Adam Lind 1B SEA 1 day ago

Lind is not in the lineup for Friday's matchup with the Twins, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports

Competitive Edge Analysis

Lind will get a standard night off Friday, and will be replaced at first base by Dae-Ho Lee. Lind is coming off his best outing of the season. He went 4-for-4 with two home runs Wednesday against the Athletics. He will likely be back in the lineup Saturday, and will look to stay hot.

Adam Lind 1B SEA 3 days ago

Lind went 4-for-4 with a double, two homers, six RBI and three runs against Oakland on Wednesday.

Competitive Edge Analysis

It's been a horrendous season for Lind to this point, as he came in with a .565 OPS in 35 games, which he managed to lift by 105 points with one night of raking against Oakland pitching. If you're a glass-half-full sort of fantasy owner, Lind's hit four of his five 2016 homers in his last eight games.

Adam Lind 1B SEA 1 week ago

Lind is out of the lineup for Saturday's game against the Reds.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Dae-Ho Lee will get his first start since May 15 with Lind getting the day off against left-hander John Lamb. Lind has begun to turn things around at the plate of late, clubbing two home runs in the last week. He figures to rejoin the lineup Sunday with the Mariners facing right-hander Alfredo Simon.

Adam Lind 1B SEA 1 week ago

Lind went 1-for-4 with a game-changing three-run homer, his third of the season, in Thursday's win against the Orioles.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Orioles' starter Tyler Wilson threw a pretty decent pitch, but Lind put a great swing on the ball, going the other way for the opposite-field home run, to put the game out of reach and lead the Mariners to victory. In his first season with the Mariners, the first baseman has struggled greatly in the early goings. Lind is posting career-worst peripherals across the board, and most worrisome would have to be the incredible power outage that he has fallen victim to. Maybe Thursday's homer is what he needs to get moving in the right direction.

Adam Lind 1B SEA 2 weeks ago

Lind is out of the lineup Sunday against the Angels.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Manager Scott Servais will try to limit the lefty bats in his lineup against southpaw Hector Santiago, so Adam Lind, Leonys Martin and Seth Smith will all ride the pine. In Lind's place, Dae-Ho Lee will get the starting nod at first base.

Adam Lind 1B SEA 3 weeks ago

Lind is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Rays, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Lind is struggling to the tune of a .212 average, and will now take a seat for the third time in four games, but all three have come against southpaws so it is not necessarily indicative of a larger trend. Dae-Ho Lee will fill in at first base and draw the start against the left-handed Drew Smyly.

Adam Lind 1B SEA 3 weeks ago

Lind is not in the lineup Monday against the Rays, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Lind will sit for the second time in three days as the Mariners go up against left-hander Matt Moore. Dae-Ho Lee will get the nod at first base, as was the case Saturday against Houston lefty Dallas Keuchel.

Adam Lind 1B SEA 3 weeks ago

Lind is not in the lineup Saturday against the Astros, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

It looks like simply a routine day off for Lind, who's been the usual starter at first base this season. In his place Saturday will be Dae-Ho Lee, and he'll hit eighth against Astros lefty Dallas Keuchel.

Adam Lind 1B SEA 4 weeks ago

Lind is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the A's.

Competitive Edge Analysis

The Mariners are facing rookie southpaw Sean Manaea on Wednesday, so manager Scott Servais has opted to use a primarily right-handed lineup. Lind still figures to see most of the playing time at first base when the Mariners face right-handers, but Dae-Ho Lee will take over at first with a lefty on the hill Wednesday.

Adam Lind 1B SEA 1 month ago

Lind went 2-for-4 with his first homer of the year Wednesday in a loss to Houston.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Over the first 17 games of the year, Lind was hitting .241 with just two extra-base hits and two RBI, so this was a pleasant change of pace for his fantasy owners, who expected something a little closer to last year's 20-homer, 87-RBI performance. Of course, Seattle's a tougher place to hit than Milwaukee and Lind is basically guaranteed to sit against lefties.