Juan Soto Stats

#22 RF  |  New York Yankees

Height / Weight 6'2"  /  224 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Oct 25, 1998 (25)
Experience 7 seasons
College None

Season Stats

Career 872 3031 600 865 162 14 182 547 719 642 55 21 .285 .422 .528 .951 8298.0

Game Log

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Last 10 36 5 9 2 0 2 4 10 5 1 0 .250 .413 .472 .885 88.0

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Juan Soto News

Juan Soto  • RF  •  Yankees

Juan Soto Still Managing Hand Injury

New York Yankees outfielder Juan Soto (hand) said that his hand is getting better, although it's something he expects he'll have to deal with over the coming weeks. Soto still plans on playing in next week's All-Star game, though. The 25-year-old superstar outfielder also went 2-for-3 with a double, home run and two walks in Thursday's loss to the division-rival Tampa Bay Rays, so his hand can't be bothering him too much. He originally injured his hand back on June 28 but has gone 9-for-36 with two home runs, four RBI and five runs scored since. While it's something to watch, fantasy managers shouldn't be too worried as long as it's not costing him any time or negatively affecting his swing. Soto now has 22 home runs on the season in 91 games and was named to his fourth All-Star team this year in his first season in the Bronx.
16 hours ago   
Juan Soto  • RF  •  Yankees

Juan Soto Returns On Sunday

New York Yankees outfielder Juan Soto (hand) is back in the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Toronto Blue Jays. The superstar outfielder suffered a hand injury during Friday's contest. As a result, Soto sat out on Saturday and it was assumed he'd sit out the whole weekend with imaging scheduled for Monday. Oddly enough, Soto is back in the lineup, batting second and playing right field. He singled in his first plate appearance against right-hander Kevin Gausman.
Jun 30   
Juan Soto  • RF  •  Yankees

Juan Soto Out Again On Sunday

New York Yankees outfielder Juan Soto (hand) is out of the starting lineup again on Sunday against the division-rival Toronto Blue Jays. Soto said he may get an MRI exam or CT scan on his right hand on Monday. He felt pain and weakness while swinging in batting practice before Saturday's game, although he said his hand feels better on Sunday. The Yankees have the day off on Monday, so there's a chance the 25-year-old superstar will be ready to play in Tuesday's series opener against the Cincinnati Reds as long as nothing shows up on his imaging on Monday. Aaron Judge is manning right field on Saturday and batting third, while Trent Grisham is in center field and in the nine-hole for the Yankees against Blue Jays right-hander Kevin Gausman. Fantasy managers will want to check back on Monday to see the results of Soto's tests.
Jun 30   
Juan Soto  • RF  •  Yankees

Juan Soto Getting MRI On Monday

New York Yankees outfielder Juan Soto (hand) is reportedly scheduled to undergo an MRI exam or CT scan on Monday. The superstar outfielder has been sidelined since suffering a hand injury during Friday's game. Soto reportedly felt pain in his hand when he was swinging during batting practice on Saturday. The Yankees haven't posted their lineup for Sunday's game, but it would be shocking to see Soto in there. For now, fantasy managers should consider Soto as day-to-day until after the testing is finished.
Jun 30   
Juan Soto  • RF  •  Yankees

Juan Soto Avoids Serious Injury

New York Yankees outfielder Juan Soto (hand) was scratched from Saturday's lineup after suffering an injury during Friday's game. The 25-year-old injured himself while sliding headfirst at home plate on Friday. The good news is that Soto appears to have avoided a serious injury. Yankees' manager Aaron Boone told reporters that the X-rays on Soto's hand came back negative. The Yankees are off on Monday, so it wouldn't be shocking to see Soto sit out on Sunday in order to give him extra rest. It sounds like Soto has avoided a trip to the injured list.
Jun 29   
Juan Soto  • RF  •  Yankees

Juan Soto Scratched From Saturday's Lineup

New York Yankees outfielder Juan Soto has been scratched from Saturday's starting lineup with a right-hand bruise that he sustained sliding into home plate during the fourth inning of Friday's 16-5 victory. The superstar will undergo initial imaging on Saturday in Toronto. Acquired in an offseason blockbuster trade from the San Diego Padres, Soto has been as advertised with the Yankees, hitting .302 with 20 home runs, 68 runs, 60 RBI, four stolen bases, and a 1.004 OPS across 81 games and 366 trips to the plate. Fantasy managers likely don't have much to worry about when it comes to Soto's hand issue but this is certainly a development to keep an eye on in case a surprise comes to light during his imaging.
Jun 29   
Juan Soto  • RF  •  Yankees

Juan Soto Homers, Drives in Three Runs Friday

New York Yankees outfielder Juan Soto provided a lot of offense Friday night going 2-for-4 with a three-run home run while pitching in another run scored in a 16-5 massacre of the Toronto Blue Jays Friday night. The Yankees were trailing 3-1 in the sixth inning when Soto turned on a 3-0 fastball right down the middle to give the Yanks a 4-3 lead. The soon-to-be-free-agent slugger has been a dream for the New York Bombers this season with a .302 batting average, 20 home runs, and 60 RBI. Look for him to continue to be the front end of one of the best one-two punches baseball has ever seen.
Jun 29   
Juan Soto  • RF  •  Yankees

Juan Soto Likely To Be Out For A Few More Days

New York Yankees outfielder Juan Soto (forearm) will likely be out for at least a few more days before returning to the lineup according to Yankees' manager Aaron Boone. The Yankees' manager said it's killing Soto not to be out there but that he sees the bigger picture. Soto was having yet another MVP caliber season alongside fellow AL MVP winner and likely 2024 candidate Aaron Judge. Assuming there are no other setbacks, Soto and his 1.027 OPS will either return to the Yankees lineup during the middle of their series against the Kansas City Royals or, if they elect to give him more time to rest, he could return on Friday in Boston against the Red Sox. Fantasy managers looking for a short term fill should look at Trent Grisham, who started in right field Friday night in Soto's place and is in the Yankees' starting lineup again on Saturday.
Jun 8   
Juan Soto  • RF  •  Yankees

Juan Soto Continues Brilliant Campaign On Sunday

New York Yankees outfielder Juan Soto smashed two more homers in Sunday's 7-5 win over the San Francisco Giants, giving him 17 on the season. Soto finished the day 3-for-5 with three runs scored and three RBI to go along with the pair of dingers. The 25-year-old superstar has been unconscious this season, slashing .322/.417/.614 with 46 runs, 17 homers, 53 RBI, and four stolen bases. He is one of the best players in the majors and that directly translates over the fantasy, where he is staking his claim to be the number one overall player.
Jun 3   
Juan Soto  • RF  •  Yankees

Juan Soto Hits Another Home Run

New York Yankees outfielder Juan Soto went 2-for-5 with a solo home run in Tuesday's loss versus the Los Angeles Angels. Soto continues to have an incredible season and now has 15 homers to go along with a healthy .312 batting average, 46 RBI and four stolen bases. He also has a shiny .989 OPS. Soto, 25, entered the season as one of the top bats in the game, but has taken it to another level in 2024 as he gets ready to enter free agency. Managers should continue to reap the benefits of the upcoming free-agent as he has shown no signs of slowing down. Soto will look to continue his success against left-hander Tyler Anderson and the Angels on Wednesday.
May 29