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It seems impossible that Victor Robles is still only 26, but it's true. It's been nothing but disappointment for the former top prospect since his promising rookie season back in 2019. Injury was the main culprit last season, as Robles was limited to just 36 games with the Nationals because of lumbar spine spasms. His last game came in late June, but Robles did return to play winter ball and at the moment expects to be healthy heading into next season. He was productive in 2023 when healthy, collecting a .750 OPS, stealing eight bases and cutting his strikeout rate to 14.3 percent over 126 plate appearances. Robles should get the first crack in center field for the Nats and perhaps he'll be motivated in his walk year, but it's difficult to justify even a small investment in him in fantasy leagues.

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2024 451.3 6 1 5 7 6 .259
2023 832.3 15 8 11 8 .299
2022 1891.4 42 6 33 17 15 .224
3y Avg. 144.51.6 31 3 20 20 10 .224
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  • Mariners' Victor Robles: Three hits in loss

    Robles went 3-for-4 with a double in Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Angels. Robles had a good game from the No. 9 spot, but the Mariners 4-8 hitters combined to go 0-for-16 with three walks, giving the outfielder little chance to make his hits count. It was his first multi-hit effort since June 14, though Robles has mostly been utilized as a bench bat in his time with the Mariners. He's slashing .259/.359/.389 with one home run, five RBI, six runs scored and six stolen bases over 67 plate appearances between the Nationals and the Mariners this season.
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  • Mariners' Victor Robles: Contributes as in-game replacement

    Robles entered Tuesday's win over the Padres as a defensive replacement for Dominic Canzone (groin) in the bottom of the fifth inning and went 1-for-2 with an RBI double. Robles initially slotted into Canzone's right field spot before shifting to center in the bottom of the eighth. The veteran doubled home Cal Raleigh in the ninth inning for the final run of the night as well, and he could be in line for some spot starts if Canzone needs some downtime due to his injury.
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  • Mariners' Victor Robles: Impressive in spot start

    Robles started in center field for Julio Rodriguez (quadriceps) in Sunday's extra-inning loss to the Blue Jays and went 1-for-1 with a solo home run, a stolen base, a walk and an additional run. It was an eventful spot start for Robles, who slugged his first home run of the season via a 424-foot shoot to left field in the third inning for the first run of the afternoon. The veteran outfielder then stole third base in the seventh following an inning-opening walk, but he was stranded by a Luke Raley strikeout that ended the frame. Rodriguez did pinch hit for Robles in the eighth inning Sunday after an MRI on his quadriceps came back clean, so the star outfielder could be ready to relegate Robles back to the bench in Tuesday's series opener against the Padres following Monday's team off day.
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  • Mariners' Victor Robles: Swipes first bag with Seattle

    Robles went 1-for-3 with a stolen base in Friday's 3-2 extra-inning loss to the Marlins. Getting the start in left field and batting eighth, Robles swiped his fifth bag of the season, but his first since joining the Mariners in early June. The 27-year-old has looked good so far in his short-side platoon role with Seattle, batting .353 (6-for-17) with two doubles.
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  • Mariners' Victor Robles: Makes most of start

    Robles started in left field during the Mariners' win over the Rangers on Friday and went 2-for-2 before being lifted for pinch hitter Luke Raley in the bottom of the sixth inning. Robles was in the starting lineup on consecutive nights for the second time since joining the Mariners on June 4. He was able to contribute the first multi-hit effort of his brief Seattle tenure, albeit with one of those knocks being a controversial bunt single where Robles may have run inside the base line. The veteran has shown some encouraging signs of life at the plate since donning his new uniform, going 4-for-11 with a pair of doubles, a hit-by-pitch, an RBI and a run across seven games overall.
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  • Mariners' Victor Robles: First hit with M's

    Robles went 1-for-3 with an RBI double and a run in a loss to the Royals on Friday. The recent addition played a part in the Mariners' seven-run first inning with his first hit as a member of the team, knocking in Mitch Haniger with a double. Robles has appeared in each of the last three games after sitting out Tuesday's series opener against the Athletics following his signing earlier in the day, and Friday marked his second straight start in left field.
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  • Mariners' Victor Robles: Inks big-league deal with M's

    Robles signed a major-league contract with the Mariners on Tuesday and was added to the team's active roster. Robles and Seattle came to terms on a deal just days after the veteran outfielder was waived by Washington. He slashed .120/.281/.120 in 33 plate appearances with the Nationals and figures to serve as the primary backup to Julio Rodriguez in center field while mixing in at the other outfield positions against RHP.
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  • Victor Robles: Set to sign on with Seattle

    The Mariners are nearing a major-league contract with Robles, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. The deal is expected to be finalized ahead of Tuesday's series opener in Oakland, with Robles taking the 26-man active roster spot of outfielder Jonatan Clase, who was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Monday. The Nationals released Robles over the weekend after he went just 3-for-25 at the plate this season. The 27-year-old had a promising rookie season back in 2019, but he's managed an underwhelming .609 OPS since the start of the 2020 campaign while also dealing with numerous injuries. Robles is an odd fit in Seattle since his center-field defense is his best asset, and the Mariners already have Julio Rodriguez at that spot in the outfield. Robles could see some starts at the corner-outfield spots against left-handed pitching.
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  • Nationals' Victor Robles: Waived by Nats

    The Nationals requested unconditional release waivers on Robles on Saturday. Robles was designated for assignment Monday, and the Nationals will now opt to let him go rather than sending him outright to one of their minor-league affiliates. The 27-year-old has slashed .120/.281/.120 across 33 plate appearances in the majors this season, but he should be able to contribute for another outfield-needy organization -- even if only in the minors.
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  • Nationals' Victor Robles: Designated for assignment

