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Aledmys Diaz's first season with the A's was a forgettable one, as he posted a career-worst .617 OPS in 109 games. He hit just four home runs with 24 RBI, 25 runs and one stolen base, though he did play at all four infield positions plus the outfield. However, his only positions with at least 15 appearances were shortstop and third base, so depending on the league he may only have dual-position eligibility. Even with a rebound toward his career .261/.314/.429 slash line, Diaz has a low fantasy ceiling with the offense around him unlikely to provide many opportunities for run production. He's also not guaranteed playing time, with the A's likely only hoping he turns things around in order to flip him at the trade deadline.

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2024 3.50.3 2 1 1 .103
2023 1481.4 25 4 24 17 1 .229
2022 190.52.1 35 12 38 18 1 .243
3y Avg. 1741.8 29 8 36 17 1 .243
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  • Astros' Aledmys Diaz: Latches on with Houston

    Diaz signed a minor-league contract with the Astros on Saturday, Chandler Rome of The Athletic reports. Diaz was let go by the A's last week after posting a .236 OPS in 30 major-league plate appearances, but he'll now receive another opportunity with the Astros. He'll report to the team's complex in Florida in order to work on his mechanics before likely moving to Triple-A Sugar Land to fill in as organizational depth.
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  • Aledmys Diaz: Cut by A's

    The Athletics released Diaz on Saturday. After being designated for assignment Tuesday, Diaz will now enter the open market and attempt to latch on with another organization -- likely on a minor-league contract. The 33-year-old posted a lowly .236 OPS in 30 plate appearances while in Oakland this year, and he is unlikely to have much of an impact in the majors at this stage in his career.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Jettisoned by Oakland

    The Athletics designated Diaz for assignment Tuesday. Diaz has gone just 3-for-29 in 12 games with the A's this season, and his poor performance has now officially caused him to lose his 40-man roster spot. The 33-year-old owns just a .621 OPS over 32 plate appearances in the minors this season, making it likely he passes through waivers unclaimed. Brett Harris was recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas in a corresponding move.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Sees time at hot corner Thursday

    Diaz drew a start at third base in Thursday's loss to the Royals, going 1-for-2 before being lifted for a pinch hitter in the seventh inning. The veteran drew only his fifth start of June and delivered his third hit of the season across 24 plate appearances. Diaz began the month logging what was a third straight start at the time, but his sparse playing time since and advanced age may imply he's not much longer for the roster of an Athletics team that will increasingly focus on developing young players as the remainder of the season unfolds.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Gets rare playing time Sunday

    Diaz started at second base in Sunday's extra-inning loss to the Blue Jays and went 1-for-4 with a run. Diaz drew his first start since June 1 and his fourth overall since being activated from the injured list May 28. The veteran's single was only his second hit in that span, and Diaz figures to continue seeing sporadic playing time moving forward as long as Zack Gelof and Max Schuemann are healthy in the middle infield.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Activated from IL

    Diaz (calf) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list Tuesday. Diaz has missed the first two months of the 2024 campaign with a strained right calf he sustained in early March. He appeared in 10 games at Triple-A during his rehab assignment and slashed .154/.313/.308 with six walks and five strikeouts in 32 plate appearances. He figures to compete with Max Schuemann and Abraham Toro for work at shortstop and third base.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Time off after back-to-back games

    Diaz (calf) appeared in back-to-back rehab games with Triple-A Las Vegas on Friday and Saturday before receiving Sunday off. Diaz played seven innings at third base in Friday's game against El Paso before walking in his only plate appearance as the designated hitter Saturday. There's been no report of an aggravation of the injury to explain why Diaz was in the game for such a brief time Saturday, and he was then out of the lineup Sunday before the team's off day Monday. The Aviators also saw their scheduled game against Triple-A Tacoma on Tuesday postponed due to rain, so Diaz will have had some extra rest if he does return to the lineup for the Aviators on Wednesday.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Five innings on defense Tuesday

    Diaz (calf) started at third base and played five innings in Triple-A Las Vegas' win over El Paso on Tuesday, going 1-for-3 with an RBI single. Diaz picked up the first hit of his three-game rehab stint on his final at-bat of the evening, and he took another step in the right direction by logging five frames on defense for the second straight game. The veteran is likely to continue taking a day off between appearances for the moment as his ramp-up following a long layoff continues.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Plays first two rehab games

