Rios was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Sunday.
He hit .300 with two home runs, seven strikeouts and four walks in nine games during this latest big-league stint. The Dodgers activated Jedd Gyorko from the injured list in a corresponding move.
Rios went 3-for-4 with a walk and two home runs in a 9-1 win over the Marlins on Wednesday.
Rios hit a solo home run in the fourth inning and another two-run homer in the sixth inning, the first two round trippers of his MLB career. In his first 14 games, Rios has a .346/.485/.731 slash line and a 21.0 percent walk rate.
Rios was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Tuesday.
Rios has spent nearly the last month at Triple-A, but he'll get another chance in the majors after Tony Gonsolin was sent back to Oklahoma City. Rios is 4-for-15 with two extra-base hits and an RBI over eight games this season in the big leagues.
Rios was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday.
Rios got into eight games during his time with the Dodgers, going 4-for-15 with two extra-base hits and four walks. He could return in a bench role at some point in the second half.
Rios got the start at first base and hit sixth Saturday, going 2-for-4 with a triple and an RBI in a 5-3 loss to the Rockies.
Making his first MLB start, Rios picked up his first big-league hit and RBI when he ripped a three-bagger off Jon Gray in the fourth inning to bring home Justin Turner. Despite Saturday's performance, Rios remains the most likely candidate to lose his spot on the 25-man roster when David Freese (hamstring) comes off the injured list next week.
Rios has been promoted from Triple-A Oklahoma City, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports.
The 25-year-old has been called up to the majors for the first time in his career, as the Dodgers made a flurry of roster moves Thursday. Rios got off to a slow start to the season at the dish in the Pacific Coast League, but he's hit fairly consistently over the course of his minor-league career, and he's been red-hot lately, with a .321 average with eight homers and a 1.066 OPS in the month of June.
Rios went 3-for-4 with a home run, two RBI and a walk for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday.
Rios got off to a slow start this season, but he's been hot in June, as this was seventh long ball of the month, and he's hit .321 and driven in 17 runs in 20 games over that stretch. The 25-year-old's .248/.306/.466 slash line is still lagging behind his output from his previous minor-league seasons, but he has cranked 13 homers in 288 at-bats, which is already three more than he hit in 341 at-bats in the Pacific Coast League last year.
Rios went 2-for-3 with a pair of homers and five RBI for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Sunday.
Rios has been struggling at the plate in the Pacific Coast League, but he had an explosive day at the dish in this contest, driving in five from the fifth spot in the order. His .225/.276/.422 slash line through 187 at-bats still leaves a lot to be desired, particularly considering he had hit very consistently in his minor-league career prior to this season. The offensive regression he's displayed this season is concerning, but he does have eight homers after Sunday's contest, so he's at least still flashing power potential despite the lackluster all-around numbers.
Rios went 2-for-4 with a home run, a double, two RBI and two runs for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Saturday.
This was the second straight game with a homer for Rios and he's now hit three in his last 10 games. He's struggled to start the season for Oklahoma City, as he's sporting a .221/.272/.412 slash line over 136 at-bats even with this recent surge. It's a disappointing development for the 25-year-old, who looked like he was turning into a big-league caliber hitter over the past couple of seasons. Hopefully the recent hot streak is a sign he's getting back on track, but at the moment he looks to be a long way from a callup.
Rios was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Rios has little left to prove at the Triple-A level, having hit .302/.351/.528 in 139 games, but the Dodgers' roster isn't an easy one to break into. It may take an injury ahead of him for him to make his big-league debut.
Rios (illness) went 1-for-3 with a double in Sunday's game against the Rangers.
As expected, Rios returned to action over the weekend after missing some time last week due to an illness. The youngster, who is expected to open the season in the minors, is 2-for-11 with a pair of extra-base hits through four spring games.
Rios (illness) is expected to return to game action Sunday against the Rangers, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports.
Rios has missed a handful of days with an illness. He'll still have plenty of time to build up to speed by Opening Day, though he's unlikely to spend that day on the big-league roster.
Rios was removed from Wednesday's lineup against the Athletics due to an illness, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Rios was originally slated to start at third base Wednesday, but was replaced in the lineup by Cody Asche after he started feeling sick. Consider him day-to-day.
Rios was a late scratch from Wednesday's lineup against the Athletics, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
It's unclear whether or not the scratch was injury-related. Cody Asche will take his place at third base.
Rios was added to the Dodgers' 40-man roster Tuesday.
While Rios hit an impressive .304/.355/.482 with 10 home runs in 341 plate appearances at Triple-A last year, his 32.3 percent strikeout rate and .433 BABIP suggest that a lot of that was fool's gold. He turns 25 in April and is limited to the corners, so he will need to hit a ton at Triple-A in order to get a fair shot in the big leagues.
Rios (undisclosed) will rejoin Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday, Alex Freedman of the Oklahoma City Dodgers reports.
Rios stayed in extended spring training after suffering an undisclosed injury, but it appears he's returned to health. He'll head to Triple-A after putting up stellar numbers with Oklahoma City in 2017 -- he slashed .296/.368/.533 with nine home runs and 29 RBI in 51 games.
Rios came down with some minor dings this spring and is being held back in extended spring training before joining Triple-A Oklahoma City, MLB.com's Jim Callis reports.
There are no details about the nature of his injury, but it is believed to be minor. Rios' bat is close to big-league ready, but he is blocked at first base by Cody Bellinger. He can masquerade at third base and in the corner outfield spots, but it seems unlikely that the Dodgers would be willing to sacrifice defense for offense to that extent. Look for him to put up monster numbers in the Pacific Coast League before eventually joining the Dodgers as a bench bat in September at the latest.
Rios was reassigned to minor-league spring training Sunday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Rios received a non-roster invite to major-league spring training for the second consecutive year after posting a 143 wRC+ with Double-A Tulsa and a 129 wRC+ with Triple-A Oklahoma City last season. The 23-year-old put together a strong spring performance -- going 9-for-22 with a home run and five RBI -- but will open the 2018 season in Triple A. He could make his way to the majors this season if injuries present themselves at the big-league level.
Rios has been invited to the Dodgers' major-league camp this spring, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Rios continued to make strides in 2017, hitting .317/.358/.533 with 15 homers in 77 games at Double-A Tulsa before earning a promotion to Triple-A Oklahoma City for the first time. The 23-year-old posted a respectable .296/.368/.533 line with nine homers in 51 games for Oklahoma City. He'll likely return to Triple-A to open the campaign, but he could see a promotion in 2018 if there is a need.
Rios was promoted to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Friday.
Rios demolished Double-A pitching this season, batting .317 with 15 home runs, so the Dodgers opted to send him up another level. If he continues to hit at this torrid pace, it wouldn't be surprising to see him make an appearance in Los Angeles toward the end of the season.
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