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2023 2261.8 43 8 38 53 9 .200
2022 831.8 18 5 13 15 3 .237
3y Avg. 1521.7 30 6 26 34 6 .209
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Hits homer in rare start

    Call went 2-for-3 with a solo home run in Thursday's loss against Atlanta. Call accounted for the first Washington run with his 364-foot solo shot off Max Fried in the third inning. The 28-year-old outfielder has only started five games for the Nationals in September as he splits time in left field with Jake Alu and Blake Rutherford. Call is slashing .199/.306/.307 with eight homers and nine stolen bases over 126 games.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Losing work to Jacob Young

    Call is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Blue Jays, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com Call will take a seat for the third time in four games and seems to have moved back into a fourth-outfielder role after briefly recapturing a regular spot in the wake of Stone Garrett's season-ending fibula injury. Rookie Jacob Young will stick in the lineup for the fourth consecutive contest and appears to have displaced Call as the Nationals' preferred center fielder.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: On bench Tuesday

    Call is out of the lineup Tuesday against the Blue Jays. Jacob Young will start in center field and bat ninth for the visiting Nationals. Call went 0-for-2 with a walk in Monday's series opener and is slashing just .202/.305/.305 across 110 games (409 plate appearances) this season.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: On bench Sunday

    Call is not in the lineup Sunday against the Marlins. Jacob Young, who was promoted Saturday from Triple-A Rochester, will start in center field and bat ninth. Call has slashed just .204/.306/.307 across 405 plate appearances this season and might be in danger of losing his grip on a regular role in the Nationals' outfield.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Losing work to Stone Garrett

    Call is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Phillies, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. Call will sit out the Nationals' third straight matchup with a right-handed starting pitcher (Zack Wheeler), an indication that he's lost hold of a regular spot in the lineup and is now being viewed as the team's fourth outfielder. With Call being phased out, Stone Garrett will get a regular look against right-handed pitching after spending most of the season in a short-side platoon role.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Swipes eighth bag

    Call went 1-for-3 with a walk, a run scored, two RBI and a stolen base in Sunday's win over the Rangers. It was another productive performance for Call from the ninth spot in the batting order. The 28-year-old has hit safely in five straight games since rejoining the big-league roster, going 6-for-16 (.375) over that stretch with two of his five homers and two of his eight steals on the season. Victor Robles (back) doesn't yet have a clear timeline for his return, so Call should continue filling in as the Nationals center fielder coming out of the All-Star break.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Homers, scores three times in loss

    Call went 1-for-2 with a solo home run, three runs scored and a stolen base in Thursday's loss to Cincinnati. Call walked in each of his first two trips to the plate and came around to score on a Lane Thomas single in the fifth inning after stealing second. He then launched a solo homer in the seventh to put the Nationals on top 3-2 and later came around to score a third time in the 10th. It was the center fielder's first home run since May 4, and he's now registered a hit in each of his first two games since being recalled.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Returns to big leagues

    Call was recalled from Triple-A Rochester on Wednesday, Andrew Golden of The Washington Post reports. The Nationals gave Derek Hill a run in center field for a while, but they've now designated him for assignment and brought back Call. The 28-year-old has batted only .209/.299/.291 across 251 plate appearances in the majors this season but could see regular action in center field while Victor Robles (back) recuperates.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Optioned to Triple-A

    Washington optioned Call to Triple-A Rochester on Friday. The 28-year-old outfielder gets the boot as Victor Robles (back) returns from the injured list. Call made the Opening Day roster and had been drawing consistent playing time right up into his demotion. He didn't take advantage of the opportunity however, slashing just .209/.299/.291 across 251 plate appearances.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Racks up three hits in loss

    Call went 3-for-4 in Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Giants. This was Call's first multi-hit effort since April 29. The 28-year-old outfielder raised his batting average from .219 to .237 with Tuesday's performance, and he's added a .681 OPS through 34 contests this season. He also has three home runs, 16 RBI, 15 runs scored and two stolen bases. With Victor Robles (back) and Corey Dickerson (calf) both on the injured list, Call's spot in the lineup should be safe for a while longer.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Heads to bench

