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Top Cal Stevenson News

  • Athletics' Cal Stevenson: Sent to Triple-A

    Stevenson was optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on Tuesday.

    The 25-year-old started 19 games since being called up for his big-league debut Aug. 10, but he'll head back to the minors after he posted a .478 OPS and 32.4 percent strikeout rate in 71 plate appearances. Ramon Laureano (oblique) was reinstated from the injured list in a corresponding move.

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  • Athletics' Cal Stevenson: Not in Wednesday's lineup

    Stevenson isn't starting Wednesday against the Nationals.

    Stevenson is resting after he went 2-for-14 with a double, two runs, a walk and five strikeouts over the last four games. Cristian Pache will start in center field and bat eighth.

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  • Athletics' Cal Stevenson: Riding pine Thursday

    Stevenson isn't starting Thursday against the Yankees.

    Stevenson went 4-for-12 with a double, an RBI, a walk and three strikeouts over his last four games but will take a seat for a second consecutive matchup. Skye Bolt will take over in center field and bat eighth.

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  • Athletics' Cal Stevenson: On bench versus lefty

    Stevenson is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Marlins.

    With southpaw Jesus Luzardo on the hill for Miami, the lefty-hitting Stevenson will head to the bench after going 4-for-12 with a double, a walk and an RBI while starting each of the past four games. Skye Bolt replaces Stevenson in center field.

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  • Athletics' Cal Stevenson: Resting against left-hander

    Stevenson isn't starting Friday against the Mariners.

    Stevenson has yet to start against a left-handed pitcher since joining the Athletics, and he'll get a breather with southpaw Marco Gonzales on the mound Friday. Skye Bolt will start in center field and bat ninth.

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  • Athletics' Cal Stevenson: Retreats to bench

    Stevenson isn't starting Wednesday against Texas.

    Stevenson's first six major-league starts came against right-handed pitchers, and he'll get a breather with southpaw Cole Ragans starting Wednesday. Skye Bolt is taking over in center field and batting ninth.

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  • Athletics' Cal Stevenson: Racking up free passes

    Stevenson went 0-for-3 with a pair of walks and a stolen base in Monday's 2-1 loss to the Rangers.

    Making his first career start out of the leadoff spot, Stevenson did his part by drawing the pair of free passes and also put his speed on display on the bases. Though he's off to a 2-for-13 start to his big-league career, he's drawn five walks over his first five games to prop his on-base percentage up to .389. Stevenson looks like he'll continue to get steady run as Oakland's everyday center fielder.

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  • Athletics' Cal Stevenson: Starts in first three MLB games

    Stevenson, who was promoted from Triple-A Las Vegas on Wednesday, is hitting .286 (2-for-7) with two walks and a run over his first three major-league games. He's also been caught stealing once.

    The promising prospect earned the callup after slashing a stellar .305/.417/.542 with the Aviators over 16 games following his acquisition from the Rays organization. Stevenson has held his own against big-league arms thus far in the very small sample of nine plate appearances, and his 67 stolen bases over 338 minor-league games gives him some upside in that department.

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  • Athletics' Cal Stevenson: Receives call-up to Oakland

    The Athletics selected Stevenson's contract from Triple-A Las Vegas on Wednesday. He'll start in center field and bat ninth in his MLB debut Wednesday against the Angels.

    Stevenson will take over the 40-man roster and 26-man active roster spot of designated hitter Jed Lowrie, whom the Athletics designated for assignment in a corresponding move. The 25-year-old Stevenson was acquired from the Rays earlier in the summer in the deal that sent Christian Bethancourt to Tampa Bay, and since joining the Oakland organization, he produced a .305/.417/.542 slash line with three home runs and six stolen bases over 72 plate appearances at Triple-A. The lefty-hitting Stevenson has played all three outfield spots in the minors this season and could get a look as an everyday player in his first taste of the big leagues, though the Athletics will likely try to limit his exposure to southpaws.

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  • Athletics' Cal Stevenson: Sent to Oakland

    Stevenson and Christian Fernandez were traded from the Rays to the Athletics on Saturday in exchange for Christian Bethancourt, Jeff Passan of reports.

    Stevenson is a 25-year-old with no big-league experience who hasn't been considered much more than a fringe prospect. He's shown good plate discipline this season, combining a 15.4 percent walk rate with a 20.7 percent strikeout rate, and his nine steals in 57 games with Triple-A Durham give him a path to fantasy relevance if he earns regular playing time. He's found himself in an organization where that playing time shouldn't be too hard to claim, but his 104 wRC+ (the product of a .265/.376/.353 slash line) at the Triple-A level isn't particularly inspiring.

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  • Rays' Cal Stevenson: Dealt to Tampa Bay

    Stevenson and Petyon Battenfield were traded from the Astros to the Rays on Thursday in exchange for Austin Pruitt, Brian McTaggart of reports.

    Stevenson has yet to play above High-A in his brief minor-league career, finishing the 2019 campaign with High-A Fayetteville. After being traded from the Blue Jays to the Astros at the trade deadline, he appeared in 23 games for Woodpeckers, slashing .247/.390/.346 with nine RBI and two stolen bases.

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  • Astros' Cal Stevenson: Sent to Houston

    Stevenson was traded from the Blue Jays to the Astros along with Joe Biagini and Aaron Sanchez in exchange for Derek Fisher on Wednesday, Ben Nicholson-Smith of reports.

    A 10th-round pick by the Blue Jays in 2018, Stevenson has posted strong numbers in 90 games for High-A Dunedin this season, hitting .298/.388/.393 with five homers and 11 steals. His plate control has been particularly impressive, as he owns a 12.8 percent walk rate and a 13.3 percent strikeout rate. He owns an excellent 114:76 BB:K thus far as a professional.

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  • Blue Jays' Cal Stevenson: Jumps to High-A

    Stevenson will open the year with High-A Dunedin, Jonathan Mayo of reports.

    Stevenson only played in rookie ball after the Blue Jays selected him in the 10th round of last year's draft, so this is a pretty big jump in levels for the 22-year-old outfielder. Of course, given his age and the fact he had almost as many steals (21) as strikeouts last year (24), he is deserving of this challenge. If he carries over that success at a more age-appropriate level this year, he could become a top-200 prospect for dynasty leagues.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-10, 175 lbs
Birthplace: Fremont, CA
Age: 26
Experience: R
Bats/Throws: L, L