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2023 229.52 42 11 41 24 1 .264
2022 59.51.5 13 1 9 9 3 .219
3y Avg. 1491.9 29 6 25 16 1 .259
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Tallies three hits Saturday

    Ibanez went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBI in Saturday's 8-0 win over the Guardians. Ibanez continued his good recent stretch, as he's batting .371 over his last 10 games with eight RBI. It's been a solid season overall for the utility player, who's batting .264 with a .747 OPS. Ibanez has also recorded a career-high 11 home runs and 40 RBI. The 30-year-old should have a similar role in 2024, which could make him an occasional fantasy contributor in deeper leagues, though he's far from an elite option.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Taking seat Friday

    Ibanez is absent from the lineup for Friday's game against the Guardians. Ibanez had started nine straight games prior to Friday, making seven starts at second base and another two in left field. He'll begin this one on the bench, though, as Zach McKinstry covers second base and Akil Baddoo patrols left field.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Picks up first steal

    Ibanez went 1-for-3 with a stolen base in Saturday's 5-4 extra-inning win over the Angels. Ibanez extended his hitting streak to five games, a span in which he's gone 7-for-16 (.438). The 30-year-old's steal was his first of the season, as he remains not much of a speed threat. For the year, he's slashing .257/.297/.437 with 11 home runs, 32 RBI, 37 runs scored, 21 doubles and a triple through 100 contests while filling a versatile role defensively.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Goes deep Tuesday

    Ibanez went 2-for-4 with a walk, a double, a solo home run, two runs scored and two total RBI in Tuesday's extra-inning loss to the Reds. Ibanez was bumped up to the No. 2 spot in the order and responded with a good game, which included his 11th home run of the season. The utility player has now batted second on 10 occasions this year, though he's primarily been lower in the order, most frequently appearing in the No. 8 spot. Ibanez may stay put for the time being after the strong effort, however.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Homers, drives in three Thursday

    Ibanez went 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI in Thursday's 10-3 win over the Yankees. Ibanez drove in a run on a sacrifice fly in the third inning, then plated two more with a home run in the eighth, his 10th long ball of the season. The utility player came into 2023 with just eight total home runs at the MLB level across two seasons, so the double-digit output has been a bit of a surprise.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Returns to bench Monday

    Ibanez is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Yankees. Ibanez started at second base in four of the past five games, but he'll turn the keystone over to Zach McKinstry while the Tigers open up a four-game set with the Yankees. The 30-year-old began his recent run of starts with a two-homer, four-RBI effort in last Tuesday's win over the Cubs, but he went 2-for-12 over his subsequent three contests. Ibanez still looks like a part-time player in the Detroit infield rather than a mainstay in the lineup.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Goes deep twice Tuesday

    Ibanez went 2-for-3 with a walk, two home runs and four RBI in Monday's 8-6 win over the Cubs. Ibanez had gone deep just once since the beginning of July, so the two-homer game came out of nowhere. The utility player now has nine home runs on the season, surpassing the seven he hit back in 2021. Ibanez also set a new career high by reaching 26 RBI on Monday, as he had 25 during that 2021 campaign.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Sits in third straight game

    Ibanez is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Twins. Ibanez appears to have lost hold of a regular spot in the Detroit lineup, as he finds himself on the bench versus a right-handed starting pitcher (Bailey Ober) for the third straight game. Zach McKinstry will get the starting nod at second base Wednesday, and both he and Nick Maton appear to have the edge over Ibanez for playing time at the keystone at the moment.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Goes to bench Monday

    Ibanez is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Twins. Nick Maton will get the starting nod at second base in the series opener versus Minnesota, but Ibanez manned the keystone for each of the previous three games and appears to be Detroit's preferred option at the position. Ibanez closed the weekend series with the Rays with a pair of two-hit games and is now batting .288 since the All-Star break.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Late add to lineup

    Ibanez was a late addition to Saturday's lineup against the Rays, batting sixth and manning second base. Javier Baez (undisclosed) was scratched, so Ibanez enters at second base and Zack Short slides to shortstop. This will be Ibanez's second start against a righty since July 24.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Sitting Saturday

