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Jun 12, 2024 1 0 0 0 0.5
Jun 11, 2024 0 0 0 0 -0.5
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Jun 7, 2024 1 0 0 0 -1

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Gabriel Arias received a taste of the majors in 2022 and followed up with his first extended look last season, and he finished with a .210/.275/.352 slash line, 10 homers, 26 RBI and 36 runs in 122 games. His swing-and-miss issues in the minors unsurprisingly followed him to the big leagues, as he struck out at a 32.8 percent clip. He provides strong and versatile defense and saw action at all four infield positions in addition to right field, with most of his action coming between shortstop and first base. Arias is likely to stick on Cleveland's Opening Day roster in 2024, but he'll likely need to flash more offensively in order to have more than a utility role.

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2024 56.51.3 12 2 11 5 4 .214
2023 147.51.2 36 10 26 28 3 .210
2022 322 9 1 5 8 1 .192
3y Avg. 59.51.3 15 4 10 12 1 .207
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Pops second homer

    Arias went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Marlins. Arias saw a run of playing time in late May and early June, but he's slipped back into a utility role over the last week. The infielder has gone a modest 6-for-28 (.214) over his last 10 contests, though he's recorded three extra-base hits in that span. Arias is slashing .215/.250/.339 with two homers, four stolen bases, 11 RBI, 12 runs scored, seven doubles and a triple over 128 plate appearances this season.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Garners fifth straight start

    Arias will start at third base and bat sixth in Sunday's game against the Nationals. Arias will stick in the lineup for a fifth consecutive game, this time filling in at third base while Jose Ramirez gets a day out of the field and serves as Cleveland's designated hitter. In addition to the hot corner, Arias picked up starts at second base, shortstop and in right field over the previous four games. The Guardians faced left-handed starters in three of those contests, and though Arias should be a fixture in the lineup versus lefties, he'll likely serve as more of a part-time player when Cleveland opposes righties.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Swipes bag in win

    Arias went 2-for-5 with a double, an RBI, a stolen base and a run scored in Friday's 10-4 win over the Angels. Arias had gone 5-for-34 (.147) over his first 14 games in May, so it's no surprise his playing time has been sparse lately. His last multi-hit effort was April 20. The 24-year-old is sporting a poor .224/.248/.337 slash line with one home run, four steals, nine RBI, 10 runs scored, six doubles and a triple over 101 plate appearances in a utility role.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Picks up steal

    Arias went 1-for-4 with a stolen base in Friday's 6-2 loss to Atlanta. Arias' last four starts have been evenly split between second and third, providing opportunities for Jose Ramirez and Andres Gimenez to get rest. Arias is off to a solid start this season in a utility role, slashing .278/.304/.426 with three steals, one home run, eight RBI and seven runs scored across 56 plate appearances. He's already played at six different positions this season, so he should be able to be in the lineup semi-regularly despite lacking a single obvious path to playing time.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Sitting in second straight

    Arias is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Red Sox. Arias made six consecutive starts from April 13 through 18, but he's now been back on the bench three times in the Guardians' ensuing five games. Though Arias is maintaining a respectable .781 OPS over 48 plate appearances on the season, he looks like he'll have to settle for a part-time role for now while Cleveland continues to stick with Brayan Rocchio as its primary shortstop.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Rewarded with fifth straight start

    Arias will start in center field and bat seventh in Wednesday's game against the Red Sox. After making just four starts in the Guardians' first 13 games, Arias now finds himself in the lineup for a fifth straight contest. Though he doesn't have a direct path to a starting role at any one spot while the Guardians are seemingly committed to Brayan Rocchio as their primary shortstop, Arias has made it tough for manager Stephen Vogt to take him out of the lineup while he's wielding a hot bat. Over his last four games, Arias has gone 8-for-16 with five extra-base hits (three doubles, one triple and one home run) and one walk.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Homer shy of cycle

    Arias went 3-for-4 with a triple, a double, one RBI and one run scored in Monday's 6-0 win over the Red Sox. Arias came up a home run short of a cycle, but it was still another excellent game for the utility man. He's gone 6-for-10 over his last three contests, with four of those hits going for extra bases. Monday's strong performance lifted his batting average to .308, and he's added a stolen base, five RBI and five runs scored through 27 plate appearances. Arias doesn't have a path to everyday at-bats yet, but he's putting the pressure on Brayan Rocchio, as shortstop has been the weak spot in the Guardians' infield so far.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Homers in Sunday's win

    Arias went 2-for-3 with a solo home run, a walk and two total runs scored in Sunday's 8-7 extra-inning win over the Yankees. Arias' playing time has been limited this season as he serves in a utility role off the bench. He got a start at shortstop Sunday and delivered with his first homer and second extra-base hit of the season. The 24-year-old also made defensive shifts to first base and right field during the contest. He's hitting just .227 with four RBI, four runs scored and a stolen base over 23 plate appearances. With Brayan Rocchio batting .217 so far, there could be a chance for Arias to avenge his position battle loss from spring training as the regular season progresses.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Set for utility role

