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Apr 12, 2024 1 0 0 0 3
Apr 10, 2024 2 1 0 1 4
Apr 9, 2024 0 0 0 0
Apr 8, 2024 0 0 0 0
Apr 7, 2024 4 3 0 0 9

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Luis Arraez won the AL batting title and was dealt to Miami in a deal for Pablo Lopez over the winter. Rather than pout about leaving the only organization he has ever known, Arraez simply went out and won the NL batting title as well as the overall league batting title obliterating the competition. He was one of three qualified hitters who walked more than he struck out, which is quite the accomplishment given he only walked 35 times in 617 plate appearances in 2023. His extreme bat to ball skills with a willingness to use all fields gives him the highest batting average floor in fantasy baseball and his .326 career average in nearly 2200 plate appearance attests to that. He does not run well, but is on base at a high volume to score enough runs and is not a drag on RBIs like other "slappies" can be. Don't sell his power short as he can turn and burn on occasion as well. Arraez is to batting average what Esteury Ruiz is to steals without dragging down other categories.

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Batting Average
2024 342.4 10 1 7 .259
2023 4353 71 10 69 35 3 .354
2022 402.52.8 88 8 49 50 4 .316
3y Avg. 3732.7 72 7 53 43 3 .324
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Four hits in win

    Arraez went 4-for-5 with a triple and three runs scored in Sunday's win over the Cardinals. Arraez's bat finally got going after he entered Sunday's action hitting just .194 through nine games. It was his 14th career 4-hit game though he is still in search of his first RBI on the season. Arraez has scored nine runs while batting atop the Marlins' order, which is currently tied for ninth best in baseball.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Reaches base five times

    Arraez went 2-for-2 with three walks and a run scored during Monday's loss to the Angels. Arraez had an uncharacteristic opening series against the Pirates, going just 2-for-18 in the four-game set. Monday's performance was his first multi-hit effort of the year and looked much more like the elite bat-to-ball star that fantasy managers are used to. He's registered a .360 OBP through five games despite the slow start.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Racking up hits this spring

    Arraez went 2-for-3 with a double in Saturday's Grapefruit League game against the Phillies. It's the fifth time in his last six spring games that Arraez has banged out multiple hits. The reigning NL batting champ has a .382 average in camp (13-for-34) with five doubles and a 0:3 BB:K, and Arraez is locked into the leadoff spot for the Marlins after posting a .354/.393/.469 slash line with a career-high 10 homers and 69 RBI in 2023.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Loses arbitration case

    Arraez lost his arbitration hearing with the Marlins on Wednesday and will earn $10.6 million in salary for the 2024 season, Daniel Alvarez-Montes of ElExtraBase.com reports. Coming off a 2023 season in which he won the National League batting crown with a .354 average, Arraez filed for $12 million, but an arbitrator ruled in favor of the Marlins. The $10.6 million salary still represents a $4.5 million pay increase from 2023 for Arraez, who is set to go through the arbitration process one more time next offseason before becoming a free agent following the 2025 campaign. Arraez will head into his second season as Miami's everyday second baseman, and while he once again projects to rank among the league leaders in batting average, his paucity of power and speed put a ceiling on his overall fantasy value.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Batting leadoff in Game 1

    Arraez (ankle) is starting at second base and batting leadoff Tuesday in Game 1 of the NL Wild Card Series against the Phillies. Arraez played only one full game over the final two weeks of the regular season because of a left ankle injury, but he's ready to rock for the Marlins leading into their best-of-three NL Wild Card Series matchup at Philadelphia. The 26-year-old paced all qualified MLB hitters in batting average this season with a mark of .354.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Expected to be ready for Game 1

    Marlins manager Skip Schumaker said Monday that he expects Arraez (ankle) to be ready for Game 1 of the National League Wild Card Series against the Phillies on Tuesday, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. Arraez hasn't started a game in more than a week after aggravating a left ankle sprain on Sept. 23, but he did contribute a pinch-hit single off the bench this past Friday and is expected to be in the Marlins' Game 1 lineup. The two-time batting champ finished the 2023 campaign having slashed .354/.393/.469 with 10 home runs.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Sitting again Sunday

    Arraez (ankle) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Pirates, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Arraez made an appearance off the bench Friday but will be absent from the starting nine for the seventh consecutive game due to an ankle sprain. The Marlins have already secured their spot in the playoffs and are likely hoping the All-Star second baseman will be available for Game 1 of the NL Wild Card Series on Tuesday.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Still sidelined

    Arraez (ankle) remains on the bench for Saturday's game against the Pirates, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Arraez was able to appear off the bench Friday and grab a single in his first action since the previous Saturday as he nurses a left ankle sprain. He could be available in a similar capacity Saturday, but it will be Jon Berti who starts at second base.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Still out Friday

