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May 19, 2024 1 1 0 0 2.5
May 18, 2024 1 1 1 1 9.5
May 17, 2024 1 1 0 2 5.5
May 14, 2024 0 0 0 0 -0.5
May 13, 2024 1 1 0 0 1.5

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The Angels added to their outfield for 2023, which resulted in just 62 plate appearances in the big leagues for Jo Adell. The former top continued to crush Triple-A pitching and had 24 homers with a .964 OPS in 74 contests, and he clearly has nothing else left to prove in the minors. He'll turn 25 years old in early April, and 2024 will likely be a make-or-break year for his career. Adell should be able to make the Opening Day roster with Mike Trout, Taylor Ward and Mickey Moniak likely to start in the outfield, and the Halos don't have much depth behind them. Adell's fantasy potential remains sky high, but he's just a high-upside dart throw for fantasy managers hoping he's finally able to put all the tools together.

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2024 108.52.8 21 8 21 10 8 .252
2023 32.51.9 7 3 6 4 1 .207
2022 116.51.3 22 8 27 11 4 .224
3y Avg. 81.51.7 15 5 20 8 2 .230
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Productive in extra-innings loss

    Adell went 1-for-3 with a solo home run, two walks and a stolen base in Saturday's 3-2 extra-innings loss to the Rangers. Adell has gone 9-for-36 (.250) with four homers, nine RBI and one steal over his last 10 contests. The outfielder is up to eight homers, 21 RBI, 20 runs scored, eight steals, four doubles, a triple and a .250/.320/.528 slash line through 122 plate appearances. Adell had some brief moments of success in previous years, but he's finally doing enough to stick in a full-time role in right field in 2024.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Sitting Wednesday

    Adell isn't in the Angels' lineup for Wednesday's game versus St. Louis, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Adell will sit out the series finale after going 1-for-7 with a run scored and two strikeouts through the first two games. While he rests, Kevin Pillar will fill the open spot in right field while batting fifth.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Homers in second straight

    Adell went 1-for-4 with a three-run homer in Saturday's win over the Royals. Adell jumped on a hanging slider with two men on in the second and launched it 419 feet for his seventh home run of the season and the third in his last four games. The outfielder has also hit safely in five consecutive contests, racking up six RBI over that stretch to go along with five runs scored. Despite those impressive numbers, Adell is still batting just .176 in May and has recorded multiple hits in only one game this month.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Swats homer Friday

    Adell went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Friday's loss to Kansas City. Adell accounted for the Angels' only run with a 436-foot solo shot to center field. That held up until the ninth inning, when the Royals scored twice off Los Angeles closer Carlos Estevez to emerge with a comeback win. Adell has put together a modest four-game hitting streak, during which he has gone 5-for-15 with two homers and three RBI.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Goes deep Wednesday

    Adell went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and a additional RBI in Wednesday's 5-4 victory versus the Pirates. Adell put the Angels on the board with a solo shot to center field in the third inning, and he added a run-scoring single in the fifth. He finished with his first multi-hit game since April 27. With Mike Trout set to miss extended time due to knee surgery, Adell has become a near-everyday starter in the outfield. However, he's struggled so far this month, slashing .125/.185/.250 with seven strikeouts over seven games, though he does have three RBI and a pair of steals.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Swipes sixth bag

    Adell went 0-for-2 with a walk, a run and a stolen base in Saturday's loss to the Guardians. Adell has been quite aggressive on the basepaths this season, as he's already set a career high with six thefts, though he has also been caught five times, tied for most in the majors. With Mike Trout (knee) set to miss extended time, Adell should get the opportunity to start in the outfield on a near-everyday basis. The former top prospect is looking to finally break through at the major-league level, and he's fared pretty well so far this season with a .265/.320/.515 slash line, four homers, 11 RBI and 12 runs through 75 plate appearances.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Continues hot stretch

    Adell went 1-for-4 with a solo home run Monday in a 6-5 win against the Phillies. Adell batted out of the No. 2 spot for the first time this season and immediately made his presence felt with a solo homer in the first inning. The long ball was his second in three games, and he's knocked in five runs over that stretch. Adell has been swinging a hot bat since mid-April -- he's reached base safely in 10 straight contests and is slashing .407/.484/.815 with three home runs, eight RBI, five runs and a stolen base during that span.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Batting second Monday

    Adell will start in right field and bat second in Monday's contest versus the Phillies. It's Adell's seventh straight start in right field and the first time this season that he's batted higher than sixth. The 25-year-old is sporting a .327/.382/.592 batting line with three home runs and five stolen bases over his first 21 games this season and, perhaps most importantly, he's striking out at just a 23.6 percent clip. Adell came into this season with a career 35.4 percent strikeout rate at the major-league level.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Season-high three RBI in loss

    Adell went 3-for-4 with a home run and three RBI in Saturday's loss to the Twins. Adell launched a two-out, two-run homer in his first trip to the plate to bring the Angels back within two runs of Minnesota before adding an RBI single in his next at-bat, giving him a season-high three RBI in the contest. It also marked the outfielder's first three-hit performance of the campaign, and he's now tallied multiple hits in three of his last six games. Adell is batting .350 in April with three homers, nine RBI and eight runs scored.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Nabs third straight start

