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2024 .000
2023 452 6 1 17 5 1 .200
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  • Rockies' Hunter Goodman: Takes seat Thursday

    Goodman is not in the lineup Thursday against the Dodgers. Goodman got off to a hot start when he initially joined the Rockies' major-league roster in late August, but he's gone 1-for-26 with 12 strikeouts over his last nine games. Sean Bouchard is in right field Thursday.
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  • Rockies' Hunter Goodman: Homers in high-scoring loss

    Goodman went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run and three RBI in Sunday's 11-10 loss to the Giants. Goodman got the Rockies on the board with a two-run blast to left center and then plated his third run of the game with a sacrifice fly. Each of Goodman's last four hits have all gone for extra bases; however, that's come over a span of eight games, as he hasn't been hitting the ball particularly well. With nothing to lose, it's possible the Rockies give Goodman a longer look over the final two weeks of the season, though he's recently seen his playing time dip. The 23-year-old is slashing .250/.290/.482 with eight extra-base hits, 17 RBI, six runs and a 4:15 BB:K in 62 plate appearances.
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  • Rockies' Hunter Goodman: Playing time slipping

    Goodman is not in the lineup for the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Giants. Goodman started the first game of the doubleheader but has now been in the lineup for just two of the team's last six games. Brenton Doyle will take his place Saturday night, playing in center field while hitting ninth.
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  • Rockies' Hunter Goodman: Remains productive

    Goodman went 1-for-4 with a triple, two RBI and a run scored Friday against the Giants. Goodman lined a pitch to center field in the second inning to tally his second career triple. He also has at least one hit in eight of his first 10 games in the majors, including five extra-base hits across 31 at-bats. Given that success, it's little surprise that the Rockies have found Goodman regular playing time, split evenly between first base and the outfield.
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  • Rockies' Hunter Goodman: Wraps up strong homestand

    Goodman went 2-for-3 with two doubles, a walk and three RBI on Sunday against the Blue Jays. Goodman has drawn six starts in seven games since being called up, and he drew his first look in the outfield Sunday. He's given the Rockies no reason to take him out of the lineup, as he's gone 8-for-21 with three doubles, a triple and six RBI in his first taste of the majors. He'll head away from hitter-friendly Coors Field for the first time in a matchup Monday against Arizona, but Goodman should continue to see regular playing time to close out the season.
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  • Rockies' Hunter Goodman: Gets breather Saturday

    Goodman isn't in the Rockies' lineup Saturday against Toronto, Luke Zahlmann of The Denver Gazette reports. Goodman will take a seat Saturday after starting his big-league career 6-for-18 with three RBI through five games. Elehuris Montero will draw the start at first base and bat eighth.
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  • Rockies' Hunter Goodman: Possible waiver wire pickups

    With C.J. Cron out of the picture and Elehuris Montero out of chances, Goodman is getting an opportunity at first base for the Rockies, having started four consecutive games. Seeing as he accomplished the rare minor-league feat of back-to-back 30-homer seasons, you might think such an opportunity was inevitable, but right handed-hitting first baseman with poor plate discipline have an especially difficult path to the majors. It's probably why the Rockies were developing him as a catcher initially. This opportunity is a product of happenstance, but Goodman makes loud enough contact to make it stick, particularly with a little boost from Coors Field. Though he has yet to put one in the bleachers, his seven batted balls have averaged 99 mph, making him 5 for 14 with a double and a triple. He's a deeper-league pickup for now, but there's a chance you catch lightning in a bottle.
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  • Rockies' Hunter Goodman: Quick start to big-league career

    Goodman went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI on Monday against Atlanta. Goodman was called up Sunday and has made a pair of starts at first base since. He's experienced quick success by collecting four hits across eight at-bats while also driving in two runs and scoring once. While clearly a small sample, Goodman did boast prolific production between Double-A Hartford and Triple-A Albuquerque earlier in the campaign by tallying 34 homers across 467 plate appearances.
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  • Rockies' Hunter Goodman: Called up for MLB debut

    Colorado selected Goodman's contract from Triple-A Albuquerque on Sunday, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports. He'll start at first base and bat sixth in the Rockies' series finale in Baltimore, according to Saunders. The Rockies released Jurickson Profar to clear room on the 40-man roster and 26-man active roster for Goodman, who should get the chance to play on a near-everyday basis while bouncing between first base, catcher, designated hitter and the corner-outfield spots. The 23-year-old was a fourth-round pick in the 2021 MLB Draft and had posted a stellar .919 OPS with 34 home runs and 111 RBI in 106 games this season between Double-A Hartford and Triple-A.
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  • Rockies' Hunter Goodman: Moves up to Triple-A

    The Rockies promoted Goodman from Double-A Hartford to Triple-A Albuquerque on Tuesday. Goodman wasted no time making an impression with his new club, hitting a grand slam in his Albuquerque debut in a 10-5 loss at Round Rock. Prior to his promotion, the 23-year-old had been one of the top power hitters in the Eastern League this season, smacking 25 home runs and hitting .239 with a 10.5 percent walk rate and 24.5 percent strikeout rate. The Rockies haven't completely pulled the plug on developing Goodman as a catcher, but he's made just 12 starts behind the plate this season compared to 31 in left field, 25 at designated hitter and 24 at first base.
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  • Rockies' Hunter Goodman: Third in Double-A with 18 homers

    Goodman is tied for third among Double-A hitters with 18 home runs and is slashing .228/.324/.488 with a 25.5 percent strikeout rate in 76 games for Hartford. Goodman has made 27 starts in left field, 20 starts at first base, 20 starts at designated hitter and nine starts at catcher this season for the Yard Goats. Unlike the rest of the Rockies' affiliates, the park in Hartford plays pretty evenly for hitters and pitchers, so Goodman's surface stats will likely spike again once he gets promoted to Triple-A Albuquerque. His .255 BABIP is partly to blame for his low batting average, but given that he will turn 24 in October and profiles best at the bottom of the defensive spectrum, the offensive bar he needs to clear is high.
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  • Rockies' Hunter Goodman: Heads to Double-A

    The Rockies promoted Goodman from High-A Spokane to Double-A Hartford on Tuesday. Goodman's assignment to Double-A comes after the 22-year-old catcher/first baseman was named the Northwest League's Player of the Month for August. Dating back to the beginning of last month, Goodman slashed an impressive .344/.385/.712 with 23 extra-base hits (11 home runs, 11 doubles and one triple) while maintaining a palatable 21.5 percent strikeout rate.
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