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Ramon Laureano appeared poised for a breakout after he posted a .288/.340/.521 slash line during his first full MLB season in 2019, but he struggled over the past few years and was DFA'd by Oakland in early August. He was quickly claimed by Cleveland and had a .724 OPS for his new team, which was a significant improvement on the .644 OPS he had for Oakland last season. In total he played in 105 games and had nine homers, 12 steals, 35 RBI and 46 runs while striking out at a 28.2 percent clip. Laureano's decent power and speed profile make him a potential 15-15 candidate, but he averaged 388 plate appearances over the past three seasons and is hardly guaranteed to eclipse that in 2024 given his inconsistent performance and durability concerns.

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2024 47.51.1 12 2 8 7 3 .181
2023 2232.1 46 9 35 33 12 .224
2022 2142.3 49 13 34 25 11 .211
3y Avg. 225.52.3 46 12 36 28 12 .226
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Lands on injured list

    Atlanta placed Laureano on the 10-day injured list Wednesday with a left oblique strain. Laureano has not played in a game since June 26, and Atlanta has now officially given in and ruled him out for the remainder of the first half of the season. His move to the IL is retroactive to Tuesday, so the 29-year-old outfielder will be eligible to return to the active roster immediately after the All-Star break. Brian Anderson (illness) was reinstated from the 10-day IL in a corresponding move in order to fill the opening in Atlanta's outfield unit.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Still out Tuesday

    Laureano (oblique) is absent from the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Diamondbacks. Laureano continues to nurse a sore oblique, and despite not playing since June 26, he has not been placed on Atlanta's injured list. Adam Duvall will start in right field Tuesday and bat sixth against Diamondbacks right-hander Zac Gallen.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Sitting again Monday

    Laureano (oblique) is not in the starting lineup for Monday's series opener against the Diamondbacks. Despite Laureano being out of the lineup since June 26 due to a sore oblique, Atlanta has not placed the 29-year-old outfielder on the 10-day injured list. Adam Duvall will start in right field Monday and bat sixth against the debuting Yilber Diaz.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Remaining out Sunday

    Laureano (oblique) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Phillies. Laureano hasn't played since Atlanta's June 26 doubleheader with the Cardinals due to a sore oblique, but the club has thus far resisted placing him on the 10-day injured list and has essentially played a man down for a week and a half. Adam Duvall will once again pick up a start in right field while Laureano sits.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Could go on IL with oblique issue

    Laureano's back pain has moved toward his oblique and he may now require a trip to the 10-day injured list, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. Laureano has already been shelved for nearly a week and it appears he may now miss quite a bit more time. The outfielder would be eligible to return before the All-Star break if an IL move is made soon, but being held out until the second half is probably likelier at this point. Adam Duvall has been handling right field with Laureano out.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Not in lineup Tuesday

    Laureano (back) remains out of the lineup for Tuesday's game versus the Giants. Laureano hasn't played in nearly a week due to a nagging back issue. The team had expressed hope that he might be ready to go Tuesday, so it's possible it might now consider a stint on the injured list. Adam Duvall will be in right field again Tuesday.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Could return Tuesday

    Laureano (back) might be ready to rejoin the Atlanta lineup Tuesday against the Giants, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. The 29-year-old hasn't played since Wednesday due to a sore back. "He's not capable (of playing yet)," manager Brian Snitker said Saturday. "We won't probably use him off the bench. We'll shoot for Tuesday, with tomorrow and the day off. There is enough still going on that I'm hoping with these extra days we can get him built up." Laureano has looked good in his new uniform, going 9-for-35 (.257) with four doubles and a homer over 11 games. In his absence, Adam Duvall has started four straight games in right field.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Won't start Sunday

    Laureano (back) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Pirates. Laureano will miss a fourth straight start while he contends with back soreness. Adam Duvall will get another turn in right field in place of Laureano, who is considered day-to-day.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Held out Saturday

    Laureano (back) isn't in Atlanta's lineup for Saturday's game against the Pirates. Laureano is still managing a sore back, so he'll take a seat for the third game in a row as Atlanta faces Paul Skenes and the Pirates. Adam Duvall will pick up another start in right field while Laureano recovers.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Has back soreness

    Laureano isn't in Atlanta's lineup Friday's game against Pittsburgh due to back soreness, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. Laureano was absent from the starting lineup for a second straight game, and it's now known why. However, there's optimism Laureano could return Saturday. Adam Duvall is starting in right field Friday.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Idle again Friday

    Laureano is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Pirates. Laureano will be out of the starting nine for a second consecutive contest, giving way to Adam Duvall in right field once again. Laureano had started in each of Atlanta's previous seven games.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Sitting Thursday

