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Mike Yastrzemski went a combined 2-for-6 with a double and two-run home run in the Giants double header against the Padres on Friday.
Yaz did all his damage in Game 1 when he doubled and smacked his 10th home run of the year, a two-run shot off Chris Paddack, in the fourth inning. He went 0-for-3 in the second game with a pair of strikeouts. Yastrzemski has put together an impressive season in San Francisco with a .285 batting average and a .952 OPS with ten home runs and 35 RBI across 186 at-bats.
Giants manager Gabe Kapler says Mike Yastrzemski (calf) will be available to pinch-hit on Thursday if needed.
Yastrzemski was aiming to return to the lineup by Wednesday but that never happened. It's a frustrating development for fantasy owners who rolled the dice on starting him in a weekly league. Yaz reportedly ran the bases on Thursday morning, which went well.
Mike Yastrzemski (calf) could be available off the bench on Wednesday against the Rockies.
"Yaz" was aiming to return in full on either Tuesday or Wednesday, but it now sounds as if he won't be in the lineup until Thursday. It's a killer for those who rolled the dice and started him in weekly lineup leagues this week. Still, the good news is that Yastrzemski is close to full health and could even pinch hit today.
Mike Yastrzemski (calf) played catch and hit off a tee on Monday.
Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports that Yastrzemski is aiming to get into the lineup on either Tuesday or Wednesday. He suffered a calf strain during last Friday's game but should return shortly.
Giants OF Mike Yastrzemski is day-to-day with a mild calf strain.
Yaz left Thursday's game with the injury. This should be considered pretty good news, however, and the breakout slugger should only wind up missing a couple of games.