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2023 108.51.2 22 4 26 17 4 .201
2022 204.51.9 41 14 44 24 .254
3y Avg. 184.51.9 37 13 44 22 2 .231
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  • Brewers' Eric Haase: Signs with Milwaukee

    Haase agreed to a one-year contract with the Brewers on Wednesday. Haase was outrighted off Cleveland's 40-man roster in early December and elected free agency after the season, and he's now found a home for 2024. The 31-year-old also has two years of club control beyond the upcoming campaign. He struggled to a .201/.247/.281 slash line last year but had a .746 OPS across the prior two seasons. Haase should serve as Milwaukee's No. 2 catcher behind starter William Contreras.
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  • Eric Haase: Elects free agency

    Haase elected to become a free agent Tuesday. Haase tallied 36 home runs in 208 games for the Tigers between the 2021-2022 seasons, but the 30-year-old catcher and corner outfielder stumbled to a .201/.247/.281 batting line across 293 major-league plate appearances in 2023.
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  • Guardians' Eric Haase: Outrighted to Triple-A

    Haase cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Columbus on Sunday. Haase lost his spot on the Guardians' 40-man roster, but it appears he will stick around in the organization. The 30-year-old has managed just a .528 OPS with four home runs in 89 games between the Tigers and Guardians in 2023.
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  • Guardians' Eric Haase: Jettisoned from 40-man roster

    Haase was designated for assignment by the Guardians on Thursday, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports. The Guardians needed to clear a couple spots on their 40-man roster for their recent waiver claims, and Haase is one of the victims. Haase lasted barely over a week with Cleveland after being claimed off waivers from the Tigers.
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  • Guardians' Eric Haase: Scooped up by Cleveland

    The Guardians claimed Haase off waivers from the Tigers on Monday. After Detroit moved him off its 40-man roster last week, Haase will stick within the American League Central and begin his second stint in the Guardians organization after he was drafted by Cleveland in 2011 before being traded to the Tigers in 2020. Haase has no minor-league options remaining, so he'll join the 26-man active roster and will step in as the new No. 2 catcher behind Bo Naylor while Cam Gallagher (concussion) and David Fry (hamstring) are on the injured list. Prior to being cut by the Tigers, Haase slashed an abysmal .201/.246/.284 over 282 plate appearances on the season.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Dropped from 40-man roster

    Haase was designated for assignment by the Tigers on Saturday, Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press reports. With Haase being dropped from the 40-man roster, Detroit signed Carson Kelly to a major-league contract Saturday. Haase has struggled to a .201 average with 13 extra-base hits, 26 RBI, 22 runs and three stolen bases over 264 at-bats in 86 games with the Tigers this year. The catcher will now either get claimed by another team, report to Triple-A Toledo or be released outright.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Sitting out afternoon game

    Haase is not in the lineup for the first game of Friday's doubleheader versus the Guardians. Jake Rogers will do the catching for Tarik Skubal in the afternoon contest. That makes it virtually guaranteed that Haase will be behind the plate for the nightcap with Matt Manning on the mound.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Retreats to bench Wednesday

    Haase is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Twins. Haase had started in three of the last four games -- two at catcher and one in left field -- but he'll head to the bench Wednesday as Jake Rogers and Akil Baddoo step in at those respective positions. The Tigers still appear to view Haase primarily as a catcher, and Rogers should remain the team's preferred option behind the plate given Haase's season-long struggles. Among the 275 players in the majors with at least 250 plate appearances this season, Haase ranks 274th with a 44 wRC+.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Sitting out Thursday

    Haase is not in the lineup for Thursday's tilt versus the Rangers, Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press reports. Haase started 12 of the Tigers' first 13 games against left-handers this season but has since been in the lineup just twice the last five times they've faced southpaws. After putting up a .778 OPS versus lefties in 2022, he's managed just a .522 OPS so far against them in 2023. Jake Rogers will catch Thursday and Matt Vierling will play left field.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Takes seat Sunday

