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Home Runs
Runs Batted In
Base on Balls (Walk)
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2023 .000
2022 322 9 1 5 8 1 .192
2021 .000
3y Avg. 8.51.7 3 0 2 3 0 .188
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Exits with bruise on right hand

    Guardians manager Terry Francona announced that Arias left Friday's game against the Cubs with a contusion on his right hand, Mandy Bell of MLB.comreports. Arias was hit in the same hand that he broke in 2022, but he underwent a scan and everything has come back OK according to Francona. The utility player is not scheduled to undergo X-rays just yet, but the team might be waiting for any swelling to go down. For now, Arias should be considered day-to-day.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Leaves Friday after HBP

    Arias left Friday's Cactus League game after being hit near his hand by a pitch, Paul Hoynes of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Arias had a broken right hand that sidelined him in 2022, and he is expected to serve as a utility player for the Guardians in 2023. He immediately dropped to the ground after being hit, and looked to be in significant pain. If he ends up landing on the IL to begin the season, Tyler Freeman might be recalled to take Arias' spot on Cleveland's bench.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Likely to fill utility role

    Arias has hit .350 (14-for-40) with three doubles, three RBI, 10 runs scored and four stolen bases across 15 Cactus League games. Tyler Freeman was optioned to Triple-A Columbus on Tuesday, paving the way for Arias to serve as the Guardians' main utility man off the bench. Arias' bat has certainly earned him the chance to start the season at the major-league level, and his contact-and-speed approach fits well with the team. The 23-year-old slashed .191/.321/.319 with three extra-base hits and a stolen base in a 16-game sample last season.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Could see time in outfield

    Arias will get some playing time in the outfield during spring training, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports. Arias is a natural shortstop, but Amed Rosario is likely to start there barring injury or an extended slump. Arias saw some time around the infield last season, and adding at least one corner outfield position could give him another path to playing time if the Guardians run into injury trouble. He hit just .191 and struck out 28.1 percent of the time over 57 plate appearances in the majors last season, so it's still possible he begins the year with Triple-A Columbus.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Starts again Sunday

    Arias will start at first base and bat seventh Sunday in Game 4 of the Guardians' American League Division Series matchup with the Yankees. After going 2-for-4 with a double a run scored in Saturday's 6-5 win in Game 3, Arias will stick in the starting nine against Yankees right-hander Gerrit Cole as the Guardians take aim at a series-clinching victory. Arias appears to have overtaken Will Brennan for a spot in Cleveland's regular lineup versus right-handed pitching.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: On bench for finale

    Arias is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Royals. Arias' streak of nine consecutive starts will come to an end in the regular-season finale while Cleveland rolls out the infield configuration that will likely be the norm for the postseason (Josh Naylor, Andres Gimenez, Amed Rosario and Jose Ramirez). While filling in at all four infield spots over the last nine games, Arias went 7-for-28 (.250 average) with three extra-base hits, seven walks and a stolen base.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Getting regular run

    Arias will start at shortstop and bat seventh in Monday's game against the Royals. With regular shortstop Amed Rosario getting the night off, Arias will step in and pick up his eighth consecutive start. He's seen work at all four infield spots during that stretch and has earned his playing time by slashing .238/.429/.476 with two extra-base hits, one stolen base and a 6:6 BB:K in those prior seven contests.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Slugs first career homer

    Arias went 1-for-3 with a solo home run Wednesday against the Rays. Arias took Tyler Glasnow yard in the third inning to tally the first home run of his big-league career. He has started only sporadically since being recalled Sept. 21, though he has spelled Andres Gimenez and Jose Ramirez as the team appears to be giving some of its regulars rest after clinching the AL Central on Sunday. Arias has only 34 career plate appearances at the big-league level, but he has managed two extra-base hits, five RBI and five runs scored in that span.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: First big-league stolen base

    Arias went 1-for-3 with two walks, a run scored, an RBI and a stolen base in a 6-5 extra-innings loss Tuesday against Tampa Bay. Arias had an RBI single in the fourth and walked, stole a base and scored in the eighth. It was his first stolen base in the majors after he swiped six in the minors this year. The 22-year-old was just 2-for-19 in his first two stints for Cleveland but has performed better since being recalled Sept. 25 and is 2-for-7 with three walks and three RBI in two games. With the Guardians having already clinched the division, Arias may get some playing time over the final week as the team rests its starters in advance of the postseason.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Smacks first career triple

