DH,LF,RF - ATL
Eddie Rosario went 2-for-4 with a solo homer, a single, a walk, and an additional run scored against the Diamondbacks Monday.
Rosario is heating up at the right time for his new club. He came over from the Indians while on IL at the trade deadline, and he remained on IL until August 28th. Entering today, since that date, he was slashing .320/.375/.740 with a .451 wOBA. He has a five-game hitting streak currently, going 10-for-18 in that span.
Eddie Rosario went 4-for-4, hitting for the cycle, against the Giants Sunday.
Rosario has become another solid trade deadline acquisition for the Braves, and he should see regular playing time for the remainder of the season.
Eddie Rosario went 2-for-3 with a solo homer and an RBI single against the Rockies Wednesday.
It seems that the Braves are giving Rosario some run as the starting left fielder, and it's time for him to showcase his talent and take advantage of the opportunity. He was a trade acquisition while injured and remained on the IL until August 28th. He has flashed some good at-bats since then, so we'll see what happens.
Eddie Rosario went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer against the Marlins Sunday.
Rosario belongs in the lineup every day. Entering today, since he returned from an IL stint on August 28th, he has had 37 plate appearances and has hit a double, a triple, three homers, knocked in eight runs, and scored five times.
Eddie Rosario went 1-for-4 with a solo homer against the Nationals Wednesday.
Rosario came over to the Braves at the trade deadline but spent some time on the IL and didn't make his debut with the team until August 28th. Entering today, since his debut, he was slashing .273/.346/.545 with a .367 wOBA.