Bogaerts will get a night of rest for the first time since April 23. He will cede the start at shortstop to Marco Hernandez, who will also bat ninth in the lineup. Bogaerts performing very well, posting a .889 OPS on the 2016 season.
Like many of his teammates, the 26-year-old broke out of a slump Monday, posting only his third multi-hit effort of June. Motter had been mired in a 1-for-16 slump over the previous six games, and Monday's production served to raise his average a whopping 32 points.
Correa joins Tyler White, Jose Altuve and Colby Rasmus as Astros who have won the AL Player of the Week award this season. Overall, the 21-year-old shortstop is hitting .258/.356/.455 with 12 home runs, 43 RBI and eight stolen bases. Correa is a big reason Houston has surged to a 16-8 record in June and have pulled within a game of the AL Wild Card.
Semien now has a five-game hitting streak and now has three homers and eight RBI over this stretch. He now has five homers this month and is slugging a robust .517 this month. His OPS is back up to .778 after hitting a low point at .714 on June 19.
Each of the first six hitters in the O's lineup collected at least two hits, one run and one RBI, and as usual Machado was right in the thick of the action. He's now banged out eight hits in four games since returning from his suspension, pushing his slash line on the season to .325/.384/.609.
That's back-to-back three-hit games for Miller, who's doing everything he can to snap the Rays out of their 11-game losing streak. Over the course of that plunge down the standings, he's hitting .326 (14-for-43) with three homers, five RBI and eight runs scored.
Semien's 14th homer of the year came in the fourth inning and gave the Athletics a four-run lead that they would eventually lose. He's now hit safely in four of his last five games, and he's slashing .244/.311/.449.
Tulowitzki's 11th blast of the year put the Blue Jays on the board in the eighth inning of a game they'd go on to lose. He's now homered in three of his last six games to raise his slugging percentage to .432.
Anderson's third bomb of the year came in the fifth inning to give the White Sox a three-run lead in a game they led throughout. He has now homered in back-to-back games to bring his slugging percentage to .493 in 73 at-bats since joining the team on June 10.
He doesn't have the power you might expect from a three-hole hitter, but Lindor's now hitting .322 (28-for-87) in June with 16 runs scored as he continues to pile up production from the heart of a potent Indians' lineup.