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2023 2592.6 58 25 56 20 12 .222
2022 1741.7 53 7 24 20 14 .213
3y Avg. 161.52.2 40 12 30 14 10 .224
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Wants to swipe 30 bags

    Siri's goal is to steal 30 bases in 2024, Kristie Ackert of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Siri noted that he focused on adding power to his game in 2023, and he posted a career-high 25 home runs across only 364 plate appearances. On the other hand, despite an overall increase in stolen bases across the league, Siri saw his total dip by two bags last season. He has elite speed (98th percentile on Statcast) but will need to improve on a career .273 on-base percentage to be a more consistent threat on the basepaths.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Sitting out Game 2

    Siri is not in the lineup Wednesday for Game 2 of the AL Wild Card Series versus the Rangers. Siri had a rough Game 1 in his first action back from a hand injury, going 0-for-3 at the plate and making an error in the field. He'll begin this one on the bench as Manuel Margot slides over to center field and Josh Lowe handles right.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Makes roster, starting Game 1

    Siri (hand) is on the Rays' AL Wild Card Series roster and is starting in center field and batting eighth in Game 1 against the Rangers. Siri proved his readiness in taking batting practice Monday and will be back in action after missing about three weeks of action with a hairline fracture in his right hand. The 28-year-old slugged 25 home runs and stole 12 bases for Tampa Bay this season.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Expected to be on WC roster

    Siri (hand) is expected to be included on the Rays' AL Wild Card Series roster, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Siri has been on the shelf since mid-September with a hairline fracture in his right hand but proclaimed himself ready to go after taking batting practice at Tropicana Field on Monday. Tampa Bay is expected to concur with the outfielder's assessment and also seems likely to include him in Tuesday's lineup against left-hander Jordan Montgomery.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Takes BP

    Siri (hand) took batting practice at Tropicana Field on Monday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Siri has missed the last three weeks of action with a hairline fracture in his right hand but hopes to be included on the Rays' AL Wild Card Series roster. For what it's worth, Siri said via a translator that he feels ready to play while at the same time acknowledging it's not his decision, per Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Ready for baseball activities

    Siri (hand) is scheduled to resume baseball activities Thursday, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. Siri suffered a hairline fracture in his right hand earlier this month when he was hit by a pitch, but he is aiming to be ready for the beginning of postseason play. The 28-year-old outfielder had registered a .761 OPS with 25 homers and 12 steals in 101 games for the Rays prior to landing on the injured list Sept. 12.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Diagnosed with hairline fracture

    Siri is dealing with a hairline fracture in his right hand, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Florida reports. Siri was struck by a pitch during Monday's contest against the Twins, and further testing revealed a small fracture. According to Whitaker, the team is hopeful Siri won't miss more than a few weeks, but they will know more Tuesday. Either way, it seems like he will miss most or all of the rest of the regular season.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Leaves game after HBP

    Siri exited Monday's game against the Twins after being hit by a pitch on the hand, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. Siri stayed in the game to run the bases, but he was pulled shortly after. He appeared to be in serious pain immediately after being hit, per Whitaker. Vidal Brujan takes over the No. 5 spot in the order and is set to man right field, and Josh Lowe shifts to center in Siri's absence.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Swipes 12th base

    Siri went 2-for-4 with double, a triple, a run scored and a stolen base in Friday's win over the Mariners. Siri started in center field Friday night after receiving a day off Thursday. His legs must have been feeling good after the rest, as the 28-year-old swiped his 12th base of the year. Siri is slashing .223/.267/.503 in 98 games this season.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Taking seat Monday

    Siri is not in the lineup for Monday's game against the Red Sox, Kristie Ackert of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Siri started five of the Rays' previous six contests but will begin this one on the bench. Luke Raley will patrol center field.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Slugs 25th homer

    Siri went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Saturday's 7-6 loss to Cleveland. Siri went down on strikes in each of his first two trips to the plate before cranking a solo homer in the sixth to put the Rays on top 5-4. It was the center fielder's 25th long ball of the season and his first since Aug. 19 against the Angels. Siri is batting just .212 over his last 10 contests despite recording two multi-hit games over that stretch. He's also struck out at least one time in each contest during that 10-game span.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Out of lineup

    Siri will sit Saturday against the Yankees, Gary Phillips of the New York Daily News reports. Siri has been hot at the plate over his last 13 games, hitting .289/.325/.579 with three homers and three steals, though he does have 15 strikeouts alongside just one walk over that stretch. He'll hit the bench for the second time in three games, with Luke Raley starting in center field.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Tallies homer in return

    Siri went 2-for-5 with a two-run home run and a walk in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Angels. Siri had missed two games with a sprained finger but returned to action to start in center field and hit eighth. He took Jaime Barria deep in the sixth frame to tally his 24th homer of the season and his fourth in his last 12 starts. Siri has an inflated 36.8 percent strikeout rate, yet he's still managed to greatly improve his power production while also swiping eight bags across 304 plate appearances.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Starting Game 2

    Siri (finger) is starting in center field and batting eighth in Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader with the Angels, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. As expected, Siri will make his return to the lineup after missing Friday's contest and Saturday's matinee with a sprained finger. The outfielder is batting .286 with two homers, two doubles, four RBI, three runs and a stolen base over his last seven games.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Likely back for Game 2

    Siri (finger) will not start Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader against the Angels, but he will be available off the bench and is expected to start the nightcap, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. Siri left Wednesday's game against the Giants with a sprained pinky finger and did not play Friday against the Angels following Thursday's scheduled off day, but the injury does not appear to be serious. He felt good after hitting in the cage Saturday and should be ready to go later in the day. Luke Raley will play shortstop in the afternoon contest.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Available off bench

    Siri (finger) is available off the bench Friday versus the Angels, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Siri had to exit Wednesday's game against the Giants after spraining his left pinky finger while sliding into second base. He attempted to swing the bat pregame Friday but still felt discomfort. Siri is still available to play defense, and it sounds like he could return to the starting nine Saturday.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Out with finger sprain

    Siri (finger) is not in the lineup Friday against the Angels. Siri suffered a minor sprain of his left pinky finger while sliding into second base Wednesday against the Giants and is still considered day-to-day. Luke Raley will start in center field for the Rays in Friday's series opener at Angel Stadium.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Finger sprain considered minor

    Rays manager Kevin Cash said Wednesday that Siri's sprained left pinky finger is not a serious concern, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. Siri was pulled from Wednesday's matinee game against the Giants shortly after he tweaked his left pinky on an awkward head-first slide into second base in the top of the fourth inning. Tampa Bay is off Thursday, so the 28-year-old center fielder might not have to miss a full game if it's truly just a minor issue.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Suffers finger sprain

    Siri was diagnosed with a sprained left pinky finger following his exit from Wednesday's game against the Giants, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. Siri appeared to suffer the injury while sliding into second base in the top of the fourth inning, though he stayed in the game a little while longer until Luke Raley came on to replace him in the Rays' lineup in the top of the sixth. There's no word yet as to the severity of the sprain or whether Siri could wind up on the injured list. He was 1-for-2 with a single prior to his departure.
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  • Rays' Jose Siri: Sitting Sunday

    Siri isn't in the Rays' lineup Sunday against Cleveland. Siri has struck out in nine of his last 16 at-bats, so he'll get a day off Sunday to clear his head. Josh Lowe will slide to center field in Siri's place, allowing Luke Raley to start in right and Harold Ramirez to serve as Tampa Bay's DH.
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