1B,3B,DH - TB
Yandy Diaz had a solid performance in Friday's loss to the Blue Jays, going 2-for-2 at the plate with a home run, two RBI, and a run scored.
Despite the strong outing, the Rays couldn't overcome the offensive onslaught from Toronto. Diaz's season-long stats continue to impress, with a .330 batting average, 22 home runs, and 78 RBI in 136 games played. His ability to consistently get on base and provide power makes him a valuable asset in fantasy baseball leagues heading into next season.
Yandy Diaz exited Sunday’s game early with an apparent leg injury.
Diaz was removed from the game after tweaking something in his leg while running down the first base line. Diaz will have the Rays off day Monday to try and heal up before the series opener with the Red Sox Tuesday.
Yandy Diaz left Tuesday's game early with a testicular contusion.
That hurts just to read. Diaz will likely be sidelined for at least a few days as a result. It remains to be seen if he will need a trip on the injured list or not.
Yandy Diaz is back in the lineup for the Tampa Bay Rays against the Boston Red Sox Tuesday.
Diaz returns after sitting out the series opener for general rest Monday, batting leadoff and starting at first base for manager Kevin Cash against the Red Sox Tuesday.
Yandy Diaz is missing from the lineup for the Tampa Bay Rays against the Boston Red Sox Monday.
Diaz will sit out for regular rest purposes, with Jonathan Aranda batting sixth and starting at first base for manager Kevin Cash against the Red Sox Monday.