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Rhys Hoskins had to be carted off the field during a Grapefruit League game last spring and it was later confirmed that he suffered a torn left ACL, as feared. The surgery to repair the injury knocked Hoskins out for the entirety of 2023. While there was talk that Hoskins could return for the World Series, the Phillies never made it that far, and as expected the team declined to extend him the qualifying offer after the season. Hoskins has been quite the productive hitter when healthy, blasting 148 home runs in 667 career MLB games to date, but the health concerns are significant (and only mounting) with Hoskins now on the wrong side of 30. He underwent Tommy John surgery at the end of 2020, needed abdominal surgery in 2021 and was coming off surgery to repair the meniscus in his right knee last spring before suffering the left knee injury.

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2024 32.53 7 2 7 5 .237
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2022 428.52.7 81 30 79 72 2 .246
3y Avg. 2592.9 48 19 50 40 2 .245
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  • Brewers' Rhys Hoskins: Sitting out Wednesday

    Hoskins is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game in Cincinnati. Hoskins appears to be getting a routine day off. The Brewers will start Jake Bauers at first base and have Christian Yelich serve as their designated hitter Wednesday.
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  • Brewers' Rhys Hoskins: Gets Saturday off

    Hoskins isn't in the Brewers' lineup for Saturday's game against the Mariners. After going 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in Friday's series opener, Hoskins will get a day off to regroup Saturday. His absence will allow Jake Bauers to pick up a start at first base while William Contreras serves as the DH, putting Gary Sanchez behind the plate.
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  • Brewers' Rhys Hoskins: Belts second homer

    Hoskins went 1-for-3 with a walk and a solo home run in Wednesday's 7-3 loss to the Twins. The 31-year-old slugger gave the Brewers an early 2-0 lead in the fourth inning when he ripped a hanging changeup from Chris Paddack into the second deck down the left-field line. It was Hoskins' second homer of the season and first in his new home stadium, and a quick start to his Milwaukee tenure has seen him go 5-for-17 through five games with five RBI, five runs scored and a 3:3 BB:K.
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  • Brewers' Rhys Hoskins: Getting into groove

    Hoskins has gone 2-for-9 (.222) with a solo home run, three total runs scored and a 3:6 BB:K through four games this spring. Coming off a torn ACL, Hoskins did not make his first appearance of the spring until Mar. 1, but he has reached base at least once in all four games he's played. Both hits he has recorded came over the last three days, so it seems he is settling in. He has not encountered any setbacks since making his debut, so he is on track to start at first base for the Brewers on Opening Day.
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  • Brewers' Rhys Hoskins: No restrictions in spring training

    Hoskins (knee) said Monday that he expects to be full-go at the beginning of spring training, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Hoskins missed the entire 2023 season after tearing his left ACL during spring training, but he was close to being cleared to return during the postseason for the Phillies and should head into his first camp with the Brewers with no lingering limitations. Slated to turn 31 in March, Hoskins is set to be Milwaukee's regular first baseman in 2024 but should also see ample time at designated hitter.
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  • Brewers' Rhys Hoskins: Lands with Brewers

    Hoskins (knee) signed a two-year, $34 million contract with the Brewers on Tuesday, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. Hoskins was forced to sit out all of 2023 after tearing his left ACL during a spring training game. Despite the slugger's injury history, Milwaukee will bring Hoskins in to take over as its everyday first baseman and fill one of the team's biggest offseason needs. Hoskins reached the 30-homer mark twice in six seasons with the Phillies, and playing his home games at American Family Field could help him get there again in 2024 if he stays healthy. Hoskins will be allowed to opt out of his new contract after the first season.
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  • Rhys Hoskins: Denied qualifying offer

    The Phillies declined Monday to extend a one-year, $20.33 million qualifying offer to Hoskins (knee), making him an unrestricted free agent, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. The 30-year-old Hoskins produced an excellent 126 wRC+ over his first six seasons in the big leagues, but after missing the entire 2023 campaign while recovering from a torn ACL, the Phillies weren't keen on committing $20 million in salary to him in 2024. The veteran first baseman appears to be nearing the finish line in his rehab program, as he had been taking part in live batting practice in October and hadn't been ruled out from being included on the Phillies' World Series roster, had Philadelphia beaten Arizona in the NLCS. Heyman notes that there is a "decent chance" the Phillies bring Hoskins back in 2024, but expect other teams searching for a right-handed power bat to enter the bidding for his services as well.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: Not part of NLCS roster

    Hoskins (knee) isn't included on the Phillies' roster for the team's National League Championship Series versus the Diamondbacks. Hoskins continues to work out at the team's spring training complex in Florida as he works his way back from late-March surgery to repair a torn ACL in his left knee. He's reportedly coming along well in his recovery, and though he won't be available for the NLCS, Hoskins hasn't been ruled out, he could be added to the Phillies roster for the World Series, should Philadelphia advance. The 30-year-old is scheduled for free agency this offseason.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: Ready for live batting practice

    Hoskins (knee) will begin taking live batting practice Wednesday in Clearwater, Florida, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. Hoskins is joining some other players in the Phillies organization at the team's spring training complex for what is being called "stay-ready camp." The 30-year-old slugger has been out all season while recovering from March surgery to repair a torn ACL in his left knee, but the hope is that he could become an option if Philly makes it to the World Series.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: World Series return not ruled out

