Rickie Weeks 2B SEA 15 Days

Weeks agreed to a one-year, $2 million contract with the Mariners on Wednesday, ESPN reports.This is a bit of surprise that could have ramifications up and down the roster. According to the report, Weeks will play left and right field in addition to second base, though he has never played outfield in his career. If Weeks plays outfield, the Mariners can get away with a four-man bench, which allows manager Lloyd McClendon to keep an eight-man bullpen. It also means that the loser of the shortstop battle between Brad Miller and Chris Taylor will be sent back to Triple-A, assuming utility man Willie Bloomquist's injured knee proves healthy.

Rickie Weeks 2B SEA 4 Months

The Brewers declined the $14.5 million option on Weeks, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel's Tom Haudricourt reports.

This is certainly not surprising, given how much his play has declined at the plate and in the field. He will probably need to move off second base in order to see regular at-bats on a team next season, but if he is willing to do so, the Brewers may look to bring him back on a lesser contract. His fantasy value for 2015 won't be clear until he signs.

Rickie Weeks 2B SEA 5 Months

Weeks went 2-for-3 with a solo home run and two runs scored against the Reds on Thursday.

Weeks filled in for the injured Scooter Gennett (thigh) and came through offensively. However, he also committed a costly error on a dropped fly ball. The Brewers were eliminated from the playoffs Thursday, so the team has no incentive to bring Gennett back in a hurry, leaving a possibility for more starts at second base for Weeks.

Rickie Weeks 2B SEA 7 Months

Weeks was 1-for-1 with a walk and a three-run home run in Milwaukee's win over the Dodgers on Friday night.

He entered the game as a pinch hitter in the seventh as his mates put up four unearned runs to take the lead in the game, then launched his fourth home run in the eighth to ice the victory. A nice outburst, but he remains on the soft side of a platoon with Scooter Gennett which severely limits his fantasy value.

Rickie Weeks 2B SEA 7 Months

Rickie Weeks went 0-for-3 against the Rays on Monday to halt his hitting streak at seven games.

Weeks has gotten to play regularly of late with Scooter Gennett hurt, and he's been taking advantage, with eight hits, three doubles and three walks in 25 at-bats since the break. Gennett did return tonight, but since the game was in an AL park, Weeks was able to DH. He might sit tomorrow against Alex Cobb, but he'll be in Wednesday's lineup versus David Price.

Rickie Weeks 2B SEA 8 Months

Rickie Weeks went 3-for-5 with a double and a solo home run in Thursday's win over the Rockies.

Weeks went deep for the third time this season, victimizing Christian Friedrich with a home run to lead off the ballgame. The second baseman has played sparingly, but has a respectable .276/.341/.423 slash line with 15 RBI in 135 plate appearances on the year.

Rickie Weeks 2B SEA 9 Months

Rickie Weeks will hit leadoff Thursday against the Mets.

Weeks is getting the start at second base over Scooter Gennett with left-hander Jon Niese on the hill for New York. Meanwhile, the struggling Jean Segura is in the No. 8 spot for the third straight game.

Rickie Weeks 2B SEA 9 Months

Rickie Weeks went 3-for-4 with two RBI and three runs scored against the Cubs on Friday.

Weeks had just two hits in 17 at-bats over his last nine games. While it looked like he could push Scooter Gennett for playing time earlier this month, he's still only starting against southpaws. That severely limits his upside in fantasy leagues.

Rickie Weeks 2B SEA 9 Months

Rickie Weeks went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Sunday's loss to the Cubs.

Weeks took Travis Wood deep in the fifth inning to bring the Brewers back in the game with a 4-2 deficit. In limited playing time, Weeks has two homers and a .351/.403/.509. He has started five games in the last eight games and should earn more time based on his performance.

Rickie Weeks 2B SEA 10 Months

Rickie Weeks went 3-for-4 with a homer and a double Thursday in the Brewers' 4-3 defeat of the Pirates.

Khris Davis had the game-winning hit in the bottom of the ninth. Weeks is now 13-for-20 this month, raising his average from .188 all of the way up to .365. He should be earning himself more playing time in the process, but we'll see if that materializes.