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  • Mariners' Jason Vosler: Productive in team debut

    Vosler started at designated hitter in Tuesday's 5-1 loss to the Angels and went 1-for-3 with a double, a walk and a run. The new arrival delivered the only extra-base hit for the Mariners on another anemic night for the team's offense. Vosler, along with fellow Triple-A callups Tyler Locklear and Cade Marlowe, was one of three new faces in Seattle's lineup Tuesday, and it remains to be seen if he'll be able to carve out a regular role for the short term while the team deals with the absences of Julio Rodriguez (ankle) and J.P. Crawford (finger).
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  • Mariners' Jason Vosler: Added to roster

    The Mariners selected Vosler's contract from Triple-A Tacoma on Monday. The 30-year-old has slashed .289/.357/.526 with 20 home runs over 89 games this season with Tacoma, mostly playing first base and right field but also seeing action at third base and in left field. Previous reports suggested that the Mariners would recall Tyler Locklear from Triple-A Tacoma after first baseman Ty France was placed on outright waivers, so Vosler could just be a roster stopgap until France's situation is resolved.
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  • Mariners' Jason Vosler: Catches on with Seattle

    Vosler signed a minor-league contract with the Mariners on Saturday. Seattle assigned Vosler to Triple-A Tacoma immediately after his signing, so he doesn't appear as though he'll receive the chance to compete for a spot on the Mariners' Opening Day roster and will instead serve as organizational corner-infield depth. Vosler spent the entire 2023 campaign as a member of the Reds organization, hitting .161 with three home runs and 10 RBI across 65 plate appearances at the big-league level and posting an .815 OPS over 363 plate appearances at Triple-A Louisville.
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  • Jason Vosler: Lands on open market

    Vosler elected to become a free agent Tuesday, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Vosler made the Reds' Opening Day roster out of camp this past spring, but he was outrighted to Triple-A Louisville before the end of April after slashing just .161/.200/.371 with 25 strikeouts across 65 plate appearances. The 30-year-old corner infielder will probably have to settle for a minor-league contract leading into the 2024 campaign.
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  • Reds' Jason Vosler: Outrighted to Triple-A

    Vosler cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Louisville on Thursday. Vosler had been designated for assignment by Cincinnati on Monday after posting a rough .161/.200/.371 batting line across 65 plate appearances to begin the 2023 season. The 29-year-old will remain part of the Reds organization for the time being.
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  • Reds' Jason Vosler: Dropped from 40-man roster

    The Reds designated Vosler for assignment Monday. After securing a spot on the Opening Day roster, Vosler made an early splash by providing six extra-base hits and nine RBI through the Reds' first eight games, but a 36 percent strikeout rate during that stretch was a warning sign that tough times were ahead for the 29-year-old. Regression ended up hitting Vosler hard, as he had fallen into a 4-for-38 rut at the dish over his last 12 games while striking out in 40 percent of his plate appearances. Though Joey Votto (shoulder/biceps) remains on the injured list, the Reds will likely turn over first base to Wil Myers on a regular basis to open up more opportunities for other outfielders rather than sticking with Vosler as an everyday option in the infield.
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  • Reds' Jason Vosler: Takes seat Monday

    Vosler is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Rays. Since the Rays are deploying a lefty (Jalen Beeks) as their opening pitcher Monday, the lefty-hitting Vosler will take a seat for the third time in five games, with his other two absences also coming against southpaws. Wil Myers will get the nod at first base Monday, but Vosler should have a clear path to regular playing time versus righties at least until Joey Votto (shoulder/biceps) is activated from the 10-day injured list.
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  • Reds' Jason Vosler: Homers in third straight

    Vosler went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's loss against the Cubs. Make it three consecutive games with a homer for Vosler, who had four long balls all of last season (a career high). He also had a triple in the opener, so Vosler is slugging a cool 1.113 in the early going. The 29-year-old is doing his best Brandon Drury impression and the Reds figure to ride with Vosler's hot bat in the starting lineup for the time being, at least against right-handed pitching.
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  • Reds' Jason Vosler: Homers off bench

    Vosler went 1-for-3 with a three-run home run and an additional run scored in Monday's win over the Cubs. He entered the game in the bottom of the second inning, replacing Jose Barrero (hamstring) on the bases. Vosler stayed in at first base as Wil Myers moved out to right field and TJ Friedl shifted to center. Vosler would end up playing the hero for Cincinnati, hitting a three-run shot in the fifth inning which proved to be the game winner. While he's not an everyday starter for the Reds, Vosler has been swinging the bat well early on when given the opportunity.
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  • Reds' Jason Vosler: Sits out Monday

