Kyle Lewis Seattle Mariners

Age: 26 (July 13, 1995) | 6' 4" | 210lbs. | Bats: Right OF-57 CF-57 DH-1
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
SEA A 2017 38 149 20 38 15 38 4 0 6 24 2 1 .255 .323 .403 9 23 .299 n/a
SEA AFL 2017 2 8 3 3 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 .375 .444 .625 11 11 .429 n/a
SEA A+ 2018 49 196 21 51 11 55 18 0 5 32 0 0 .260 .303 .429 5 26 .333 n/a
SEA AAA 2018 37 132 18 29 17 32 8 0 4 20 1 0 .220 .309 .371 11 21 .255 n/a
SEA AA 2019 122 457 61 120 56 152 25 2 11 62 3 2 .263 .342 .398 11 29 .367 n/a
SEA AL 2019 18 71 10 19 3 29 5 0 6 13 0 0 .268 .293 .592 4 39 .351 51/14/35 3 3
SEA AL 2020 58 206 37 54 34 71 3 0 11 28 5 1 .262 .364 .437 14 29 .341 43/20/36 27 26
SEA AL 2021 36 130 15 32 16 37 4 0 5 11 2 0 .246 .333 .392 11 25 .307 33/24/43 3 3
Career 3yrs 112 407 62 105 53 137 12 0 22 52 7 1 .258 .343 .450 11 30 .331 n/a
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It so happens that at my first softball practice in two years I hurt my knee. It locked after a swing. Like, really locked up and I was afraid to bend it b/c there so was so much resistance.  I tried to walk it off for a couple weeks, but it wasn't getting better.  After the MRI, luckily I had no ligament damage, but my lateral meniscus has a complex rupture. The orthopedist says it's torn in two places, one is a complete tear all the way through, the other may be totally torn, but it's hard to tell. The medial meniscus has a partial tear too. Who knew there were two in each knee?  I'll probably have the surgery in early July and then it's 6 weeks with no running, jumping, twisting activities.  For these players who get it diagnosed quickly with immediate surgery, it's a faster return. But, apparently, removing the torn piece only leads to premature arthritis. There's no rehab.  If it's sewn up, it takes a lot longer to heal, 8-12 weeks.  Mine is an easy choice b/c there's a loose body that can just be removed. If it's frayed, it's a tougher choice b/w cutting off the lose end or sewing it back together.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Jun 3

Tue, Jun 1 - Mariners placed OF Kyle Lewis on the 10-day injured list with a meniscus tear in his right knee.  Lewis suffered the injury while chasing a ball in the outfield on
Monday and is now looking at yet another extended knee-related absence.
He had a lot of knee trouble in the early part of his professional
career and missed the first three weeks of the 2021 regular season due
to a bone bruise in the same knee that he just injured again. The
25-year-old outfielder had slashed .246/.333/.392 with five homers and
two steals through 36 games this year. Taylor Trammell has been called
up in a corresponding move.

Frank Smith Pancho
Jun 2

Kyle Lewis (OF) SEA - May. 28

https://www.rotowire.com/baseball/player.php?id=781142

Lewis went 2-for-3 with a two-run home run, double, an additional run and a strikeout in a 3-2 win against Texas on Friday.

ROTOWIRE RECOMMENDS: Lewis doubled and scored in the second before lacing a two-run home run just over the right-field fence in the third that gave Seattle an early 3-0 lead.

Alex Patton Alex
May 29

Kyle Lewis (OF) SEA - Mar. 26

https://www.rotowire.com/baseball/player.php?id=767026

Lewis, who was held out of the lineup for a fourth consecutive spring training game Friday due to a left knee injury, is recovering slower than anticipated, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. "It's not coming along as quickly as I hoped or Kyle hoped or anybody else," Mariners manager Scott Servais said Friday afternoon. "We are staying patient... He's not 100 percent and I don't want to put him out there until he feels 100 percent, so that's why he's not out there (Friday against San Diego)."

ROTOWIRE RECOMMENDS: Lewis' injury stems from a collision with the outfield wall in Monday's game against the Dodgers, and even though it was initially believed he'd be available to return to game action as soon as Wednesday, he remains sidelined with just two more Cactus League games left. Initial evaluations on the talented outfielder's knee have indicated there's no structural damage, but Servais confirmed Friday the team will be "running a few more tests" in coming days.

Alex Patton Alex
Mar 27
Percentiles: Barrel 78 EV 40 xBA 35 xSLG 57 SO 16 BB 87 speed 76
Alex Patton Alex
Mar 15

A high-priced sleeper? That's my takeaway from this analysis by Eno Sarris at The Athletic.

Kyle Lewis, SEA OF

Everyone loves the rookie of the year, right? Well maybe not the projections, which take his outsized batting average on balls in play, don’t see any improvement coming in the strikeout rate, and for the most part project him into league-average power like Steamer (.164 isolated slugging, 23 homers) and a bad batting average (.231). But the numbers that those projections are reaching back to are in the minor leagues, and also tainted by Lewis’ many injuries on his way up. We know Lewis’ Barrel rate suggests that he’s got more than league-average power, and we can also thank Statcast for a view into how much his athleticism has changed with good health: In 2019, Lewis ran 27.1 feet per second and was in the 55th percentile in the league in sprint speed. That number jumped to 27.9 and 76th percentile, respectively, in 2020. Take the over on that projected power, and consider that there might even be another level as Lewis gets to know the league at the peak of his athleticism.

Alex Patton Alex
Mar 6

I am reminded, reading Peter's comment for the Special, that Lewis wasn't just the AL Rookie of the Year, he was the unanimous winner. This despite hitting .193 and whiffing 37 percent of the time after August.

For the few in the stands in Peoria yesterday, he put on a show.

Kyle Lewis (OF) SEA - Feb. 23

https://www.rotowire.com/baseball/player.php?id=763480

Lewis stood out in both batting and fielding practice during the Mariners' position players' first workout of spring Tuesday, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports.

ROTOWIRE RECOMMENDS: The reigning AL Rookie of the Year picked right up where he left off during the Mariners' first full-squad workout, making several impressive catches on fly balls and homering to both the opposite field and pull side multiple times during five rounds of batting practice. Lewis is naturally locked into the starting center field role after hitting 17 home runs over his first 76 major-league games across the last two seasons, but he'll look to shave down a strikeout rate that checked in at a bloated 29.3 percent in 2020.

Alex Patton Alex
Feb 24
Fangraphs: EV 88.3 HardHit 34% HR/FB 22% LD%+ 95 Pull 31% Cent 42% Oppo 27%
Alex Patton Alex
Dec 16 '20