Jordan Lawlar Stats

#10 SS  |  Arizona Diamondbacks
Healthy

Height / Weight 6'1"  /  190 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Jul 17, 2002 (21)
Experience 1 seasons
College None

Season Stats

SEASON TEAM POS GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS FPTS
2023ARISS143124000021111.129.206.129.33527.0
Career 14 31 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 11 1 1 .129 .206 .129 .335 27.0

Game Log

DATE TEAM OPP POS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS FPTS
Feb 24, 2024ARICOLSS11000001000.000.667.000.6676
Feb 26, 2024ARIOAKSS41100110000.250.2501.0001.25014
Feb 28, 2024ARICLESS111000020001.0001.0001.0002.0009
Feb 29, 2024ARISFSS00000000000.000.000.000.0000
Mar 2, 2024ARILAASS30000000200.000.000.000.0000
Mar 4, 2024ARICHWSS30000000200.000.000.000.0000
Mar 8, 2024ARICHCSS10000000000.000.000.000.0000
Mar 9, 2024ARICINSS40110010200.250.250.500.7507
Last 8 17 3 3 1 0 1 2 3 6 0 0 .176 .333 .412 .745 36

Diamondbacks Depth Chart

C

Gabriel Moreno

Jose Herrera

1B

Christian Walker

Lourdes Gurriel Jr.

2B

Ketel Marte

Kevin Newman

SS

Geraldo Perdomo

Kevin Newman

3B

Eugenio Suárez

Kevin Newman

LF

Lourdes Gurriel Jr.

Jake McCarthy

Randal Grichuk

CF

Alek Thomas

Jake McCarthy

Corbin Carroll

RF

Corbin Carroll

Jake McCarthy

Randal Grichuk

SP

Zac Gallen

Brandon Pfaadt

Ryne Nelson

Yilber Diaz

RP

Joe Mantiply

Justin Martinez

Thyago Vieira

Humberto Castellanos

Miguel Castro

Jordan Lawlar News

Jordan Lawlar  • SS  •  Diamondbacks

Jordan Lawlar Suffers Setback, Could Miss Another 6-8 Weeks

Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop prospect Jordan Lawlar (hamstring) is expected to miss more time after suffering a setback a few days ago. The 21-year-old aggravated his hamstring while running from first to third during a game in Rookie ball. Lawlar was working his way back from a Grade 1 hamstring strain that he suffered in mid-June. Now, Lawlar is expected to miss an additional six to eight weeks with this setback. There's a chance that Lawlar isn't back to playing games until some point in September, let alone returning to the big leagues for the Diamondbacks.
Yesterday   
Jordan Lawlar  • SS  •  Diamondbacks

Jordan Lawlar Hitless In First Rehab Outing

Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop prospect Jordan Lawlar (hamstring) went 0-for-3 with three strikeouts on Saturday night, playing in Rookie Ball. Despite a poor performance, taking the field marked an important step in his return to MLB. It was his first appearance since straining a hamstring in mid-June. At that point, he'd been rehabbing a torn thumb. Fortunately, Lawlar appears fully healthy. Arizona's top prospect (per MLB.com), he'll likely get playing time for the D-Backs in the second-half.
3 days ago   
Jordan Lawlar  • SS  •  Diamondbacks

Jordan Lawlar Set For Rehab Assignment

Arizona Diamondbacks top prospect Jordan Lawlar (hamstring) is set to report Saturday to begin his rehab assignment with the Arizona Complex League Diamondbacks. Lawlar had suffered a hamstring strain while initially on a rehab assignment after surgery to repair ligaments in his thumb. The team has not announced the plan moving forward for Lawlar, but it is expected that he will report to Triple-A Reno after a few weeks of at-bats while on the rehab assignment. The shortstop has only played in only 11 games this season but had hit well with one home run, 16 RBI, and five stolen bases over that span.
5 days ago   
Jordan Lawlar  • SS  •  Diamondbacks

Jordan Lawlar Close To Returning To Triple-A

Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop and No. 1 prospect Jordan Lawlar (thumb) is nearing a return to Triple-A Reno. Lawlar returned to action this past Friday after missing the entire season after undergoing surgery on his right thumb. Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo alluded to the fact that Lawlar will need to shake off some rust, but he should find himself back in the big leagues when he is healthy. Lawlar, 21, is one of the most exciting prospects in the game and offers five-tool potential. The youngster made his big-league debut in 2023 for the Diamondbacks but struggled with four hits in 31 at-bats. It was a very small sample size for Lawlar, though and fantasy managers shouldn't put too much stock into that performance. As one of the top prospects in the game, managers in all formats should be keeping tabs on his return, as he has the ability to be a difference-maker down the stretch. Once he returns, expect Kevin Newman and Blaze Alexander to see less playing time.
Jun 4   
Jordan Lawlar  • SS  •  Diamondbacks

