Now, this plan is halted. Ar?as hadn’t gotten off to the offensive start he’d hoped to this season, hitting just .197 with a .649 OPS in 17 games prior to his injury. But the potential he’s displayed over the last four seasons (posting a career .271 average with a .736 OPS, with slick defense) and the tremendous campaigns he’s had in big league Spring Training the last two years left many excited for his call up to the Majors.
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