1B,CF,LF,RF - ARI
The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal reports that OF Jordan Luplow is on the move to the Tampa Bay Rays.
Luplow last played on May 26, and while health has been an issue for the outfielder, he has also shown significant flashes of pop at times. He figures to be a bench bat once he returns from his ankle injury.
Cleveland outfielder Jordan Luplow lands on the injured list with an ankle injury. He underwent an MRI but awaiting the results.
Luplow is struggling in 2021 with seven home runs, 12 runs, and 20 RBI with a .173 batting average and .769 OPS in 121 plate appearances. He's not fantasy-relevant outside of AL-only leagues.
Indians outfielder Jordan Luplow isn't in Thursday's lineup since his "ankle was barking."
The severity is unknown, but between Luplow, Franmil Reyes (abdominal), Zach Plesac (thumb), and Amed Rosario (hand), the injury bug appears to be taking a toll on a Cleveland team that had been fairly healthy throughout the first eight weeks of the season. Luplow himself has slashed .165/.325/.433 to open the year. Oustide of a lack of base hits, he has seen the ball well (21 walks to 31 strikeouts) and posted an impressive load of power (seven home runs). He's also plated 20 runs.
Cleveland outfielder Jordan Luplow went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in a 4-1 win over Detroit on Tuesday.
Luplow went deep in the eighth inning to provide a pair of insurance runs for Cleveland. It was his first homer since April 26. Overall, Luplow is hitting .168 with seven homers, 12 runs, and 20 RBI.
Cleveland Indians outfielder Jordan Luplow went 1-for-5 with a two-run homer in a 5-3 win over the Twins on Monday.
Luplow hit a walkoff homer in the bottom of the 10th inning to deliver a win to the Indians. Finally getting a chance to play against right-handed pitching, Luplow is hitting .229 with six homers, eight runs, and 14 RBI in 48 at-bats.