    Robles was designated for assignment by the Nationals on Monday. Once considered one of the top prospects in baseball, Robles put up 17 homers and 28 steals in 2019 at the age of 22, but he was never able to come close to replicating that level of production in the years that followed. The Nationals have essentially decided to part ways with him to accommodate the return of Lane Thomas (knee) from the injured list, but another team could take a chance on Robles on waivers. Robles, now 27, has gone just 3-for-25 with four steals in limited action this season.
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  • Nationals' Victor Robles: Roster spot in jeopardy

    Robles could be placed on waivers when Lane Thomas (knee) is deemed ready to come off the injured list, Mark Zuckerman of MASN Sports reports. Jacob Young has become the everyday center fielder, and while Eddie Rosario and Jesse Winker have been erratic at the plate, they could have trade value later in the season if they heat up at the right time. That leaves Robles, who doesn't have any minor-league options remaining, as the odd man out in the Nationals' outfield. The 27-year-old has done little to justify keeping him on the 40-man roster, batting .087 (2-for-23) when he's been healthy in 2024. If the front office decides his defensive value as a fifth outfielder is worth keeping around, Joey Meneses could be optioned instead.
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  • Nationals' Victor Robles: Loses hold of regular role

    Robles is out of the lineup for the Wednesday's game against the Twins, Andrew Golden of The Washington Post reports. Shortly after his return from the 10-day injured list May 7, Robles appeared to gain traction as an everyday player in the Washington outfield, as he started seven times in an eight-game stretch from May 10 through 18. However, with Joey Gallo coming off the IL this past weekend, Robles has been the odd man out of the lineup while Jesse Winker, Jacob Young and Eddie Rosario have settled in as the Nationals' primary outfielders from left to right. Robles, who has produced just two hits in 23 at-bats in the majors this season, is on the bench for a fourth straight game and looks like he'll be limited to fourth-outfielder duties for the foreseeable future.
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  • Nationals' Victor Robles: Sitting for nightcap

    Robles is not in the starting lineup for Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader with the White Sox. Robles will take a seat after he went 1-for-2 with an RBI sacrifice fly in the Nationals' 6-3 win over Chicago in Tuesday's matinee. Eddie Rosario will slide over to right field while Ildemaro Vargas enters the lineup in left field and bats eighth against the White Sox.
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  • Nationals' Victor Robles: Tough day in Sunday's loss

    Robles went 0-for-3 and committed an error in Sunday's loss to the Red Sox. Getting the start in center field and batting ninth, Robles' fielding error in the second inning led to a three-run inning for Boston that proved to be the difference in a 3-2 loss. The 26-year-old outfielder also made a baserunning gaffe in the third, as he attempted to go from first to third on a single even though third base was already occupied by Riley Adams. Robles has started three straight games since coming off the IL, but his job security was low even before Sunday's performance. With Joey Gallo (shoulder) closing in on a return from the IL, Robles figures to find himself on the bench in a short-side platoon role.
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  • Nationals' Victor Robles: Getting another start

    Robles is starting in right field and batting ninth Saturday in Boston. He has started over Nick Senzel in back-to-back games against right-handed pitchers (both Senzel and Robles bat right-handed), which allows the Nationals to plug Jesse Winker in at designated hitter to improve the outfield defense. Robles returned Friday from a hamstring injury and went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a stolen base. At least until the Nationals promote James Wood, it looks like Robles will get to play a decent amount in the short term.
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  • Nationals' Victor Robles: Two hits in return to lineup

    Robles went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a stolen base in Friday's 5-1 win over the Red Sox. Getting the start in right field and batting ninth in his first MLB action in over a month, Robles showed that he was fully recovered from his hamstring injury by stealing his third bag of the season. Jacob Young has grabbed hold of the starting job in center field in Robles' absence, however, and with prospect James Wood banging on the door for a promotion, Robles may see inconsistent playing time.
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  • Nationals' Victor Robles: Activated from injured list

    The Nationals activated Robles (hamstring) from the 10-day injured list Tuesday. Robles missed more than a month of action with a strained left hamstring but has been cleared to return after a six-game rehab stint with Triple-A Rochester during which he went 7-for-20 with one stolen base. Jacob Young has performed well in center field for the Nationals, so Robles could be relegated to a fourth-outfield role now that he's healthy again.
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  • Nationals' Victor Robles: Ready for rehab assignment

    Robles (hamstring) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Rochester on Tueday, Spencer Nusbaum of The Washington Post reports. Robles has been sidelined for most of April with a left hamstring strain but has progressed enough to get in some game action in the minors. The plan is for him to see action both at designated hitter and in the outfield while he's on assignment with Rochester. Jacob Young has played well for the Nationals in center field and might hold down an everyday role even after Robles is activated from the 10-day injured list.
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  • Nationals' Victor Robles: Baseball activities on tap

    Robles (hamstring) will travel with the Nationals on their next road trip and will resume baseball activities, Andrew Golden of The Washington Post reports. Robles is nearly three weeks removed from suffering a left hamstring strain and has finally made enough progress to reincorporate baseball activities. He will presumably need some rehab games before being activated, so a return could still be more than a week away.
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  • Nationals' Victor Robles: Still in rehab mode

    Nationals manager Dave Martinez said April 8 that Robles has regained full range of motion and has less tenderness in his strained left hamstring, but the outfielder remains limited to rehab work, MLB.com reports. Robles has already spent the minimum 10 days on the injured list but doesn't appear close to a return from the shelf just yet, as he has yet to advance to resuming full baseball activities. At this stage of his recovery, Robles doesn't look like he'll be a realistic candidate to be activated until May. While Robles is sidelined, Jacob Young is expected to continue seeing regular run as the Nationals' primary option in center field.
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