Haggerty (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Monday.
Haggerty has been sidelined since May 24 due to right shoulder inflammation, and he still doesn't have a clear timetable to return. He won't be eligible to return until at least late July, while his move to the 60-day IL is part of a shuffle to make room for Shed Long (shin), who was reinstated from the 60-day injured list in a corresponding move.
Haggerty was placed on the 10-day injured list Monday due to right shoulder inflammation.
It's unclear as to when the shoulder issue surfaced, but he'll need to spend at least the next 10 days on the injured list following this move. Ty France (wrist) was activated from the IL in a corresponding move.
Haggerty is not in Friday's lineup against the Padres.
He is hitting .138 with zero home runs, one steal and a 30.3 percent strikeout rate in 13 games this month. Donovan Walton will start at second base and hit eighth.
Haggerty went 2-for-3 with with a double and two runs in a win over Cleveland on Friday.
Haggerty pushed his season average back over the Mendoza Line with Friday's multi-hit effort, one that snapped an 0-for-12 slump that had encompassed his previous six games. The 26-year-old continues to see semi-regular playing time and has generated versatile fantasy contributions that include two doubles, two home runs and five stolen bases, but his .205/.247/.315 season slash line is a major albatross on his overall value.
Haggerty is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Dodgers, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
The 26-year-old finds himself on the bench for the second straight game with Dylan Moore starting in left field Tuesday. Haggerty's role will take a hit later this week with top prospect Jarred Kelenic expected to be promoted Thursday.
Haggerty is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Rangers.
Taylor Trammell will get some reps in left field Sunday, but Haggerty -- who has started three of the last four games -- still appears to have the upper hand for playing time at the position. Realistically, however, both Haggerty and Trammell are merely keeping the seat warm in the outfield for top prospect Jarred Kelenic, who could be summoned from Triple-A Tacoma any day now.
Haggerty went 0-for-1 with a walk and a stolen base in Sunday's 2-0 win over the Angels.
Haggerty reached base via a seventh-inning walk and proceeded to steal second for his fifth stolen base of the year. The 27-year-old has already surpassed his total from 2020, although he only played in 13 games a season ago. The steals haven't been enough to cover for his lack of production at the plate, as he's slashing .200/.254/.327 with two home runs, five RBI, 10 runs scored and a 4:18 BB:K.
Haggerty isn't starting Saturday's game against the Angels.
Haggerty had started in each of the last four games but went 1-for-14 with a run, a walk and nine strikeouts during that time. Dylan Moore will start at second base and bat sixth.
Haggerty is starting at second base and batting sixth Wednesday in Houston. He has now started five of the last six games.
Dylan Moore is slumping, and meanwhile, Haggerty is hitting .429 with one home run, two steals and a 4:3 K:BB over his last six games (14 at-bats). It appears Seattle is going to play the hot hand at the keystone, and right now that's Haggerty, whose speed makes him noteworthy in deeper roto leagues.
Haggerty went 3-for-5 with a homer, a steal, a pair of RBI and a pair of runs scored Saturday against Boston.
Haggerty scored on Kyle Seager's two-run triple in the second inning. He later extended the Mariners' lead to five with a solo shot off Josh Taylor in the eighth inning, his second homer of the year. He now sits second on the team with three steals.
Haggerty, who entered Thursday's extra-inning win over the Red Sox as a defensive replacement in the eighth inning, laced a go-ahead RBI double, stole a base and scored in his one plate appearance.
The utility man's run-scoring two-bagger snapped a 3-3 tie in the 10th inning and gave Haggerty his fourth hit in his last 11 plate appearances. The 27-year-old has been in the batter's box on only 27 occasions through his first 11 games, but he's picked things up after going 1-for-8 with one strikeout in his first three games this season.
Haggerty is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Orioles.
Though he slugged a home run as part of a two-hit game in the second half of Tuesday's doubleheader, Haggerty will find himself on the bench for the third time in four games. Jose Marmolejos will pick up the start in left field Wednesday, and he may rank ahead of Haggerty as the third member in Seattle's regular outfield after Mitch Haniger and Taylor Trammell. Both Marmolejos and Haggerty will likely see their opportunities decline, however, if Kyle Lewis (knee) is able to return from the injured list for the Mariners' upcoming five-game homestand.
