Kurt Suzuki

Kurt Suzuki Fantasy

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Height / Weight
5' 11" / 210 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
10/4/1983 (36)
Cal State Fullerton

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Kurt Suzuki News

Yan Gomes, Kurt Suzuki to Split Time

Although Washington Nationals catcher Yan Gomes will be the team's primary option again this season, fellow catcher Kurt Suzuki will get a large chunk of the playing time. Suzuki is looking to catch starters Max Scherzer and Anibal Sanchez, with Gomes catching the rest of the staff. Suzuki has been the superior hitter for years now, and catching about 40% of the time to Gomes' 60% is close enough that Suzuki is the better option of the two for fantasy purposes. While Suzuki belongs on a roster in two-catcher leagues and could be a streamer in daily one-catcher leagues, Gomes doesn't offer nearly that upside.

over 6 months ago
Kurt Suzuki Scratched From Game 7 Lineup

Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki (hip) has been scratched from the lineup for Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday. Yan Gomes will now do the catching and will hit eighth against Astros starter Zack Greinke. Suzuki had a crucial home run in the Game 2 win in Houston, but otherwise he's done nothing in the postseason with the bat. Gomes was the lesser of the two fantasy options during the regular season, but he is 7-for-25 (.280) with two doubles and three RBI this postseason. He's still a low-upside DFS option against Greinke in this winner-take-all game.

over 9 months ago
Kurt Suzuki Returns To Lineup For Game 7

Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki (hip) is back in the starting lineup for Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday against Astros starter Zack Greinke. Suzuki is behind the plate and will hit eighth in the lineup. It's Suzuki's first start since Game 3 of the series when the team faced Greinke for the first time. The backstop went 0-for-2 with two strikeouts in that game and has two hits (one homer) in his 10 World Series at-bats with three K's. Overall this postseason, Zuk is hitting just .100 (3-for-30) with 11 strikeouts. He's not a very enticing DFS option at his position while hitting low in the order.

over 9 months ago