    Call is not in Saturday's lineup against the Diamondbacks, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. Call is hitting .220 with two home runs and one steal in his last 10 games. Stone Garrett gets the nod in left field with lefty Tommy Henry on the hill for Arizona.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Walks it off Thursday

    Call went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Thursday's win over the Cubs. With the score tied 3-3 in the bottom of the ninth inning, Call turned on the first pitch he saw from Brad Boxberger and hooked it down the left-field line for a walkoff shot. The 28-year-old outfielder has become a fixture at the top of the Nationals' batting order, and after batting .275 (11-for-40) over the last 10 games Call has pushed his slash line on the season to .230/.331/.350 with three homers, two steals, 13 runs an d 14 RBI through 29 contests. With Corey Dickerson (calf) still at least a couple weeks away from making his return, Call will continue to fill the starting role in left field.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Notches second theft

    Call went 3-for-8 with a double and a stolen base across both games in Saturday's doubleheader versus the Pirates. Call batted leadoff for Washington in each contest, starting in center field in the matinee and in right field in the nightcap. The 28-year-old reached base three times during the twin bill and stole his second base of the campaign in Game 2. Call has gotten on base in seven straight games, batting .346 (9-for-26) with a homer, four runs and two RBI over that span.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Back in leadoff spot

    Call got the start in center field and went 1-for-4 as the leadoff hitter in Wednesday's loss to the Orioles. With Victor Robles getting the night off, Call slid over to center while Stone Garrett remained in left field. Call had been on the bench the last two games after starting 11 straight prior to that, and Garrett's hot hitting since his promotion (11-for-23 with three doubles and a homer in six games) could be pushing Call out of his regular spot in the lineup. The 28-year-old's own .605 OPS isn't helping matters, but he is a superior defensive player to Garrett.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Swipes first bag

    Call stole his first base of the season in Tuesday's loss to the Orioles after entering the game in the ninth inning as a pinch runner. Stone Garrett once again got the start in left field, but Call was able to make a small impact off the bench in a 1-0 loss. Call has found himself out of the starting lineup in back-to-back games, and his .208/.322/.292 slash line through 59 plate appearances isn't making a compelling case to retain a consistent spot in the lineup. Corey Dickerson (calf) also figures to return before the end of the month, and given that Call has minor-league options remaining, he could be playing for his roster spot over the next week or so.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Not in Sunday's lineup

    Call is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Guardians. Call started the past 11 games and will take a seat after he posted a .227/.327/.318 slash line with one home run, seven RBI and eight runs during that stretch. Stone Garrett will man left field and bat seventh in Sunday's series finale.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Takes over as leadoff man

    Call will start in left field and bat leadoff in Wednesday's game against the Angels. Call is batting out of the leadoff spot for the sixth game in a row and looks to have emerged as the Nationals' preferred table setter against both left- and right-handed pitching. In his first five games since ascending atop the order, Call is slashing .300/.400/.500 with six runs, three RBI and a 4:2 BB:K.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Homers while driving in three

    Call went 1-for-4 with a home run and three RBI in Friday's victory over the Rockies. The outfielder hit a leadoff home run off Jose Urena before walking in a run in the third and hitting a sacrifice fly in the fifth. The homer was the first of the season for Call, and he's now driven in seven runs over six games.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Moves to leadoff spot

    Call is batting leadoff for the Nationals on Friday at Colorado. The 28-year-old hit second Wednesday and Thursday, and now he jumps to the very top of the lineup versus right-hander Jose Urena. Call has been serving as the Nationals' primary left fielder in the absence of Corey Dickerson (calf) and boasts a .400 OBP through 20 plate appearances.
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  • Nationals' Alex Call: Batting second again Thursday

    Call is batting second again for the Nationals on Thursday at Colorado. Call also occupied the No. 2 spot in the lineup for Wednesday's series finale against the Rays. The 28-year-old outfielder boasts a .438 on-base percentage with four RBI through four games played this season, and so far he's taken advantage of the absence of Corey Dickerson (calf).
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