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Red Sox's Adam Duvall: Launches first spring HR
Duvall went 1-for-2 with a solo home run in Sunday's spring game against the Yankees.
Duvall had been hitless over his first six Grapefruit League games (14 plate appearances) before going on a three-game hit streak that included his first spring home run and extra-base hit. A corner outfielder for most of his career, the 34-year-old Duvall will be tasked to play a majority of innings in center field, a position normally reserved for younger legs. He began a transition to center field in 2021 and played a career-high 382 innings there last season. Duvall's coming off wrist surgery and a down year, so when you add in playing one of the diamond's more challenging positions, he's a risky bet in 2023.... See More ... See Less
Red Sox's Adam Duvall: Good to go for spring
Duvall (wrist) said Tuesday at his introductory press conference with the Red Sox that he'll be "full go" for spring training, Gabrielle Star of the Boston Herald reports.
Duvall, who joined the Red Sox on a one-year, $7 million deal, didn't see any action for Atlanta after July 23 of last year due to a left wrist injury that ultimately required season-ending surgery. Fortunately for Duvall, the surgery was to his non-dominant wrist, which offers hope that he might bounce back in the power department after he saw a 75-point drop in his isolated slugging from 2021 before opting for the season-ending surgery. The Red Sox are planning to install Duvall as their primary center fielder in 2023, and given that the 34-year-old has spent most of his career as a corner outfielder, showing up to spring training at full health should give him ample time to adapt well to the position change.... See More ... See Less
Red Sox's Adam Duvall: Gets one-year deal from BoSox
Duvall (wrist) agreed Wednesday with the Red Sox on a one-year, $7 million contract that includes up to $3 million in playing time-based incentives, Craig Mish of SportsGrid.com reports.
According to Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican, the Red Sox envision Duvall settling in as their everyday center fielder, even though 90 percent of the 34-year-old's career innings in the outfield have come at a corner spot. Duvall graded out adequately as a defender in the innings he played in center for Atlanta in 2022, but he saw his isolated power take a major dip following a 38-homer 2021 campaign before he underwent season-ending surgery in late July to address a torn tendon sheath in his left wrist. Duvall should be at close to full health for spring training, and the Red Sox are hoping that he can rediscover his power stroke while essentially stepping into the lineup as a replacement for Trevor Story. Enrique Hernandez, who had regularly played in center field in 2022, is expected to play regularly at shortstop while Story is likely sidelined for most of the first half of the season.... See More ... See Less
Braves' Adam Duvall: Shifted to 60-day IL
Duvall (wrist) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Wednesday.
Duvall was moved to the 60-day IL in order to open a roster spot for Vaughn Grissom, who had his contract selected Wednesday. Duvall remains out for the remainder of the season while recovering from a surgery on his left wrist.... See More ... See Less
Braves' Adam Duvall: Requires season-ending surgery
Duvall, who was placed on the 10-day injured list Sunday, will undergo surgery on his left wrist and miss the rest of the season, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
Duvall exited Saturday's contest with left wrist discomfort, but he's since been diagnosed with a torn tendon sheath and will be out for the rest of 2022. The 33-year-old will finish the campaign with a .213/.276/.401 slash line, 12 home runs, and 36 RBI in 86 games.... See More ... See Less
Braves' Adam Duvall: Placed on 10-day IL
Duvall (wrist) was placed on the 10-day injured list Sunday, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
After leaving Saturday's contest against the Angels early with left wrist discomfort, it was determined that Duvall suffered a sprain and he will now be unavailable until early August while on the IL. Mike Ford was recalled from Triple-A Gwinnett on Sunday to replace him on the active roster.... See More ... See Less
Braves' Adam Duvall: Leaves game with wrist soreness
Duvall left Saturday's game against the Angels in the third inning with left wrist soreness.
Duvall went 0-for-1 in his only at-bat in Saturday's contest before leaving. It's unclear when he tweaked the wrist, but he can be considered day-to-day moving forward. Guillermo Heredia replaced him in left field.... See More ... See Less
Braves' Adam Duvall: Big power display Friday
Duvall went 3-for-5 with a double, a solo home run and a second run scored in Friday's 8-4 win over the Nationals.
His ninth-inning blast off Kyle Finnegan capped the scoring for Atlanta. Since returning from the paternity list early in the week, Duvall has gone yard twice in three games to give him 12 homers and 35 RBI on the year, but his .211/.275/.401 slash line given him limited fantasy value in shallower formats.... See More ... See Less
Braves' Adam Duvall: Takes seat Thursday
Duvall isn't starting Thursday against the Nationals.
Duvall is getting a breather after he went 1-for-7 with a two-run homer and four strikeouts over the last two games. Eddie Rosario will take over in left field and bat fifth.... See More ... See Less
Braves' Adam Duvall: Not starting Monday
Duvall will sit Monday against the Mets.
Although he was activated from the paternity list Monday, Duvall will remain out of the lineup for the fifth consecutive game. Eddie Rosario will get the start in left field and bat sixth against the Mets.... See More ... See Less
Braves' Adam Duvall: Activated from paternity list
Atlanta reinstated Duvall (personal) from the paternity list Monday.
Duvall will rejoin Atlanta ahead of its series against the Mets on Monday following the birth of his child. The outfielder has started only one game this month after nursing a hand injury to open July and then going on the paternity list. Overall, Duvall has notched at least one hit in eight of his last nine games, going 7-for-24 with two homers, five RBI and four runs over that stretch.... See More ... See Less
Braves' Adam Duvall: Moves to paternity list
Duvall was placed on the paternity list Friday.
Duvall will step away from the team for a few days in order to spend time with his growing family. The paternity list has a three-day minimum, but he should be back for Monday's series opener versus the Mets. Eddie Rosario, William Contreras and Guillermo Heredia are the likely candidates to see increased playing time this weekend with Duvall unavailable.... See More ... See Less
Braves' Adam Duvall: Back in lineup Thursday
Duvall (hand) is starting in left field and batting seventh Thursday versus the Cardinals.
As expected, Duvall will make his return to the lineup Thursday following a four-game absence with a hand injury. Prior to getting injured, the outfielder owned a five-game hit streak, going 6-for-20 with two homers, five RBI and four runs over those contests.... See More ... See Less
Braves' Adam Duvall: Should return Thursday
Manager Brian Snitker said Duvall (hand), who is out of the lineup Wednesday, is expected to start Thursday's series finale versus the Cardinals, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
The 33-year-old is sitting out the fourth straight game Wednesday due to the left hand injury, but he's poised to rejoin the starting nine Thursday. Duvall struggled through the first two months of the season but came alive offensively in June with a .864 OPS, eight home runs and 15 RBI in 27 games.... See More ... See Less
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