Jordan Lawlar Gets On Base Once In First Rehab Game

Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop prospect Jordan Lawlar (thumb) began his rehab assignment on Wednesday with the team's Arizona Complex League affiliate, going 0-for-2 with a walk in his first game of 2024. The 21-year-old will be eligible to come off the injured list in a couple weeks but may begin with Triple-A Reno once activated. The former first-round pick hit well enough in Double-A and Triple-A last season to earn a promotion to the big-league club but wasn't able to do much with his playing time. He went 4-for-31 (.129) in 14 games, even picking up a pair of plate appearances during the postseason for Arizona (0-for-1 with a walk). Lawlar ranks as the team's top prospect and ninth overall prospect in all of baseball. Despite the initial showing in the majors, he still has offensive upside and should continue to be stashed where possible.
May 30   
Jordan Lawlar  • SS  •  Diamondbacks

Jordan Lawlar Set For Rehab Games Next Week

Arizona Diamondbacks farm director Shaun Larkin said shortstop prospect Jordan Lawlar (thumb) will play in rehab games next week and is on track to return from his thumb injury in two weeks. He underwent surgery in late March to repair a torn ligament in his right thumb. The 21-year-old is on the 60-day injured list and could be optioned to Triple-A Reno to get consistent at-bats instead of the big leagues once activated. He slashed .129/.206/.129 with two runs and a stolen base across 14 games for the Diamondbacks in 2023. Lawlar has a ton of upside after hitting 15 homers and 33 bases in Double-A last year, and fantasy managers with an open roster spot can continue to stash the top prospect in most leagues.
May 26   
Jordan Lawlar  • SS  •  Diamondbacks

Jordan Lawlar To Have Thumb Surgery, Out A Couple Months

Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop Jordan Lawlar (thumb) tore a ligament in his right thumb while trying to pick up a ball off the ground during a minor-league spring training game on Sunday and will need surgery, which will sideline him for at least the first two months of the season. It's bad news for the team's top prospect, who is slated to open the year at Triple-A Reno. He will have surgery on Thursday and could have a "full return to baseball activity in eight to 10 weeks," farm director Shaun Larkin said. The 21-year-old is the future at the shortstop position for the D-backs, but this injury news makes it very hard to recommend stashing the young infielder in single-year fantasy leagues because of the fact that if he does join the Snakes in the big league in 2024, it probably won't be until the tail end of the season now.
Mar 27   
Jordan Lawlar  • SS  •  Diamondbacks

Jordan Lawlar Will Start Year In Triple-A

The Arizona Diamondbacks optioned shortstop Jordan Lawlar to Triple-A Reno on Sunday. There was some hope that Lawlar, Arizona's No. 1 prospect and baseball's No. 11 prospect for 2024 per MLB Pipeline, would open the year in the major leagues following a promotion in late 2023. After he hit just .129 (4-for-31) in the bigs last season and .176 (3-for-17) during spring training this year, however, the D-backs have decided Lawlar may need a little more time to develop in the minors. The 21-year-old former No. 6 overall pick is certainly the club's future shortstop, but fantasy managers will have to wait a bit longer to see the speedy infielder in action for 2024. Following a surprise All-Star campaign, the switch-hitting Geraldo Perdomo will man short in the desert for the time being. While Lawlar is not a must-hold player in redraft leagues, he could be called up early in the season and belongs on all watchlists.
Mar 11   
Jordan Lawlar  • SS  •  Diamondbacks

Jordan Lawlar Needs Consistent At-Bats To Develop

Arizona Diamondbacks infielders Jordan Lawlar and Blaze Alexander are candidates to be the team's starting shortstop in 2024 behind Geraldo Perdomo, who earned the starting job after a strong 2023 campaign. General manager Mike Hazen said that for the D-backs to keep Lawlar on the roster this year, there has to be a path to regular and consistent at-bats for him. But with Perdomo at the 6 and Eugenio Suarez at third, there aren't really enough at-bats for Lawlar to continue his development in the big leagues. The same goes for Alexander. While the 21-year-old Lawlar has a very high ceiling in the long-term, and he's already a defensive whiz at shortstop, it's more likely than not that he'll open up the 2024 season at Triple-A Reno.
Feb 20   
Jordan Lawlar  • SS  •  Diamondbacks

Jordan Lawlar Could Begin In The Minors

Arizona Diamondbacks top prospect Jordan Lawlar, who is ranked as the No. 11 overall prospect in all of baseball by MLB Pipeline, will get a lot of repetitions in spring training, but he'll be hard-pressed to beat out Geraldo Perdomo given what the switch-hitter did for the team last year when he made the National League All-Star team. If Lawlar doesn't make the Opening Day roster, he'll start out at Triple-A Reno in 2024. The 21-year-old got off to a brutal start in the minors last year but eventually settled in, finishing with a .278/.378/.496 slash line, 20 home runs, 67 RBI, 36 stolen bases and 95 runs scored in 105 games with Double-A Amarillo and Reno. The power should eventually develop as he matures, but for right now, Lawlar is attractive to the D-backs for his elite defense and speed on the basepaths.
Feb 13   
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