    Haase is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Twins. Haase went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored Saturday, but he'll alternate at catcher with Jake Rogers, who slides into the lineup for the series finale. Haase can play in the outfield when he's not behind the plate, though he's started only once in the outfield this month.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Drives in three in win

    Haase went 2-for-4 with a double, a run scored and three RBI in Wednesday's 9-4 win over the Royals. Haase came in batting just .154 in June with only one multi-hit game this month, so the production was somewhat unexpected. The 30-year-old remains in a timeshare behind the plate with Jake Rogers, which limits the fantasy ceiling of both players. Haase did pop 14 home runs last season and 22 long balls in 2021, however, so the Tigers will likely continue to give him plenty of at-bats as he tries to get going.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Starting Sunday

    Haase is starting at catcher and batting ninth in Sunday's game against the Twins. After Jake Rogers got the start behind the plate Saturday, Haase will take over Sunday. Haase did appear as a pinch hitter in the ninth inning in the last contest. He's batting just .221 this season and only .188 in the month, making him a fairly uninspiring fantasy asset at the moment.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Not in Thursday's lineup

    Haase is absent from the lineup for Thursday's game against the Twins. Tigers manager A.J. Hinch has been siding with Jake Rogers at catcher lately, as Haase has started just two of the last seven games (one of which came in a doubleheader). Haase homered Wednesday but is just 4-for-36 over his last 40 plate appearances.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Goes deep Wednesday

    Haase went 3-for-6 with a solo home run and two RBI across both games of Wednesday's doubleheader against Atlanta. Haase started the first game and went 3-for-5 with his third home run of the season. He hit the bench for the second game, though he did appear as a pinch hitter. Haase continues to split time behind the plate with Jake Rogers and has limited fantasy appeal so long as he remains in a timeshare, though he can also play in the outfield on days when he doesn't catch.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Returns to lineup

    Haase is starting at catcher and batting sixth in Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks. Haase sat out the first two games of the series in favor of Jake Rogers but will return to the lineup Sunday. Neither player has been a consistent offensive performer, as Haase has just a .566 OPS, while Rogers is a bit better at .692 though he's batting only .167. Haase may be unable to separate himself from Rogers any time soon behind the plate, though he can also pick up some starts in the outfield, which gives a slight boost to his overall outlook.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Sitting Friday

    Haase isn't starting Friday against the Diamondbacks. Haase's slump at the plate has begun to cost him significant playing time, as he's been phased out of the picture in left field and DH while splitting starts behind the plate with Jake Rogers. Rogers will start Friday and bat eighth.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Out of lineup Tuesday

    Haase is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Phillies. Haase went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in Monday's series opener at Philadelphia and holds a brutal .219/.283/.298 batting line on the year. Jake Rogers will catch and bat eighth for the Tigers on Tuesday night.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Sitting Wednesday

    Haase is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Rangers. Haase will get a breather in the day game after a night game, paving the way for Jake Rogers to pick up a turn behind the plate. While catching or starting in left field in each of the Tigers' last four contests, Haase went 1-for-14 with two walks, a stolen base and two RBI.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Reclaims primary catching duties

    Haase will start at catcher and bat seventh in Sunday's game against the White Sox. Though Haase owns an unremarkable .640 OPS on the season, he's still offering more offensive production of late than Jake Rogers, who is slashing .093/.152/.279 thus far in May. Rogers appeared to overtake Haase as the Tigers' preferred catcher earlier this spring on the basis of his superior defense and his hot start to the season at the plate, but Rogers has started to lose playing time while his bat has cooled. Haase will start behind the plate for the fourth time in five games while Rogers takes a seat once again.
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  • Tigers' Eric Haase: Sitting in second straight game

    Haase is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Guardians. Though he didn't start in Tuesday's 2-0 loss to the Guardians, Haase saw his seven-game hitting streak come to an end when he struck out in a pinch-hitting appearance. He'll remain on the bench again for the series finale, but Haase should continue to play semi-regularly while moving between catcher, left field and designated hitter.
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