    Laureano isn't in Atlanta's lineup for Thursday's game against the White Sox. Laureano has slashed .257/.257/.457 with a homer and four RBI in 35 plate appearances since joining Atlanta on June 15. He'll get a breather versus Chad Kuhl and the Sox, allowing Adam Duvall to start in right field and bat eighth.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Bangs out three doubles Friday

    Laureano went 3-for-5 with three doubles and an RBI in Friday's 8-1 win over the Yankees. Making his fourth start since joining the Atlanta roster, Laureano played a key role in an offensive explosion that saw the NL East squad rack up eight extra-base hits on the night. The 29-year-old has gone 6-for-17 (.353) in his new uniform with a homer in addition to Friday's barrage of two-baggers, but a 0:5 BB:K suggests the contact issues that have plagued his big-league career haven't gone away.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: On bench versus righty

    Laureano is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Tigers. Though he started in right field for both of the last two games after he was called up from Triple-A Gwinnett following Michael Harris' (hamstring) placement on the 10-day injured list, the right-handed-hitting Laureano could be headed for the short side of a platoon. Atlanta called up Forrest Wall from Triple-A earlier Monday, and he'll get the nod at the corner-outfield spot opposite Adam Duvall while Detroit brings righty Reese Olson to the hill.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Receiving start in right field

    Laureano will start in right field and bat ninth in Saturday's game versus the Rays. Atlanta will deploy Adam Duvall, Jarred Kelenic and Laureano as its starting outfield Saturday, and it could be the regular setup for a while with Michael Harris (hamstring) joining Ronald Acuna (knee) on the injured list. Laureano had a lowly .494 OPS in 31 games with the Guardians earlier this season before getting released. He seemed to find his footing at Triple-A Gwinnett with a 1.028 OPS and three homers in 14 contests prior to being called up Saturday.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Contract selected Saturday

    Laureano had his contract selected from Triple-A Gwinnett on Saturday. Laureano will join Atlanta's major-league roster after fellow outfielder Michael Harris (hamstring) was placed on the 10-day injured list Saturday. Laureano has posted a .362 average with three home runs, 12 RBI and 13 runs scored over 58 at-bats in 14 contests with Gwinnett. In order to make room on the 40-man roster for the outfielder, Spencer Strider (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list in a corresponding move.
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  • Braves' Ramon Laureano: Lands in Atlanta

    Laureano signed a minor-league contract with Atlanta on Wednesday. Atlanta is a sensible landing spot for Laureano after the club lost star right fielder Ronald Acuna (knee) to a season-ending ACL tear over the weekend. Though Laureano won't immediately join the big club and is likely to report to Triple-A Gwinnett, he could be an option to serve as a fourth outfielder for Atlanta down the road or potentially unseat Jarred Kelenic or Adam Duvall for a starting role at a corner spot. Laureano has been a better-than-league-average hitter over parts of seven seasons in the majors (107 wRC+ in 543 games), but he's struggled to find much success since being waived by the Athletics last August. He slashed just .143/.265/.229 in 83 plate appearances for the Guardians this season before being released Saturday.
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  • Ramon Laureano: Cut loose by Cleveland

    The Guardians released Laureano on Saturday. Given that Laureano is owed $5.15 million in 2024 and had produced a lowly .143/.265/.229 slash line with a career-worst 38.6 percent strikeout rate in 83 plate appearances before Cleveland designated him for assignment last week, it comes as little surprise that he went unclaimed off waivers. The Guardians will now right him off as a sunk cost and cover the money remaining on his salary while allowing Laureano to hit free agency in search of his next opportunity. Though he's set to turn 30 years old in June and hasn't posted an OPS above .700 in any season since 2021, Laureano shouldn't have much trouble landing a minor-league deal with another organization.
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  • Guardians' Ramon Laureano: Designated for assignment

    Laureano was designated for assignment by the Guardians on Monday, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports. Laureano has slashed just .143/.265/.229 with a 38.6 percent strikeout rate for Cleveland this season to earn a trip off the 40-man roster. He is sure to clear waivers given that he's making $5.15 million this season, and Laureano would also likely accept an outright assignment by the Guardians since declining one would mean forfeiting what remains of his salary.
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  • Guardians' Ramon Laureano: Losing out on reps vs. RHPs

    Laureano is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Red Sox. Laureano is on the bench for the second game in a row, with both of his absences coming against right-handed starting pitchers (Tanner Houck and Cooper Criswell). Guardians manager Stephen Vogt hasn't indicated that Laureano is dealing with an injury, so the consecutive absences from the lineup would seemingly signal that the 29-year-old is losing playing time after hitting just .174 through his first 46 at-bats of the season. Estevan Florial is included in the lineup at designated hitter for the second straight contest and seems set to benefit the most if Laureano's role continues to shrink.
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