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History repeating itself with Jeimer Candelario worth fantasy baseball gamble

As we all know, history has a way of repeating itself and, as it has been said by multiple people over the years, those who don’t know about the past are destined to repeat it. Well, if history is often replicated, that should be a good thing for Detroit’s Jeimer Candelario, especially after his disappointing first half. Roto Rage deemed Candelario a potential breakout candidate and the most underrated fantasy third baseman this season after he finished 2021 tied for league-lead in doubles while hitting .271 with 16 homers, 67 RBIs, 75 runs. That prognostication certainly backfired … at least for the first...
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Tigers trying to stay patient with slumping Jeimer Candelario

Detroit – Is it really possible the Tigers are at yet another crossroads with third baseman Jeimer Candelario?. After back-to-back productive seasons, after leading the Major Leagues with 42 doubles last season and being named Tiger of the Year by the Detroit chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America in 2020 and 2021, Candelario seems again to be barely hanging on to his everyday role.
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Tigers put Jeimer Candelario on injured list, activate veteran outfielder

The Detroit Tigers have placed infielder Jeimer Candelario on the 10-day injured list after he injured his left shoulder while diving for a ball on Sunday in New York. In a corresponding move, outfielder Austin Meadows was reinstated from the injured list. He’s spent the last three weeks recovering from an illness that was causing symptoms of vertigo.
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Tigers' Jeimer Candelario Leaves Early With Shoulder Injury

Detroit Tigers third baseman, Jeimer Candelario, had to be helped off the field of Sunday’s matinee against the New York Yankees, appearing to injure his shoulder in the bottom of the second inning. Candelario made a stab at a Josh Donaldson grounder that was hit down the third-base line,...
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Tigers' Jeimer Candelario: May be headed to IL

The Tigers will make a determination about whether Candelario (shoulder) needs to be placed on the injured list ahead of Tuesday's game in Pittsburgh, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. Manager A.J. Hinch said Candelario felt his shoulder shift when he dove and hit the ground before exiting Sunday's...
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Harold Castro, Jeimer Candelario do just enough in Detroit Tigers' 2-1 win over Cleveland

This time, Detroit Tigers utility player Harold Castro didn’t wait until the eighth inning to ruin Cleveland Guardians starter Triston McKenzie’s afternoon.  The 28-year-old launched the second pitch of his second at-bat Sunday into the bullpens in left field in the fourth inning for a 1-0 lead. Castro sent an 86.6 mph slider from McKenzie 364 feet, and the Tigers finished off the series with the Guardians with a 2-1 victory to give them a 2-1 series win. ...
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'Ton of belief': Tigers' Jeimer Candelario, mired in funk, belts homer vs. Guardians

Detroit — It was a day on for Harold Castro more than it was anything else. Castro has been the hottest hitter on the club. “Yeah, Harold was a hero when we didn’t get no-hit by (Guardians starter Triston) McKenzie last year,” said manager AJ Hinch, referencing Castro’s single with two outs in the eighth inning last Aug. 15 to break up the perfect game. “He’s going to get him today, too.”
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Tigers' Jeimer Candelario: Steps out of lineup Sunday

Candelario is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Guardians. Candelario is 2-for-22 with a home run, two walks, two RBI and nine strikeouts over his past seven games, and he will head to the bench Sunday. Harold Castro will man the hot corner in his place.
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Jeimer Candelario goes deep in 10th as Tigers top Twins

EditorsNote: Edits 10th graf to remove Bundy’s first name; edits 14th graf to “Gilberto” Celestino. Jeimer Candelario blasted a two-run homer with one out in the 10th and the Detroit Tigers ended the host Minnesota Twins’ six-game winning streak with a 4-2 victory on Wednesday afternoon in Minneapolis.
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Jeimer Candelario homers in 10th inning as Detroit Tigers hang on vs. Twins, 4-2

MINNEAPOLIS — The Detroit Tigers snapped their 16-inning scoreless streak in the sixth inning Wednesday, as Harold Castro smacked a solo home run to right-center field at Target Field. He launched another solo shot in the eighth. In the 10th inning, Jeimer Candelario smoked a go-ahead two-run home run to straightaway center field on a first-pitch fastball...
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