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Jul 21, 2024 2 0 0 2 4.5
Jul 19, 2024 0 0 0 0 1
Jul 14, 2024 0 0 0 0 -1
Jul 12, 2024 0 0 0 0 0.5
Jul 9, 2024 1 1 1 2

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2024 992.3 16 11 29 8 .219
2023 1351.5 24 10 34 14 .236
2022 1331.6 27 10 31 12 .227
3y Avg. 1261.6 24 10 31 14 .217
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Resting Saturday

    Higashioka isn't in the Padres' lineup for Saturday's game against Cleveland. Higashioka went 0-for-2 with a walk during Friday's loss, and he'll now get a day to regroup after being held hitless in each of his last three games. Luis Campusano will take over behind the plate and bat ninth.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: On bench Wednesday

    Higashioka is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Mariners. Though he's on the bench Wednesday, Higashioka looks to have moved ahead of both Luis Campusano and Brett Sullivan in the pecking order at catcher. Higashioka had already been seeing the majority of the starts behind the plate over Sullivan while Campusano was on the injured list, but since being activated Friday, Campusano has cracked the lineup just once in five games. Meanwhile, Higashioka has continued to rake at the plate to make a case for the lion's share of the playing time at catcher. Dating back to June 22, Higashioka has slashed .342/.375/.842 with six home runs, 17 RBI and eight runs over a stretch of 11 games.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Two-run homer Tuesday

    Higashioka went 1-for-2 with a two-run homer and a walk in Tuesday's loss to the Mariners. Higashioka tacked on a two-run blast in the eighth to cut the deficit to 7-3 for his only hit of the evening. Though he's not an everyday player, Higashioka has been swinging the bat well when in the lineup of late, slashing .342/.375/.842 with six homers, 17 RBI and eight runs scored in 40 plate appearances over his last 11 games. He'll continue to split time behind the dish with Luis Campusano despite Higashioka currently swinging a much hotter bat.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Retreating to bench Sunday

    Higashioka is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks. Though Luis Campusano was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Friday, Higashioka started behind the plate in the Padres' first two games of the series against Arizona. Higashioka will take a seat for Sunday's day game, but his usage earlier in the week could indicate that he'll retain the No. 1 job ahead of Campusano, even though the latter player is now healthy. Over his last 12 games, Higashioka has hit .310 with seven extra-base hits (five home runs, one triple, one double) and three walks.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Knocks 10th homer

    Higashioka went 3-for-4 with a home run and three RBI in Friday's 10-8 win over the Diamondbacks. Higashioka has launched five of his 10 homers this season over his last nine games. He went deep in the sixth inning of this contest to stretch the Padres' lead to 7-2. The catcher is at a .220/.254/.541 slash line with 25 RBI, 15 runs scored, three doubles and a triple over 114 plate appearances. Higashioka's playing time is likely to decrease with Luis Campusano (thumb) getting activated from the injured list Friday, but the former played well enough in the latter's absence to justify a timeshare role behind the dish.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Getting breather Saturday

    Higashioka isn't in the Padres' lineup for Saturday's game against Boston. The Padres will give Higashioka a day off Saturday after he belted a two-run homer during Friday's win. In his place, Brett Sullivan will start behind the dish and bat eighth.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Adds to huge June

    Higashioka went 1-for-3 with a walk and a two-run home run in Friday's 9-2 win over the Red Sox. All nine of the Padres' runs came in an incredible fifth inning that saw them bat around before recording an out, and Higashioka got the offensive eruption started by crushing a Nick Pivetta sweeper over the Green Monster. The veteran backstop is having the best month of his career in June, batting .292 (14-for-48) over 16 games with an eye-popping eight homers and 19 RBI -- his career high in homers for a season is only 10. Luis Campusano (thumb) is expected back off the IL in early July, but he will have a hard time wresting significant playing time back from Higashioka given the latter's current form.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Racks up two homers, six RBI

    Higashioka went 3-for-4 with two home runs and six RBI in Wednesday's 8-5 win against the Nationals. Higashioka drove in all but two of San Diego's eight runs. He swatted a two-run homer to kick off the scoring in the second inning and capped his offensive outburst with a grand slam in the eighth. The grand slam was the first of Higashioka's career, while the multi-homer effort was his fifth as a big leaguer. He's hitting only .207 on the season but has otherwise provided good production with eight homers and 20 RBI in 32 games.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Getting Sunday off

    Higashioka isn't in the Padres' lineup for Sunday's game against the Brewers. After hitting a two-run home run en route to a win Saturday, Higashioka will take a seat for Sunday's series finale while Brett Sullivan gets the nod behind home plate.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Knocks homer Saturday

