Anthony Santander Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 2" / 225 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 10/19/1994 (27)
Anthony Santander Season Stats
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Anthony Santander News
Baltimore Orioles outfielder Anthony Santander followed up his two-homer performance Monday night with another two-homer performance Tuesday night. Santander hit his 32nd and 33rd round-trippers in the third and fourth innings of the 13-9 loss to the Boston Red Sox. He also doubled, finishing with three RBI and three runs scored in his five at-bats. Santander has slugged .931 over his last seven games, with six homers in that span. He's been among the most underrated hitters in the league this season, and fantasy managers who invested in him have been handsomely rewarded.
Baltimore Orioles outfielder Anthony Santander got in on the offensive action in Monday's 14-8 win over the Red Sox. Santander went 2-for-6 with a solo home run, a two-run HR, and a strikeout. The 27-year-old seems to have found a winning combination of hard-hit rate and launch angle this season, as he has slashed .247/.322/.459 with 31 HR and 85 RBI. Hitting in the middle of a solid young lineup, Santander has been a fantasy asset this season and will likely be one next season as well.
Baltimore Orioles outfielder Anthony Santander had three hits in five at-bats during Friday's 10-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays while scoring a pair of runs. It's been that way for over a month for the 27-year-old, as he's slashing .316/.367/.537 since the beginning of July. Across 104 games overall, Santander's batting .263 with 20 HRs, 53 runs, and 60 RBI. He's a viable fantasy option in every league, and even if he cools down, he'll provide power while in the middle of Baltimore's lineup.
In 2019, Santander received his first extended action in the big leagues and he delivered with 20 home runs with a .261/.297/.476 slash in 405 plate appearances. The walk rate was 4.7%, strikeout rate was 21.2%, and ISO was .216. Last season, albeit in only 165 plate appearances, every stat increased. One noticeably change was that Santander started to elevate the ball more. The GB/FB ratio went from 0.91 to 0.48. The launch angle went from 15.3 to 24.7. That is yummy for home run production, especially in Camden Yards. Steamer has Santander projected for 30 home runs and five stolen bases with a .260/.309/.475 slash. He's being drafted as the 152nd player. Teoscar Hernandez, who is projected for 30 home runs and four stolen bases with a .236/.307/.453 slash is going at pick 77. That discrepancy seems crazy to me.