    Ibanez is not in Saturday's lineup against the Rays. Ibanez is a part-time player for the Tigers, with three of his last four starts coming against left-handed pitchers. He heads to the bench with Aaron Civale on the mound for the Rays. Matt Vierling shifts to third base, allowing Miguel Cabrera to start at designated hitter while Kerry Carpenter mans right field.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Not starting Saturday

    Ibanez isn't in the Tigers' lineup Saturday against the Marlins. Ibanez is 4-for-17 with a homer, two RBI and two runs scored across his last five games and will get a day off Saturday. Nick Maton will take over at second base and bat seventh while Ibanez rests.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Taking seat in first contest

    Ibanez is absent from the lineup for the first game of Thursday's doubleheader against the Angels. Ibanez had started seven of the last nine at second base, but he'll yield to Zack Short for this one. He figures to be in the lineup for the second contest.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Goes deep Sunday

    Ibanez went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Padres. Ibanez and Spencer Torkelson each went deep to power the Tigers to the victory. It was Ibanez's seventh home run of the season and first so far in July. The utility player has flashed on occasion this year, though he hasn't been an elite offensive option with a .685 OPS across 67 games. Ibanez should continue to move around the diamond for Detroit with only limited fantasy appeal at this point.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Homers in Friday's loss

    Ibanez went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in Friday's 8-5 loss to the Rockies. Ibanez cut the deficit to three runs with his eighth-inning blast. The infielder has enjoyed a solid run to wrap up June, going 14-for-45 (.311) over his last 12 games. He's been seeing consistent playing time lately, primarily at second base but also in right field and at third base. For the season, Ibanez is slashing .239/.275/.423 with six homers, 17 RBI, 22 runs scored and no stolen bases over 171 plate appearances.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Goes deep in win

    Ibanez went 2-for-4 with a three-run home run in Monday's win over the Rangers. Ibanez's fifth home run of the season in the third inning ended up being all the Tigers would need in the 7-2 win. The utility man continues to see regular playing time as he moves across the diamond. He started in right field Monday and has also seen time in left as well as every infield position except for shortstop. Ibanez is hitting .328 with three home runs and an 18.5 percent strikeout rate in 20 games this month while moving into a regular role, but he could start playing less against righties once Akil Baddoo (quad) and Riley Greene (lower leg) return from the injured list.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Chips in three hits Sunday

    Ibanez went 3-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI in Sunday's 6-4 win over the Twins. Ibanez delivered his first hits of the weekend set against Minnesota, though he's been better throughout the month, as he's now batting .361 in June with a 1.119 OPS. The strong performance figures to earn the 30-year-old regular playing time moving forward, though he may continue to serve in more of a utility role rather than settling in at one position. That makes Ibanez valuable for the Tigers and gives him some limited appeal in deeper fantasy formats.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Big day Wednesday

    Ibanez went 4-for-9 with a solo home run and three runs scored across both games of Wednesday's doubleheader against Atlanta. Ibanez started the first game of the day at second base before shifting to third, and he registered three singles and scored twice. He started in left in the second game and added his fourth home run of the year. Ibanez is still batting only .221 this season and should continue to serve in a utility role for the Tigers with limited fantasy appeal.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Goes deep Monday

    Ibanez went 3-for-4 with a solo homer, a double, two runs scored and a walk in Monday's win against Atlanta. Ibanez finally put the Tigers on the board with his solo shot in the seventh inning. He produced three hits in a game for the first time since May 3 but still owns an unsightly .202/.239/.375 slash line. Ibanez has 11 extra-base hits (three home runs) and 12 runs scored through 109 plate appearances.
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  • Tigers' Andy Ibanez: Sits in second straight

    Ibanez is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game in Philadelphia. Ibanez is on the bench for the second game in a row, after he had previously manned the keystone for Detroit for three of the preceding four games. Zack Short will get a second straight turn at second base while the Tigers continue to take a committee approach to the position while Zach McKinstry sees more time in right field to aid an injury-plagued Detroit outfield.
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