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2023 91.8 2 2 1 .500
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  • Angels' Cole Tucker: Playing time trending down

    Tucker is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Astros, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Tucker made five consecutive starts at third base from May 5 through 9, but with the Angels having since acquired Luis Guillorme and returned Luis Rengifo from the injured list, Tucker's playing time has become more sparse. He's on the bench for the ninth time in the Angels' last 12 games, with two of his starts during that stretch coming in left field.
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  • Angels' Cole Tucker: Nabs fourth consecutive start

    Tucker will start at third base and bat second in Wednesday's game against the Pirates, Erica Weston of Bally Sports West reports. Tucker will be making his fourth consecutive start Wednesday, with all coming at the hot corner. Luis Rengifo (illness) -- who is on the bench for a fifth straight game -- should eventually take over as the preferred option at third base once healthy, but the Angels could make room for the versatile Tucker elsewhere around the diamond or outfield while he remains productive at the plate. Since his April 29 call-up from Triple-A Salt Lake, Tucker has produced a .770 OPS over 21 plate appearances while stealing three bases in four attempts.
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  • Angels' Cole Tucker: Logs two hits, steals base Sunday

    Tucker went 2-for-3 with a a double and a stolen base in Sunday's 4-1 loss to Cleveland. The Angels' offense was stagnant in the contest, but Tucker wasn't at fault -- he was the only player on the team with multiple hits, and he also knocked one of the club's three extra-base hits. The 2014 first-round draft pick added a stolen base in the fifth inning, giving him three thefts in only five games this season. Tucker isn't locked into an everyday role, but he's been productive when given the opportunity, slashing .417/.462/.583 through 13 plate appearances.
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  • Angels' Cole Tucker: Logs another steal

    Tucker went 2-for-4 with a double, a run and a stolen base against Philadelphia in a loss Tuesday. Tucker got his second straight start at DH and was one of only two Angels with multiple hits in the defeat. The veteran swiped a bag in the fifth inning, becoming the second player in team history to notch a stolen base in both of his first two games with the club. Tucker swiped as many as 47 bases in the minors (in 2017), but he hasn't recorded more than 11 thefts in a professional campaign since 2018.
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  • Angels' Cole Tucker: Swipes bag in Angels debut

    Tucker went 1-for-3 with a walk, an RBI and a stolen base in a 6-5 victory versus Philadelphia on Monday. Tucker was called up to the big club Monday afternoon and batted seventh while working as the Angels' DH. The 27-year-old made a tangible impact in his team debut, walking and stealing a base in his first plate appearance, then tying the game with a run-scoring single in the sixth inning. It's unclear how often Tucker will be in the lineup since he doesn't have an obvious path to everyday playing time.
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  • Angels' Cole Tucker: Moves up to big club

    The Angels selected Tucker's contract Monday. After being let go by the Mariners in spring training, Tucker caught on with the Angels on a minor-league contract April 10. The 27-year-old played well with Triple-A Salt Lake, slashing .333/.462/.500 with two doubles, one home run and five RBI while drawing eight walks over 40 plate appearances in the minors. To make room for Tucker, the Angels designated Aaron Hicks for assignment. Tucker will see major-league action immediately, as he's starting at DH and batting seventh against Phillies southpaw Cristopher Sanchez for Monday's contest, per Erica Weston of Bally Sports West.
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  • Cole Tucker: Cut by Seattle

    Tucker was released by the Mariners on Monday, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports. Tucker had been reassigned to minor-league camp last week and now might have exercised an opt-out clause in his contract. The 27-year-old utility player will now be on the lookout for a new organization.
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  • Mariners' Cole Tucker: Cut by Seattle

    The Mariners reassigned Tucker to minor-league camp Wednesday. Tucker reached base six times in 14 plate appearances in Cactus League play, but his underwhelming track record at the big-league level likely carried more weight in the Mariners' decision to cut him. The 27-year-old utility player is likely to begin the 2024 campaign with Triple-A Tacoma.
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  • Mariners' Cole Tucker: Joins Seattle on MiLB deal

    Tucker signed a minor-league contract with the Mariners on Sunday and has been invited to major-league spring training, Bob Nightengale of USA Today reports. Tucker appeared in five games for the Rockies last season and spent most of the campaign with their Triple-A affiliate. He had a .280/.391/.407 slash line with five homers and seven steals in 70 games and will serve as organizational outfield depth for Seattle.
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  • Cole Tucker: Becomes free agent

