Jared Walsh Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 0" / 210 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/30/1993 (28)
Jared Walsh Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Jared Walsh News
Los Angeles Angels first baseman Jared Walsh had a successful day at the plate, going 3-for-4 with a home run, a double, and three RBI against the Seattle Mariners on Saturday. The game marked the second time in three days that he's collected three hits. Walsh has had a productive season, slashing .277/.340/.505 with 28 HRs, 95 RBI, and 69 runs across 143 games. The 28-year old has been exceptional as of late, hitting .330 with a .904 OPS in September. He's been a good fantasy option for most of the season and should be started in most leagues for the final day of the regular season.
Los Angeles Angels first baseman Jared Walsh went 4-for-5 on Saturday with four RBI and a run scored during the 14-1 blowout against the Seattle Mariners. He had three singles and a two-run double in the fifth. It's his third four-hit game of the season and brings his slash line to .272/.337/.499. He's added 27 HRs, 90 RBI, and 65 runs over 137 games. After a 26 game stretch without a home run ending on August 28, Walsh has slashed .333/.400/.560 with four home runs in 23 games since. With him ending the year strong, fantasy managers should be starting him in every league.
Los Angeles Angels first baseman Jared Walsh went 1-for-4 on Sunday with a run scored against the Oakland Athletics. The single helped the Angels score two runs to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth before ultimately losing in extras 3-2. After going cold in the middle of the year, he's looking to end strong and has posted a .951 OPS and .313 batting average with five home runs since August 22. Overall in 131 games this season, he owns a .271/.335/.504 slash line with 27 HRs, 85 RBI, and 62 runs. He has value in every format and fantasy managers should start him in every league during his hot streak.
A late-blooming prospect, Los Angeles Angels first basemanJared Walsh shot up through the Angels system in 2018 when, as a 24-year-old, he compiled a .277/.359/.536 slash line with 29 homers in 130 games across three minor league levels. Walsh started 2019 in Triple-A and had a .325/.423/.686 line with 36 homers in 98 games while splitting time between the majors, where he struggled to the tune of a .329 slugging percentage and homered just once in 87 plate appearances. Walsh didn't start the 2020 season with the Angels but worked his way into regular playing time as the team's first baseman by September. In 32 games last year, Walsh hit nine homers with a .293/.324/.646 line while hitting second in the lineup during most of his appearances. He was considered a two-way player during his early career and actually threw five innings for the Angels in 2019, but he did not pitch last season and it appears as though the Angels see him as their regular first baseman moving forward. That actually helps Walsh's fantasy value, as it means more games batting in front of Mike Trout and Anthony Rendon. The signs are encouraging for Walsh as a Major League hitter with a power profile who can also hit for average. His current ADP of around 188 already factors in the lack of much Major League experience, but Walsh is primed to contribute in all fantasy stats except steals.