Endy Chavez LF/CF.. SEA 2 Months

Chavez (head) is in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Rangers, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.

Chavez left Friday's game with a gash on his forehead, but the wound will not prevent him from taking the field Saturday. Chavez will play right field and bat eighth against Rangers starter Nick Martinez.

Endy Chavez LF/CF.. SEA 2 Months

Chavez (head) left Friday's game against the Rangers after receiving a gash on his forehead while sliding into second, but he will be available Saturday, Shannon Drayer of ESPN Seattle reports.

Chavez was originally feared to have a concussion, but he seems to be fine. He went 1-for-2 and suffered the injury successfully sliding into second with a stolen base.

Endy Chavez LF/CF.. SEA 2 Months

Chavez went 1-for-4 with an RBI in Sunday's win over the Nats.

Chavez was at risk of losing his roster spot at the trade deadline after the Mariners acquired Chris Denorfia and Austin Jackson, but instead he's starting just about every other day. Instead of Chavez losing his job, James Jones got sent down.

Endy Chavez LF/CF.. SEA 3 Months

Endy Chavez returned to action on Tuesday July 29.

Endy Chavez LF/CF.. SEA 3 Months

Endy Chavez has been scratched from the Mariners starting lineup on Saturday.

No reason given yet as to the reason for the late scratch. Corey Hart will get the start in right field in his place.

Endy Chavez LF/CF.. SEA 4 Months

Endy Chavez had a double and two walks, scoring all three times he reached base, in Tuesday's monster victory over the Astros.

Chavez scored runs in the first, sixth and seventh innings as the Mariners plated 13 runs on the evening. Since June 23, the outfielder is batting .370 (10-for-27) with seven runs scored and five RBI. The M's are playing good baseball and playing time is hard to come by in a crowded Mariners outfield, but Chavez will likely command more at-bats going forward if he continues to produce at a similar clip.

Endy Chavez LF/CF.. SEA 4 Months

Making his third career start at DH, Endy Chavez went 2-for-4 and hit his first homer of the year Friday against the Indians.

Chavez went 1,073 career games without ever starting at DH before doing so three times this month for the Mariners. Obviously, they'd prefer to have Corey Hart or Logan Morrison in that spot, but with Hart and Justin Smoak on the DL, Morrison has been the primary first baseman of late. Chavez has gone 8-for-16 with five RBI in his last four starts for the Mariners. Obviously, that's a big boost for the team in the short term. For the long haul, it wouldn't be so great if he continued to receive playing time.

Endy Chavez LF/CF.. SEA 4 Months

Endy Chavez went 2-for-5 with a double and a run scored in Sunday's win over the Rangers.

Despite the Mariners being thin on outfielders, Sunday's start was Chavez' first in three days as he's struggled at the plate recently. He made his case for another start, as he doubled to lead off the first inning before singling and scoring in the fifth. The 36-year-old is not an option for fantasy purposes.

Endy Chavez LF/CF.. SEA 5 Months

Endy Chavez went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored in a win over the Rays on Sunday.

Chavez broke a scoreless tie in the ninth inning with an RBI single, and he later scored on James Jones' triple. Chavez had two hits in a start Saturday as well, possibly earning a few more starts in the coming week with his good hitting. He's still nothing more than a part-time player, and can be ignored for fantasy purposes.

Endy Chavez LF/CF.. SEA 5 Months

Mariners purchased the contract of OF Endy Chavez from Triple-A Tacoma.

Chavez is in the Mariners starting lineup and hitting leadoff against the Tigers on Friday. The 36-year-old outfielder was hitting .272/.346/.289 with six RBI in 37 games at Tacoma.