Evan Longoria

Evan Longoria Fantasy

Healthy
0.183 236th
2019
3.9 205th
2019
0.343 213th
2019
0.762 234th
2019
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Height / Weight
6' 1" / 215 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
10/7/1985 (34)
Experience
12
College
Long Beach State

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Evan Longoria News

Evan Longoria Activated from IL, Batting Fifth for Giants on Sunday

San Francisco Giants third baseman Evan Longoria was activated on Sunday from the Injured List and is in the starting lineup against the Rockies. It will be Longoria's first appearance in almost three weeks after landing on the IL with plantar fasciitis. Longoria is hitting .241 with 13 home runs this season, and owners looking for a corner infielder today should consider him as a later afternoon option.

over 9 months ago
Evan Longoria Rehab Progresses, Hits Off Tee

San Francisco Giants third baseman Evan Longoria(plantar fasciitis), took the next step in his rehab today, taking grounders and hitting off a tee for the first time since going on the injured list on July 15. While the Giants have stayed hot since Longoria went down - winning six of their past seven games - they'll certainly welcome him back to the lineup, as Longoria had been on fire in the weeks leading up to his injury. In the nine games he played in July prior, Longoria hit six home runs, with six runs scored and nine RBI. San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy says they will continue to increase his baseball activities, with an eye on progressing to running soon.

over 9 months ago
Evan Longoria Could Miss Up To A Month

San Francisco Giants third baseman Evan Longoria (foot) is guessing he'll be out for two weeks to a month, but it isn't set in stone because the team foot specialist hasn't looked at his MRI exam. Longo thinks he strained his foot while overcompensating while dealing with plantar fasciitis. Either way, the veteran infielder will be out longer than the 10 days on the injured list and isn't worth keeping around in deeper mixed leagues if you have other needs. The 33-year-old has hit an underwhelming .241/.318/.446 with 13 homers, 38 runs and 39 RBI in his second year in San Fran. Pablo Sandoval will see the majority of playing time at third in his absence and is worth a roster spot in deep mixed and NL-only leagues with the way he's swung the bat in 2019.

over 9 months ago