Luis Arraez

Luis Arraez Fantasy

Healthy
0.019 470th
2020
0 492nd
2020
0.259 105th
2020
0.528 125th
2020
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Height / Weight
5' 10" / 177 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
4/9/1997 (23)
Experience
1
College
None

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Luis Arraez News

Luis Arraez Rejoins Twins Lineup Saturday, Bats Seventh

Minnesota Twins second baseman Luis Arraez has returned to the lineup for Saturdays contest against the Royals and left-hander Danny Duffy. Having missed the past two games due to knee soreness, Arraez is back manning the keystone and batting seventh. After opening the year on a five-game hitting streak, Arraezs average has dipped down to .216 with a .529 OPS entering play Saturday. After a terrific rookie campaign, Arraez has been unable to replicate the .334 BA and .295 xBA that put him on the fantasy radar last season. He draws a tough left-on-left matchup against Duffy in his first game back, but season-long owners can give the uber-contact hitter a bit of a leash over the next week to find his level.

4 days ago
Luis Arraez Returns To Lineup Saturday

Minnesota Twins second baseman Luis Arraez (knee) is back in Saturday's lineup against the Royals. Arraez sat for the first game of the series with what was described as "very minor knee soreness." Perhaps the knee explains the slump Arraez is in, as he has now just 1-for-16 in the month of August. The 23-year-old was dealing with some knee tendonitis towards the end of summer camp, so perhaps it was just recurring at the start of the Twins' road trip. Arraez has a good chance of busting out of his slump against Royals' lefty Danny Duffy.

4 days ago
Luis Arraez Gets Hit In Fifth Straight Game

Minnesota Twins second baseman Luis Arraez went 1-for-3 with a single in a 2-0 loss to the Cleveland Indians. Arraez has now gotten a hit in each of the five games he's played in 2020, including two multi-hit games. Impressively, the 23-year-old didn't strike out on a night when 13 Twins were sent back to the dugout on punch-outs by a dominant Shane Bieber. It's still early, but Arraez leads the Twins in batting average, .389, and OBP, .421. He should continue to be a great source of hits and average for fantasy owners with three more games coming up against the Indians.

12 days ago