Isaac Paredes sent to Tampa Bay's bench on Saturday evening
Tampa Bay Rays infielder Isaac Paredes is not starting in Saturday's lineup against the Toronto Blue Jays.
Paredes will sit on the bench after Jonathan Aranda was moved to third base and Ji-Man Choi was positioned at first.
Per Baseball Savant on 241 batted balls this season, Paredes has accounted for a 7.1% barrel rate and a .301 expected weighted on-base average.
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