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Angels' Juan Lagares: On bench Tuesday

Lagares is not starting Tuesday's game against the Giants. Lagares has hit .194 with five extra-base hits and eight strikeouts in 18 games this month. Taylor Ward gets the start in center field Tuesday, with Luis Rengifo playing right field.
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Angels' Juan Lagares: Absent from Saturday's lineup

Lagares is not in the starting lineup for Saturday's game against the Tigers. Lagares will get his first breather since June 11. Taylor Ward will shift to center field with Luis Rengifo starting in right field Saturday.
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LA Angels: How effective has Juan Lagares been in Mike Trout’s absence?

When Mike Trout hit the IL, many around the league began to not take the LA Angels seriously. Since then, though, we’ve found a way to battle back to being a .500 ballclub. There weren’t a ton of options to play center in Trout’s absence, and Juan Lagares became the guy. While Lagares hasn’t been awful, he hasn’t necessarily stepped up.
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Angels' Juan Lagares: Absent from lineup again Friday

Lagares is not in the starting lineup Friday against the Diamondbacks. Lagares will sit his second straight game after starting the previous seven contests before Wednesday. Keon Wong will move to right field as Taylor Ward serves as the center fielder Friday.
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Angels' Juan Lagares: Out of Wednesday's lineup

Lagares is not in the lineup Wednesday against the Royals, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Lagares started the past seven games and will take a seat for Wednesday's contest. Taylor Ward will shift to center field while Kean Wong receives the start in right.
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Angels' Juan Lagares: Collects two hits Monday

Lagares went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run in Monday's 8-3 win over the Royals. Lagares knocked in a run with a first-inning single and scored following a single in the fourth frame. The two-hit effort was his second in three games. Prior to Saturday, he was mired in an eight-game slump during which he went 2-for-28 without an extra-base hit.
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Angels' Juan Lagares: Back in lineup

Lagares (toe) is starting Game 1 of Thursday's doubleheader against the Twins, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Lagares was held out of the lineup in the last two games while he dealt with a toe injury, but he still appeared in each matchup as a pinch hitter. He'll play center field and bat seventh in Thursday's matinee.
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Angels' Juan Lagares: Hurts toe in Monday's win

Lagares was removed in the final inning of Monday's 7-4 win over Cleveland due to a toe injury, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports. He went 1-for-4 with a two-run double and a run scored before exiting. Lagares picked up the injury while attempting to flag down...
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Angels' Juan Lagares: Out of Tuesday's lineup

Lagares (toe) is not in the lineup Tuesday versus Cleveland, Daniel Guerrero of MLB.com reports. The 32-year-old picked up the toe injury during Monday's victory and will be held out for at least one contest. Assuming the injury isn't a serious issue, Lagares is poised for an increased role in the outfield with Mike Trout set to miss the next 6-to-8 weeks with a calf strain.
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Angels' Juan Lagares: Recalled and starting Wednesday

Lagares was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake and is starting in left field Wednesday against the Rays. The 32-year-old was sent to the alternate site after being activated from the injured list at the end of April, but he'll quickly rejoin the Angels. Lagares went 0-for-7 in two appearances before suffering the calf injury, and he see extended playing time should Justin Upton (knee) require a stint on the injured list.
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Angels' Juan Lagares: Reinstated, optioned

Lagares (calf) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list and optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Lagares had been on the injured list since April 13, but he was trending toward a return throughout the week. It appears as though the 32-year-old will report to the Triple-A level to begin the minor-league season, but he could return to the majors in a depth role at some point.
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Angels' Juan Lagares: Activation coming soon

Lagares (calf) will return to action "any day now" according to manager Joe Maddon, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Lagares' return has been said to be imminent since late in the week, and he could be activated as soon as Monday. The 32-year-old has logged only seven at-bats so far this season and has yet to collect a hit. He'll likely serve as the team's fourth outfielder when he resumes playing.
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Angels' Juan Lagares: Return imminent

Lagares (calf) could be activated during the team's weekend series against the Astros, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Lagares is first eligible to come off the injured list Friday, and that appears to be a realistic possibility. He took live at-bats earlier in the week and has had no reported setbacks. Even so, Lagares has only seven plate appearances this season and is likely to remain in a depth role upon his return.
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Angels' Juan Lagares: Gets live at-bats

Lagares (calf) took live at-bats during a workout Sunday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. With Sunday's game postponed due to the Twins' COVID-19 outbreak, Lagares was able to swing the bat in a workout against pitchers Alex Cobb and Raisel Iglesias. The outfielder appears to be trending toward a return soon after he is eligible to come off the IL on Friday.
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Los Angeles Angels place Max Stassi, Juan Lagares on IL as injuries mount

The Los Angeles Angels placed catcher Max Stassi and outfielder Juan Lagares on the 10-day injured list as injuries continue to plague the team. Tuesday’s moves come on the heels of third baseman Anthony Rendon (groin strain) hitting the IL with a groin strain and outfielder Dexter Fowler (torn ACL) being lost for the season.
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Max Stassi, Juan Lagares join ranks of injured Angels

The real winner of the Angels’ first road trip of 2021: taxi drivers. Outfielder Juan Lagares (strained left calf) and catcher Max Stassi (sprained left thumb) were placed on the 10-day injured list prior to Tuesday’s game against the Royals. They were replaced by two taxi squad players, catcher Anthony Bemboom and outfielder Jon Jay.