Luke Raley Fantasy Stats

#20 LF  |  Seattle Mariners

Height / Weight 6'4"  /  235 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Sep 19, 1994 (29)
Experience 4 seasons
College Lake Erie (OH)

Season Stats

Career 258 736 101 172 36 5 32 83 47 265 20 5 .234 .310 .427 .737 1471.0

Game Log

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Last 10 27 2 2 1 0 0 0 2 13 0 1 .074 .265 .111 .376 26.0

Mariners Depth Chart


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Luke Raley News

Luke Raley  • LF  •  Mariners

Luke Raley Returning On Saturday

Seattle Mariners outfielder Luke Raley (shoulder) is back in the starting lineup ahead of Saturday's game against the Minnesota Twins. Raley makes his return after missing each of the last two games due to shoulder soreness. He'll bat fifth and cover left field against right-hander Pablo Lopez on Saturday. Fantasy managers should adjust their lineups with Raley back in the mix.
Jun 29   
Luke Raley  • LF  •  Mariners

Luke Raley Scratched On Wednesday

Seattle Mariners outfielder Luke Raley (undisclosed) has been scratched from the team's starting lineup on Wednesday for the series finale against the Tampa Bay Rays due to undisclosed reasons. Dylan Moore will move from second base to take Raley's spot in left field, and he will hit eighth against Rays right-hander Ryan Pepiot. Rookie Ryan Bliss will draw into the lineup at second base for the M's and will hit out of the nine-hole. Fantasy managers will want to check back later for an explanation as to why the 29-year-old left-handed-hitting Raley was taken out of Wednesday's lineup. Raley has been a key contributor for Seattle this year, hitting .253 (50-for-198) with nine home runs, 22 RBI, five stolen bases and 28 runs scored. UPDATE: Raley is dealing with a sore shoulder and was scratched when it didn't loosen up in the cage before Wednesday's game.
Jun 26   
Luke Raley  • LF  •  Mariners

Luke Raley Returning To The Lineup

Seattle Mariners outfielder Luke Raley (lat) has returned to the starting lineup ahead of Friday's game against the Los Angeles Angels. The 29-year-old missed Thursday's game due to a lat issue, but appears to be fine now. Raley will cover left field and bat eighth versus right-hander Jose Soriano. This season, Raley is slashing .260/.299/.394 with four home runs and 12 RBI in 45 games.
May 31   
Luke Raley  • LF  •  Mariners

Luke Raley Out With Sore Lat

Seattle Mariners outfielder Luke Raley (lat) is not in the team's starting lineup on Thursday against the visiting division-rival Houston Astros due to a sore lat. Raley will receive the day off to let it calm down, but it remains to be seen if he'll be back in for Friday's series opener against the visiting Los Angeles Angels. It doesn't sound like a serious injury for the 29-year-old left-handed hitter, so hopefully he'll be back on the field at some point this weekend against the Halos. All four of Raley's homers this year have come in May, a month in which he's hit a strong .292 (21-for-72) with two doubles and nine RBI in 78 plate appearances and 23 games to earn more run in Seattle's lineup against right-handed pitching. Dominic Canzone is starting in left field on Thursday and will hit sixth in the order against Astros rookie right-hander Spencer Arrighetti.
May 30   
Luke Raley  • LF  •  Mariners

Luke Raley Shines With Three-Hit, Three-RBI Game On Monday

Seattle Mariners outfielder Luke Raley went 3-for-4 in the batter's box with a long ball, two singles, and three RBI in Monday's victory over the Kansas City Royals. In the second frame, Raley launched his third home run of the season, which scored Cal Raleigh. Then in the third inning, he knocked an RBI single, which scored Jorge Polanco. He capped things off with another single in the eighth frame and then swiped his second bag of the season. Through 31 games, the 29-year-old has a solid .266/.310/.392 slash line. Raley is on the strong side of a platoon and is worth considering in deeper mixed leagues due to his ability to hit for power and potentially steal double-digit bases.
May 14   
Luke Raley  • LF  •  Mariners

