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Oct 1, 2023 0 1 0 0 5
Sep 30, 2023 2 1 0 0 3
Sep 29, 2023 0 0 0 0
Sep 27, 2023 0 0 0 0 -0.5
Sep 24, 2023 0 0 0 0

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Batting Average
2023 125.52 27 2 20 14 7 .287
2022 50.8 1 1 .267
2021 52.51 12 1 3 9 4 .256
3y Avg. 270.9 6 0 2 5 2 .261
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Losing work to Urias

    Reyes will start at shortstop and bat fifth in Monday's game against the Rangers. The righty-hitting Reyes will stick in the lineup against a lefty (Jordan Montgomery), but he had sat out on each of the last three occasions in which the Red Sox faced off against right-handed pitching. The Red Sox have seemingly moved Reyes into a utility role while Luis Urias has been prioritized at second base of late.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Remains on bench

    Reyes will sit Saturday against the Blue Jays, Mac Cerullo of the Boston Herald reports. Reyes started two of Boston's first three games after he returned from an elbow injury earlier this week, but he's now been on the bench for two games in a row. Luis Urias has started at second base on both occasions.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Slated to return for second game

    Reyes (elbow) is expected to be activated from the injured list prior to the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Yankees, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. Reyes had been slated to return Monday before that game got rained out. He will not be activated for the makeup game Tuesday afternoon, but it appears he'll be added prior to the nightcap. Reyes has been out since late August with left elbow inflammation and could see some starts at second base down the stretch.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Will be activated Monday

    Reyes (elbow) will be activated from the 10-day injured list Monday, MLB.com reports. Reyes kicked off a rehab assignment Saturday and will remain with Triple-A Worcester through the weekend. He's been an unlikely factor for the Red Sox in 2023, posting a .303 average in 51 games, but as Boston's playoff hopes dim, the 30-year-old is not expected to have a large role to finish out the season.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Begins rehab assignment

    Reyes (elbow) started at second base and went 1-for-3 with a run scored for Triple-A Worcester on Friday. Reyes began a rehab assignment with the WooSox. He played five innings in the field and was removed after getting a third plate appearance in the top of the sixth. Reyes could rejoin the Red Sox before the team's current homestand ends Sept. 14.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Starting Sunday after all

    Reyes (elbow) will start at second base and bat sixth in Sunday's game against the Dodgers, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports. Though Reyes was initially expected to get the day off after he was pulled from Saturday's 8-5 win with left elbow pain, he'll end up getting his fifth straight start Sunday. The Red Sox scratched third baseman Rafael Devers (wrist) from the lineup to clear a spot for Reyes.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Out Sunday with elbow injury

    Reyes (elbow) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Dodgers, Gabrielle Starr of the Boston Herald reports. Reyes will see his streak of four straight starts come to an end Sunday while he nurses left elbow pain. Luis Urias will spell Reyes at second base in the series finale.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Exits with elbow injury

    Reyes was removed from Saturday's game against the Dodgers with left elbow pain, Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican reports. The Red Sox didn't provide any specifics regarding what exactly is wrong with Reyes or how severe his injury is, but more information should be available in the near future. For now, fantasy managers should consider him day-to-day.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Not starting Tuesday

    Reyes in not in the lineup Tuesday versus the Astros. Reyes will open the game on the bench for the first time since Aug. 4. Since then, the second baseman has been slashing .352/.397/.537 with two home runs. Luis Urias will start in his place at second base and bat eighth.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Will backup at first base

    Boston manager Alex Cora said Reyes will serve as the backup first baseman while Justin Turner plays through a bone bruise on his left heel, Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com reports. Turner is limited to designated hitter duty for the time being, so Cora said Reyes will play first base whenever Triston Casas sits. Reyes has never played first base in the majors, but he's had a reliable bat of late, which the manager could use if needed. Reyes, who popped a two-run home run Wednesday, is batting .394 (13-for-33) with two home runs, three doubles, six RBI and seven runs scored over the last nine games.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Retains starting role in infield

    Reyes will start at second base and bat seventh in Wednesday's game against the Nationals. Though he lost hold of regular playing time at shortstop when Trevor Story returned from the 60-day injured list Aug. 8, Reyes has been able to retain an everyday role at the other middle-infield spot ahead of Luis Urias. Reyes will stick in the lineup for a 10th consecutive game Wednesday after going 12-for-32 (.375 average) with one home run, three doubles, one stolen base, four RBI and six runs over the previous nine contests.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Batting leadoff Thursday

