CF,RF - SEA - IL10
Jake Fraley left Tuesday's Mariners game against the White Sox with a left hamstring strain.
Fraley suffered the injury while making a diving catch. He was later replaced in left field by Dylan Moore. It is a tough break for Fraley, who has only connected on one hit but has drawn eight walks on some very solid at-bats. We might be looking at a trip to the injured list for Fraley with this hamstring injury, a tough break for him.
Jake Fraley went 1-for-3 with one run scored, one strikeout and one walk drawn in the Mariners loss Friday against San Francisco.
After drawing a walk-off walk to win the game for Seattle on Opening Day, Fraley hit a two-out double in the second inning before scoring on a double by Luis Torrens. Fraley is likely competing with Jose Marmolejos for the Mariners last outfield spot while Kyle Lewis (knee) is sidelined, and Fraley has taken advantage of the opportunity so far through two games.
Jake Fraley went 0-for-1 with three walks in the Mariners Opening Day win Thursday, with one of those walks winning it for the Mariners in the 10th inning.
Fraley stepped to the plate in the bottom of the 10th inning with the bases loaded and no outs. San Francisco Giants reliever Jose Alvarez struggled with his control mightily, walking Taylor Trammell and Dylan Moore to load the bases (with the runner on second base to start off the inning) before he walked Fraley on five pitches to walk it off for Seattle. Fraley is likely competing with Jose Marmolejos for a roster spot while Kyle Lewis (knee) is on the injured list.
Jake Fraley went 2-for-4 with a triple and a run scored in the Mariners 2-1 win over the Angels on Monday.
Fraley smacked a triple and scored on a Joseph Odom single to even the score at one apiece in the top of the third inning. The outfielder is now slashing .174/.269/.304 across 23 at-bats this year. He lacks fantasy appeal even in AL-only leagues.
Jake Fraley led off for the Mariners Tuesday going 1-for-3 with a double, a run scored, and two strikeouts.
Fraley hit 16 home runs and stole 18 bases last year in the minors, getting 41 plate appearances with the Mariners. He should find plenty of playing time to start the season with Mitch Haniger out. Fraley is worth keeping an eye on this spring.