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Batting Average
2024 .000
2023 189.52.5 33 19 47 21 .217
2022 2441.9 42 16 61 40 2 .205
3y Avg. 2322.2 43 19 54 38 1 .208
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Fantasy News

  • Brewers' Gary Sanchez: Targeting March 14 Cactus debut

    Sanchez (hand) could make his Cactus League debut March 14 against the Mariners, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. It's not clear whether the plan is to have him catch or serve as a designated hitter initially, but it will give Sanchez just under two weeks' worth of games to get ready for Opening Day. The 31-year-old has been eased into things this spring after injuring his hand in an offseason workout. Sanchez is projected to serve as Milwaukee's DH and backup catcher.
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  • Brewers' Gary Sanchez: Taking BP on Wednesday

    Sanchez (hand) will take batting practice Wednesday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Sanchez will be getting in his first BP of the spring, as he's slightly behind the Brewers' other position players in camp due to the right hand issue he suffered in an offseason workout. The 31-year-old -- who previously fractured the hand in September -- caught a live batting practice session Tuesday. At this stage, his ability to swing the bat comfortably may be of greater concern than his ability to play defense.
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  • Brewers' Gary Sanchez: Hand issue stalled deal

    Sanchez suffered a hand injury during a workout several weeks ago, which was the reason for the hold up with his contract, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. It was originally believed that Sanchez's right wrist -- which he fractured in September -- was what delayed the finalization of his deal with the Brewers. The 31-year-old backstop has already been cleared for baseball activities, so his hand (and wrist) shouldn't prevent him from seeing playing time during spring training, but it may be something to monitor going forward.
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  • Brewers' Gary Sanchez: Not ready for games yet

    Brewers manager Pat Murphy said Thursday that Sanchez (wrist) has been cleared for baseball activities but will need time to ramp up before playing in games, Sophia Minnaert of Bally Sports Wisconsin reports. Sanchez's signing with the Brewers was delayed about two weeks due to concerns about his right wrist -- which he fractured in September -- that cropped up during his physical. He ultimately had the guaranteed money in his contract reduced from $7 million to $3 million once the deal was finalized. However, the injury isn't severe enough to prevent Sanchez from working out, and it shouldn't be too long before he's cleared for Cactus League action. The 31-year-old is projected to back up William Contreras at catcher and could also see a significant number of starts at designated hitter.
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  • Brewers' Gary Sanchez: Finalizes deal with Milwaukee

    Sanchez finalized a one-year contract with the Brewers on Wednesday, with the deal guaranteeing him $3 million rather than the initial $7 million that the two sides had agreed upon two weeks earlier, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. The deal will feature incentives that will allow Sanchez to get back to the $7 million figure, provided he stays healthy after the Brewers had some concerns about his right wrist following a physical. The deal also contains a mutual option for 2025, according to Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sanchez batted .218/.292/.500 with 19 homers over just 260 plate appearances last season with the Padres. He's slated to see ample time at designated hitter while also backing up William Contreras at catcher.
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  • Brewers' Gary Sanchez: Close to finalizing deal

    Sanchez hasn't officially signed a one-year deal with the Brewers, but the two sides are close to finalizing a contract as of Tuesday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. Jon Heyman of the New York Post was first to report Feb. 7 that Sanchez had reached an agreement with the Brewers, but the deal has been put on hold temporarily after Milwaukee expressed concern about Sanchez's right wrist following a physical. It's possible that Sanchez's wrist issues will result in him signing for less than the $7 million salary that was originally reported, but he may still be able to reach that figure via incentives. The 31-year-old catcher is expected to see significant time at designated hitter in 2024 while serving as top backstop William Contreras' backup.
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  • Brewers' Gary Sanchez: Not in Brewers camp

    Sanchez did not report to Brewers camp Wednesday with the rest of the team's pitchers and catchers, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. He has still not arrived as of Friday and there's no word on when or if his reported one-year, $7 million contract will be finalized. Rosiak speculated Wednesday that negotiations might still be ongoing. Assuming the deal does eventually become official, Sanchez is expected to see plenty of action at designated hitter as well as backing up William Contreras at catcher.
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  • Brewers' Gary Sanchez: Signs with Milwaukee

    Sanchez signed a one-year, $7 million contract with the Brewers on Wednesday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. Sanchez spent most of last season with the Padres, slashing .218/.292/.500 with 19 homers and 46 RBI after being claimed by the team in late May. The 31-year-old was particularly effective against lefties, putting up a .984 OPS over 79 plate appearances. Now with Milwaukee, Sanchez will likely receive most of his at-bats at designated hitter while also giving the Crew another option at catcher behind starter William Contreras.
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  • Padres' Gary Sanchez: Officially lands on IL

