DJ LeMahieu

DJ LeMahieu Fantasy

Healthy
0.268 66th
2020
5.9 71st
2020
0.462 14th
2020
1.067 13th
2020
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Height / Weight
6' 4" / 215 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
7/13/1988 (32)
Experience
9
College
Louisiana State

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

DJ LeMahieu News

DJ LeMahieu Gets Day Off Saturday

New York Yankees second baseman DJ LeMahieu is not among the starting nine for Saturdays contest versus the Orioles, with manager Aaron Boone confirming that LeMahieu was simply getting a day of rest. Tyler Wade will hold down the keystone with Aaron Hicks slotting into the leadoff spot. Having delivered a .380 average through his first 28 games, LeMahieu would be leading the Majors in batting if he had enough at-bats. Since returning from the injured list, LeMahieu has hit safely in all eight contests that he has started. He should be back in the mix Sunday against righty Asher Wojciechowski.

12 days ago
DJ LeMahieu Clubs Two Home Runs

New York Yankees second baseman DJ LeMahieu hit a pair of home runs against the Rays on Tuesday, giving him four home runs over 24 games this season. LeMahieu missed nine games between August 15 and August 29 with a thumb injury, but he hasnt missed a beat since rejoining to the lineup with at least one hit in each game since his return. LeMahieus .055 wOBA-xwOBA and .442 BABIP suggest that hes benefited from some luck this year, and his 33.3% hard-hit rate is down 15 points from last season, so hes unlikely to remain this hot over the rest of the season. Still, its hard to complain about a 5.7% swinging-strike rate and LeMahieus power is likely to rebound over the rest of the season. As a result, fantasy players should expect LeMahieu to post an OPS above .800 for the rest of the season and can count on him to produce as the playoffs approach.

16 days ago
DJ LeMahieu Enters Lineup Saturday, Will Play Third Base

New York Yankees second baseman DJ LeMahieu has been activated off of the injured list prior to Saturdays contest against the Mets and right-hander Robert Gsellman and will man the hot corner for the first time this season. LeMahieu has been on the IL since Aug. 16 due to a sprained left thumb, with his presence among a decimated Yankees lineup a much-welcomed addition. In the midst of a career year that has seen him hit .411 with a .990 OPS in his first 19 games, LeMahieu should be rostered in all season-long formats and he boasts a tremendous floor for the early DFS slate Saturday.

19 days ago