight win, taking Texas starter Mike Foltynewicz deep in the first inning with a pair of runners on. Haase now has 15 home runs and 32 RBI this season, which are both career highs by a significant margin. While he was seeing regular time in the outfield, Haase should play more frequently at catcher moving forward with Jake Rogers (forearm) expected to be out for a while.
Haase is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Rangers.
After catching the past two games following Jake Rogers' (arm) placement on the 10-day injured list, Haase will get a breather for the series finale. Grayson Greiner checks in behind the plate, forming a battery with starting pitcher Matt Manning.
Haase went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Rangers.
Haase led off the fifth inning with a solo shot off Dane Dunning. The homer marks his first since July 8 and just his second hit since coming back from the All-Star break. Still, the Detroit native is enjoying a career year, and his utility as either a catcher or left fielder makes him an interesting fantasy player.
Haase (head) is starting Monday's game against the Rangers.
Haase was struck in the head by a fastball in Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader and sat out Sunday as a result, but he avoided a concussion and will serve as the designated hitter in Monday's series opener against Texas. In his two games since the All-Star break, the 28-year-old has gone 0-for-5 with a strikeout.
Tigers manager A.J. Hinch said Sunday that Haase isn't experiencing any concussion symptoms after being struck in the head by a Hansel Robles fastball in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader with the Twins, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. "He's fine...his spirits are great," Hinch said of Haase.
Haase was pulled from the game after taking his base and proceeded to sit out Sunday's 7-0 win, but he doesn't look like he'll be at risk of landing on the injured list. The Tigers didn't call up another catcher to back up Jake Rogers on Sunday, which offered additional evidence that Haase's head injury isn't a concern.
Haase (head) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Twins.
Haase will take a seat after he picked up starts in both ends of Saturday's doubleheader sweep of Minnesota before exiting in the seventh inning of the second contest when he was struck in the head by a pitch. The Tigers haven't revealed whether Haase is dealing with a concussion, so it's possible that he's being held out of the lineup Sunday merely for rest purposes. Jake Rogers will catch for Wily Peralta in the series finale, while Derek Hill joins Akil Baddoo and Robbie Grossman in the outfield.
Haase exited Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader against the Twins after being hit on the head by a pitch in the seventh inning, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. He went 0-for-2 in his previous at-bats prior to departing.
Haase appeared to want to stay in the game after taking a Hansel Robles fastball to the helmet, but the club played things safe by replacing him with Victor Reyes as a pinch runner. The backstop will likely undergo tests to see if there's any concern of him having suffered a concussion, and until another update is given, he can be considered day-to-day.
Haase is starting in left field and batting third in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Twins.
The Tigers continue to prefer Jake Rogers as the primary catcher, but Haase is still working his way into the lineup on a regular basis. It helps that he's supplied 13 home runs through 44 games so far. The team designated Nomar Mazara for assignment coming out of the break, so there should be even more playing time available in the outfield for Haase, and he'll also work in behind the plate when Rogers needs a break.
Haase went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in a 5-3 loss to the Twins on Thursday.
Haase took Minnesota starter J.A. Happ 408-feet deep to left to open the game's scoring in the fourth and later singled as part of a rally in the sixth. It was his second homer in his past three contests, and the backstop now has 13 home runs and a .250/.297/.568 slash line in 41 games in 2021.
Haase went 1-for-2 with a three-run home run in Tuesday's loss to the Rangers.
Haase pinch hit in the seventh inning and promptly hit his 12th home run of the season. Considering he came into the year with one career MLB long ball, the power has been a pleasant surprise. Haase should continue to rotate into the lineup at catcher and in the outfield, and given how productive he's been offensively, he figures to see fairly regular playing time moving forward.
Haase went 3-for-4 with two three-run home runs in Saturday's win over the White Sox.
Haase started in left field and made his presence felt with two three-run jacks -- an inside-the-parker in the fourth inning off Dallas Keuchel and another one in the seventh off reliever Jace Fry. Haase has now homered in back-to-back games for the second time this season and is hitting .412 with three long balls and seven RBI over his last five games.
Haase is starting in left field and batting sixth in Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader against the Astros.
Haase has been losing playing time to Jake Rogers behind the plate, but the former is able to play the outfield as well, which gets him into the lineup Saturday. Rogers will start at catcher and bat eighth in the first game Saturday, and Haase could spell him behind the plate for the second contest.
Haase is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Cardinals, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.
On the bench for the second game in a row while the Tigers are opposing a right-handed pitcher, Haase may have lost hold of the No. 1 catcher job to Jake Rogers. Haase still has a path to playing time in left field on days that he doesn't catch, but the Tigers may not be compelled to give him steady at-bats while he's stuck in a slump at the plate. Over his last 10 games, Haase has gone 5-for-36 with a 2:13 BB:K and two extra-base hits (both doubles).
Haase is out of the lineup Sunday against the Angels, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports.
Haase started the past three games and will take a seat Sunday after going 0-for-11 with an RBI and five strikeouts. Jake Rogers will start behind the plate in his place.
Haase isn't starting Wednesday against Kansas City.
Across the last three games, Haase had gone 4-for-12 with two doubles, a run and two strikeouts. Jake Rogers will start behind the plate and bat ninth.
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|2013||AFX-Lake County Captains||104||376||49||94||23||3||14||47||40||117||2||2||.250||.322||.439|
|2014||AFX-Lake County Captains||77||296||48||80||16||4||16||42||28||84||1||2||.270||.338||.513|