    Sanchez was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday, retroactive to Sept. 7, with a right wrist fracture. Sanchez's season is now officially over after he broke his wrist earlier this week. He slugged 19 home runs in just 260 plate appearances with the Padres, which could be enough to land him a major-league contract this winter after he bounced around in 2023.
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  • Padres' Gary Sanchez: Has fractured wrist

    Padres manager Bob Melvin said Wednesday that Sanchez has a fractured wrist, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports. With less than a month left in the season, a fractured wrist likely spells the end of Sanchez's 2023 campaign. He slashed .220/.292/.504 across 257 plate appearances upon joining the Padres in late May. Luis Campusano figures to take over as San Diego's primary catcher for the remainder of the year.
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  • Padres' Gary Sanchez: Takes seat Tuesday

    Sanchez is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Phillies. Luis Campusano (groin) will return at catcher and bat sixth. Sanchez went 1-for-4 with an RBI double and a walk in the Padres' loss to Philadelphia on Monday.
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  • Padres' Gary Sanchez: Out of Sunday's lineup

    Sanchez is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Giants, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Sanchez is in the midst of a five-game hit streak during which he's gone 6-for-17 with a double and two homers, but he finds himself on the bench for the second time in San Diego's past three games. Luis Campusano has also hit well with an .856 OPS this season and will work behind the plate Sunday.
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  • Padres' Gary Sanchez: Takes seat Friday

    Sanchez is not in the lineup Friday versus the Giants. Luis Campusano will start at catcher while Manny Machado takes a turn as the Padres' designated hitter and Matthew Batten covers third base. Sanchez is sitting on a four-game hitting streak and has tallied 18 homers and 44 RBI in 68 games for San Diego.
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  • Padres' Gary Sanchez: Sitting again Wednesday

    Sanchez is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game in St. Louis. Luis Campusano caught all 10 innings of Tuesday's loss to the Cardinals but is back behind the plate even with Wednesday being a day game after a night game. Sanchez has homered six times in August and had started five of the previous six contests before sitting in two straight.
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  • Padres' Gary Sanchez: Out of lineup Tuesday

    Sanchez is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Cardinals. Luis Campusano will start at catcher and bat seventh for the visiting Padres. Manny Machado is taking a turn as the DH and hitting third. Sanchez went 1-for-5 with a double in Monday's series opener in St. Louis and is slashing .216/.289/.500 with 18 homers and 44 RBI through 66 games for San Diego.
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  • Padres' Gary Sanchez: Goes yard Sunday

    Sanchez went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in Sunday's 10-6 loss to the Brewers. Sanchez put the Padres ahead 3-1 in the second inning with his blast, which was his sixth homer over 16 games in August. For the month, he's still batting just .241 (13-for-54), but he's been locked in from a power perspective. Overall, the catcher is at a .215/.287/.493 slash line with 18 long balls, 45 RBI, 32 runs scored and seven doubles over 68 contests between the Mets and the Padres this season.
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  • Padres' Gary Sanchez: Sitting Saturday

    Sanchez isn't in the Padres' lineup Saturday against Milwaukee. After belting his 17th homer of the season in Friday's loss, Sanchez will begin Saturday's contest in the dugout. Luis Campusano will take Sanchez's place behind the dish and bat sixth.
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  • Padres' Gary Sanchez: Belts 17th homer

    Sanchez went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in a loss to Milwaukee on Friday. Sanchez struck out in his first three at-bats before crushing a two-run shot to left field in the ninth inning. The long ball was his fifth through 14 games in August and his 17th overall this season, sixth most among all MLB catchers. That total is particularly impressive given that Sanchez didn't play his first game of the campaign until May 21. However, Sanchez remains a batting-average liability in fantasy, as he's posting a .210 mark on the season.
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  • Padres' Gary Sanchez: Sitting for Game 1

    Sanchez isn't in the Padres' lineup for the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against Arizona, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. After going 0-for-5 across his last two games, Sanchez will yield catching duties to Luis Campusano for the first game of Saturday's action. The 30-year-old backstop figures to return for the nightcap.
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  • Padres' Gary Sanchez: On bench Thursday

    Sanchez is out of the lineup Thursday against the Diamondbacks. Sanchez started at catcher in the final two games of the Padres' previous three-game set against the Orioles. Luis Campusano will get the call behind the plate in Thursday's series opener versus Arizona. Manny Machado is occupying the DH role as Ha-Seong Kim covers third base.
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