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2023 149.51.7 31 1 28 33 7 .248
2022 1212.1 25 6 21 15 1 .307
3y Avg. 1171.8 26 3 20 22 3 .267
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Collects two RBIs in win

    Refsynder went 1-for-2 with two RBIs in Boston's 7-6 win over Philadelphia on Monday. Refsynder smashed an RBI single in the bottom of the first inning and hit a ground ball that resulted in another run scored for Boston later in the contest. It's a small sample size, but over three spring training games, the 32-year-old player has maintained an impressive .900 on-base percentage. Given his career .324 slugging percentage, it's safe to say Refsynder's value will be reliant on his positional versatility in the outfield. Expect the veteran to compete for a fourth or fifth outfielder spot throughout spring training.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Scores twice, steals bag

    Refsnyder started in left field and went 1-for-4 with a walk, a stolen base, an RBI and two runs scored in Wednesday's 6-5 loss to the Athletics. Refsnyder got the start against a left-hander, against whom he entered with a .912 OPS, which increased to .919 following the game. It was his third start (one against a right-hander) over the last four games, and he hit safely in all three (going 4-for-12 with two walks, four runs, two RBI). The steal was Refsnyder's seventh, a career-high for the outfielder.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Making second straight start

    Refsnyder will start in left field for a second straight game Sunday, Christopher Smith of MassLive.com reports. Refsnyder started in left field Saturday while Masataka Yoshida served as the designated hitter, but the latter was removed from the game after getting hit by a pitch on the leg. X-rays came back negative, but Yoshida is being held out of Sunday's lineup, enabling Refsnyder to get into the lineup again. Refsnyder had a couple of hits, including a double, a walk and a stolen base (his fifth) Saturday.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Nabs fourth steal

    Refsnyder went 2-for-3 with a walk, a triple, two runs scored, two RBI and a stolen base in Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Rockies. Getting the start in left field and hitting leadoff with lefty Austin Gomber on the mound for Colorado, Refsnyder connected on his first extra-base hit in June while producing his first multi-hit performance since May 24. The steal was his fourth of the season, tying his career high, and he continues to excel in his platoon role -- through 72 plate appearances against left-handed pitching this year, Refsnyder sports a .995 OPS.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Signed to extension

    The Red Sox signed Refsnyder to a one-year, $1.85 million, extension Saturday that includes a $2 million club option for 2025, Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com reports. The Red Sox have grown to trust Refsnyder, who has filled various outfield roles for Boston in one-plus seasons with the organization. He'll start in center field and bat fifth for the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Rays.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Picks up second steal

    Refsnyder went 1-for-4 with a walk, a stolen base and a run scored in Friday's 7-2 win over the Diamondbacks. Refsnyder has drawn a walk in each of his last five games, though he remains confined to a limited role as a reserve outfielder. The 32-year-old has done well when called upon, getting aboard safely in six of his last seven contests to raise his slash line to .286/.409/.377 through 93 plate appearances. He's added a home runs, two steals, 17 RBI and 13 runs scored.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Swipes first bag of 2023

    Refsnyder went 3-for-4 with one double, two RBI and one steal in Saturday's 4-3 loss to St. Louis. Refsnyder turned in a strong performance out of the three spot Saturday, driving in Pablo Reyes and Alex Verdugo on a fourth-inning double while grabbing a rare stolen base. in his last four years in the bigs (163 games), Refsnyder had stolen just two bags, making Saturday's swipe an outlier. After batting .307 in 177 plate appearances in 2022, Refsnyder is slashing .258/.361/.355 with one home run through 72 plate appearances this season.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Batting leadoff Wednesday

    Refsnyder is starting in left field and batting leadoff for the Red Sox on Wednesday in Atlanta, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Refsnyder has a couple hits in each of his last two starts. Normal leadoff hitter Alex Verdugo has slid down to the two spot.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Delivers two in win

    Refsnyder started in left field and went 2-for-3 with two RBI in Tuesday's 7-6 win over Toronto. Refsnyder was in the starting lineup against a lefty -- just his second start over the last two weeks. He was able to provide production despite being limited to 10 plate appearances over the last 13 games. Refsnyder, who is hitting .224 with a .662 OPS, should be in the lineup most nights against southpaws, against whom he has a .306 average and .821 OPS.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: In Monday's lineup

    Refsnyder will start in left field and bat third in Monday's game against the Angels, Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports. Refsnyder's received several starts -- in center field and left field -- over the last week with Adam Duvall (wrist) on the injured list and Masataka Yoshida out with a hamstring injury. Refsnyder started in left field Sunday when Yoshida returned as the designated hitter and will remain there Monday, as the Red Sox bring Yoshida back slowly following a four-game absence. Jarren Duran has been called up from Triple-A Worcester on Monday and will start in center field, Duvall's position. The Red Sox could end up settling on a platoon in center field with some combination of Refsnyder and Enrique Hernandez as the right-handed options and Duran and Raimel Tapia as the left-handed options.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Starting again Friday

