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May 17, 2024 2 2 0 0
May 15, 2024 0 0 0 0 -1.5
May 14, 2024 1 1 1 3 8.5
May 13, 2024 0 0 0 0 -1
May 12, 2024 1 0 0 0 1

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Player Outlook
Logan O'Hoppe had an intriguing yet incomplete debut season with the Angels. He got off to a great start hitting .283 with 4 homers and 13 RBIs in the first few weeks of the season before a torn labrum in his non-throwing shoulder put him on the shelf until late August. He was a fantasy monster in the final month of the season with 9 homers, 16 runs, and 15 RBIs down the stretch from the catching position. So far, O'Hoppe has hit lefties (.293) much better than righties (.220) but the overall numbers in an abbreviated season are certainly enticing. O'Hoppe is in the lineup more for his offensive upside than his defensive abilities as he is a liability behind the plate in controlling the running game and is still learning to be a better pitch framer. The potential for a 25-30 homer season is in his bat, but the upside here certainly comes with risks of his defensive liabilities costing him at bats unless he DH's more now with Ohtani's departure.

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2024 782.1 15 3 19 8 .260
2023 1342.6 23 14 29 14 .236
2022 7.51.5 1 2 2 .286
3y Avg. 722.6 12 7 16 8 .245
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Smacks third homer

    O'Hoppe went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run and a walk in Tuesday's 7-6 loss to the Cardinals. O'Hoppe got the Angels back into the game with a fourth-inning blast off Sonny Gray. Since returning from a minor hand issue May 6, O'Hoppe has gone 9-for-31 (.290) with eight RBI over eight games. The catcher is at a .268/.321/.402 slash line with three homers, 19 RBI, 15 runs scored, six doubles and a triple over 37 contests this season.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Idle Friday

    O'Hoppe isn't in the Angels' lineup Friday versus the Royals. O'Hoppe will get a breather Friday after tallying six hits across his last three games. While he rests, Matt Thaiss will fill in as Los Angeles' backstop and bat sixth.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Back in lineup Monday

    O'Hoppe (hand) will start at catcher and bat fifth in Monday's game in Pittsburgh, Erica Weston of Bally Sports West reports. O'Hoppe exited Saturday's game against the Guardians after taking a foul tip off his right hand, but X-rays came back clean and he's ready to roll after resting Sunday. The young catcher is slashing .260/.317/.396 with two home runs over 29 games for the Angels this season.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Not starting Sunday

    O'Hoppe (hand) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Guardians. As expected, O'Hoppe will be on the bench for the day game to close out the series in Cleveland after he exited Saturday's 7-1 loss with a right hand contusion. Matt Thaiss will step in behind the plate for O'Hoppe, who should be viewed as day-to-day heading into Monday's series opener in Pittsburgh. According to Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register, O'Hoppe has already resumed throwing and was scheduled to take batting practice Sunday, so he could be available off the bench in an emergency.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Exits game with hand contusion

    O'Hoppe was removed from Saturday's game against the Guardians with a right hand contusion, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. O'Hoppe took a foul tip off his throwing hand in the bottom of the fourth inning. He initially remained in the game -- striking out in the top of the fifth -- before exiting prior to the bottom of the fifth. X-rays came back negative, so O'Hoppe can safely be called day-to-day. With an afternoon game coming Sunday, he would seem to be a safe bet to miss at least that contest.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Pushes average back up to .318

    O'Hoppe went 3-for-4 with a run in Monday's loss to Baltimore. O'Hoppe batted out of the No. 7 slot in the lineup and accounted for one of the team's two runs and for three of the team's eight hits. The backstop notched his fifth multi-hit game of the season and got his season batting average back up to .318 after a recent 2-for-18 skid. O'Hoppe also has two homers, seven RBI and eight runs over 74 plate appearances.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Gets rest day

    O'Hoppe is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Rays, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. He'll receive a breather for the day game after drawing starts at catcher both of the past two days. Matt Thaiss will check in behind the plate and will form a battery with starting pitcher Griffin Canning.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Not in lineup

    O'Hoppe isn't in the lineup for Wednesday's game versus the Rays, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. The Angels and Rays are playing a day game after a night game, so O'Hoppe will receive a day of rest. Matt Thaiss will step in as the Angels' starting catcher in the series finale.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Hammers grand slam

    O'Hoppe went 2-for-4 with a grand slam in Friday's loss to Boston. O'Hoppe's first home run of the year was a game-tying grand slam to dead center in the sixth inning. The skilled catcher is slashing .450/.542/.750 with three extra-base knocks and six RBI through 24 plate appearances. O'Hoppe has multiple hits in three of his seven appearances this season.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Gets first day off

