Chase d'Arnaud
2B/SS/3B SD
4 days ago

D'Arnaud came off the bench and delivered the go-ahead home run in Saturday's extra-inning win over Milwaukee.

EDGE Analysis

After getting a brief run of playing time with his new club, d'Arnaud has been relegated to a bench role over the Padres' last eight games. With three options capable of playing shortstop, manager Andy Green has been rolling with the hot hand. Saturday's timely home run could net the 30-year-old another look in the lineup, but he won't warrant deep-league consideration until he is seeing regular at-bats.

Chase d'Arnaud
2B/SS/3B SD
2 weeks ago

D'Arnaud is not in the lineup for Saturday's contest with the Royals.

EDGE Analysis

This marks the third time in the last four games that d'Arnaud will sit while Erick Aybar takes his spot at shortstop. Neither one has done too much to warrant a look, but following Aybar's 2-for-4 game Friday, manager Andy Green will ride the hot bat.

Chase d'Arnaud
2B/SS/3B SD
2 weeks ago

D'Arnaud is not in the lineup Friday against the Royals.

EDGE Analysis

D'Arnaud is 0-for-9 over his last three games, so he'll give way to Erick Aybar at shortstop for the second time in three days. Neither of the two have offered sort of production at the plate, so it appears they'll continue to split duties for the time being.

Chase d'Arnaud
2B/SS/3B SD
2 weeks ago

D'Arnaud is not in the lineup Wednesday against the Diamondbacks.

EDGE Analysis

Neither d'Arnaud or Erick Aybar have been great at the plate for San Diego, so it seems like they're locked in a timeshare for starts at shortstop until one of them shows signs of life with the bat. Aybar will pick up the start Wednesday evening.

Chase d'Arnaud
2B/SS/3B SD
3 weeks ago

D'Arnaud is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Rockies, Bob Scanlan of Fox Sports San Diego reports.

EDGE Analysis

It appears that the Padres will utilize a rough timeshare between d'Arnaud and Erick Aybar at shortstop moving forward. With d'Arnaud starting the past two contests, Aybar will move into the starting lineup for Sunday's series finale against Jeff Hoffman and the Rockies.

Chase d'Arnaud
2B/SS/3B SD
3 weeks ago

D'Arnaud is not in the lineup Wednesday against the Cubs.

EDGE Analysis

D'Arnaud has emerged as the preferred option at shortstop for San Diego, but after a pair of hitless showings, he's now just 3-for-16 with the Friars. Erick Aybar will take over at shortstop for the day.

Chase d'Arnaud
2B/SS/3B SD
3 weeks ago

D'Arnaud started and went 0-for-2 with a walk in Tuesday's win over the Cubs.

EDGE Analysis

The 30-year-old has quietly been stealing starts from Erick Aybar at short recently, starting four of the Padres' last six contests. D'Arnaud doesn't provide a whole lot of offense outside of light speed, but a regular role and shortstop eligibility may be enough for very deep or NL-only owners to give him a look.

Chase d'Arnaud
2B/SS/3B SD
1 month ago

D'Arnaud was claimed off waivers by the Padres on Sunday, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.

EDGE Analysis

D'Arnaud was designated for assignment by the Red Sox on Thursday but was quickly scooped up by the Padres. He only appeared in two games for the Red Sox, but will likely see more action in a utility infield role with the Padres.

Chase d'Arnaud
2B/SS/3B SD
1 month ago

D'Arnaud was designated for assignment Thursday, Peter Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.

EDGE Analysis

Hector Velazquez was brought up from Triple-A Pawtucket to start Thursday's game against the A's, so Boston opted to designate d'Arnaud for assignment. D'Arnaud has appeared in just two games since being acquired by the Red Sox, during which he's gone 1-for-2.

Chase d'Arnaud
2B/SS/3B SD
1 month ago

D'Arnaud pinch-hit for Drew Pomeranz and beat out an infield single in the fifth inning of Tuesday's 11-7 loss to Milwaukee. It was the d'Arnaud's first at-bat since joining the Red Sox on April 28.

EDGE Analysis

Until that point in the night, the Red Sox did very little against Wily Peralta despite the right-hander's inability to throw strikes. D'Arnaud then scored on a double by Mookie Betts, running through the stop sign put up by third base coach Brian Butterfield. The sequence served as a wake-up call for the offense but Boston's comeback was spoiled twice by its bullpen. With third base being the Red Sox's weakest of the field positions, there's an opportunity for d'Arnaud to establish a more regular presence in the lineup, particularly if he creates offense like he did Tuesday. At the very least, he'll be part of the pinch-hitting crew while Boston plays two more games in Milwaukee.