    Vosler is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Cubs. Southpaw Drew Smyly is taking the hill for the Cubs, so the lefty-hitting Vosler will bow out of the starting nine, giving way to Wil Myers at first base. Vosler connected on his first home run of the season in Sunday's win over the Pirates and has plated three runs through his first three games. He should serve as the Reds' primary option at first base until Joey Votto (shoulder) returns from the injured list.
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  • Reds' Jason Vosler: Clubs solo homer

    Vosler went 2-for-4 with solo home run and a double during Sunday's win over the Pirates. Vosler started the scoring with solo shot during the second inning and followed up with a double in the eighth, though he was stranded. The 29-year-old received the start in two of the first three games of the season and has gone 3-for-8 with a home run, a triple, a double and three RBI.
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  • Reds' Jason Vosler: Contract selected Thursday

    The Reds selected Vosler's contract Thursday. Vosler had a strong showing in the Cactus League this spring and might be a regular option between first base and designated for the Reds as the season gets underway. He's actually starting at first base and batting fifth in Thursday's Opening Day game against the Pirates. The 29-year-old posted an .812 OPS in 111 plate appearances last season with San Francisco.
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  • Reds' Jason Vosler: Joins Cincinnati

    The Reds signed Vosler to a minor-league contract Wednesday. The deal includes an invite to major-league spring training. Vosler posted a respectable .265/.342/.469 slash line in 111 big-league plate appearances for the Giants last season, which suggests he could find a role on the Reds' talent-depleted roster.
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  • Mariners' Jason Vosler: Links on with Mariners

    Vosler signed a minor-league deal with the Mariners on Jan. 18. Vosler was designated for assignment by the Giants in November, and he elected free agency after refusing an outright assignment to Triple-A Sacramento. The infielder forged a slash line of .242/.311/.433 with 18 homers in 360 at-bats with the River Cats in 2022.
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  • Giants' Jason Vosler: DFA'd by San Francisco

    Vosler was designated for assignment by the Giants on Tuesday. Vosler played in 36 contests for the Giants last season and hit well with an .811 OPS, four home runs and 12 RBI in 111 plate appearances. He bounced between Triple-A and the majors and could be ticketed for a similar role in 2023.
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  • Giants' Jason Vosler: Recalled ahead of start

    Vosler was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento and will start at third base Wednesday against Colorado, batting seventh. Vosler has been back and forth between the majors and Triple-A all season, and he's now returned to San Francisco for the first time in nearly two months. He's had plenty of success at the big-league level, slashing .288/.351/.530 with 10 RBI over 74 plate appearances this season. In a corresponding move, Lewis Brinson was designated for assignment.
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  • Giants' Jason Vosler: Moves to minors

    Vosler was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday. The 28-year-old was called up by San Francisco on Friday and will head back to the minors with trade-acquisition J.D. Davis being added to the active roster. Vosler has appeared in 23 big-league games this year and has a .288/.351/.530 slash line in 74 plate appearances.
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  • Giants' Jason Vosler: Batting eighth after call-up

    Vosler was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento and is starting at third base and batting eighth Friday against the Cubs. He is slashing .222/.300/.426 with 12 home runs and two steals in 57 games at Triple-A, but Vosler has hit .268 with four home runs in a brief 19-game sample in the majors this year. With Evan Longoria (hamstring) back on the IL, there should be some playing time available for Vosler in the short term.
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  • Giants' Jason Vosler: Recalled and starting Friday

    Vosler was recalled by the Giants on Friday and will bat seventh and play third base against the White Sox, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. How long Vosler will remain in the majors is unclear, as he was called up to replace starting pitcher Anthony DeSclafani (ankle), so it's possible he returns to the minors when the Giants need another starter. Vosler has produced when called upon this season, however, hitting .294/.362/.569 in 17 games. He'll have a good case to stick around if he keeps hitting like that.
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  • Giants' Jason Vosler: Steals base in win

    Vosler went 1-for-4 with a stolen base and a run scored in a 5-1 win Sunday in Miami. Vosler started at third base for the fifth straight game. He singled, stole a base and scored in the Giants' four-run fourth inning. Since being recalled from Triple-A on Wednesday, he is 5-for-16 with two homers, a double and a stolen base and has reached base safely in all five contests. With Evan Longoria (shoulder) limited to a hitting role, Vosler is making the most of his opportunity to fill in at the hot corner.
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