Johan Camargo

Johan Camargo Fantasy

Healthy
0.167 243rd
2020
3.1 234th
2020
0.276 403rd
2020
0.611 378th
2020
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Height / Weight
6' 0" / 195 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
12/13/1993 (26)
Experience
3
College
None

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Last 10 Games

Johan Camargo News

Johan Camargo Hits Third Home Run On Wednesday

Atlanta Braves third baseman Johan Camargo was 2-for-4 with a two-run home run during Wednesday's 6-3 loss to the New York Yankees. The 26-year-old has had a pedestrian start to the season, slashing .212/.268/.442 with three HRs, six RBI, and eight runs scored. The third-base job is there for the taking, but Camargo and Austin Riley are struggling out of the gate. Both players are mediocre fantasy assets that are only worth rostering during hot streaks.

over 1 month ago
Johan Camargo Gets The Start At Third On Tuesday

Atlanta Braves third baseman Johan Camargo will return to the starting lineup, playing third base and hitting seventh. Austin Riley had started at third base in three of the team's first four games. This is Camargo's second start of the year. Riley is just 2-for-14 with a home run on the season, while Camargo has only five at-bats, but has just as many hits as Riley. Camargo isn't worth owning in fantasy leagues at this point as he isn't getting enough regular playing time.

over 1 month ago
Austin Riley, Johan Camargo Would've Made Initial Roster

Atlanta Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos revealed on Friday that both third baseman Austin Riley and Johan Camargo were playing so well that they likely would have both made the initial Opening Day roster. One of the main factors for keeping both was that the minor league season started after the big league season, so the Braves would've had the option of sending one of them down to Triple-A eventually if they weren't playing enough. Riley was 10-for-28 in spring training with two home runs, two doubles and four RBI, and he had struck out just five times. He struck out almost 40 percent of the time in his rookie season. The switch-hitting Camargo was 8-for-28 with a homer, two doubles and eight RBI in camp. Whenever the season starts, the Braves will have an expanded roster, so it seems likely that both Riley and Camargo will be with the club. How much either one plays the hot corner is unknown, though, and splitting time would limit their ceilings. Riley is the more attractive fantasy option in deep mixed and NL-only leagues.

5 months ago