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Top Casey Schmitt News
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Three more hits Monday
Schmitt (ankle) went 3-for-5 with a double, two RBI and two runs scored in Monday's 14-4 win over the Pirates.
Schmitt was given Sunday off to recover from a minor ankle issue. He returned to the lineup with his third multi-hit effort in his last five games, and the second three-hit game of his young career. Monday gave fans and fantasy managers a glimpse to what the Giants' infield sans Thairo Estrada (wrist) may look like versus southpaws, with Schmitt at second base, J.D. Davis at third and Brandon Crawford at shortstop, while Brett Wisely hit the bench. Schmitt may see more time at the keystone in the near term if Crawford resumes a starting role at shortstop. Schmitt is slashing .342/.351/.500 with two home runs, two stolen bases, 15 RBI and 12 runs scored through his first 20 major-league contests.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Back in lineup Monday
Schmitt (ankle) will start at second base and bat fifth Monday against the Pirates.
Schmitt sat out Sunday's loss to the Brewers after tweaking his ankle a day earlier, but he's feeling well enough to give it a go for the start of San Francisco's homestand. The rookie made his last three starts at shortstop, but he'll give way to Brandon Crawford on Monday while moving back to the keystone.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Sitting Sunday, ankle improving
Schmitt (ankle) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Brewers, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Schmitt received treatment on his ankle after rolling it during Saturday's win, but he told Slusser that he's "absolutely fine" and is just getting a regular day of rest Sunday. The rookie should be considered day-to-day, though he may be available off the bench for the series finale.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Getting treatment on ankle
Schmitt is receiving treatment on his ankle after rolling it during Saturday's game against the Brewers, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Schmitt was able to stay in the game, but it was clearly bothering the infielder for the remainder of Saturday's win for the Giants over the Brewers. He should be considered day-to-day at this stage.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Plates two, steals base
Schmitt went 2-for-4 with a double, two RBI, a stolen base and two runs scored in Thursday's 5-0 win over the Brewers.
Schmitt contributed a two-run double in the Giants' four-run eighth inning. After hitting safely in nine of his first 10 major-league games, Schmitt has cooled off a bit, going 5-for-22 (.227) over his last six contests. The infielder is slashing .339/.339/.516 with two home runs, two steals, 12 RBI and nine runs scored through 62 plate appearances, and it appears the Giants are committed to getting his bat -- and perhaps more notably, his glove -- into the lineup on a near-everyday basis.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Gets first day off Tuesday
Schmitt is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Twins.
This is the first day off for Schmitt since he joined the Giants' major-league roster May 9. Brandon Crawford is also sitting Tuesday. Thairo Estrada will play shortstop and J.D. Davis will cover first base. Brett Wisely is at second.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Registers first career steal
Schmitt went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a stolen base in Sunday's 7-5 win over the Marlins.
Schmitt's shown off some power and plenty of defensive highlights, and now he's added his first major-league steal in his 12th contest. The infielder is slashing .383/.383/.596 with two home runs, nine RBI, seven runs scored and four doubles through 47 plate appearances. He's seen consistent playing time between third base and shortstop, with an occasional turn at second base. As long as his bat stays hot, there should be room for him in the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Delivers another two-hit night
Schmitt went 2-for-4 with a double in Monday's 6-3 victory over the Phillies.
For the first time in his brief career, Schmitt didn't have a hit Sunday. He responded with his fifth multi-hit game of the season Monday. He's only played in seven games. He's slashing a hilarious .464/.464/.821 to start his career. Even with Brandon Crawford back in the lineup, Schmitt is likely to stick around with this incredible production.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Finishes triple shy of cycle
Schmitt went 4-for-4 with one double, one homer, three RBI and two runs scored in Thursday's 6-2 victory over the Diamondbacks.
Schmitt was just getting started when he hammered a second-inning curveball 443 feet. He capped his night with a ninth-inning double to push the lead to 3-0. The rookie has torn up major-league pitching in his first three games. He has collected at least two hits in every game and is sporting a 2.000 OPS. Brandon Crawford is expected to return soon, but Schmitt can play all over the infield, increasing his odds of sticking around.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Homers in debut
Schmitt went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Nationals.
Schmitt's first hit in the majors was a long solo shot in the fourth inning off Washington starter Patrick Corbin. Earlier Tuesday, Schmitt earned his first call-up after slashing .313/.352/.410 with a home run, 22 RBI, 19 runs scored and three stolen bases through 32 contests with Triple-A Sacramento. His surge through the minors last year has bolstered his prospect status, with his power and defense likely to help the Giants as long as he's on the roster. The natural third baseman filled in at shortstop Tuesday, and he can also play some second base, though Thairo Estrada has that position on lock in the majors.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Starts at short in MLB debut
Schmitt is starting at shortstop and batting seventh in his MLB debut Tuesday against the Nationals, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Schmitt jumps right into action for the Giants after being called up Tuesday from Triple-A Sacramento, where he was slashing .313/.352/.410 through 145 plate appearances this year. With improving power and a bit of speed -- to go along with a regular role in the absence of Brandon Crawford (calf) -- the 24-year-old might be worth a try in deeper fantasy formats.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Promotion likely
The Giants are likely to call up Schmitt from Triple-A Sacramento prior to Tuesday's game versus the Nationals, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Schmitt, 24, has put together a .313/.352/.410 batting line with one home run and three stolen bases in 32 games with Sacramento this season. He's played plenty of shortstop and third base with the River Cats and recently added second-base duties to the mix, as well. Schmitt could see fairly regular action for the Giants while bouncing around the infield.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Added to MLB roster
Schmitt had his contract selected from Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday.
Schmitt will get his first close-up with the Giants after delivering a .313/.352/.410 batting line with one home run, 22 RBI, three stolen bases and 19 runs scored through 32 games this season at the Triple-A level. The 24-year-old can play shortstop, third base and second base, offering defensive versatility and a solid bat for San Francisco. He'll likely draw most of his playing time at short as Brandon Crawford nurses a calf strain.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Casey Schmitt: Power outage at Triple-A
Schmitt has a .326/.340/.391 slash line with zero home runs, zero steals and a 22:3 K:BB in 21 games with Triple-A Sacramento.
Sacramento suppresses offense more than any park in the Pacific Coast League, and while Schmitt hasn't blasted a home run yet, his 9.7 percent soft-hit rate and 5.9 percent infield-flyball rate suggest he is usually getting good wood on the ball. The 24-year-old infielder is known as much for his glove as his bat and has split time at shortstop (12 starts) and third base (eight starts). A 2023 debut could be in the cards if he ups his walks and either cuts his strikeouts and/or ups his power output.... See More ... See Less
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