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After being limited to 96 games in 2022, Tyler O'Neill's stated goal last offseason was to tailor his workouts to prevent future injury. It didn't work, as O'Neill played just 72 contests in 2023 due to back, knee and foot problems. When on the field, the 28-year-old's production sagged to just a .715 OPS and nine homers in 266 plate appearances. O'Neill's plate discipline actually trended in a positive direction for the second straight year, but his quality of contact also dropped off again so perhaps he's best off returning to the ultra aggressiveness he displayed during his breakout 2021 campaign. He was traded to Boston this offseason, which not only signals a more secure role but a major upgrade in home park factors. Durability remains a significant concern, but he should produce for fantasy managers while healthy.

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2024 66.54.4 14 7 8 11 1 .313
2023 148.52.1 27 9 21 28 5 .231
2022 259.52.7 56 14 58 38 14 .228
3y Avg. 279.52.7 57 19 53 35 11 .256
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Likely to return Tuesday

    O'Neill (concussion) is expected to be activated from the 7-day injured list ahead of Tuesday's game at Cleveland, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. It appears the 27-year-old outfielder will spend the 7-day minimum on the concussion IL following his collision with Rafael Devers. O'Neill has been one of the best hitters in baseball early this season with seven homers and a 1.209 OPS in 15 games.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Hopes to return when eligible

    O'Neill (concussion) will travel with the Red Sox to Pittsburgh this weekend and hopes to be activated when first eligible Tuesday, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports. O'Neill confirmed that he has a concussion as a result of his collision with Rafael Devers on Monday, but he's feeling better and is aiming for a minimum absence. It's too soon to count on that, of course, given the uncertain nature of concussions. O'Neill is third in baseball with seven home runs this season.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Goes on 7-day IL

    Boston placed O'Neill on the 7-day concussion injured list Thursday. O'Neill collided with teammate Rafael Devers in Monday's 6-0 loss to the Guardians, and while he cleared initial concussion protocol, he's now been diagnosed with a mild concussion, per Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican. O'Neill also required stitches for a laceration on his forehead. He will be eligible to return from the IL next Tuesday. Rob Refsnyder (toe) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list to take O'Neill's spot on the 26-man active roster.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Out again Thursday

    O'Neill (forehead) remains out of the lineup for Thursday's contest versus the Guardians, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports. O'Neill is still on the mend after needing stitches for a forehead laceration that he suffered during a collision with teammate Rafael Devers on Monday. The good news is that he's cleared concussion protocol and he could be back in the lineup as soon as Friday in Pittsburgh. Jarren Duran and Wilyer Abreu are in the corner outfield spots for the Red Sox on Thursday.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Not expected back Thursday

    O'Neill (forehead) is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Guardians and is considered unlikely to be available for Thursday's series finale, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports. O'Neill was removed from Monday's 6-0 loss to Cleveland after a collision in the outfield with teammate Rafael Devers and was fortunate to avoid a concussion, but he suffered a cut on his forehead and needed eight stitches to seal his wound. Though manager Alex Cora expressed confidence Tuesday that O'Neill would be ready to play by Thursday, the outfielder isn't yet taking part in baseball activities on the field, so the Red Sox are expected to play it safe with him for another day. On a positive note, O'Neill hasn't been shut down from physical activity entirely, as he's been able to work out on his own.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Clears concussion protocol

    Red Sox manager Alex Cora said O'Neill (head) cleared the concussion protocol and will sit Tuesday and Wednesday against the Guardians before potentially rejoining the lineup in Thursday's series finale, Mac Cerullo of the Boston Herald reports. O'Neill received eight stitches above his left eye after a collision with Rafael Devers on Monday, but the outfielder thankfully appears to have avoided a concussion. O'Neill will take a couple days to recover from the incident but should return to action for the series finale.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Sitting Tuesday

    O'Neill (head) is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Guardians, Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican reports. The 28-year-old is going through the concussion protocol after colliding in the outfield with Rafael Devers on Monday, and O'Neill will sit at least one game as he continues to be evaluated. He received eight stitches above his left eye, and O'Neill should be considered day-to-day until it's determined whether or not a trip to the 7-day injured list is necessary.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: In concussion protocol

    O'Neill received eight stitches above his left eye and will go through concussion protocol after exiting Monday's 6-0 loss to the Guardians following a collision with Rafael Devers in the eighth inning, Mac Cerullo of the Boston Herald reports. O'Neill received the brunt of the collision in the outfield, as the back of Devers' head met O'Neill's face. Red Sox manager Alex Cora expressed hope after the game that O'Neill could avoid the 7-day injured list, but the team will know more after the outfielder is re-evaluated Tuesday.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Exits game following collision

    O'Neill was removed from Monday's game against the Guardians following a collision in the outfield with Rafael Devers, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports. Devers caught a pop-up that ended the top of the seventh inning, but while doing so the back of his head collided with O'Neill's face. Both players were down for a bit, and O'Neill had a cut on his forehead. For what it's worth, O'Neill did appear to give a "thumbs up" gesture as he was walking off the field. He might need stitches, though, and could go through concussion testing. Devers remained in the game.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Keeps mashing

