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  • Brewers' Jon Singleton: Makes first appearance since 2015

    Singleton went 1-for-4 with one run scored in Saturday's 10-8 win over Cincinnati. Singleton made his first MLB appearance since 2015, playing first base and batting sixth. Rowdy Tellez operated as the designated hitter Saturday, but he figures to man first on a regular basis, so Singleton will presumably be relegated to a backup role, limiting his overall fantasy value.
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  • Brewers' Jon Singleton: Officially promoted

    The Brewers selected Singleton's contract from Triple-A Nashville on Saturday. With Darin Ruf (knee) headed to the 10-day injured list, Singleton will play in the majors for the first time since 2015 and serve as Milwaukee's backup first baseman. Singleton is slashing .258/.384/.483 with 10 homers and 29 RBI through 216 plate appearances with Nashville, but he likely won't make a big enough impact in Milwaukee to become a fantasy asset.
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  • Brewers' Jon Singleton: Joining team Saturday

    Singleton will have his contract selected from Triple-A Nashville on Saturday, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. The 31-year-old first baseman will have a chance to play in the majors for the first time since 2015 with Darin Ruf (leg) headed for the IL. Singleton was signed to a minor-league contract over the winter, and he hit .258 with 10 homers and an .867 OPS over 178 plate appearances with Nashville. He could see time at first base as well as designated hitter while he's with the Brew Crew, but isn't likely to see much action.
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  • Brewers' Jon Singleton: Reassigned to minors camp

    Singleton was reassigned Tuesday to the minor-league side of Brewers camp, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Singleton was released by the Brewers back in January before re-signing with the club on a minor-league pact a few weeks later. He hasn't appeared in a game at the major-league level since all the way back in 2015.
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  • Brewers' Jon Singleton: Back with Milwaukee

    Singleton signed a minor-league contract with the Brewers on Friday and received an invitation to major-league spring training, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. After being cut by the Brewers roughly two weeks ago, Singleton will rejoin the club as an organizational depth piece. The 31-year-old first baseman recorded an .809 OPS with Triple-A Nashville last year after playing in Mexico in 2021.
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  • Jon Singleton: Released by Milwaukee

    Singleton was released by the Brewers on Thursday, per the MLB transaction log. Singleton was designated for assignment by Milwaukee on Monday, and he unsurprisingly went unclaimed on waivers. He spent the entire 2022 season with Triple-A Nashville and managed a .219/.375/.434 line across 581 plate appearances.
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  • Brewers' Jon Singleton: Loses 40-man spot

    The Brewers designated Singleton for assignment Monday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The move opens up a spot on the 40-man roster for Brian Anderson, whose one-year deal with Milwaukee became official Monday. The 31-year-old Singleton was added to the Brewers' 40-man roster earlier in the offseason after he slashed .219/.375/.434 with 24 home runs in 134 games with Triple-A Nashville in 2022. The former top prospect will hit waivers, and he could elect free agency if he goes unclaimed.
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  • Brewers' Jon Singleton: Homers in first game back

    Singleton went 1-for-4 with a home run in Tuesday's season opener with Triple-A Nashville. Singleton signed a minor-league deal with the Brewers over the offseason, and he wound up going deep in his first official appearance since 2017. Now 30 years old, the once-heralded prospect has mostly lost his shine, but he showed Tuesday he still has some pop. He's going to need a stretch of success at the Triple-A level to earn another shot in the big leagues, but a promotion at some point is not out of the question.
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  • Brewers' Jon Singleton: Signs minors deal with Milwaukee

    Singleton signed a minor-league contract with the Brewers on Thursday. Singleton appeared in 114 major-league games in 2014 and 2015, struggling to a .171/.290/.331 slash line. He's been out of affiliated baseball since 2017, though he did appear in 46 games for the Diablos Rojos del Mexico in the Mexican League in 2021, hitting .321/.503/.693 with 15 homers.
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  • Jonathan Singleton: Let go Monday

    Singleton was released by the Astros on Monday, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports. Singleton was dealt a 100-game suspension in January after testing positive for an illegal drug. He'll look to catch on elsewhere after Houston elected to part ways Monday. Singleton slashed .205/.376/.397 with 18 home runs and 62 RBI for Double-A Corpus Christi in 2017.
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  • Astros' Jonathan Singleton: Suspended 100 games

    Singleton has received a 100-game suspension without pay after failing a third positive test for a drug of abuse, Bob Nightengale of USA Today reports. It's been a tough couple of years for the once-lauded prospect. After being ousted from the Astros' 40-man roster prior to the 2017 season, Singleton spent the entire year with Double-A Corpus Christi, where he hit .205/.376/.397 in 117 games with the Hooks. The 26-year-old has appeared in just 114 games for the Astros since inking an extension with the team in 2014. Singleton will be free to sign elsewhere, and hopefully get his career back on track, once his contract with Houston expires after the 2018 season.
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  • Astros' Jonathan Singleton: Assigned to Double-A