    Diaz (calf) went 0-for-3 with two walks over his first two rehab games with Triple-A Las Vegas on Friday and Sunday. Diaz has yet to play a full game, but he did take a trio of plate appearances as the designated hitter when kicking off the rehab assignment Friday. He then progressed to playing defense Sunday, logging five innings at third base in the win over Round Rock. Diaz will probably continue to be given a day off between games for the time being given his age and the length of time it's taken for him to be able to return to game action.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Starting rehab assignment

    Diaz (calf) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Las Vegas this weekend, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Diaz ran the bases Wednesday, which was the final hurdle he needed to clear before playing in games. He's on the 60-day injured list and won't be eligible for activation until late May, so Diaz will be in store for an extended rehab assignment.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Runs bases Wednesday

    Diaz (calf) ran the bases at Oakland Coliseum on Wednesday, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Diaz has been out since late February, first with a groin injury and more recently a calf strain. That he's been cleared to run the bases signals that he shouldn't be too far off from a rehab assignment. Diaz is on the 60-day injured list, so he won't be eligible for activation until late May.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Resumes hitting

    Diaz (calf) has resumed taking batting practice but is not yet running the bases, MLB.com reports. The veteran began a light running program in mid-April, but as this latest report indicates, he hasn't progressed to carrying it out fully just yet. The fact Diaz is back to swinging a bat is certainly a positive, however, yet he appears to be at least a month away from his season debut given the expected length of the rehab assignment he'll require.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Starts running program

    Diaz (calf) has begun a running program as part of his rehabilitation process, the Associated Press reports. The veteran infielder opened the season on the 60-day injured list, so he's seemingly only in the nascent stages of his ramp-up process. Diaz could eventually require a rehab assignment of maximum length whenever he's deemed ready to test himself in game action, given how long he's been sidelined.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Opens season on 60-day IL

    The Athletics placed Diaz on the 60-day injured list Thursday with a right calf strain. Diaz was able to resume light baseball activities at the tail end of spring training and is set to begin jogging this week, but he's not close to being ready for game action. Diaz should be on track to return when he's first eligible to come off the IL in late May and serve as a utility player for Oakland.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Still limited in activity

    Diaz (calf) remains limited in his baseball activities and is still without a timetable for return, Jason Burke of SI.com reports. Diaz figures to need a rehab assignment of fairly lengthy duration whenever he is ready to begin ramping up, considering the calf strain he's currently dealing with occurred while rehabbing a groin strain. The combination of the two injuries adds up to nearly a month, and counting, of absences from game action, and Diaz appears to still be multiple weeks away from stepping back into a batter's box.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: IL stint expected

    Athletics manager Mark Kotsay said Monday that Diaz (calf) is likely to begin the season on the injured list, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Diaz suffered a calf strain while rehabbing from a groin strain last week and won't be ready to resume a running program until later this week. He won't have enough time to fully ramp up ahead of Opening Day, even if he avoids another setback. In addition to the injury, Diaz's playing-time outlook also took a hit with the Athletics' recent addition of J.D. Davis.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Suffers calf strain

    Diaz (groin) suffered a calf strain recently while running the bases, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Diaz has been rehabbing a groin strain and now has a new injury to deal with. He's played just two Cactus League games to this point and can now probably be ruled out for the rest of the spring, with a stint on the injured list to begin the season likely. Once healthy, Diaz is expected to be in the mix primarily at third base and shortstop.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: May take minor-league at-bats

    Diaz (groin) continues to ramp up baseball activities and could take minor-league at-bats this coming week, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Diaz has been progressively building back up from the groin strain he sustained before a Feb. 28 Cactus League game. If he's indeed able to begin logging at-bats again at minor-league camp in the next few days, his chances of being ready for Opening Day on March 28 would seemingly increase.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: Cleared for baseball activities

    Athletics manager Mark Kotsay said Wednesday that Diaz (groin) has been cleared to resume baseball activities, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Diaz was diagnosed with a left groin strain Feb. 29 and will face an uphill battle to get fully healthy in advance of Opening Day, but the fact that he's taking part in baseball activities just one week after suffering the injury at least bodes well for his chances of avoiding an extended absence to begin the season. He remains without a definitive timeline to re-enter the Athletics' Cactus League lineup, however.
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  • Athletics' Aledmys Diaz: IL stint looking likely

    Athletics manager Mark Kotsay said Friday that it would be "optimistic" to think Diaz (groin) could return before the end of the Cactus League schedule, MLB.com reports. Diaz is dealing with a strained left groin and is expected to miss at least the next 2-to-3 weeks of action. Barring a rapid recovery, it sounds like an injured list stint should be expected. Diaz is competing for Oakland's third base job, but his injury opens up more chances for Darell Hernaiz, Jordan Diaz and Brett Harris.
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