    Reyes is starting at shortstop and batting leadoff against the Royals on Thursday. Reyes is receiving his second straight start at short while Trevor Story serves as the designated hitter. He went 3-for-3 in Wednesday's win over Kansas City and is being rewarded with a move from the bottom of the order all the way to the top.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Not yet activated

    Reyes (abdomen) is expected to play shortstop in a rehab game Sunday for Double-A Portland, Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican reports. Reyes has appeared in six games during a rehab assignment and is 8-for-21 with three home runs and seven RBI for Portland. He's seen time at second base, designated and center field prior to his expected start at shortstop Sunday. Following Sunday's game, Boston manager Alex Cora said the organization will reassess the roster. Reyes is out of minor-league options and can't be assigned directly to Triple-A or Double-A, so if the Red Sox want to add him to the major-league roster, Cora must decide which player would be cut. The main candidates for a demotion would appear to be fellow infielders Christian Arroyo and Enrique Hernandez.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Out through break

    Reyes (abdomen) won't be activated from the 10-day injured list prior to the All-Star break, MLB.com reports. Reyes began a rehab assignment at Triple-A Worcester on Tuesday and there had been speculation he could be activated by the end of the week, but that won't come to fruition. He's hit safely in all three games with Worcester, going 5-for-11 with two home runs and four RBI. Now that Yu Chang recently returned from the 60-day IL and Trevor Story (elbow) is nearing a rehab assignment, so Reyes may be limited to a utility role once he's deemed ready to rejoin the Red Sox.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Starting rehab assignment

    Reyes (abdomen) will begin a rehab assignment Tuesday, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports. Reyes will serve as the designated hitter Tuesday before playing second base Wednesday. He's expected to be ready to return later this week after missing the last week-and-a-half with an abdominal strain.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Exits early

    Reyes was removed from Thursday's game against the Twins, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports. It's unclear why Reyes was taken out of Thursday's contest, but he had been dealing with abdominal soreness for a few days, so it's possible those issues flared up again. The Red Sox should provide an update in the near future, but Reyes should be considered day-to-day for the time being.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Enters game late

    Reyes (abdomen) played in the field for the final inning of Wednesday's 5-4 extra-inning loss to the Twins. Reyes had been ruled out for the game but was needed after the Red Sox burned through Enrique Hernandez and David Hamilton. It's not clear if Reyes can handle a full game, particularly at the plate, due to the injury.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Hopeful to avoid injured list

    Reyes (abdomen) is considered day-to-day, and the Red Sox are hopeful he can avoid a trip to the injured list after he was scratched from the lineup ahead of Tuesday's 10-4 win over the Twins, Gabrielle Starr of the Boston Herald reports. Though the Red Sox remain optimistic that Reyes' sore right abdominal muscle won't send him to the shelf, infielder prospect David Hamilton was pulled from the Triple-A Worcester lineup Tuesday in case a replacement is needed on the 26-man active roster. Enrique Hernandez picked up the start at shortstop Tuesday, but the Red Sox prefer not to have him play the position on a full-time basis.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: Hitting well in everyday role

    Reyes went 2-for-3 with a walk and three runs scored in Monday's 9-3 win over Minnesota. Reyes started at shortstop for the fifth time in the last six games -- the lone non-start was in the second game of Sunday's doubleheader -- and continued hitting well. He's gone 7-for-17 with one double, three RBI and five runs scored since becoming the primary shortstop. Red Sox manager Alex Cora noted to Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com that he does not view Reyes as an everyday player, which suggests he's keeping the position warm until Yu Chang (wrist) is ready to be activated from the injured list.
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  • Red Sox's Pablo Reyes: In line for more starts

    Red Sox manager Alex Cora suggested prior to Tuesday's loss to the Rockies that Reyes would be in line for more starts at shortstop with Enrique Hernandez no longer viewed as the team's primary option at the position, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports. Boston's infield defense was reshuffled Tuesday, with Reyes starting at shortstop and Justin Turner starting at first base for Triston Casas. Cora noted that Reyes, who went 2-for-4 with a run scored Tuesday, isn't seen as an everyday player, but he'll likely see the majority of the starts at shortstop nonetheless until Yu Chang (wrist) is ready to return from the injured list. Eventually, Trevor Story (elbow) will supplant Chang and Reyes at the position, but he's not expected to be ready to play the field until August. Another option -- Adalberto Mondesi -- has been on the IL all season with a knee injury and was shut down from all activities Tuesday.
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