Juan Soto

Juan Soto Fantasy

0.266 54th
5.2 93rd
0.407 30th
0.949 26th
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Height / Weight
6' 1" / 185 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
10/25/1998 (21)

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Juan Soto News

Juan Soto Isolating From Nationals Park

Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto is currently isolating himself from Nationals Park after coming into contact with a teammate who tested positive for COVID-19. As of now, Soto is not participating in team drills, but that is the extent of the situation. As long as nothing changes for Soto, the 21-year-old outfielder looks to be a top contributor once again in 2020. Soto has big power upside and a tendency to hit his home runs in bunches, which would be especially valuable in a 60-game season. In 2019, Soto hit 20 of his 34 home runs from July 2 to Sept. 12, including 10 in the month of August alone. In 2018, Soto hit 14 of his 22 home runs from July 9 to Sept. 29. If Soto's trend of hitting large amounts of home runs in the later months of the season continues in 2020, he could be a real difference-maker across all leagues.

8 days ago
Juan Soto Showing Off Plate Discipline in Early Spring

Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto walked two more times Monday, bringing his spring total to six against only three strikeouts. That has meant a .533 OBP despite a .222 batting average. It's just confirmation that the youngster continues to have a precocious batter's eye for his age--he is still just 21 as he enters his third season. Soto has already showed off his power-speed combo this spring as well, with both a home run and a steal after putting up 34 and 12, respectively, last year. He is a top-10 to 15 option this draft season no matter the format.

4 months ago
Juan Soto Goes 2-for-4 in Game 7 Win

Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto was electric at the plate in Game 7 on Wednesday, working long at-bats and driving the ball around the field. On top of his two hits, he rocketed one down the right field line that was pocketed by Ryan Zimmerman. He also worked a seventh-inning walk that led to the Howie Kendrick go-ahead home run. Sotocontinues to impress at just 21 years old and may be the most promising prospect in baseball. Next year is going to be fun to watch.

over 6 months ago