CF,RF - SEA
Kyle Lewis went 0-for-3 with one walk and one strikeout in the Mariners 1-0 loss Tuesday against the Dodgers.
Lewis drew a walk in his first at-bat of the season Tuesday. It sounds like the Mariners are not going to have him play every game this early in the season as he works his way back into getting in the full swing of everything, so look for Lewis to see some days off coming up.
Kyle Lewis has been activated from the 10-day IL.
Lewis had ugly splits last season, batting .368/.456/.585 in the first half and .150/.265/.280 in the second half. He also saw his K% skyrocket from 22.4% to 36.8% half-over-half. Managers can temper their expectations for Lewis immediately following his activation.
Kyle Lewis (knee), who has not played this season, is expected to make his debut on Tuesday.
Lewis, the 2020 AL Rookie of the Year, has missed time with a bone bruise. His return could mean the end of the Taylor Trammell experiment for now. Trammell played Center Field for the Mariners while Lewis was out but looks overmatched, striking out in 42.6% of at-bats.
Mariners manager Scott Servais is "pretty confident" that Kyle Lewis (knee) will make his season debut on Monday or Tuesday.
Lewis has been dealing with a bone bruise in his knee. Hopefully he's activated on Monday so that fantasy managers can feel confident starting him in weekly lineup leagues.
Seattle Mariners centerfielder Kyle Lewis, who's on the IL with a deep bone bruise in his knee, is expected to come off the injured list and rejoin the team during their next homestand next week, per general manager Jerry Dipoto.
Lewis has been progressing with cage work and was on track to return early next week before Dipoto confirmed it on the radio on Thursday. The reigning AL Rookie of The Year should make his anticipated season-debut against the Dodgers early next week.