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Mitch Haniger

RF | Seattle Mariners
Bats / Throws: R / R
Age: 27 (1990-12-23)
Ht / Wt: 6'2" / 215 lbs.

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5/23:Seattle Mariners outfielder Mitch Haniger (wrist) is out of the starting lineup for Wednesday's contest. However, Nelson Cruz (elbow) is back in the Mariners lineup against the Athletics. Haniger left Tuesday's game after getting hit on the arm by a pitch. The X-rays came back negative, but it appears the Mariners want to be cautious with Haniger. This sounds like a day-to-day injury and Haniger should remain owned in just about every league.--Andy Webb - RotoBaller
Source: Ryan Divish

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  • @GregJohnsMLB: Rookie called up from Tacoma to start in right tonight. Here’s the latest on Haniger and Segura.
  • @RyanDivish: Update with quotes from Andreoli and Servais.

    Also updates on Haniger and Segura sliding into home headfirst.
  • @shannondrayer: Haniger hit in the cages and all went well. Just a small mark on his wrist. Expects to play tomorrow.
  • @RyanDivish: Haniger hit in the cages. He said he’d be ready to play tomorrow.
  • @shannondrayer: Haniger and a trainer are heading out to the batting cages right now. Should get a report shortly.
  • @GregJohnsMLB: Mariners-A’s lineups. Nelson Cruz back in, but Haniger now out. John Andreoli making MLB debut in right field.
  • @GregJohnsMLB: Another day, another Mariner injury question.
  • @shannondrayer: I would imagine Cruz is back tomorrow, Haniger could be a couple of days, no idea on Segura.
  • @RyanDivish: Haniger got hit just above his wrist on the forearm. He thinks it could be a couple of days.
  • @shannondrayer: Haniger had ice on his right wrist, Segura on his left shoulder yet somehow the Mariners pull out the 3-2 win. Hani…
  • @GregJohnsMLB: Another lost player (Haniger), but another win 3-2 over A’s in 10). Mariners with 4th straight victory, now 28-19.…
  • @RyanDivish: No Cano, no Cruz, no Gordon, no Haniger. Mariners still win 3-2.
  • @GregJohnsMLB: Haniger wrist x-rays negative and he’s “day to day.” Worth noting that Jayson Werth removed mid-game in Tacoma. He’…
  • @shannondrayer: X-rays on Haniger negative, he is day to day.
  • @RyanDivish: x-rays negative on Haniger
  • @RyanDivish: @RealRyanMesick Went back and checked. Haniger was hit with a 91.2 mph two-seamer not an offspeed pitch. So my word choice stands
  • @RyanDivish: So ... that means Gordon, Cano, Cruz and now Haniger out of the lineup tonight.
  • @RyanDivish: Andrew Romine is in right field for the Mariners replacing Haniger, who was hit by a pitch.
  • @shannondrayer: Romine in right. Haniger got hit on the hand earlier.
  • @RyanDivish: Mitch Haniger gets smoked by a pitch in the back elbow.
  • @RyanDivish: RT @SeaTimesSports: Mitch Haniger made an INSANE grab last night. He has some advice for fans on what to do the next time a player leaps in…
  • @shannondrayer: Gordon is dealing with a sore toe, still scores the winning run.

    Bullpen comes through with Nicasio, Pazos, Cook,…
  • @ByBobDutton: RT @GregJohnsMLB: Mariners with a walkoff win -- Jean Segura singles home Dee Gordon to beat TIgers 3-2 in 11th. M's pulled this one out af…
  • @GregJohnsMLB: Mariners with a walkoff win -- Jean Segura singles home Dee Gordon to beat TIgers 3-2 in 11th. M's pulled this one…
  • @RyanDivish: Video of the Haniger homer.

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