2B,LF - SD
Jurickson Profar went 1-3 with a single, two walks, and an RBI on Tuesday.
Profar continues to play a super utility role for the Padres early in the season. Profar has now played 1B, LF, RF, and 2B for the Padres through twelve games. Profar has posted solid numbers at the plate so far in 2021, slashing .278/.378/.333. Profar's playing time may dip when Fernando Tatis Jr. returns, but his defensive versatility should keep him in the lineup at least a couple times a week.
Jurickson Profar went 2-3 with a walk in the Padres' loss to the Diamondbacks on Sunday.
Profar went 3-7 in the series against the Diamondbacks. With Trent Grisham likely coming off the IL on Thursday, Profar may see a decrease in playing time. Profar will still be used in a super-utility role by the Padres, but he likely won't have an every day spot in the lineup.
Jurickson Profar (groin) will bat second and play left field in Thursday’s game against Cleveland.
Profar arrived late for Spring Training due to visa issues. He missed the last four days of spring due to a minor groin strain. Profar is back in action and expected to be all systems go for Opening Day.
After initially having visa issues in Curacao, Jurickson Profar made it to the United States. He should be at practice tomorrow.
In the month of February, Jurickson Profar has an NFBC ADP of 252. He's a hard fade at this point given his likely utility role and unexciting skills.
Jurickson Profar has not yet arrived at camp. Manager Jayce Tingler is citing a 'visa issue' for delaying Profar's arrival.
Tingler noted that Profar should join the Padres by this weekend, so this delay isn't shaping up to be too long. Profar batted .278 with seven homers and seven steals in 56 games in 2020. He's projected to compete for a starting outfield spot and utility infield role for the Padres heading into the regular season.