    O'Neill went 2-for-3 with a solo home run during Sunday's 5-4 win over the Angels. O'Neill went back-to-back with Triston Casas in the first inning, launching his seventh home run of the campaign. He's now two long balls away from matching his 2023 total, which he accomplished over 72 games played. Among players averaging at least 3.1 plate appearances per game, O'Neill ranks second in slugging percentage (.761), trailing only Marcell Ozuna.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Homers again

    O'Neill went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 7-1 loss to the Orioles. O'Neill was responsible for the Red Sox's lone run in Tuesday's defeat with a 413-foot solo shot off Corbin Burnes in the first inning. O'Neill has now homered in back-to-back games, giving him a league-leading six long balls early in the campaign. The 28-year-old outfielder has gotten off to a tremendous start in Boston, going 11-for-32 with a 1.394 OPS in his first 10 games after struggling to a .231/.312/.403 slash line with just nine home runs in 238 plate appearances last season with the Cardinals.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Rips two homers

    O'Neill went 3-for-4 with two solo home runs and three runs scored in Friday's win over the Angels. O'Neill opened the game's scoring with a solo shot in the second inning and added an insurance run by going deep again in the ninth. The 28-year-old slugger is enjoying his first season with Boston; he's already knocked four homers with a 5:3 BB:K through seven games. Despite having only two multi-hit games to date, O'Neill is slashing .409/.536/.955.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Absent from Wednesday's lineup

    O'Neill is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game in Oakland. O'Neill had started five of the first six contests for the Red Sox, but he'll take a seat Wednesday against right-hander Ross Stripling. Wilyer Abreu will replace O'Neill and right field and bat ninth.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Launches second homer

    O'Neill started in left field and went 2-for-3 with a solo home run and an additional run scored in Sunday's 5-1 win over the Mariners. O'Neill is off to a strong start with his new team, going 4-for-10 with three walks and two homers. After dealing with a calf injury that limited him to DH duties for the final two weeks of the Grapefruit League, O'Neill played the field -- twice in right field and once in left -- in his first three starts of the season.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Begins Boston tenure with big game

    O'Neill went 1-for-3 with a solo home run, a walk, a stolen base and two total runs in Thursday's 6-4 Opening Day victory against the Mariners. After six seasons with St. Louis, O'Neill started in right field and batted fifth in his Red Sox debut. The 28-year-old displayed both his power and his speed for his new team, swiping second base following a walk in the second inning and capping the scoring in the contest with an eighth-inning solo shot. The blast put O'Neill into the record book, as he became the first player in history to homer in five consecutive Opening Day games. O'Neill certainly has the skill set to be an impactful fantasy asset, but his health is a question mark -- over his final two seasons with the Cardinals, he played in just 168 of a possible 324 regular-season games.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Plays outfield Monday

    O'Neill started in right field and went 1-for-3 with a walk and a solo home run in Monday's exhibition game against Texas. This marked the first time O'Neill played in the outfield since March 14. He had been dealing with a calf issue that limited him to designated hitter prior to Monday. O'Neill told Peter Abraham of The Boston Globe that he's "fine now" and that the club was "just being careful." It's expected that he'll be an everyday component of the lineup, but there are variables to consider. That uncertainty stems from Ceddanne Rafaela making the team as the primary center fielder, which means manager Alex Cora will have to juggle O'Neill, Wilyer Abreu, Jarren Duran and Masataka Yoshida at the corners and DH.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: DH duties for now

    O'Neill started at designated hitter and went 1-for-4 in Saturday's spring game against the Twins. O'Neill, who hasn't played the field since March 14 due to lingering issues with his calf, started at DH in his last three spring games. The Red Sox, however, expect him to be ready for full duty by Opening Day, per Peter Abraham of The Boston Globe. O'Neill is 9-for-30 (.300) with two doubles, one home run, three RBI and seven runs scored over 11 spring games.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Back in lineup Tuesday

    O'Neill (calf) is starting at designated hitter and batting fifth for the Red Sox in Tuesday's contest against the Rays, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports. O'Neill's left calf first tightened up on him nearly two weeks ago and he had to be scratched from the lineup this past Friday when it flared up on him again. However, he's feeling well enough to give it a go Tuesday at DH. The Red Sox will want O'Neill to show he can play the outfield before camp breaks, but it's not clear when he might be ready for that.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Eyeing Tuesday return

    Red Sox manager Alex Cora said he's hopeful for O'Neill (calf) to return to the Grapefruit League lineup Tuesday versus the Rays, Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican reports. Cora acknowledged that if O'Neill isn't ready to play Tuesday, the outfielder's availability for the March 28 season opener versus the Mariners would start to become more of a question mark, but for now, the Red Sox are expecting him to be ready to go for the start of the campaign. If O'Neill doesn't make enough progress in his recovery from the sore left calf, the Red Sox would likely be able to open up everyday roles in the outfield for both Wilyer Abreu and Ceddanne Rafaela alongside Jarren Duran.
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  • Red Sox's Tyler O'Neill: Scratched Friday with tight calf

    O'Neill was scratched from the Red Sox' Grapefruit League lineup Friday due to left calf tightness, Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican reports. O'Neill just returned from a calf injury earlier this week and has evidently had it flare up on him again. He had been slated to serve as Boston's designated hitter Friday, but that slot will now be filled by Nick Yorke. It's not clear at this point whether this setback could jeopardize O'Neill's availability for Opening Day, but given his injury history, the team is likely to be very cautious with the 28-year-old.
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