DH - San Francisco Giants
Seattle Mariners designated hitter Cooper Hummel is in Monday's starting lineup against the Brewers.
With right-hander Corbin Burnes on the mound for the Brewers, the switch-hitting Hummel will get the nod at DH and hit seventh on Monday. It's been an ugly start for Hummel as he's hitting just .111 with zero homers, one steal, and a .367 OPS across 20 trips to the plate.
Seattle Mariners utility player Cooper Hummel is back in the starting lineup Wednesday versus the Chicago Cubs.
It's only Hummel's second start since April 7 as he will be the designated hitter and hit eighth in the order. Despite quality minor-league production, Hummel has struggled to put it together at the big-league level with a .174 average, three homers, five steals, and a .572 OPS across 72 MLB contests.
Cooper Hummel has been traded from Arizona to Seattle.
Hummel made his MLB debut for Arizona last season at 27 years old. His season was less than stellar, but Hummel provides depth at catcher and outfield for the Mariners.
Cooper Hummel went 2-for-4 Monday, singling, homering, scoring two runs, and driving in one run in the Diamondbacks' 6-5 loss to the Brewers.
Hummel continues to struggle at the plate for the Diamondbacks, hitting just .196 with six runs scored, one home run, six runs batted in, and 17 strikeouts over his last 15 games. The 27-year-old has disappointed all season, hitting .176 with 20 runs scored, three home runs, and 17 runs batted in through 66 games this season.
Cooper Hummel went 2-for-3 Saturday, doubling twice, scoring two runs, and driving in one run in the Diamondbacks' 8-6 loss to the Brewers.
Hummel has picked up hits in four of his last seven games for the Diamondbacks, scoring three runs and driving in three runs in that span. The 27-year-old has struggled for most of the season, hitting just .179 with 17 runs scored, two home runs, and 14 runs batted in through 57 games this season.