Jesús Aguilar Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 3" / 277 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 6/30/1990 (31)
Jesús Aguilar Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Jesús Aguilar News
Miami Marlins first baseman Jesus Aguilar (knee) is not expected to be able to return to the field this season. Aguilar was placed on the injured list last week, and it seems like he will simply run out of time and won't be able to return before the end of the season. The big first baseman ends his season with 22 home runs, 93 RBI, and a .788 OPS. He put up 1.3 fWAR in 131 games and could be back with the Marlins next season. The 31-year-old is under team control until 2023.
Miami Marlins first baseman Jesus Aguilar (knee) was placed on the 10-day injured list due to inflammation in his left knee. Aguilar was not in the lineup for Tuesday's game, but it seems a day of rest did not do nearly enough, as now he'll get to rest for over a week. Aguilar has been a consistent run producer for the Marlins despite an offense that routinely struggles. The big first baseman has a .788 OPS, 22 home runs, and 93 RBI. Lewin Diaz has been called up and slides right into the lineup for Wednesday's game. He should see most of the starts at first base while Aguilar recovers.
Miami Marlins first baseman Jesus Aguilar had a big game on Sunday, helping the Marlins sweep the Cubs. He went 3-for-4 with a run scored and two RBI. He hit a home run in the seventh inning, adding two singles as well. Aguilar has remained the most consistent hitter on the Marlins offense, he has a .269 batting average and an .826 OPS. He's leading the National League with 84 RBI and leading the Marlins with 22 home runs.
Miami Marlins first baseman Jesus Aguilar had a strong comeback season in the abbreviated 2020 season and should be in line for similar success in 2021. In the shortened season, Aguilar slashed .277/.352/.457 with eight home runs, 34 RBI, and 31 runs scored. The only issue with projecting Aguilar's 2021 is the amount of playing time he will receive. He and Garrett Cooper split time between first base and designated hitter in 2020. If the designated hitter is not part of National League baseball in 2021, Cooper and Aguilar would likely be forced to split time, severely limiting the upside and the counting stats of both hitters. Aguilar is a solid lineup filler who should be rostered in all formats if the National League continues to utilize the DH in the 2021 season.