Soto remains in the lineup Wednesday in Baltimore despite a sore shin.
Soto fouled a ball off his leg in Tuesday's game, but he finished that contest and won't require a day off. He's hitting .342/.422/.632 in the month of July.
Soto is managing a sore shin after fouling a ball off his leg Tuesday at Baltimore, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports. He went 2-for-5 with a home run and two RBI.
Soto fouled the ball off his shin during the sixth inning and then crushed a 443-foot homer in the same at-bat. The 20-year-old clearly played through the injury with no major issues and never exited the contest, but if there's any residual soreness Wednesday, the Nationals could play it safe and give him a day off.
Soto went 3-for-5 with a two-run homer and a second run scored in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Phillies.
With Anthony Rendon at first base and the Nats trailing 3-2 with two outs in the top of the ninth inning, Soto drove the first pitch he saw from Philly closer Hector Neris for his 16th home run of the year. The 20-year-old slugger is now slashing .302/.406/.542 over 81 games, numbers slightly better than last year's historic rookie campaign.
Soto went 2-for-3 with a two-run home run and a walk during a 3-2 victory against the Marlins on Tuesday.
The 20-year-old has basically kept the status quo with his average over the last 10 games, but he's smashed four homers in his past 25 at-bats and has 11 RBI over the last nine games. Overall, Soto is hitting .301 with 15 home runs, 54 RBI, 50 runs and five steals in 269 at-bats this year.
Soto went 1-for-3 with a walk, a solo home run and a second run scored in Friday's 3-1 win over the Tigers.
His second-inning shot off Daniel Norris kicked off the scoring on the night. Soto has now gone yard in consecutive games and three of the last five, pushing his slash line on the year up to .302/.399/.542 with 14 homers and 52 RBI.
Soto went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Thursday's win over the Marlins.
One day after seeing his 10-game hit streak snapped, the young slugger bounced back with his 13th homer of the year. Soto's on pace for his first 100-RBI campaign with 51 driven in through 70 games, and his .301/.398/.533 is right in line with his dynamite rookie season.
Soto went 1-for-3 with a walk and two RBI in Tuesday's win over the Marlins.
The second-year slugger has now hit safely in 10 straight games, slashing .429/.500/.771 over that stretch with two homers, two steals, eight runs and 11 RBI. Soto has put his slow start to 2019 firmly behind him and seems headed for a huge second half.
Soto went 1-for-5 with a solo home run in Sunday's loss to the Braves.
Soto's solo shot -- his 12th home run of the season -- came off Grant Dayton in the seventh inning and put the Nationals on the board. The outfielder has now hit safely in nine straight games, going 14-for-32 (.438) with a pair of homers, a pair of stolen bases and nine RBI during that stretch.
Soto went 3-for-4 with a triple and four RBI in Saturday's 13-9 loss to Atlanta.
The young slugger extended his hitting streak to eight games, and Soto is now slashing .324/.405/.471 through 19 contests in June with a homer, two steals, nine RBI, 12 runs and a 9:10 BB:K. He's having a strong first half, but he's entirely capable of finding another gear after the All-Star break.
Soto went 1-for-3 with a walk and three runs in Sunday's 15-5 triumph over the Diamondbacks.
Soto came around to score each time he reached base in the series finale, with his last run coming on Matt Adams' eighth-inning grand slam. Since returning from the injured list May 11, the young outfielder has looked every bit of the breakout star he was in 2018. Over that 33-game span, Soto is slashing .325/.404/.528 with 14 extra-base knocks, 19 RBI and 25 runs.
Soto went 2-for-4 with a solo homer in a loss to the Diamondbacks on Saturday.
Soto tied the score 2-2 with a a solo homer in the bottom of the first inning off Taylor Clarke. It was the 20-year-old's first home run in June and he is just 12-for-49 this month. Nevertheless, Soto still holds an impressive .289/.383/.502 slash line with 41 RBI over 225 at-bats.
Soto went 3-for-4 with a double and a run scored in Wednesday's win over the White Sox.
The 20-year-old has four three-hit efforts in his last 12 games, slashing an absurd .455/.537/.795 over that stretch with three homers, eight RBI, 16 runs and a 9:8 BB:K. Soto has put a sluggish start to his first full big-league campaign firmly behind him, and if the Nats eventually climb out of their early-season hole -- they're five games under .500, but only 6.5 games back of the NL East-leading Phillies -- Soto's bat will be a big reason why.
Soto went 3-for-4 with a double, a solo home run and two runs scored Friday night in a loss to the Reds.
Soto delivered a solo homer over the fence in center field during the fourth inning, but Cincinnati had already built a sizeable lead by that point. The 20-year-old left fielder continues to have an impressive season at the plate, despite his team's struggles. He's slashing .301/.401/.551 with 10 homers and 38 RBI through 49 games.
Soto went 2-for-4 with two walks, a home run, four runs scored and two RBI in Wednesday's 14-4 dismantling of Atlanta.
The 20-year-old extended his hitting streak 13 games in explosive fashion. Soto is slashing .449/.517/.796 over that stretch with three homers, 13 runs and 13 RBI, pushing his OPS on the year up to .917 -- just six points below his historic rookie pace.
Soto went 1-for-4 with a double in Monday's loss to the Marlins.
He extended his hitting streak to 11 games with his fourth-inning two-bagger off Jose Urena. Soto is slashing .463/.511/.805 over that stretch with six doubles, a triple, two homers, eight runs and 11 RBI, and after a slow start to 2019, his .897 OPS is now just a hair below his performance as a rookie.
Soto went 3-for-4 with a three-run home run, two runs and a walk during a 12-10 victory against the Marlins on Friday.
The 20-year-old is absolutely on fire. He's on an eight-game hitting streak, and in the last two games, he's 6-for-7 with a home run, triple and double. Soto was struggling a bit before this hot streak, but he's now batting .281 with eight home runs, 33 RBI, 23 runs and three steals.
Soto went 3-for-3 with a walk, a double, a triple and two runs scored in Thursday's loss to the Mets.
The 20-year-old extended his hitting streak to seven games with the performance, and he's been on a tear when it comes to extra-base hits -- Soto's 12 hits over that stretch includes five doubles, a triple and a homer. The surge has pushed his slash line on the season back up to .268/.374/.490, and as he showed in his rookie campaign, he can stay hot for a long time once he's locked in.
Soto went 2-for-4 with a home run, two RBI and one run scored Tuesday against the Mets.
Soto took Zack Wheeler deep in the second inning for his seventh homer of the season. He added to that in the eighth inning by doubling in the go-ahead run, bringing his RBI total for the season to 30. The 20-year-old is currently riding a five-game hitting streak, highlighted by three multi-hit efforts and six RBI.
Soto went 2-for-4 with a walk, a double and a run scored in Friday's loss to the Cubs.
It's his best performance in six games since returning to the lineup from a back issue. Soto's .236/.353.425 slash line remains disappointing, as is the spike in his strikeout rate from 20.0 percent as a rookie to 27.3 percent this year, but he still has time to turn things around in 2019.
Soto will serve as the Nationals' cleanup hitter and start in left field Thursday against the Mets.
Since returning from the 10-day injured list last weekend, Soto has started in each of the Nationals' four games, going 2-for-14 with seven strikeouts. After serving as the No. 3 hitter in the first three of those contests, Soto will flip spots in the order with Anthony Rendon for the second straight day, but the lineup switch shouldn't have a dramatic impact on the fantasy outlook for either player.
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