Luke Maile

Luke Maile Fantasy

0.084 517th
1.6 459th
0.197 581st
0.440 572nd
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Height / Weight
6' 3" / 225 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
2/6/1991 (29)

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Luke Maile News

Luke Maile Scratched From Lineup Friday

Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Luke Maile (hamstring) was scratched from the Grapefruit League lineup on Friday with left hamstring tightness. Maile is day-to-day. He should be fine in the long run. The 29-year-old backstop hit just .151/.205/.235 with two home runs and nine RBI in 129 plate appearances over 44 games for the Blue Jays in 2019. In five big league seasons, Maile has hit .198/.252/.304 with 10 homers, 60 RBI and four steals in 605 at-bats. Splitting time with Jacob Stallings and John Ryan Murphy in Pittsburgh, Maile isn't even that attractive in two-catcher leagues.

4 months ago
Luke Maile Heading to Paternity List

Fire up the Danny Jansen hype train! Toronto Blue Jays catcher Luke Maile is heading to the paternity list as he awaits the birth of his child. This means Jansen should see starts behind the plate for the next couple of days. While it has been a short sample size for the Jays third-ranked prospect, Jansen has looked good. Through three games he has gone 4-for-10 at the plate with a home run and two RBI. It seems likely that Jansen and Maile will both see time at catcher for the rest of the season, but managers can jump on Jansen in the short-term.

over a year ago
Huge Night For Luke Maile

There might not be a ton of fanfare in the fantasy community for Toronto Blue Jays catcher Luke Maile, but at least for one night, he earned some. On Friday night against the Boston Red Sox, Maile finished 3-for-4 with two home runs (including one off pitcher Chris Sale), two runs scored, four RBI, and a walk. The two home runs were his first of the year, but across 17 games played he's slashing an impressive .339/.418/.542 (.960 OPS) with four doubles, a triple, 12 runs scored, and 14 RBI. Maile is clearly hitting the ball well, but of course, it's tough to give him any fantasy consideration with him backing up Russell martin on most days. However, it's worth noting that Maile has started 15 of Toronto's 39 games thus far (mainly because Martin DH's a bit), thus giving him more playing time than the average backup catcher. If Martin were to miss time, Maile becomes a very intriguing fantasy option.

over a year ago

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