1B - MIA
Marlins first baseman/designated hitter Yuli Gurriel is on the bench Monday night versus the Phillies.
Gurriel collected a pair of singles, an RBI, and a run scored in Sunday's 8-6 win over the Tigers but will be on the bench for Monday's series opener against the Phillies. The veteran hasn't had his best season in 2023, hitting .268 with three homers, four steals, and a .713 OPS across 68 appearances.
Miami Marlins first baseman Yuli Gurriel is out of the lineup Tuesday versus the Rays.
Gurriel collected an RBI and struck out in Sunday's series finale against the Rockies but will kick off a series with the Rays as a spectator. The veteran has fallen below the league average at the plate this season, hitting .260 with just three homers and a 92 wRC+ across 64 appearances on the campaign.
Yuli Gurriel is back in the Marlins starting lineup on Saturday against the Braves.
Gurriel missed the past couple of games after taking a ground ball to the face before Thursday's game. He is back at first base and hitting No. 6 in the lineup for Miami.
Yuli Gurriel was scratched from Thursday's lineup against the Red Sox after taking a ball to the nose getting early work at first base.
Gurriel joins Garrett Cooper as two players scratched from the lineup for Miami. Luis Arraez is now playing first base with Jon Berti moving to second base and Jean Segura playing third base.
Marlins first baseman Yuli Gurriel is not in the starting lineup Tuesday against the Royals.
The elder Gurriel went 0-for-4 with a run scored in Monday's series opener but has still been productive in his first season in South Florida. The former Astro is hitting .283 with three homers, three stolen bases, and a .770 OPs across 161 trips to the plate.