SS - MIN - MiLB
The Red Sox sent INF Tzu-Wei Lin outright to Triple-A.
Lin was just 8-for-52 with Boston this year. He's off the 40-man roster but will stick around as depth moving forward.
Tzu-Wei Lin went 0-for-3 on Sunday vs the Athletics. He lined out to the shortstop, fouled out to the catcher, and struck out swinging.
Lin started off hot for the Red Sox, but has gone hitless in his last three games played. With Bogaerts set to return from the disabled list next week, it is all but certain that Lin will be sent back down to the minors. He was inconsistent at the plate, but was a phenomenal defender. Don't be surprised if Lin gets called back up later in the season.
Tzu-Wei Lin went 0-for-3 on Wednesday night vs the Angels. He drew a walk, grounded out to the first baseman, and had a pair of strike outs.
Lin got the start at shortstop on Wednesday night and couldn't capitalize like he had in previous games. You can't expect to produce every game, so chalk this up as an expected dud. Lin still has potential to be productive and should be used as a cheap DFS play when he gets the chance to play.
Tzu-Wei Lin went 2-for-4 on Sunday vs the Orioles. He hit a double, a single, and also drove in a run.
Lin has been on fire since getting a chance to play with the Red Sox. He had his third consecutive multi-hit game, and has hit .500 for the club. Unlike other games, Lin displayed some power on Sunday, as he rocketed an RBI ground rule double and almost hit a home run, but the ball died down in the heavy winds. Still, Lin has earned himself more playing time going forward and should be on the DFS radars.
Tzu-Wei Lin went 2-for-4 on Saturday vs the Orioles. He lined a pair of singles and scored a run.
Lin received another start at shortstop and produced his second straight multi-hit game. He produced last year when he was called up in June, and so far this year he's doing the same thing. While Bogaerts is still sidelined, Lin should continue to see playing time, and would be a smart cheap option for DFS.