Adam Lind
1B/DH SEA
1 week ago

Lind (finger) is in the lineup for Monday's game against Toronto, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Lind missed five games with a finger injury before he returned to the lineup Sunday against Houston. He went 1-for-4 with two strikeouts in that game and has been disappointing on the whole this season, with a .233/.279/.440 batting line. Expect him to play a bench role when the Mariners face left-handed pitching down the stretch.

Adam Lind
1B/DH SEA
2 weeks ago

Lind (finger), who has missed the last five games, hopes to play Monday, the Seattle Times reports.

EDGE Analysis

Lind took batting practice for the second straight day Saturday to test his sprained right index finger and felt improvement. Friday's session didn't go well, but he was able to finish Saturday's session.

Adam Lind
1B/DH SEA
2 weeks ago

Lind (finger) took part in a batting-practice session Saturday.

EDGE Analysis

Lind tried to hit Friday, but it didn't go as well as he had hoped, so he tried again Saturday with much better results. The first baseman remains day-to-day, according to manager Scott Servais, Dae-Ho Lee started at first base Saturday.

Adam Lind
1B/DH SEA
2 weeks ago

Lind took some soft-toss swings Wednesday and still felt pain in his sprained right finger, the Seattle Times reports.

EDGE Analysis

Lind hasn't played since suffering the injury Sunday. He was expected to be out 3-4 days, but it could take longer for him to get healthy. "It's still really sore," manager Scott Servais said. "It's the vibration from the ball (hitting the bat) and it was only get flipped in there. It's going to be a few days yet. It's when you don't hit a ball just right, when you get it off the end or something like that. It's going to take a while. It's still got a bunch of swelling in there."

Adam Lind
1B/DH SEA
2 weeks ago

Lind (finger) is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Angels.

EDGE Analysis

Dan Vogelbach will get another start at first base Wednesday with Lind still sidelined with a swollen finger that is preventing him from getting a proper grip on a bat. The Mariners are off Thursday, so the next time Lind can be expected to return will be for the series opener against the Astros on Friday.

Adam Lind
1B/DH SEA
2 weeks ago

Lind (finger) is expected to miss 3-4 days due to his sprained finger, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The first baseman's finger is reportedly very swollen right now, so they'll have to wait until he can properly grip a bat before he can return. This would put Lind on track to come back either Wednesday against the Angels or Friday for the series opener against the Astros. Dae-Ho Lee and top prospect Dan Vogelbach will likely fill in for him until he returns.

Adam Lind
1B/DH SEA
2 weeks ago

Lind (finger) is not in the lineup for Monday's game against the Angels.

EDGE Analysis

Lind sprained his finger in Sunday's contest, and it seems like it's not back to full strength quite yet. Dae-Ho Lee will slot into the lineup at first base in his stead, and will likely do so in the coming days if Lind continues to rest.

Adam Lind
1B/DH SEA
2 weeks ago

Lind suffered a sprained finger in the first inning of Sunday's game and is day-to-day, 710 ESPN's Shannon Drayer reports.

EDGE Analysis

He went 1-for-1 with a walk and a run prior to exiting Sunday, getting replaced by Dae-Ho Lee at first base. Lee would be the likely starter at first base Monday in Anaheim if Lind needs another day to get right, but the Mariners would ideally prefer to deploy Lind in Monday's matchup against righty Ricky Nolasco.

Adam Lind
1B/DH SEA
3 weeks ago

Lind is not in the lineup for Thursday's series finale against the Rangers, Bob Dutton of the Tacoma News Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

With left-hander Derek Holland taking the ball for Texas, Lind will head to the bench for a day off. Dae-Ho Lee will take over at first base in his stead.

Adam Lind
1B/DH SEA
3 weeks ago

Lind went 2-for-3 with two homers, five RBI and a walk against the Rangers on Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

With his first long balls since Aug. 19, Lind joined the 20-homer club for the second straight year and the sixth time in his career. However, those homers have been the only positive in his batting line this season, as his stats have fallen across the board otherwise. His walk rate's less than half what it was last year, his strikeout rate is up, and he hasn't accumulated particularly fantasy-relevant RBI and run totals. Lind also remains stuck in a platoon with Dae-Ho Lee at first base, though he does get to DH sometimes.