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Apr 20, 2023 3 0 0 2
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2023 44.52.8 5 4 13 4 .283
2022 7.51.5 1 2 2 .286
2020 .000
3y Avg. 2.51.3 0 1 1 .200
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Moves to 60-day IL

    O'Hoppe (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Saturday. The rookie catcher said earlier this week that he hopes to be able to return on the early end of his 4-to-6 month timeline, so there's a chance we see him in September. Matt Thaiss is the top Angels catcher to roster right now, with Max Stassi (hip) due back sometime in May.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Hopes to return in 2023

    O'Hoppe (shoulder) underwent surgery Tuesday and said he hopes to be able to return on the early end of his 4-to-6-month timeframe, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. O'Hoppe was diagnosed with a torn labrum in his left shoulder last week. The rookie catcher was off to a strong start before the injury, slashing .283/.339/.547 with four homers and 13 RBI over 59 plate appearances. O'Hoppe has a chance to return late this season, but he's a tough hold in redraft leagues given his lengthy recovery period.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Undergoing surgery Tuesday

    O'Hoppe (shoulder) is set to undergo surgery on his torn labrum Tuesday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. O'Hoppe is expected to miss 4-to-6 months after being diagnosed with the tear over the weekend. The 23-year-old could return to the Angels before the end of the season, but is just as likely -- if not more so -- to not return to the Angels in 2024.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Out 4-to-6 months with torn labrum

    O'Hoppe was diagnosed with a torn labrum in his left shoulder Sunday and is expected to face a 4-to-6 month recovery after undergoing surgery, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. The 23-year-old suffered the injury Thursday against the Yankees on an awkward swing, and he's now poised to miss most, if not the entirety, of the rest of the 2023 season. It's a horrible break for O'Hoppe and the Angels, as he was off to a strong start to his rookie campaign with a .283/.339/.547 slash line and four home runs in 16 games. Max Stassi (hip) is also still on the injured list, leaving Matt Thaiss and Chad Wallach to handle catching duties for the Halos.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Placed on IL with shoulder injury

    O'Hoppe was placed on the 10-day injured list with a left shoulder injury by the Angels on Friday, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. O'Hoppe left Thursday's game against the Yankees after an awkward swing attempt in the ninth inning. The backstop will sit for at least 10 days while Chad Wallach is coming up from Triple-A Salt Lake to take O'Hoppe's place on the roster.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: To be evaluated further

    O'Hoppe (shoulder) will be evaluated in the next couple of days after exiting Thursday's matchup against the Yankees, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. O'Hoppe exited the game after an awkward swing in the ninth inning. He spoke to reporters after the contest but was unsure of any specific details regarding the nature of his injury or how much additional game action he may be forced to miss.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Leaves with shoulder injury

    O'Hoppe was pulled from Thursday's game against the Yankees after appearing to injure his left shoulder, Sarah Valenzuela of the Los Angeles Times reports. O'Hoppe immediately grabbed at his upper left arm after getting spun around on a pitch in the top of the ninth inning. He managed to make contact for a single and scampered to first base before jogging off the field with a look of deep frustration. The 23-year-old catcher finished 3-for-4 with two RBI on the day and boasts an .886 OPS through 59 plate appearances this season with the Angels.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Gets rest Wednesday

    O'Hoppe is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Angels, Sarah Valenzuela of the Los Angeles Times reports. Matt Thaiss will get the starting nod behind the dish while O'Hoppe sits for just the fourth time through the Angels' first 18 games of the season. So long as Max Stassi (hip) remains on the injured list, O'Hoppe should continue to dominate the starts at catcher.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Getting breather Saturday

    O'Hoppe is not in the starting lineup Saturday against the Red Sox. Matt Thaiss will catch and bat ninth with right-hander Nick Pivetta on the mound for Boston. O'Hoppe, 23, has slashed .231/.279/.564 with four home runs and 11 RBI through 11 games this season.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Goes deep again

    O'Hoppe went 1-for-3 with a solo home run Tuesday in a 2-0 win against Washington. Offense was sparse in the contest, and O'Hoppe provided half of the Angels' runs with his 414-foot solo shot in the sixth inning. The long ball was his fourth of the campaign, putting him atop the leaderboard among MLB catchers. Three of O'Hoppe's homers have come over his past five games, and he's knocked in four runs over that span.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Blasts another homer

    O'Hoppe went 1-for-5 with a solo home run Sunday in a 10-inning loss to Toronto. O'Hoppe gave the Angels what appeared to be a secure six-run lead with his 424-foot solo shot in the fourth inning. The rookie backstop has taken advantage of near-everyday playing time that became available when Max Stassi (hip) opened the campaign on the injured list, as he is tied for the team lead with nine RBI. Among big-league catchers, O'Hoppe is tied with Will Smith for the lead in homers with three on the campaign.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Possible waiver wire pickups