    Singleton was assigned to Double-A Corpus Christi to open the regular season, the Houston Chronicle's Jake Kaplan reports. Singleton has already been removed from the Astros' 40-man roster, but he will still make $2 million this season in the penultimate year of the extension he signed in 2014. With A.J. Reed set to be the everyday first baseman at Triple-A, Singleton will need to go down to Double-A, a level he has not played at since 2013, in order to get everyday at-bats. It's unclear how Singleton's career would have been different if he never signed that extension, but it has worked as something of a gift and a curse, as he will need to wait two years to get a fresh start in a different organization unless the Astros are willing to buy him out.
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  • Astros' Jonathan Singleton: Headed back to minors

    Singleton has been reassigned to minor league camp, MLB.com's Brian McTaggart reports. Singleton was 4-for-21 at the plate during Grapefruit League play, scoring three runs and driving in two during what will end up being a short spring. The next step for the 25-year-old, who was removed from the team's 40-man roster in April, remains to be seen. Singleton should still get some run at Triple-A Fresno, but after hitting just .202 and striking out at a 24.8 percent clip last year, he'll need to quickly turn things around in order to even keep his job there.
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  • Astros' Jonathan Singleton: Off 40-man roster, what's next?

    Singleton, who was removed from the Astros' 40-man roster during the offseason, may find playing time at Triple-A Fresno difficult to come by, Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle reports. Singleton dropped off the map last season, hitting just .202 at Fresno and never reaching the majors. A former top prospect, the 25-year-old first baseman will be challenged by younger prospects A.J. Reed and Tyler White.
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  • Astros' Jonathan Singleton: Outrighted to Triple-A Fresno

    Singleton cleared waivers and was sent outright to Triple-A Fresno on Tuesday, Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle reports. As expected, the former top prospect will remain an Astro farmhand after no teams were interested in picking up his bat that hasn't produced a major league batting average above .200. Singleton's power is intriguing, but he'll be nothing more than an organizational depth piece until he can make more contact.
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  • Astros' Jonathan Singleton: Placed on outright waivers

    Singleton was placed on outright waivers by the Astros on Saturday, Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle reports. Kaplan predicts that Singleton will clear waivers and be sent to Triple-A Fresno, an understandable thought given that Singleton is still owed $4.5 million. In 420 career plate appearances, the former top prospect has hit an anemic .171/.290/.331 with151 strikeouts, which simply does not belong in a major league lineup. Blocked at first base and designated hitter by a combination of Yulieski Gurriel, Brian McCann, AJ Reed, and Tyler White, it's unlikely Singleton sees significant time in the majors any time in the near future.
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  • Astros' Jonathan Singleton: Homers twice Thursday for Triple-A Fresno

    Singleton went 4-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI during Thursday's loss to Triple-A Salt Lake. Singleton, who had been hitting .143 prior to Thursday's game, raised his batting average 86 points with the four-hit performance. He's hitting .225 with three home runs and seven RBI through 11 games with Triple-A Fresno. The 24-year-old first baseman does not appear to be a threat to overtake Tyler White in Houston anytime soon, especially now that A.J. Reed has leapfrogged him on the organizational depth chart.
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  • Astros' Jonathan Singleton: Headed back to minors

    Singleton was optioned to minor league camp Monday. Singleton struggled mightily this spring, hitting just .151 with 17 strikeouts and only three walks over 56 Grapefruit League plate appearances. He'll open 2016 with Triple-A Fresno, where he hit .254/.359/.505 with 22 home runs and 83 RBI over 102 games last year. Singleton's demotion means Tyler White has likely won the Astros' first base competition.
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  • Astros' Jonathan Singleton: Running out of time to earn first base job

    Singleton is running out of time to earn the Astros' starting first base job, Evan Drellich of the Houston Chroncile reports. Singleton is just 6-for-40 (.150) this spring with 15 strikeouts and only three walks. Tyler White (.344) and A.J. Reed (.258) have out-performed the 24-year-old, but Singleton may still win the job anyway due to his $10 million guaranteed contract. With a little over two weeks remaining in spring training, this position battle figure to come down to the wire.
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  • Astros' Jonathan Singleton: Has big day at the plate Wednesday

    Singleton went 2-for-4 with a two-run double and a solo home run Wednesday during the Astros' 7-3 Grapefruit League loss to the Tigers. "It's nice to see him have a good day," manager A.J. Hinch said of Singleton, who raised his spring batting average from .104 to .152 with the performance. "He's worked pretty hard, and he hasn't had a day like this yet. Obviously he has it in him. To see him have a day like today is a nice fresh start for him for the rest of camp." The 24-year-old arrived in camp as the favorite to win the Astros' starting first base job, but he'll have to beat out A.J. Reed, Tyler White and Matt Duffy for the role.
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