Adam Lind 1B/DH TOR 1 Day

Lind is not in the lineup Monday against the Orioles, the National Post reports.

Lind will get his first day off since mid-August, as Danny Valencia slides over to first base Monday in Baltimore. After posting a .268 average in August, Lind has a hit in 17 of 41 September at-bats (.415).

Adam Lind 1B/DH TOR 2 Days

Lind went 1-for-4 with a three-run homer in Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay.

Lind, who's slashing .327/.392/.500 this season, has homered in two straight games. He's also pieced together a seven-game hitting streak. During the streak, Lind has gone 11-for-24 (.458) with a triple, two doubles and seven RBI in addition to those two home runs.

Adam Lind 1B/DH TOR 13 Days

Lind was 4-for-5 with a pair of runs scored in Toronto's win over the Rays on Wednesday night.

He hasn't produced his typical power numbers (he has just four home runs) but he continues to terrorize right-handed pitchers with a .317 average. He rarely plays against southpaws so his value is limited in leagues without daily lineup changes, but he's a fantasy asset when he is in Toronto's lineup.

Adam Lind 1B/DH TOR 25 Days

Lind is out of the lineup Friday, SportsNet's Shi Davidi reports.

With lefty Drew Smyly on the mound, Lind will predictably start the game on the bench, with Edwin Encarnacion playing first base, and Nolan Reimold starting at DH. The Jays have only give Lind 32 plate apperances against southpaws this season, and with a .069 batting average in those matchups, we expect him to continue to ride the bench against lefties going forward.

Adam Lind 1B/DH TOR 28 Days

Lind is out of the lineup Wednesday vs. the Brewers, Brendan Kennedy of the Toronto Star reports.

Lind will be squeezed out of the lineup again Wednesday with no DH spot available. Look for him to return to regular action during the weekend series with the Rays.

Adam Lind 1B/DH TOR 28 Days

Lind is out of the lineup Tuesday against the Brewers, Shi Davidi of reports.

The Blue Jays are without the DH option in Milwaukee and Lind will be the casualty Tuesday, with Edwin Encarnacion manning first and Juan Francisco at third against right-hander Mike Fiers. Lind, who is 4-for-14 since returning from a foot injury, will likely sit primarily against lefties moving forward.

Adam Lind 1B/DH TOR 1 Month

Lind went 2-for-4 with a couple of singles, one RBI and a run scored in Friday's 11-5 loss to the White Sox.

Now 4-for-11 at the plate since this past Tuesday's return from a five-week DL stint, Lind has come back into the fold swinging a hot bat for the Blue Jays. If the 31-year-old veteran can find a way to stay healthy down the stretch, he could put up nice numbers from the middle of a strong Toronto lineup.

Adam Lind 1B/DH TOR 1 Month

Lind (foot) has been activated from the 15-day DL for Tuesday's game and will be inserted into the lineup against Chris Young in Seattle, SportsNet's Barry Davis reports.

He has been out with the foot injury since July 8, and will presumably be inserted to the lineup at first base or DH whenever the Jays are facing a right-handed starting pitcher. He's slashing a staggering .369/.434/.570 against righties this season, and is a solid option in most formats, provided owners are aware he won't be playing on a full-time basis.

Adam Lind 1B/DH TOR 1 Month

Lind (foot) is expected to be activated from the disabled list Tuesday, Barry Davis of Sportsnet reports.

Lind hit in a simulated game earlier in the day without incident and is already en route to join the Blue Jays in Seattle. His return to action will likely displace Juan Francisco from regular duty at first base or DH.

Adam Lind 1B/DH TOR 1 Month

The back issue that interrupted Lind's (foot) rehab assignment has since come to pass, and he'll reenter the lineup for the GCL Blue Jays on Saturday, Sportsnet's Barry Davis reports.

Lind missed only Friday's game as a result of the back issue, with his removal from the lineup likely only for precautionary purposes. If Lind comes through the weekend with his health intact, he'll likely rejoin the Blue Jays on Monday, when the team kicks off its three-game series with the Mariners.