Luke Raley Out Of Mariners' Lineup Saturday Night

Seattle Mariners outfielder/first baseman/designated hitter Luke Raley will head to the bench on Saturday night with the Mariners facing Houston Astros' lefty Framber Valdez. The left-handed hitting Raley is hitting .224 with no home runs, three RBI, and four runs scored in 60 plate appearances. Sam Haggerty gets the start in left field. Raley and Haggerty appear to be in a left-field platoon at this time. Raley will look to be the starter when the Mariners face right-handed pitching.
May 4   
Luke Raley  • LF  •  Mariners

Mariners Set To Acquire Luke Raley From Rays

The Seattle Mariners are reportedly set to acquire outfielder/first baseman Luke Raley from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for infielder Jose Caballero. The potential deal follows up on a blockbuster trade in which Seattle sent former Cy Young winner Robbie Ray to the San Francisco Giants in exchange for outfielder Mitch Haniger and right-hander Anthony DeSclafani. Raley enjoyed a big season for the Rays in 2023, hitting .249 alongside 19 home runs, 14 stolen bases, and an .823 OPS across 406 plate appearances. His big-time production was good for 30% above the league average, as per his 130 wRC+, while his underlying data backed up his work. Caballero, 27, hit .221 with four home runs and a hefty 26 stolen bases across 104 appearances last season.
Jan 5   
Luke Raley  • LF  •  Rays

Luke Raley Placed On 10-Day Injured List

The Tampa Bay Rays placed outfielder Luke Raley (neck) on the 10-day injured list (retroactive to Sept. 21) on Friday with a cervical strain and recalled top infield prospect Junior Caminero from Double-A Montgomery in a corresponding move. The Rays also designated Trevor Kelley for assignment. Raley hasn't started a game since last Saturday and reported numbness in his arm after a pinch-hitting appearance earlier this week, so this could be an injury that makes him unavailable to the Rays once the postseason starts. It would be a major loss, as the 29-year-old left-handed slugger has had a breakout season in 2023 with a .249/.333/.490 slash line, an .824 OPS, 19 home runs, 49 RBI, 14 stolen bases and 56 runs scored in 357 at-bats in his third major-league season.
Sep 22   
Luke Raley  • LF  •  Rays

Luke Raley Will Miss Time With Neck Injury

Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash said that outfielder Luke Raley (neck) will miss some time. There's no timetable for him, but he's very sore on Thursday after reporting numbness in his left arm after a pinch-hitting appearance in the loss to the Los Angles Angels on Wednesday. The 29-year-old left-handed hitter was scheduled to undergo an MRI exam on Thursday, so we should know more about the specifics of his injury once the results are known. The Rays have already locked up a playoff spot, so there's a good chance that fantasy managers won't have Raley for most, if not all, of the 2023 regular season. Raley hasn't started a game since Sept. 15 when he crashed into a staff member during pre-game batting practice.
Sep 21   
Luke Raley  • LF  •  Rays

Luke Raley Going For MRI On His Arm

Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Luke Raley (arm) said his left arm felt numb and had no strength on his last swing in Wednesday's loss to the Los Angeles Angles during a pinch-hitting appearance in the seventh inning, and he'll head for an MRI exam on Thursday morning. Before his appearance on Wednesday, Raley hadn't played in a game since Saturday when he collided with a staff member during batting practice before the game. Depending on the results of his MRI exam, this could be an injury that sends the 29-year-old outfielder to the injured list to close out the 2023 regular season. Until then, though, consider him day-to-day. Raley has had a breakout season in his third year in the big leagues, hitting .250/.334/.492 with an .826 OPS, 19 homers, 49 RBI, 14 stolen bases and 56 runs scored in 117 games. The Rays at least hope they can use the left-handed power/speed threat for the postseason.
Sep 21