2B,3B - CHC
David Bote was the DH and hit eighth on Saturday against the Twins, driving in a run with a double. That was the only run the Cubs would score, losing 8-1.
Bote, like just about every other Cub, has struggled to hit for a high average, but has made up for it with slugging the ball well. On the season, he is slashing .208/.315/.425 with 14 runs, six homers, and 26 RBI.
David Bote went 1-for-3 with a three-run homer and a hit-by-pitch on Sunday against the Brewers. The Cubs won, 12-0.
Bote hit ninth and played third on Sunday, so he is still getting semi-regular playing time, even with Kris Bryant back in the fold. Bote's .204 average and .732 OPS leave a lot to be desired, and he should only be rostered in NL-only leagues.
David Bote played second base and struck out three times on Friday against Brandon Woodruff and the Brewers. The Cubs lost, 1-0.
Bote has slumped over the past week, hitting just .105/.292/.211 with eight strikeouts in 19 at-bats. He remains an NL-only play or a very deep mixed league play at this point.
David Bote went 1-for-3 with a two-run triple on Tuesday against the Reds. The Cubs won, 3-0.
Bote continues to get playing time at second base. While he hasn't done great this season (he's slashing .222/.327/.433), he should continue to see regular playing time.
David Bote went 0-for-3 with a sacrifice fly in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Cardinals. The Cubs lost, 5-1.
Bote hit second and played first base in the game, but ultimately he didn't produce enough for a victory. Bote now has a .214 average and middling .743 OPS. He will get enough playing time to be somewhat relevant in deeper leagues, but should be left on waivers in shallow and standard leagues.