    Arraez (ankle) isn't in the Marlins' lineup Friday against Pittsburgh, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. As the Marlins continue to fight for the third NL Wild Card spot, Arraez will miss his fourth consecutive start since aggravating a left ankle sprain Saturday against the Brewers. Jon Berti will start at second base and bat sixth.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Remains sidelined Thursday

    Arraez (ankle) remains out of the lineup Thursday versus the Mets. Arraez has now started only two of the Marlins' last seven games, at a crucial time as they look to claim the third NL wild-card spot. He sprained his left ankle during an infield drill last Tuesday and then aggravated the injury Saturday when he slipped on the dugout steps in Miami. Xavier Edwards is covering second base and batting ninth in Thursday's series finale against New York.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Held out of Game 2

    Arraez (ankle) won't start in the second game of Wednesday's doubleheader with the Mets, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Arraez was also held out of the first game Wednesday, and he still has yet to appear in a game since injuring his ankle Saturday against Milwaukee. Xavier Edwards will start at second base and bat ninth while Arraez continues to heal.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Out for first game Wednesday

    Arraez (ankle) remains out of the lineup for the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader versus the Mets, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Arraez had been set to miss Tuesday's contest before it was rained out and is not in there for the makeup game, either. He hasn't played since Sept. 23 because of a left ankle sprain, and it's not clear whether he might have a shot to participate in Wednesday's nightcap. Jon Berti is at second base and batting fifth for the first game.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Out again with ankle injury

    Arraez (ankle) remains out of the lineup Tuesday versus the Mets. Arraez sprained his left ankle one week ago while taking pregame infield practice and then aggravated the injury Saturday when he slipped on the dugout steps in Miami. Jon Berti will play second base and fifth Tuesday at Citi Field.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Held out Sunday

    Arraez (ankle) isn't in the Marlins' lineup Sunday against Milwaukee, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Arraez re-injured his left ankle during Saturday's win over Milwaukee and said before Sunday's game that he "can't do anything right now." He will get an extra day of rest during Miami's day off Monday, but for now there's no telling when he'll be able to return. Xavier Edwards will start at second base and bat ninth while Arraez is out.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Suffers apparent leg injury

    Arraez was removed from Saturday's win over the Brewers with an apparent leg injury, Daniel Alvarez-Montes of ElExtraBase.com reports. Arraez slipped on the dugout steps when the lights were turned off at loanDepot park for Tanner Scott's entrance in the top of the ninth inning. Garrett Hampson took over at second base for the final frame as Joey Wendle entered to play shortstop. Arraez, the MLB batting average leader at .353, just returned Friday from a two-game absence for a left ankle sprain and could now need more time off in the heat of the Marlins' NL wild-card hunt.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Back in lineup Friday

    Arraez (ankle) is starting at second base and batting leadoff Friday versus the Brewers in his return to the lineup. He missed the last two games with a sprained left ankle but is feeling well enough to give it a go following the Marlins' off day Thursday. Arraez and his teammates will be tasked with solving Corbin Burnes on Friday.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Out again with ankle sprain

    Arraez (ankle) remains out of the lineup Wednesday versus the Mets. Arraez was scratched Tuesday after suffering a left ankle sprain while participating in pregame infield practice. It's a positive sign that he has yet to be placed on the 10-day injured list, and the MLB batting average leader (.354) can utilize Thursday's scheduled team off day to hopefully get himself healthy for the Marlins' upcoming three-game weekend set against the Brewers. Jon Berti will fill in at second base and hit eighth in Wednesday's series finale versus New York.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Scratched with ankle sprain

    Arraez was scratched from the lineup Tuesday versus the Mets due to a left ankle sprain, Daniel Alvarez-Montes of ElExtraBase.com reports. Arraez rolled his ankle during a pregame workout Tuesday in Miami and could need multiple days off for rest and treatment. This injury comes with awful timing for the Marlins, who are currently a half-game back of the third NL wild-card spot. Xavier Edwards is filling in at second base Tuesday night against New York.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Belts leadoff homer

    Arraez went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Brewers. Arraez started Tuesday's game with fireworks, swatting his seventh long ball of the season in the first inning off Freddy Peralta. However, Arraez would be the only Marlin to cross home plate, as they ultimately fell 3-1. Through 10 games this month, Arraez is 13-for-39 (.333) with eight runs scored and six RBI while striking out just 4.8 percent of the time.
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  • Marlins' Luis Arraez: Steps out of lineup

    Arraez is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Phillies, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Arraez will receive a day off after making 28 straight starts between first and second base, though he struggled to a .257/.282/.381 slash line during that stretch. Jon Berti will handle the keystone while Yuli Gurriel starts at first base Sunday.
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