    Tucker elected to become a free agent Tuesday. Tucker was pushed off the 40-man roster in Colorado two different times this season and will now get an early start to free agency. The 27-year-old holds a rough .216/.266/.318 batting line in 479 career major-league plate appearances.
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  • Rockies' Cole Tucker: Outrighted to Triple-A

    Tucker cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Albuquerque on Thursday. The Rockies have now designated Tucker for assignment and outrighted him to the minors twice this season. The 27-year-old infielder has logged just 10 plate appearances at the big-league level in 2023.
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  • Rockies' Cole Tucker: Removed from 40-man roster

    Tucker was designated for assignment Monday, Patrick Lyons of TheDNVR.com reports. Tucker was removed from Colorado's 40-man roster in mid-August, and after being called up a little less than a week ago, he was dropped once more. It remains to be seen if he will head to Triple-A Albuquerque again or look for work with another organization.
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  • Rockies' Cole Tucker: Selected from Triple-A

    Colorado selected Tucker's contract from Triple-A Albuquerque on Tuesday. Tucker was designated for assignment by the Rockies last month, but he remained with the organization after passing through waivers unclaimed and will get another major-league opportunity as Michael Toglia heads to the farm.
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  • Rockies' Cole Tucker: Designated for assignment

    Tucker was designated for assignment by the Rockies on Monday, Kelsey Wingert-Linch of AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain reports. This move clears out a roster spot for Charlie Blackmon (hand) as he returns from the injured list ahead of Monday's series opener against the Diamondbacks. Tucker had three singles in eight plate appearances during his week-long stay with the Rockies.
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  • Rockies' Cole Tucker: Joins big club

    Tucker's contract was selected from Triple-A Albuquerque on Monday, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports. Tucker is not in lineup Monday versus the Brewers, but the 27-year-old switch hitter will provide some defensive versatility off the bench. He started 24 games in center field, 17 games at second base, 13 games in right field and another handful of games at first base and in left field. A former prospect of note last decade when he was in the Pirates' organization, Tucker hit .311/.419/.459 with five home runs and seven steals in 58 games in the Pacific Coast League.
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  • Rockies' Cole Tucker: Misses out on season-opening roster

    The Rockies reassigned Tucker to minor-league camp Wednesday. Tucker's bid for a spot on the Rockies' Opening Day roster as a utility man fell short after he slashed .194/.293/.361 over 18 Cactus League games. He's expected to begin the season at Triple-A Albuquerque.
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  • Rockies' Cole Tucker: Catches on with Colorado

    Tucker agreed Wednesday with the Rockies on a minor-league contract that includes an invitation to big-league spring training, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports. Tucker will move on to the third organization of his career after previous stops with Pittsburgh and Arizona. He elected free agency this offseason after the Diamondbacks previously cast him off their 40-man roster in July. The 26-year-old utility man finished this past season at Triple-A Reno, where he slashed .237/.297/.325 with two home runs and four stolen bases over 128 plate appearances.
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  • Diamondbacks' Cole Tucker: Dumped from 40-man roster

    Tucker was outrighted off the Diamondbacks' 40-man roster Thursday and sent to Triple-A Reno. The 26-year-old was claimed off waivers by Arizona in early June and has spent the past month at Triple-A. Tucker hit .235/.297/.296 with a home run, nine RBI and four stolen bases in 22 games for Reno, so the Diamondbacks opted to remove him from the 40-man roster.
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  • Diamondbacks' Cole Tucker: Claimed by Arizona

    Tucker was claimed off waivers by the Diamondbacks on Sunday, Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Tucker was once a very promising prospect for the Pirates, but he is a career .211/.259/.314 hitter in 469 plate appearances, so he was recently designated for assignment. Tucker will presumably report to Triple-A Reno.
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  • Pirates' Cole Tucker: Gives up switch-hitting, on bench

    Tucker isn't starting Wednesday's game against the Dodgers. Tucker has gone 3-for-14 with a double, a run, an RBI and four strikeouts over the last four games, and he'll be on the bench for the second time in the last three matchups. According to Jerry DiPaola of TribLive.com, Tucker revealed Tuesday that he will abandon switch-hitting and bat exclusively from the left side moving forward, which he believes will give him the best chance at finding consistent success at the plate. For the moment, he appears to have the edge on a strong-side platoon role at second base, though he'll cede the keystone to fellow lefty hitter Josh VanMeter on Wednesday as the Pirates oppose Dodgers right-hander Ryan Pepiot.
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