Erick Aybar
SS/3B DET
3 months ago

Aybar is not in the lineup for Monday's game against the Twins.

EDGE Analysis

Aybar will get a day off after making three straight starts at third base. Andrew Romine will get the nod at the hot corner for the Tigers on Monday night.

Erick Aybar
SS/3B DET
3 months ago

Aybar (abdomen) is back in the lineup Friday against the Orioles.

EDGE Analysis

Aybar has been limited to just two plate appearances (both walks) -- and has been scratched from the lineup twice -- over the past week while dealing with left abdominal soreness, but he's now feeling healthy enough to slot back into the lineup Friday. He's slated to man third base and bat eighth against Kevin Gausman.

Erick Aybar
SS/3B DET
3 months ago

Aybar (abdomen) is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the White Sox.

EDGE Analysis

Aybar remains sidelined by the abdominal soreness he has dealt with of late. He is no longer the Tigers' regular shortstop with with Jose Iglesias back in action, but the injury has still likely cost him some playing time given Ian Kinsler's finger injury and the revolving door that is currently being used at third base.

Erick Aybar
SS/3B DET
3 months ago

Aybar (abdomen) remains out of the lineup Monday against the White Sox.

EDGE Analysis

Aybar was a late scratch from Sunday's series finale against the Royals due to abdomen soreness, and he'll sit the team's second straight afternoon contest as well. In his place, Jose Iglesias will start at shortstop, while Jacoby Jones mans the hot corner for Detroit.

Erick Aybar
SS/3B DET
3 months ago

Aybar (abdomen) was scratched from the lineup Sunday against the Royals.

EDGE Analysis

Aybar has now been scratched from the lineup on consecutive days due to the sore left abdominal muscle, but the injury still doesn't seem to be anything overly concerning. He'll be replaced at third base by Andrew Romine on Sunday and should be back in the lineup at some point during the Tigers' upcoming series with the White Sox.

Erick Aybar
SS/3B DET
3 months ago

Aybar (abdomen) is back in the lineup Sunday against the Royals.

EDGE Analysis

The Tigers held Aybar out of Saturday's lineup with a sore left abdominal muscle, but the injury proved to be only a short-term concern. Since getting traded to the Tigers on Aug. 16, Aybar has gone 9-for-40 (.225 average), which has prevented him from capturing a full-time starting role. Until his production continues to lag, Aybar will have to battle Andrew Romine for duties at third base.

Erick Aybar
SS/3B DET
3 months ago

Aybar was scratched from Saturday's lineup with left abdominal soreness.

EDGE Analysis

He was originally slated to start at third base, as he did Friday, but the abdominal issue will prevent Aybar from taking the field. Andrew Romine will step in at the hot corner and bat ninth against right-hander Yordano Ventura.

Erick Aybar
SS/3B DET
3 months ago

Aybar may continue to get starts at shortstop after Jose Iglesias (hamstring) returns from injury, reports the Detroit Free Press.

EDGE Analysis

Aybar was hitting .233 in eight games with the Tigers after hitting .242 in 97 games with the Braves. He may also get starts at third, but 1,235 of his 1,293 games played in the majors came at short. Manager Brad Ausmus told reporters Thursday that starter Jose Iglesias' hamstring was still bothering him, so he may not be activated from the disabled list right away. Keep Aybar going while you can.

Erick Aybar
SS/3B DET
4 months ago

Aybar is starting at shortstop and batting second Wednesday against the Royals.

EDGE Analysis

Less than 24 hours after being traded, Aybar is set to make his Tigers debut. Aybar had improved his performance at the plate prior to being traded and owns a .306 batting average over the last 15=4 days.

Erick Aybar
SS/3B DET
4 months ago

Aybar was traded to the Tigers on Tuesday in exchange for Mike Aviles and Kade Scivicque.

EDGE Analysis

It's been a miserable season for Aybar, but he's been hot in August (18-for-54) and will fill an immediate need for Detroit with Jose Iglesias (hamstring) landing on the DL. Aybar has been caught on the basepaths five times in eight attempts this season and will be batting at the bottom of the order, so there's little reason to think Aybar contribute much in the stolen base category the rest of the way. That said, he'll have some appeal in deep AL-only leagues while he's still hitting.