    Guardians manager Stephen Vogt announced Friday that Brayan Rocchio will begin the season as the club's primary shortstop, pushing Arias into a utility role, Tom Withers of the Associated Pressreports. Arias had a chance to win the shortstop job but posted a .623 OPS across 37 plate appearances during spring training. The 24-year-old will still make the roster as a utility option, but he likely won't see enough playing time to be relevant in most fantasy formats.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Rejoins lineup

    Arias (illness) is starting at shortstop and batting fifth in Friday's Cactus League game against the Royals. Arias hasn't seen the field since last weekend due to an illness, but he's back in action for Friday's spring contest. The 24-year-old appears poised to begin the season as Cleveland's primary shortstop, though his .210/.275/.352 slash line and 32.8 percent strikeout rate likely won't bring much job security.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Scratched with illness

    Arias was scratched from Sunday's Cactus League lineup versus the Reds due to an illness, Mandy Bell of MLB.comreports. Arias is feeling under the weather and won't play as scheduled Sunday, but he should be back in action soon. The 24-year-old had a .627 OPS in 122 games last season and could being 2024 as Cleveland's primary shortstop, though he's not likely to have much security in that role.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Batting cleanup Sunday

    Arias (wrist) will bat in the cleanup spot for Sunday's spring training game against the Mariners. Arias' 2023 season came to an abrupt end after he sustained a fractured right wrist in late September. He finished last season batting .210/.275/.352 with 10 home runs and 26 RBI over 345 plate appearances.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Suffers fractured wrist

    Cleveland placed Arias on the 10-day injured list Wednesday with a fractured right wrist. Arias suffered the injury in the fourth inning of Tuesday's loss to the Reds and will finish the 2023 campaign with a .210/.275/.352 slash line, 10 homers, 26 RBI, three steals and 36 runs in 122 major-league games. Brayan Rocchio has been summoned from Triple-A Columbus to help out at shortstop.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Out of Sunday's lineup

    Arias is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Orioles. Arias is hitting .167 with a 34.1 percent strikeout rate over his past 11 games and will take a seat for Sunday's series finale. Jose Tena will start at shortstop and bat ninth.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: On bench Wednesday

    Arias is out of the lineup Wednesday versus the Royals. Arias will be on the bench for the third time in seven games. Prior to that span, the 23-year-old had appeared in 13 consecutive games. Jose Tena will start in his place at shortstop and bat eighth.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Sitting Saturday

    Arias is not in Saturday's lineup against the Rangers. Arias appears to be receiving a routine day of rest, though he's now sat out two of the team's last five games. Jose Tena will take over at shortstop and hit ninth.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Nabs steal in win

    Arias went 2-for-5 with a stolen base and a run scored in Friday's 12-3 win over the Rangers. Arias has picked up steady playing time in September, but he's batting just .231 (12-for-52) over 13 games this month. Most of his playing time is coming at shortstop, and it's a positive sign he's sticking in the lineup when the Guardians are at virtually full health. The infielder is essentially learning on the job, given his .213/.282/.354 slash line with nine home runs, three steals, 21 RBI and 34 runs scored through 115 contests overall.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Two-run blast in win

    Arias went 2-for-5 with a two-run homer and two runs scored in Saturday's 7-6 victory over the Rays. Arias singled in his first at-bat before adding a two-run homer in the bottom of the fourth to put the Guardians up 4-1. He's now racked up multiple hits in back-to-back games and in four of his last eight, adding five RBI over that latter stretch to go along with nine runs scored. On the downside, the utility man has also struck out 12 times over his last nine games while drawing only one walk.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Gets Sunday off

    Arias is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Blue Jays. Arias will get a much-needed breather after he started in each of Cleveland's last 13 games, seeing action at all the infield spots except second base during that stretch. Tyler Freeman will get the nod at shortstop Sunday, but Arias is expected to operate as the primary option at the position in the wake of Brayan Rocchio's recent demotion to Triple-A Columbus.
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  • Guardians' Gabriel Arias: Clubs seventh homer

    Arias went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Wednesday's 7-2 loss to the Reds. Arias' fifth-inning blast cut the Guardians' deficit to three runs, but they didn't score again. Arias has just six hits over 12 games in August, but three of those knocks have gone over the fence. He's slashing .199/.286/.342 with seven homers, a stolen base, 13 RBI and 20 runs scored through 220 plate appearances. The 23-year-old has seen time at first base, shortstop and third base in the last week, filling a utility role while still being a part of the regular lineup most of the time.
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