    O'Hoppe is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Marlins, Erica Weston of Bally Sports West reports. He'll give way to Matt Thaiss behind the dish after catching each of the Angels' first three games of the season while going 3-for-7 with a pair of walks, an RBI and a run scored. Angels manager Ron Washington said in spring training that he's hopeful to get O'Hoppe between 125 to 135 starts at catcher this season, and the 24-year-old is roughly on pace thus far with three starts through four games.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Aims for 125-to-135 catcher starts

    Angels manager Ron Washington said Thursday that he's hoping to have O'Hoppe make 125-to-135 starts at catcher this season, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. It's a rough estimate by the skipper, and O'Hoppe could potentially make some additional starts at designated hitter. The 24-year-old backstop missed nearly four months with a torn labrum in his left shoulder last season but offered plenty of thump when in the lineup with 14 homers in just 51 games. Nine of those 14 longballs came in September. If he can stay healthy in 2024, O'Hoppe offers breakout potential.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Sitting Saturday

    O'Hoppe isn't in the Angels' lineup Saturday against the Twins, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. After belting a two-run homer during Friday's loss, O'Hoppe will get a day to rest while Chad Wallach starts behind the plate and bats eighth.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Pops homer in loss

    O'Hoppe went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in Friday's 6-3 loss to the Guardians. O'Hoppe has homered three times over 16 games since he returned from a shoulder injury. The catcher's sixth-inning blast got the Angels within a run Friday, but they couldn't pull even. He's up to seven long balls with a poor .223/.285/.446 slash line, 17 RBI and 10 runs scored across 123 plate appearances.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Sitting out Thursday

    O'Hoppe is not in the lineup Thursday against the Guardians, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. O'Hoppe had started each of the last three games, during which he went 2-for-11 with a double. He'll get a routine day off, with Chad Wallach stepping into the lineup to hit seventh while serving as the backstop.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Gets rest day

    O'Hoppe is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Athletics, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. O'Hoppe will get a breather in the series finale after he went 3-for-20 with a home run and a double while starting at catcher in each of the Halos' last five games. Chad Wallach will fill in for O'Hoppe behind the dish, forming a battery with starting pitcher Tyler Anderson.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Sitting out nightcap

    O'Hoppe isn't in the Angels' lineup for the nightcap of Wednesday's doubleheader against Cincinnati, Erica Weston of Bally Sports West reports. After a 1-for-5 effort in the first half of the twin bill, O'Hoppe will get a breather to close out Wednesday's action. Matt Thaiss will take over behind the dish and bat eighth.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Possible waiver wire pickups

    O'Hoppe has gone 0 for 9 in two games since returning from a four-month absence for a torn labrum in his non-throwing shoulder, bringing his season stat line down to size, but you should know he was batting .283 with an .886 OPS before then. That's because he was one of the only rookies to give us anything worthwhile in April, and seeing as it was at a weak position, his roster rate might not have dipped far below its 76 percent peak if we had any inkling he was returning. At the time, the injury was presumed to be a season-ender, but now that we know it's not, he has a chance to pick up where he left off. Again, the injury was to his non-throwing shoulder, meaning the one that doesn't supply his power. Meanwhile, he hit .375 (9 for 24) with three doubles on his rehab assignment.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Resting during afternoon game

    O'Hoppe will be on the bench for the first half of Saturday's doubleheader against Tampa Bay, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. O'Hoppe returned Friday from a shoulder injury which at one point seemed likely to keep him out for the entire season. The Angels are no doubt thrilled to have the young catcher back in action, but he was never going to be asked to start two games in one day even if he hadn't just returned from injury. Matt Thaiss starts behind the plate in the matinee, but O'Hoppe will likely return to the lineup for the nightcap.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Hitless in return

    O'Hoppe went 0-for-5 in a loss to the Rays on Friday. O'Hoppe made a quicker-than-expected return to the majors Friday following a stay on the 60-day injured list due to a torn labrum in his left shoulder. The 23-year-old showed some rust with the hitless performance, though that shouldn't prevent him from working as the Angels' primary catcher moving forward. The team designated Chad Wallach for assignment upon O'Hoppe's return, and backup backstop Matt Thaiss has struggled thus far in August, going 4-for-31 at the plate.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Batting fifth in return

    The Angels activated O'Hoppe (shoulder) from the 60-day injured list Friday. O'Hoppe will start at catcher and bat fifth against the Rays following a four-month absence to heal a torn labrum in his left (non-throwing) shoulder. The young backstop had posted an .886 OPS with four homers and 13 RBI in 16 games (53 plate appearances) prior to the April 20 injury, and he slashed .375/.464/.500 across 28 plate appearances on his recent eight-game minor-league rehab assignment.
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