    Hoskins (knee) took batting practice and ran the bases at Citizens Bank Park on Tuesday, MLB.com reports. Hoskins hit a few home runs during batting practice and has been taking 70-to-75 swings per day, according to Phillies manager Rob Thomson. "It sure looks good," Thomson said Tuesday. While Hoskins still looks like a long shot to return from ACL surgery for the postseason, the team isn't ruling it out if they make a deep run. "We're looking more toward the World Series, if he were to get there," Thomson said. Hoskins is set to hit free agency this offseason.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: Playoff return not ruled out

    Hoskins (knee) could potentially return this season if the Phillies make a deep postseason run, MLB.com reports. Hoskins did some running on the field on July 14, the first time he's done so since he underwent ACL surgery in late March. His teammate, Kyle Schwarber, had ACL surgery in early April of 2016 and made it back for the World Series, so Hoskins has that as a guidepost. Ultimately, the odds of the Phillies making another deep playoff run and Hoskins being available are long, but it hasn't been ruled out.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: ACL surgery set for Thursday

    Hoskins is scheduled to undergo left ACL reconstruction surgery Thursday. The procedure will be performed by Dr. Steve Singleton in Fort Worth, Texas. Hoskins blew out his left knee on a non-contact play in the field last Thursday during one of the Phillies' final Grapefruit League games. He can be ruled out for the entire 2023 season, and he is scheduled to become a free agent in November. It's a brutal all-around turn of events for the 30-year-old first baseman and the reigning NL champions.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: Will get second opinion

    Hoskins will receive a second opinion, but Phillies president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said Friday that it's pretty clear the first baseman suffered a torn left ACL, Alex Coffey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Hoskins suffered the unfortunate injury while trying to chase down a grounder during Thursday's Grapefruit League contest versus the Tigers. Assuming the second opinion confirms the tear as expected, Hoskins will undergo surgery and miss the entire 2023 campaign. He's slated for free agency after the season.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: Suffers ACL tear

    Hoskins' MRI results revealed he tore his left ACL during Thursday's Grapefruit League game against Detroit. Hoskins will undergo surgery to repair his ACL, and the Phillies will now be without their slugging first baseman for most, if not all, of the 2023 season. Alec Bohm will likely shift over to become Philadelphia's primary first baseman for the year, opening the door for Edmundo Sosa to get most of the reps at third base.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: Promising early signs for knee?

    Phillies manager Rob Thomson said Hoskins (knee) was walking around the clubhouse after being carted off the field Thursday, Alex Coffey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. It's a promising early sign that Hoskins' left knee injury might not be quite as severe as initially feared, but Thomson also acknowledged that there is no diagnosis yet. The power-hitting first baseman collapsed just beyond first base in the second inning of Thursday afternoon's Grapefruit League game against the Tigers as he tried to make a play on a grounder. He's still being examined by the Phillies' medical staff and will probably undergo a range of imaging tests.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: Carted off with knee injury

    Hoskins suffered a severe-looking left knee injury during Thursday's Grapefruit League game against the Tigers, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Hoskins fell awkwardly while trying to make a play on a ball just beyond first base in the top of the second inning. It appeared that his left knee simply gave out on him, per beat writers on the scene in Clearwater, Florida. He was down on the ground for several minutes before leaving on a cart. This could be an absolutely brutal development just one week out from Opening Day.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: To debut at first base Sunday

    Hoskins (knee) is scheduled to make his first Grapefruit League start at first base Sunday against the Blue Jays, Scott Lauber of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. That will follow his overall Grapefruit League debut at DH on Friday versus the Tigers. Hoskins has been brought along slowly this spring following December surgery to repair the meniscus in his right knee, but there is no concern about his readiness for Opening Day.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: Recovered from offseason surgery

    Hoskins has been cleared for full baseball activities after he underwent surgery to repair the meniscus in his right knee during mid-December, though he won't make his Grapefruit League debut until Friday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. The Phillies didn't announce the surgery until reporters asked about Hoskins not playing in spring games this weekend, but there currently doesn't appear to be any cause for concern about his delayed appearance in the Grapefruit League. Assuming the 29-year-old takes the field Friday, he'll have over three weeks' worth of exhibition games to get up to speed ahead of Opening Day.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: Avoids arbitration at $12 million

    Hoskins agreed to a one-year, $12 million contract with the Phillies on Friday to avoid arbitration, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. Hoskins is entering his final year of arbitration eligibility and will receive a sizable raise from his $7.7 million salary in 2022. The 29-year-old had a .246/.332/.462 slash line with 30 home runs and 79 RBI last season.
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  • Phillies' Rhys Hoskins: Homers again in win

    Hoskins went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run and a walk during Sunday's 4-3 win over the Padres in Game 5 of the NLCS. Hoskins caused the Philadelphia crowd to erupt with his 424-foot two-run blast off Yu Darvish in the third inning that gave the Phillies an early 2-0 lead. The 29-year-old recorded his third two-run homer in the last two games and his fifth of the postseason. Hoskins how has eight hits in the postseason across 44 at bats, and five of them are homers. He will look to continue the power surge in the World Series against the Astros.
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