Haggerty went 2-for-3 with a two-run homer and a second run scored in an 7-6 loss to the Orioles during the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader.
The 26-year-old launched his first homer of the year in the seventh inning off Adam Plutko to tie the score at 6-6, only for Baltimore to walk it off in the bottom half of the frame. However, he had just one hit in 16 at-bats coming into Tuesday, and with Kyle Lewis (knee) poised to come off the IL this weekend and Jarred Kelenic knocking on the door, one day of heroics may not be enough to keep Haggerty on the roster much longer.
Haggerty is out of the lineup for the first half of Tuesday's doubleheader with the Orioles.
Seattle will have top catcher Luis Torrens serve as its designated hitter for a second straight game, creating a domino effect that leaves no room in the lineup for Haggerty. After making three consecutive starts in the outfield last week, Haggerty is now on the bench for the second game in a row. His hold on a regular role looks to have loosened following his 1-for-16 start to the season, and Haggerty's playing time will likely take a significant hit once Kyle Lewis (knee) is ready to return from the injured list.
Haggerty is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Twins.
Haggerty will take a seat after starting four of the Mariners' last five games in the outfield, going 1-for-15 at the dish. Though he's been the primary beneficiary of extra work since Jake Fraley (hamstring) was placed on the injured list, Haggerty may need to show some signs of life offensively to continue earning regular playing time.
Haggerty has made the Mariners' Opening Day roster, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports.
The versatile 26-year-old flashed potential in his first Mariners season in 2020 with a .260/.315/.400 slash over 13 games. Despite the fact that he followed it up with just a .239 average this spring, his experience playing every position in the field except catcher and first base made him too valuable not to stick.
Haggerty, battling for a utility role on the Opening Day roster, went 3-for-4 with a double, a triple, two RBI and a run in a Cactus League win over the Royals on Tuesday.
Despite hitting out of the bottom of the order, Haggerty had quite a busy night enhancing his case to stick on the Opening Day roster, providing the Mariners' only three-hit effort in an offensive barrage. Haggerty boosted his spring average to .269 with Tuesday's production, which snapped him out of the 1-for-14 slump that encompassed his previous six exhibitions.
Haggerty, competing for a utility role on the Opening Day roster, went 2-for-2 with a triple and a stolen base in a Cactus League tie with the White Sox on Friday.
Haggerty pulled his spring average up to .375 (3-for-8) with Friday's impressive showing, as the 26-year-old has gotten his bid for a roster spot off to a good start. Haggerty's considerable defensive flexibility -- he's played every position except pitcher, catcher and first base in a professional career that dates back to 2015 -- already gives him a strong chance at sticking, and his early spring work with the bat following a solid .260/.315/.400 line across 54 big-league plate appearances last season only strengthens his case for the time being.
Haggerty (forearm) went 0-for-2 while serving as a backup second baseman Sunday in the Mariners' 5-4 win over the Padres in Cactus League play.
Haggerty wasn't able to finish the 2020 season on the field after being placed on the injured list Sept. 7 with a left forearm strain, but he looks to have made it back to 100 percent health for the start of spring training. The 26-year-old switch-hitter will be vying for a utility role on the Mariners' Opening Day roster.
Haggerty (forearm) continues to rehab at the alternate training site in Tacoma, but a 2020 return has been ruled out, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Haggerty simply ran out of time for a return this season, as his forearm issues apparently aren't far enough along to make a return sometime during the final week of the season realistic. The 26-year-old was a solid utility option in his first tour of duty with the Mariners, slashing .260/.315/.400 with four doubles, one home run, six RBI, four stolen bases, four walks and seven runs across 13 games while logging at least one appearance at third base, both corner outfield spots and designated hitter.
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|05/18||vs DET||L 0-5||3||0||0||0||0||0||0|
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|05/14||vs CLE||W 7-3||3||2||2||0||0||0||0|
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|2019||AAX-Binghamton Rumble Po||68||247||39||64||8||5||2||13||40||78||19||4||.259||.370||.356|