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Padres SS CJ Abrams was sent down to AAA El Paso on Tuesday.
Abrams will head back to the minors following the activation of both Wil Myers and Luke Voit. The top prospect struggled in his first 20 big league games, hitting .182 with 1 HR and a 67 wRC+. His outlook in redraft leagues is questionable given the eventual return of Fernando Tatis Jr., but should not be written off in dynasty leagues whatsoever.
C.J. Abrams picked up his first stolen base of the season on Friday. He finished 0-2 with a stolen base and a run in the 5-2 loss to Atlanta.
On Thursday, the Padres rookie hit his first career home run. On Friday, he stole his first career base. San Diego's top prospect is yet to consistently hit in the majors, as he is 2-21 to start his career. But at least he has made the most of the limited production thus far.
Padres rookie C.J. Abrams hit the first home run of his career Thursday. Abrams finished 1-5 with the solo home run.
Abrams is still hitting just .105, as he is 2-19 at the dish this year. San Diego's shortstop is hoping this can get him going. He can't stay this bad at the plate and the Padres are likely to give their prospect some time to figure it out.
Padres shortstop C.J. Abrams collected his first major league hit Saturday night while also scoring one run in the Padres' 5-2 win over the Diamondbacks.
Abrams one hit in his first eight major league at-bats this season. His bat should come around as he gets more comfortable at the major league level.
CJ Abrams is not starting on Opening Day for the Padres.
The 21-year-old prospect made the major league squad, but fantasy managers will have to wait a bit to see him in action. Ha-Seong Kim will be starting at shortstop for San Diego against Madison Bumgarner.