DTDRobbie Grossman
LF/DH MIN
3 hours ago

Grossman (oblique) is available from the bench Wednesday against the Indians, Mike Berardino of the Pioneer Press reports.

EDGE Analysis

It appears that a stint on the DL won't be necessary for Grossman. Although he's still receiving treatment for his sore oblique, he's able to play Wednesday if need be. He should still be considered day-to-day heading into Thursday's series opener versus the White Sox.

DTDRobbie Grossman
LF/DH MIN
1 day ago

Grossman is experiencing oblique soreness, Mike Berardino of the Pioneer Press reports.

EDGE Analysis

Fortunately, the club hopes that Grossman will be available from the bench Tuesday night. There was no indication that he's been dealt with a serious injury, so consider him day-to-day heading into Wednesday's game against the Indians.

DTDRobbie Grossman
LF/DH MIN
1 day ago

Grossman is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Indians, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Grossman entered Monday's game as a substitute and went 0-for-2 with two strikeouts. He'll return to the bench Tuesday night as the Twins deploy an outfield of Eddie Rosario, Logan Schafer, and Max Kepler.

DTDRobbie Grossman
LF/DH MIN
2 days ago

Grossman is not in the lineup Monday against the Indians, Phil Miller of the Star Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

Grossman is riding a five-game hitting streak, going 8-for-19 in that span, but he'll head to the bench Monday for the second time in the last three games. In his place, Eddie Rosario will shift over to left field to make way for Logan Schafer -- making his team debut -- to man center.

DTDRobbie Grossman
LF/DH MIN
1 week ago

Grossman is out of the lineup Tuesday against the Tigers.

EDGE Analysis

Grossman will have the night off as Danny Santana gets the nod to start in left field against Anibal Sanchez and the Tigers. Expect Grossman to return to action Wednesday when Minnesota plays the second game of their series versus Detroit.

DTDRobbie Grossman
LF/DH MIN
3 weeks ago

Grossman homered, a two-run blast, in a 1-for-4 game in Tuesday's loss to the Astros.

EDGE Analysis

After homering six times in his first 38 games with the Twins, Grossman had gone his previous 25 games without a home run. He still had a nifty 15 walks in 100 plate appearances over that stretch, but as a corner outfielder, he needs his power to show up to be worth a spot in the lineup. He still owns a .266/.392/.436 batting line on the year and has been one of the few bright spots for Minnesota.

DTDRobbie Grossman
LF/DH MIN
4 weeks ago

Grossman is not in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Rays, according to Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

EDGE Analysis

Grossman still owns an .822 OPS on the season, but he tallied just three hits over his last 21 at-bats, so he will be held out Saturday for the fourth time in six games. Danny Santana will get the start in left field in Saturday's contest.

DTDRobbie Grossman
LF/DH MIN
4 weeks ago

Grossman started in left field and went 0-for-4 in Thursday's loss to Cleveland. He's hitting .208/.333/.326 with no home runs since July 15.

EDGE Analysis

Grossman had a torrid start to his Twins career by hitting .289 with a .886 OPS and six home runs in his first 48 games. However, he's cooled at the plate lately and has been losing playing time to Eddie Rosario. Grossman is drawing walks at 17.5 percent, so his hot start may not have been a fluke. However, the Twins may not view him as a big part of their 2017 plans and he may lose playing time to younger players as a result.

DTDRobbie Grossman
LF/DH MIN
1 month ago

Grossman is out of Tuesday's lineup against the Braves, Brandon Warne of Cold Omaha reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Twins will opt to start Eddie Rosario in left field instead of Grossman. Rosario, who's hitting .413/.429/.630 over the last 14 days, will be hitting seventh in Tuesday's lineup.

DTDRobbie Grossman
LF/DH MIN
1 month ago

Grossman is out of the lineup Sunday against the Red Sox, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

EDGE Analysis

Twins manager Paul Molitor will continue to stick with the hot bat of Eddie Rosario in left field, after the 24-year-old turned in a four-hit effort Saturday. It will result in Grossman being squeezed out of the lineup for the first time in three games, but he still seems to have solidified himself as a regular option in the outfield or at DH. Grossman is holding down a .408 on-base percentage on the season, good for tops on the team among players with at least 100 plate appearances.