    Adell will start in right field and bat seventh in Wednesday's game against the Orioles, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. He'll be awarded a third consecutive start after going 3-for-6 with a home run, a double, two RBI and an additional run scored over the past two games, while also reaching base twice after being hit by pitches. Since he first broke into the big leagues in 2020, Adell has struggled to have much staying power in the majors while maintaining high strikeout rates, but he's shown some progression on that front so far this season. Through 39 plate appearances, Adell has struck out just eight times (20.5 percent).
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Homers, swipes bag in loss

    Adell went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and a stolen base Monday in a loss to the Orioles. Adell produced the Angels' first run with a solo homer in the seventh inning. He then helped in the team's attempt to try to rally in the ninth, leading off the frame with a hit-by-pitch, advancing to second on a single and subsequently stealing third, though he was ultimately stranded there. Adell continues to receive sporadic playing time -- this was just his second start in the Angels' past six contests -- but he's done well when on the field, slashing .281/.314/.531 with two home runs, five RBI, seven runs and six steals through 35 plate appearances.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Back to bench Wednesday

    Adell is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Rays, Erica Weston of Bally Sports West reports. Adell will head back to the bench after starting each of the last three games while going 2-for-10 with four strikeouts and getting caught on both of his stolen-base attempts. Despite the recent spike in starting opportunities, Adell shouldn't be viewed as anything more than a part-time player in the Anaheim outfield until he puts together a strong stretch of production at the plate.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Makes impact in Wednesday's loss

    Adell went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and a stolen base in Wednesday's 4-2 loss to the Rays. Getting the start in center field and batting seventh, Adell drove a Kevin Kelly sinker over the wall in right field for his first homer of the season. He then added a two-out single and a steal in the eighth, but he snuffed out the rally with a mental error -- he lost track of the count and over-ran the bag on his steal, thinking the batter had struck out. The 25-year-old outfielder is showing signs of finally putting it together in the majors, going 4-for-15 with a 1:2 BB:K, three steals, three RBI and four runs, but mistakes like Wednesday's won't endear him to manager Ron Washington. Still, with Aaron Hicks and Mickey Moniak both struggling at the plate, the door is open for Adell to claim a much larger role.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Starting in center field Wednesday

    Adell will start in center field and bat eighth in Wednesday's game in Miami. It's Adell's second start in six games, although he did come off the bench in Monday's contest, adding two steals and an RBI. While at-bats in the early going have been tough to come by so far for Adell, the team may eventually give him one last look in a regular role.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Swipes two bags Monday

    Adell went 1-for-2 with a run, an RBI and two stolen bases in Monday's 7-4 win against Miami. Adell began the game on the bench but came into the contest as a pinch hitter in the seventh inning. He flied out in his first at-bat before helping to generate a critical insurance run in the ninth inning when he singled, stole both second and third base, and crossed the plate on a balk. Adell has been used mostly as a pinch hitter or defensive replacement so far this season, as he's started only one game. There's a path for him to see more starts in right field, though Mickey Moniak and Aaron Hicks are also competing for playing time there.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Provides lone run with solo shot

    Adell went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Saturday's win over the Twins while also drawing a walk. Adell jumped on the first pitch he saw from Sonny Gray in the top of the fourth and launched it over the wall in center field, giving the Angels their only run of the game. The right fielder also drew a free pass on the afternoon and has now walked and scored at least one run in three straight games. The home run was Adell's third of the season and the second in his last three contests.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Rips second homer

    Adell went 2-for-3 with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored in Thursday's 5-4 loss against the Rays. Adell hit his second home run of the season, his first since June 8. The 24-year-old has started all three games since returning from an oblique injury Tuesday. Adell should receive a large share of playing time over the remaining nine Angels games and has a .936 OPS in 27 big-league plate appearances this year.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Kicks off rehab assignment

    Adell (oblique) began a rehab assignment Friday at Triple-A Salt Lake and went 3-for-9 with a home run, a double, two RBI and two additional runs between two games over the weekend. Adell's pair of games at Salt Lake were his first at any level since July 8, after he was shut down for more than two months while recovering from a left oblique strain. Given his lengthy absence, Adell could end up sticking with Salt Lake through the end of its season next Sunday to regain his timing at the plate. If all goes well, Adell may then be a candidate to return from the 60-day injured list for the final week of the Angels' season.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Rehabbing in Salt Lake

    Adell (oblique) reported to Triple-A Salt Lake last week to continue his rehab program, but he has yet to receive clearance for game action, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. "Where that puts him on a timeline for [a return] this year, I'm not sure," manager Phil Nevin said of Adell. "We'll see how the next few days go for him." Adell has been on the shelf since July 14 with a left oblique strain, but he resumed baseball activities at the Angels' spring training facility in Arizona in late August and appears set to continue those workouts in Utah. The Angels will presumably reassess Adell over the weekend before determining if he'll be ready to play in rehab games next week for the final six games of Salt Lake's season. If Adell is able to take part in those rehab games without incident, he could then be a realistic option to return from the Angels' 60-day injured list for the final week of the MLB season.
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  • Angels' Jo Adell: Hitting in cage

    Adell (oblique) has started hitting in the cage, and there is some hope he could return this season, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. He will be eligible to come off the 60-day injured list Sept. 7, but Adell probably needs at least a brief rehab assignment before he joins the big club; therefore, a mid-September return seems more likely than one in the early part of the month. Once fully healthy and active, it seems likely the Angels would give Adell opportunities down the stretch for internal evaluation purposes. Adell has a .271/.376/.580 slash line with 23 home runs and nine steals in 72 games at Triple-A this year. He struck out six times in 14 plate appearances in the big leagues.
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