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2022 2142.3 49 13 34 25 11 .211
2021 2392.7 43 14 39 27 12 .246
3y Avg. 193.52.4 40 11 33 25 8 .224
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Settles with Oakland

    Laureano agreed to a one-year, $3.55 million contract with the Athletics on Friday to avoid arbitration, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Laureano missed the early part of last season while serving a PED suspension and missed the final couple weeks of the campaign with hamstring and hip issues. The 28-year-old struggled when healthy with a .211/.287/.376 slash line in 94 games, but he'll nonetheless receive a raise for his first year of arbitration eligibility.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Recovering from PRP injection

    Laureano (hamstring), who's already ruled out for the remainder of the season, recently received a PRP injection in his right hip, the Associated Press reports. A right hamstring strain is what has ended Laureano's season early, but the outfielder also opted to try and address some right hip discomfort now that he's been ruled out for the season. Laureano will begin a rehab program with team trainers this week ahead of what's expected to be a normal offseason.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Deemed unlikely to return in '22

    Athletics manager Mark Kotsay said Wednesday he doesn't expect Laureano (hamstring) to return before the end of the regular season, the Associated Press reports. Laureano's stint on the injured list began Sunday, which would leave him just enough time to return for a handful of games in before the conclusion of the campaign. However, Kotsay threw cold water on that notion Wednesday, remarking "I'm kind of sure it's going to be a season-ending (injury)," with respect to Laureano's hamstring strain. The A's skipper did confirm the 28-year-old would begin a rehab program in coming days with the goal of being able to have a normal offseason.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Return this season not certain

    Laureano (hamstring) continues be evaluated, and it remains unclear whether he'll be able to return before the conclusion of the regular season, the Associated Press reports. Laureano went on the injured list Sunday with a right hamstring strain amidst a very difficult start to September, where he'd hit just .108 across his first 10 games of the month. If the curtain is indeed ultimately closed on the 28-year-old's 2022 campaign, it's one he'll be eager to put behind him after it began with him completing an 80-game PED suspension carried over from last season and then led to a career-worst .211/.287/.376 slash line across 94 games.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: To IL with hamstring strain

    Laureano was placed on the 10-day injured list Sunday with a right hamstring strain. Laureano is hitting .108 with 15 strikeouts and zero walks in 10 games this month. Cristian Pache should get steady run in center field while Laureano is out.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Not starting Saturday

    Laureano will be on the bench Saturday against the Astros. Laureano started nine of the last 10 games since his return from an oblique strain, struggling to a .108/.175/.216 line and 0:15 BB:K over that stretch. Cristian Pache will be the center fielder Saturday, while Seth Brown starts in right.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Swipes 11th bag Friday

    Laureano went 0-for-1 with a hit-by-pitch and a stolen base in a loss to the Astros on Friday. Laureano was eventually replaced by Chad Pinder in right field, but he was able to contribute a steal after getting plunked by Justin Verlander. The outfielder remains mired in a significant slump, however, as he owns a .108 average, .391 OPS and 37.5 percent strikeout rate across the last 10 games.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Homers on second chance

    Laureano went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in a 10-3 victory over the White Sox on Sunday. With White Sox starter Johnny Cueto laboring in the fifth inning, Laureano hit a routine foul pop up in what appeared to be the third out of the inning. However, Leurys Garcia dropped the ball in a fielding error which allowed Laureano to stay alive. Laureano then took Cueto deep for his 13th home run of the season. The home run is only Laureano's second hit over his past 22 at-bats since coming off the IL (oblique) and comes after he expressed his frustration in the dugout this past weekend.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Resting Sunday

    Laureano is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the White Sox. Laureano will get a breather after he went 1-for-18 with eight strikeouts while starting in each of Oakland's last five games following his return from the injured list Tuesday. Cristian Pache will spell Laureano in center field in the series finale.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Gets on twice in return

    Laureano (oblique), reinstated from the injured list earlier in the day, went 1-for-4 with an RBI single, a hit-by-pitch and a run in a loss to Atlanta on Tuesday. Laureano appeared no worse for wear while playing a full game in his center field, and he was able to contribute offensively in the high-scoring loss. Now apparently back to full health, the 28-year-old will look to gather some momentum heading into the offseason after what has been a forgettable suspension- and injury-shortened campaign, one where he's mustered a middling .224/.302/.393 slash line across 85 games.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Returns from IL