    Higashioka went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run in Saturday's 6-4 win against the Brewers. Higashioka delivered what turned out to be a key long ball in the seventh inning, belting a two-run blast to left field. It was the catcher's fifth homer through 12 games in June after he went deep just once over 17 contests prior to the start of the month. The hot stretch has helped Higashioka earn more playing time, and he's slated to take over primary catching duties for San Diego for at least 10 days due to Luis Campusano (thumb) landing on the injured list Saturday.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Knocks in three runs Wednesday

    Higashioka went 1-for-4 with a triple and three RBI in a 5-2 win against Philadelphia on Wednesday. Higashioka's bases-loaded triple in the eighth inning provided the winning margin for San Diego in the road victory. It was the first three-bagger of the catcher's career. Higashioka has just one hit over his past 12 at-bats, but prior to that he homered in three straight games, and he has racked up seven RBI through 10 games in June.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Keeps up power surge

    Higashioka went 2-for-5 with a solo home run and an additional run scored in Saturday's 13-1 win over the Diamondbacks. Higashioka has hit three homers over four games in June. His increased success at the plate has seen him split the starts at catcher with Luis Campusano, who should still be considered the Padres' primary backstop. Through 62 plate appearances this year, Higashioka is slashing .180/.194/.410 with four long balls, six RBI and six runs scored. His OPS was as low as .377 on May 26, but it's up to .604 now thanks to his increased display of power.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Launches third homer

    Higashioka went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Diamondbacks. Higashioka got the Padres on the board in the fifth inning with his solo shot. This was his second homer over three games in June after he hit just one long ball over the first two months of the season. The backup catcher is at a .161/.175/.357 slash line with five RBI, four runs scored and two doubles across 57 plate appearances. Higashioka is unlikely to see much playing time as long as Luis Campusano is healthy.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Homers for first hit of 2024

    Higashioka went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Wednesday's win over the Cardinals. Higashioka made his second start of the campaign -- filling in for Luis Campusano, who got the night off -- and delivered his first long ball of the season. The homer was his first hit after he went 0-for-4 in his first game of the season. Considering Campusano has a clear hold on catcher duties, Higashioka should generally remain outside of fantasy consideration.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Draws rare start Wednesday

    Higashioka will start at catcher and bat ninth in Wednesday's game against the Cardinals. Higashioka will pick up just his second start through the Padres' first nine contests of the season while Luis Campusano rests for the day game after he played all nine innings behind the dish in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Cardinals. Assuming health prevails, Campusano looks primed to shoulder one of the heavier workloads among No. 1 catchers in baseball this season, so Higashioka's opportunities are expected to remain infrequent.
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  • Padres' Kyle Higashioka: Reaches deal with new team

    Higashioka signed a one-year contract with the Padres on Thursday, avoiding arbitration. Higashioka joined the Padres as part of the trade that sent Juan Soto to the Yankees in December. Higashioka slashed .236/.274/.413 with 34 RBI across 242 plate appearances last season, and he seems destined for a backup role behind Luis Campusano with the Padres.
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  • Yankees' Kyle Higashioka: Moves into reserve role

    Higashioka is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Astros. Higashioka and Ben Rortvedt had largely been operating in a timeshare at catcher since the All-Star break, but both backstops are likely to see their opportunities take hits down the stretch after the Yankees called up catching prospect Austin Wells from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Friday. Wells is making his third straight start behind the dish Sunday and should see the majority of the starts at catcher for the rest of the season.
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  • Yankees' Kyle Higashioka: Not in lineup Wednesday

    Higashioka is out of the lineup Wednesday at Detroit. Higashioka slugged a solo home run in the Yankees' defeat of the Tigers on Tuesday, but he'll take a seat Wednesday as Ben Rortvedt handles the catching duties for New York. Higashioka had made three straight starts behind the plate.
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  • Yankees' Kyle Higashioka: Swats another homer

    Higashioka went 1-for-4 with a solo home run Tuesday in a 4-2 win against the Tigers. HIgashioka accounted for New York's second run of the contest with his fifth-inning solo homer. The long ball was the second in three games for the backstop and his third over his past seven contests, though all have been solo shots. With Ben Rortvedt slashing a measly .122/.246/.265 on the campaign, Higashioka has settled into the primary catcher role for the Yankees, starting each of the team's past three games.
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  • Yankees' Kyle Higashioka: Swats homer Sunday

    Higashioka went 1-for-2 with a solo home run and a walk in Sunday's loss to Boston. Higashioka got the start behind the dish and put the Yankees on the board with his third-inning, game-tying solo shot. The Yankees don't seem to have committed to either Higashioka or Ben Rortvedt as their primary catcher, as they've both seen spurts of starts followed by consecutive contests on the bench recently. Between the pair, Higashioka is putting up better offensive numbers in August, slashing .250/.323/.464 with two homers and seven RBI compared to Rortvedt's .077/.200/.192 slash that includes one homer and just one RBI.
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