Cristian Pache


Braves' Cristian Pache: Rejoins lineup

Pache (hamstring) started in center field and went 0-for-2 with two walks and a run scored Tuesday in Triple-A Gwinnett's 2-1 win over Nashville. Pache was on the bench for a few games after aggravating a hamstring injury, but the setback was apparently only a minor one for the outfielder, given his speedy return to the lineup. Atlanta will likely want to see Pache have some sustained success at the plate with Gwinnett before calling him up to the big club.

Braves' Cristian Pache: Aggravates hamstring injury

Pache remained out of the lineup at Triple-A Gwinnett for a second straight game Sunday due to a tight hamstring, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. While he was with the big club earlier this season, Pache spent time on the injured list due to a left groin strain and right hamstring tightness, so it's concerning that he's dealing with yet another lower-body issue. Before suffering a setback with the hamstring, Pache had appeared in seven games for Gwinnett, going 8-for-24 with two home runs and three doubles.

Braves: Michael Harris joins and Cristian Pache falls in Baseball America’s latest Top 100 Prospects list

Baseball America recently just updated their Top 100 Prospects list, and the Braves have a new member — the toolsy Michael Harris. Over the last two seasons, despite playing just 52 games, Harris has turned heads around the Braves organization and boomed up prospect lists everywhere, which is pretty incredible considering he didn’t even play last season. However, we have seen so far in 2021 why everyone is so high on this kid.

Braves reinstate Cristian Pache from injured list, option him to Gwinnett

The Atlanta Braves announced Wednesday that they had reinstated outfielder Cristian Pache form the injured list and optioned him to Triple-A Gwinnett. The moves is merely procedural and Pache will look to get back on track at the plate while working in a less stressful environment at Gwinnett. Pache began...

The Daily Chop: Rotation plans, Cristian Pache update and more

Another rain out Sunday forced the Atlanta Braves to juggle their starting rotation again before opening a four-game series on Memorial Day against the Washington Nationals. Max Fried had been slated to start Saturday’s game before rain washed out Friday’s opener in New York. The Braves pushed him back to Sunday but that game was also washed out. Atlanta now has Fried penciled in for Tuesday’s start opting not to disrupt Charlie Morton, who will start Monday’s game on an additional day of rest.

Braves trying to make best of downtime, Cristian Pache update

Another washout in New York seems to be the perfect punctuation mark to what was a rotten week overall for the Atlanta Braves. After embarking on a week long trip, the Braves finished 1-2 and played just three games due to a pair of rainouts in New York. That forced Brian Snitker and company to push back the starting rotation again and for the position players to get some work done in the cages to try and keep themselves sharp.

Braves' Cristian Pache: Rehab stint paused

Pache (hamstring) will rest a couple days during his rehab assignment at Triple-A Gwinnett due to some groin tightness, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. The 22-year-old had the groin issue crop up Saturday, and he'll take it easy for a few days as a result. Pache has been on the injured list since May 14 with right hamstring tightness, and he appeared close to his return after beginning the rehab assignment this weekend.

Braves' Cristian Pache: Starting rehab assignment

Pache (hamstring) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Gwinnett on Saturday. Pache haș been sidelined since May 13 due to right hamstring tightness, but his rehab assignment is a significant step in his recovery. If all goes smoothly, Pache could rejoin the major-league club sometime next week.

Braves: Ender Inciarte is back, Cristian Pache hits the IL

Oh, how the times have changed. I never thought I would say these words again — I’m so glad Ender Inciarte is back. After hitting the Injured List with a hamstring injury, the Braves activated the three-time Gold Glove centerfielder today. They also placed Cristian Pache on the IL, who also suffered a hamstring strain while trying to beat out a grounder in yesterday’s game.

Braves place Cristian Pache on IL with hamstring strain, activate Ender Inciarte

The Braves have placed Cristian Pache on the 10-day injured list with a hamstring strain and activated fellow outfielder Ender Inciarte from the IL, manager Brian Snitker announced Thursday, via David O’Brien of The Athletic. This is the second IL placement of the year for Pache, who previously missed time...

Braves' Cristian Pache: Exits with tight hamstring

Pache left Thursday's game against Toronto with right hamstring tightness. It's been a difficult year for Pache, who now has to deal with an injury on top of a very poor performance at the plate. He's hitting just .111/.152/.206 through 68 plate appearances, striking out in 36.8 percent of them. The 22-year-old was always expected to be a glove-first player, but no glove is enough to make up for a wRC+ of -2. Ender Inciarte and Guillermo Heredia are both out with hamstring injuries, but both could return soon, so Atlanta should be able to cover for Pache if he's forced to miss time.

Braves' Cristian Pache: Requires IL stint

Pache (hamstring) will be placed on the 10-day injured list Friday, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Inciarte left Thursday's loss to the Blue Jays with right hamstring tightness that will force him to miss additional time. Ender Inciarte (hamstring) will be reinstated from the 10-day injured list in a corresponding move and should see most of the playing time in center field while Pache and Guillermo Heredia (hamstring) are out.
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Braves place Cristian Pache on injured list

It’s been a season to forget for Atlanta Braves center fielder Cristian Pache and things have only been made worse with a trip to the Injured List. In what’s been a rough 2021 thus far for the Atlanta Braves, skipper Brian Snitker isn’t getting any favors on the injury front. Braves fans already scratched their heads with the Ronald Acuña ankle injury, and now some rough news is in on center fielder Cristian Pache.