Jose Miranda Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 2" / 210 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 6/29/1998 (25)
Jose Miranda Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Jose Miranda News
Minnesota Twins third baseman Jose Miranda (shoulder) is set to have surgery on his right shoulder on Thursday. The Twins will provide more information on Miranda's surgery after the operation this week, but he will obviously not play again in 2023. Barring a setback over the winter, the 25-year-old should be ready to go for the start of the 2024 season, but that remains to be seen. The third baseman has been out of action due to a right-shoulder impingement since the middle of July. The Puerto Rican right-handed hitter really struggled in 40 games for the Twins this year in his second year in the majors, hitting just .211 (30-for-142) with three home runs, four doubles, 13 RBI and 12 runs scored. Hopefully, he can turn it around in 2024 with better health.
Minnesota Twins third baseman Jose Miranda (shoulder) has been placed on the 10-day injured list on Saturday. The 25-year-old has been sidelined the last couple of weeks in an attempt to help his shoulder injury. The organization has finally decided to place Miranda on the injured list due to a right shoulder impingement. They haven't given a timetable for his return to the field. In the meantime, outfielder Matt Wallner has been recalled to take the spot on the active roster. Wallner did well during his brief stint on the Twins earlier in the season.
Minnesota Twins infielder Jose Miranda (shoulder) is heading to the injured list with a shoulder flare-up, according to manager Rocco Baldelli. The Twins manager told reporters on Friday that the shoulder has bothered Miranda throughout the year. The 25-year-old should be out for a little while Matt Wallner is expected to be recalled from Triple-A St. Paul in a corresponding move. Miranda is batting a disappointing .206/.258/.298 with just three home runs over 141 at-bats on the year.
Minnesota Twins infielder Jose Miranda is going into his second season after coming onto the scene in 2022 and impressing. He hit .268, slugged 15 home runs, stole one base, scored 45 runs, and drove in 66 over 125 games. Still, Miranda projects as a pretty boring hitter in fantasy baseball moving forward. He only struck out 18.8% of the time and always had low strikeout rates in the minors, but he doesn't hit the ball exceptionally hard (55th-percentile average exit velocity in 2022) and has little speed, posting a 25th-percentile sprint speed. There's no reason Miranda can't be a consistent 20-homer guy, but that's likely his ceiling. The 24-year-old hardly barreled balls this season with a 6.2% rate, and his 109.4 MPH max exit velocity isn't that impressive. He also plays in a tough division to go yard in with many big outfields. Miranda's going to hit in a solid lineup but won't be much more than a 70-runs and RBI player, as Steamer projects (64 runs, 71 RBI). In real life, the Puerto Rican is a quality young bat but is just above average in four categories and a nonfactor in stolen bases. His ADP suggests otherwise, though, as Miranda's going around pick 155, ahead of more intriguing third basemen like Matt Chapman (162 ADP) and Ke'Bryan Hayes (165 ADP), as well as Anthony Rizzo (156 ADP) and Rowdy Tellez (178 ADP) at first base.