    Arias went 1-for-4 with a triple, two RBI and one run scored in Sunday's 10-4 win over the Rangers. Arias got the start Sunday and capitalized with his first career triple on a shot to deep center in the sixth inning to put Cleveland up 6-2. While the big day is encouraging, Arias is more of a defensive specialist and should not be expected to receive regular at-bats. In 323 plate appearances in Triple-A this season, he had an 89 wRC+ with just five stolen bases.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Doesn't miss time at Triple-A

    Arias (head) started in back-to-back games Saturday and Sunday for Triple-A Columbus, going 2-for-8 with a run. Arias was pulled from Columbus' game Friday after getting struck on the head by a pitch, but he apparently passed all concussion testing and was cleared to rejoin the lineup a day later. The 22-year-old infielder is hitting .213 with eight home runs and four stolen bases in 178 plate appearances at Columbus this season.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Exits after HBP

    Arias exited Friday's game for Triple-A Columbus after getting hit on the head by a pitch. He was able to walk off the field under his own power but may have suffered a concussion. Arias has had a disappointing year at Triple-A, slashing .211/.272/.401 with eight home runs and four steals in 40 games.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Goes back to minors

    Arias was optioned to Triple-A Columbus after Game 1 of Monday's doubleheader against the Tigers, Joe Noga of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Arias started at third base in the first game of Monday's twin bill, but he was back to Columbus between contests. He is one of Cleveland's top prospects, so he should have a chance to rejoin the big club later in the season.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Recalled by Guardians

    Arias was recalled from Triple-A Columbus on Saturday. Arias made his major-league debut in April and went 1-for-8 with two runs, an RBI and three strikeouts. He missed a month and a half of game action due to a broken hand that required surgery, but he should provide depth for the Guardians after Oscar Gonzalez (abdomen) was placed on the 10-day injured list Saturday.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Reinstated from injured list

    Arias (hand) was reinstated from the 7-day minor-league injured list Saturday. Arias underwent surgery in early May to address his fractured hand, but he recently completed a rehab assignment with the Guardians' rookie-level Arizona Complex League affiliate, where he went 3-for-13 with a double, two runs, a stolen base, three walks and seven strikeouts over five games. The 22-year-old is slashing .197/.269/.380 with three homers, 11 RBI, nine runs and three stolen bases at Triple-A Columbus this year.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Ready for rehab assignment

    Arias (hand) was sent to the Guardians' rookie-level Arizona Complex League affiliate Thursday to begin a rehab assignment. Approximately six weeks after undergoing surgery to repair his fractured right hand, Arias is ready for game action. Due to the lengthy layoff, Arias could stick around in the ACL for several games as he attempts to regain his timing at the plate. Prior to suffering the hand injury and landing on Triple-A Columbus' 7-day injured list, the 22-year-old was hitting .197 over 78 plate appearances with the Guardians' top affiliate.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Gets surgery for broken hand

    Arias underwent surgery Thursday on his fractured right and is expected to be sidelined for 6-to-8 weeks, Chris Assenheimer of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Arias previously made his MLB debut with the Guardians on April 20, going 1-for-8 with an RBI and two runs scored between a pair of doubleheader games against the White Sox before being sent down to Triple-A Columbus a day later. He'll likely remain on Columbus' 7-day injured list through late June while he recovers from surgery, making it unlikely he returns to the big leagues until the second half of the season.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Back at Triple-A

    Arias has gone 2-for-18 with a home run and a walk in four starts for Triple-A Columbus since returning to the affiliate's lineup Saturday. Arias was summoned from Triple-A to make his MLB debut last week, with Cleveland designating him as its 29th man for its April 20 doubleheader with the White Sox. He started in both ends of the twin bill, going 1-for-8 with two runs and an RBI.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Sent to Triple-A

    The Guardians optioned Arias to Triple-A Columbus on Monday, Mandy Bell of reports. After being acquired from the Padres in August 2020, Arias made his debut for his new organization in 2021, spending the entire season with Columbus. Over his 483 plate appearances, Arias produced a respectable .802 OPS, but the Guardians will send him back to Columbus to begin 2022 for further refinement. Assuming his performance doesn't dramatically regress from a season ago, the 22-year-old should get the chance to make his big-league debut later in the campaign for a rebuilding Cleveland club that could be in evaluation mode in the second half.
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  • Indians' Gabriel Arias: Protected from Rule 5 draft

    Arias was added to Cleveland's 40-man roster Friday. Arias was traded from San Diego to Cleveland at the end of August last year, and he'll unsurprisingly join the 40-man roster to protect him from the Rule 5 draft. The 20-year-old flashed his power at the High-A level in 2019, hitting .302 with 17 home runs and 75 RBI.
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