    A last-minute IL move for Max Stassi opened a spot on the Opening Day roster for Logan O'Hoppe, and he's quickly settled in as the primary catcher for the Angels, starting five of their first six games. He connected for his second home run Wednesday and has made consistently hard contact so far. His best trait we haven't even seen yet. He reached base at a .416 clip at Double-A last year but has yet to draw his first walk in the majors. That plate discipline should make him a viable Fantasy contributor even when he's scuffling at the plate, putting him in the top-12 discussion at catcher.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Slugs second homer

    O'Hoppe went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in a 4-3 win over Seattle on Wednesday. O'Hoppe's lone hit of the game was a big one, as his two-run homer in the second inning gave the Angels a lead that they did not relinquish. The rookie catcher has gone deep twice in his past three games, displaying the type of power that helped him hit 26 homers in the minors last season. Max Stassi (hip) could return from the injured list in less than 10 days, but O'Hoppe's strong start to the campaign may help him remain the team's primary backstop even when that happens.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Getting breather Tuesday

    O'Hoppe is not in the Angels' starting lineup Tuesday night against the Mariners. Matt Thaiss will start at catcher and bat eighth versus the Mariners and ace right-hander Luis Castillo. O'Hoppe is 4-for-14 (.286) with one home run and six RBI through four games played this season.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Belts first big-league homer

    O'Hoppe went 2-for-4 with a three-run home run in a 6-0 victory against Oakland on Sunday. O'Hoppe broke a scoreless tie in the top of the fourth inning with a 391-foot, three-run shot off Ken Waldichuk. The blast was his first long ball as a big-leaguer, and it extended his streak of games to begin the season with at least one RBI to three. The rookie catcher was originally slated to begin the campaign in the minors, but Max Stassi's hip injury and consequent placement on the IL has resulted in O'Hoppe starting all three games for the Angels so far. He's seized the opportunity, going 4-for-10 with six RBI through 11 plate appearances.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Starting in Opening Day game

    Angels manager Phil Nevin said O'Hoppe will be the team's starting catcher in Thursday's season opener in Oakland, Sarah Valenzuela of the Los Angeles Times reports. Less than a week ago, O'Hoppe looked as though he would open the season at Triple-A Salt Lake, but Max Stassi's (hip) move to the injured list has not only freed up a spot on the Opening Day roster for the 23-year-old backstop, but also a perhaps a temporary run as the Angels' No. 1 catcher. Nevin hasn't outlined how he plans to divvy up the starts at catcher between O'Hoppe and Matt Thaiss while Stassi is out, but given that the 27-year-old Thaiss owns an unremarkable .291 wOBA over 278 career MLB plate appearances and is coming off a poor spring at the plate, the Angels may be motivated to give the younger prospect a chance to prove he belongs in the majors. On the heels of a poor season at the dish, Stassi likely didn't have much job security prior to getting hurt, so if gets off to a hot start, O'Hoppe could hold down the No. 1 gig for good even after Stassi returns to full health.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Looks poised for roster spot

    O'Hoppe now appears to be on track to open the season as a member of the Angels' 26-man active roster after manager Phil Nevin acknowledged Sunday that Max Stassi (hip) will likely begin the campaign on the injured list, FieldLevelMedia.com reports. Given that the Angels want the 23-year-old to play regularly along with the fact that his primary competition for the No. 2 catcher role, Matt Thaiss, was out of minor-league options, O'Hoppe looked in line to open the season at Triple-A Salt Lake as recently as two weeks ago. However, with Stassi recently missing time in camp due to a personal matter before hurting his hip in a minor-league game Sunday, O'Hoppe looks like he could get the chance to see regular reps with the big club. O'Hoppe demonstrated impressive power-hitting and on-base skills at the Double-A level and in his brief taste of the majors in 2022, so he may be worth rostering in two-catcher leagues while he has a fairly clear path to playing time in the big leagues. Stassi took a big step back offensively in 2022 and likely didn't enter the season with much job security, so O'Hoppe could get the chance to stake a permanent claim to the No. 1 catching gig if he thrives early on in the campaign.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Underdog to win roster spot

    O'Hoppe appears as an underdog to begin the season in the majors with Matt Thaiss (1.060 OPS) having a good spring, MLB.com reports. O'Hoppe is hitting .250 (5-for-20) with a home run this spring. O'Hoppe is one of the team's top prospects, but the Angels may start him out in the minors. He's drawing good reviews overall this spring, so a decision on him making the Opening Day roster may come down to the wire. Either way, O'Hoppe seems like a candidate to be in the majors earlier rather than later this season. O'Hoppe had a breakout season last year by hitting .283 with 26 homers and a .961 OPS at Double-A which earned him a 14-game late-season call-up with the Angels.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Sitting in season finale

    O'Hoppe is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Athletics, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. O'Hoppe will hit the bench for the second straight game to close out the regular season. The 22-year-old backstop batted .231 with no extra-base hits in his first 15 big-league plate appearances and will maintain rookie eligibility heading into 2023.
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  • Angels' Logan O'Hoppe: Takes seat Tuesday

    O'Hoppe isn't starting Tuesday's game against the Athletics, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. O'Hoppe will turn catching duties over to Kurt Suzuki on Tuesday in what will likely be the final game in Suzuki's 16-year career.
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