    Refsnyder is starting again in left field and batting third for the Red Sox on Friday versus the Angels. The 32-year-old popped a solo home run Thursday to earn a second straight start in place of the injured Masataka Yoshida (hamstring). Refsnyder will be going up against Patrick Sandoval.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Out of lineup vs. righty

    Refsnyder is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game versus the Rays. Refsnyder went a combined 0-for-7 while starting in center field in both of the first two games of the series at Tampa Bay, which came with the Rays bringing a pair of left-handed starting pitchers to the hill. The righty-hitting Refsnyder will give way to the lefty-hitting Raimel Tapia in center field Wednesday while Boston faces a right-hander (Taj Bradley) for the first time in the series. Manager Alex Cora could end up taking a platoon approach to center field while Adam Duvall (wrist) is out indefinitely, meaning that Refsnyder could see fewer opportunities than Tapia moving forward.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Brings home two in rout

    Refsnyder went 1-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored in Saturday's win over Detroit. He also drew a walk. Refsnyder's free pass with the bases loaded extended the Boston lead to 2-0 in the second inning. He extended the blowout with an RBI single in the eighth to make it 12-2. Refsnyder has gone 2-for-9 over five games in 2023, and he isn't likely to see much playing time unless a southpaw is on the mound.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Hitless in Florida

    Refsnyder went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts in Saturday's spring game against Minnesota. Refsnyder, who made positive contributions in a limited role last season, entered spring training with a bead on the fourth outfielder job, but he's still looking for his first hit in Grapefruit League action. He's 0-for-17 with seven strikeouts and could be in danger of losing out on a roster spot. It was initially thought Jarren Duran was his main competition, but Raimel Tapia (8-for-19, five doubles, 1.263 OPS) is looking like a stronger candidate than both.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Back with Boston

    The Red Sox agreed with Refsnyder (back) on a one-year, $1.2 million contract Wednesday to avoid arbitration, Alex Speier of The Boston Globe reports. Refsnyder finished the season on the 10-day injured list while he battled low back spasms, but Boston reinstated him to the 40-man roster and 28-man active roster just one day after the regular season concluded. He should thus be in store for a healthy offseason while already under contract for the 2023 season. While serving mostly as a short-side platoon player in the Red Sox outfield in 2022, Refsnyder slashed an impressive .307/.384/.497 in 177 plate appearances. Depending on what kind of additions the Red Sox make in the outfield this winter, Refsnyder could see his opportunities against right-handed pitching increase heading into the upcoming season.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Placed on 10-day IL

    Refsnyder was placed on the 10-day injured list with low back spasms Monday. Refsnyder didn't play in four of the last five games, and he'll be held out for the remainder of the season due to his back issue. Over 57 games in 2022, the 31-year-old slashed .307/.384/.497 with six homers, 25 runs, 21 RBI and a stolen base. It's not yet clear whether his injury will impact his offseason program.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Heads to bench Wednesday

    Refsnyder is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Orioles, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. Christian Arroyo's (illness) lingering absence has opened up a spot in the lineup for Refsnyder over each of the previous three games, but both players will be on the bench Wednesday while Abraham Almonte mans center field and Enrique Hernandez plays second base. Since returning from the injured list Aug. 16, Refsnyder has produced a .321/.391/.518 slash line while largely serving as a short-side platoon player in the Boston outfield.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Homers in win

    Refsnyder started in center field and went 1-for-2 with a walk, a hit-by-pitch and a solo home run in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Reds. Refsnyder got the start in center, while Enrique Hernandez filled in at second base for the injured Trevor Story (heel). Christian Arroyo has been filling in for Story, but he was given the night off, which allowed for Refsnyder to enter the lineup. Refsnyder's been a competent fourth outfielder when up with Boston and is batting .305/.377/.473 over 151 plate appearances (49 games).
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Enters for injured Cordero

    Refsnyder entered Monday's game for an injured Franchy Cordero and went 0-for-2 in a 4-3 loss to the Rays. Cordero was carted off the field with a right ankle sprain after a run-in with the wall in left field. He was making a second straight start in left, while Tommy Pham filled at designated hitter for J.D. Martinez, although there is no reported injury with Martinez. What all this means is that Refsnyder may be in line for playing time in the coming days. Since returning from a knee injury, Refsnyder is 9-for-27 with three doubles, two RBI, a stolen base and three runs scored over nine games.
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  • Red Sox's Rob Refsnyder: Doubles twice

    Refsnyder went 3-for-4 with two doubles, two runs scored, one RBI and a walk in Friday's 15-10 loss to the Orioles. Making his first start since returning from the injured list, Refsnyder reached base four times, including a pair of doubles. The 31-year-old is enjoying his best season at the MLB level; he's slashing .327/.409/.531 with 12 extra-base hits and 18 runs scored through 115 plate appearances on the year. Prior to going on the injured list, he was stuck in a 7-for-30 (.233) skid over 13 games.
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