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Acquired from the Dodgers in August in exchange for cash, Eddys Leonard looked pretty good with his new organization. The 23-year-old reported to Triple-A Toledo and posted a .302/.374/.530 slash line with eight home runs across 40 games for the Mud Hens. Prior to the trade, Leonard popped 12 home runs in 92 games with Double-A Tulsa. The youngster had 15 long balls a season earlier at the High-A level, which gives him some upside as a player who has primarily played in the middle infield. Last year, Leonard made 107 starts at shortstop across his two stops while also making 13 appearances in the outfield. Javier Baez is currently the starting shortstop in Detroit, though the veteran has quickly worn out his welcome due to a few poor seasons after signing a large contract. Baez is clearly not the long-term answer up the middle, and Leonard could be in the mix to replace him when the time comes. The latter will likely start 2024 back at Triple-A and look to put together a strong full season at the level, though an MLB promotion at some point isn't out of the question.

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  • Tigers' Eddys Leonard: Goes back on IL

    Triple-A Toledo placed Leonard on its 7-day injured list Wednesday with an unspecified injury. Leonard was placed on Toledo's IL in early April with an oblique strain and missed just under two months of action before returning to the Triple-A lineup June 4. However, he appeared in just 16 games for Toledo before getting shut down again with a new injury. Leonard -- who possesses a spot on the Tigers' 40-man roster -- is without a clear timeline for a return from the IL.
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  • Tigers' Eddys Leonard: Back in action for Toledo

    Leonard (oblique) was reinstated from Triple-A Toledo's 7-day injured list June 4 and has gone 3-for-18 with a double, two walks, an RBI and a run scored in five games since rejoining the club. Leonard had resided on the shelf at Toledo since early April with a left oblique strain. Before being activated, Leonard made eight rehab appearances with Single-A Lakeland and went 5-for-22 with a double and two stolen bases.
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  • Tigers' Eddys Leonard: Rehabbing at Single-A

    Leonard (oblique) began a rehab assignment with Single-A Lakeland on Tuesday and has gone 2-for-10 with a walk, a stolen base, two runs and an RBI through his first three games. Leonard has resided on Triple-A Toledo's 7-day injured list April 9 with a left oblique strain, but he looks to be on the cusp of rejoining the Tigers' top affiliate. Before landing on the shelf, Leonard appeared in eight games for Toledo and slashed .219/.306/.250 in 36 plate appearances.
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  • Tigers' Eddys Leonard: May resume baseball activities soon

    The Tigers announced Tuesday that Leonard (oblique) will be re-evaluated next week and could begin a baseball progression program, Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press reports. Leonard, who is a member of the Tigers' 40-man roster, was placed on Triple-A Toledo's 7-day injured list on April 9 after straining his left oblique. He's been able to complete daily rehab since being shut down with the injury, but Leonard has yet to get back on the field for hitting, fielding or running.
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  • Tigers' Eddys Leonard: Nursing oblique strain

    Leonard is recovering from a left oblique strain, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. Leonard suffered the injury while playing for Triple-A Toledo and is now headed to extended spring training to rehab. It's not clear at this point how much time he might miss.
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  • Tigers' Eddys Leonard: Sent down to minors

    The Tigers optioned Leonard to Triple-A Toledo on Tuesday, Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press reports. Leonard entered camp seemingly with a shot to win a bench job and fared well this spring with a .984 OPS, but he'll nonetheless head to Toledo for now. The 23-year-old was acquired from the Dodgers last August.
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  • Tigers' Eddys Leonard: In running for final bench spot

    Leonard is one of several players who figure to compete for Detroit's final bench spot this spring along with new acquisition Keston Hiura, Ryan Kreidler and others, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports. Leonard has yet to make his MLB debut, while Kreidler played with the Tigers some last season and Hiura has appeared in 284 games at the MLB level, so Leonard may be third in the pecking order to begin the regular season. However, he has some defensive versatility and posted a .904 OPS in 40 contests with Triple-A Toledo last season, so the youngster could be on the verge of cracking the big-league roster soon. Leonard's cause would be boosted if Kreidler and Hiura struggle at the plate in camp or early in the regular season.
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  • Tigers' Eddys Leonard: Sent to Detroit

    The Tigers acquired Leonard from the Dodgers on Tuesday in exchange for cash. Leonard was designated for assignment by Los Angeles last week and will now make his way to Detroit's 40-man roster. The 22-year-old has a .257/.330/.423 slash line with 12 home runs in 92 games at the Double-A level this season. He's expected to report to Triple-A Toledo with his new organization.
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  • Dodgers' Eddys Leonard: Dropped from 40-man roster

    Leonard was designated for assignment by the Dodgers on Friday. Leonard is a 40-man roster casualty following the Dodgers' acquisition of both Lance Lynn and Joe Kelly from the White Sox. Justin Bruihl also got the boot. Leonard, a 22-year-old infielder, had slashed .254/.327/.411 with 11 homers and three steals through 92 games this season at Double-A Tulsa.
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  • Dodgers' Eddys Leonard: Sent down to minors camp

    Leonard was optioned Monday to minor-league camp by the Dodgers. Leonard has performed well in 21 plate appearances in the Cactus League with a .400/.429/.450 slash line and three RBI. The infielder will likely start the 2023 campaign in Double-A after hitting .264 with a .784 OPS and 15 homers for High-A Great Lakes in 2022.
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  • Dodgers' Eddys Leonard: Rewarded with 40-man roster spot

    Leonard was added to the Dodgers' 40-man roster Friday, Eric Stephen of reports. Leonard forced the Dodgers to protect him from the Rule 5 draft after slashing .299/.375/.530 with eight home runs in 41 games as a 20-year-old at High-A. The Dodgers will always have a crowded infield, but he might bring enough offensive impact to the table to get a look in a couple years.
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