    Laureano (oblique) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Tuesday. Laureano has been sidelined by the oblique strain since Aug. 14, but he's been cleared to rejoin the A's after a three-game rehab stint in the minors. The 28-year-old has a career-worst .695 OPS through 343 plate appearances this year and will attempt to finish the season strong now that he's healthy.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Second straight rehab game Sunday

    Laureano (oblique) played seven innings for Single-A Stockton in right field Saturday and will serve as the designated hitter on Sunday before potentially rejoining the Athletics on Tuesday, the team's official site reports. Laureano went 0-for-4 in the Ports' loss to San Jose, but of overriding importance was the fact he was able to play nearly a full game on defense without any apparent setbacks. Assuming the 28-year-old swings the bat pain-free in his DH role Sunday, it appears he'll have a clear path to Tuesday activation ahead of the first game of an interleague series with Atlanta.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Rehab assignment imminent

    Laureano (oblique) will begin a rehab assignment at Single-A Stockton on Thursday, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Laureano has been on the IL since mid-August due to a left oblique strain, and he backed off his rehab program last week due to some general body soreness. However, he's slated to serve as the designated hitter at Stockton on Thursday prior to playing in the outfield Saturday. The Athletics will monitor his progress after each game, but it's possible that Laureano is activated from the IL as sometime next week.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Won't return during road trip

    Athletics manager Mark Kotsay said that Laureano (oblique) won't travel with the team for its six-game, two-city road trip that begins Tuesday, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Laureano will instead continue to rehab his left oblique strain back in Oakland during the upcoming week before potentially heading out on a minor-league rehab assignment if he responds well to the activity. With Laureano not on track to return from the 10-day injured list until at least the second week of September, he'll be tough to justify holding in the majority of redraft leagues, especially after he had hit just .223 with 12 home runs, 10 stolen bases, 29 RBI and 44 runs in 84 games prior to landing on the shelf Aug. 16.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Backs off rehab Wednesday

    Laureano (oblique) backed off his rehab program slightly Wednesday after experiencing what manager Mark Kotsay labeled as "general body soreness" following recent activity, the Associated Press reports. Laureano had encouragingly progressed to both taking swings and running on the field by Tuesday, activities that had been preceded by playing catch Sunday. While it appears the cumulative effect of the ramp-up caught up with Laureano a bit Wednesday, Kotsay noted he expected the outfielder to return to his normal program Thursday.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Ramps up activity Tuesday

    Laureano (oblique) took swings and did some running on the field before Tuesday's game against the Marlins, the Associated Press reports. Manager Mark Kotsay noted Laureano continues to report feeling "great" after every session of baseball activities he completes during his recovery process. The Athletics skipper added that the outfielder is likely to progress to hitting off a velocity machine toward the end of this week as his next step, and the prevailing thought is that Laureano will not need a rehab assignment before being activated.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Plays catch Sunday

    Laureano (oblique) played catch prior to Sunday's game against the Mariners, the Associated Press reports. The recovering outfielder had also taken 15 swings in the batting cage prior to Saturday's game, so the fact he was able to engage in throwing a day later is encouraging. Despite the progress over the weekend, however, it remains to be seen if Laureano will be able to return from his Grade 1 strain when first eligible Thursday.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Takes swings in cage

    Laureano (oblique) took 15 swings against air in the batting cage Saturday, the Associated Press reports. The activity is an important first step for the outfielder in his hitting program as he recovers from his oblique strain. Laureano reported being pleased with how he felt afterward, and he could potentially up his activity level early in the week.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Heads to injured list

    The Athletics placed Laureano on the 10-day injured list Tuesday with a left oblique strain. The injury Laureano sustained in Sunday's 6-3 loss to the Astros was previously described as left side soreness, but follow-up tests evidently revealed a more serious issue. Depending on the severity of Laureano's oblique strain, he could be at risk of being sidelined well beyond the minimum 10 days, which might make him a drop candidate in the majority of fantasy leagues at this stage of the season. Even before the injury surfaced, Laureano had struggled to meet expectations for fantasy managers. Over 343 plate appearances, he's produced a .223 average, 12 home runs, 10 stolen bases, 44 runs and 29 RBI.
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  • Athletics' Ramon Laureano: Not starting Monday

    Laureano (side) isn't in the lineup Monday against the Rangers. Laureano was removed from Sunday's game against Houston due to left side soreness, and he'll be out of the lineup for at least one matchup. Whether he's available off the bench remains to be seen, but Skye Bolt will start in right field and bat sixth.
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