Randy Arozarena Stats
- Height / Weight
- 5' 11" / 185 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/28/1995 (26)
Randy Arozarena Season Stats
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Randy Arozarena News
Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Randy Arozarena went 1-for-5 with a two-run home run in Sunday's 8-4 loss to the Yankees. It was his second home run in as many games, as he is now slashing .314/.351/.514 through his first eight games of the year. The thing to keep an eye on with Arozarena is his strikeouts, with Arozarena striking out at least once in all eight games he's appeared in and he now has a 12:1 K:BB ratio on the year. Managers should continue to slot him into the starting lineup, but be wary of potential incoming regression.
Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Randy Arozarena hit his first home run of the season on Saturday and finished 3-for-4 with one RBI and a run scored in a 4-0 win over the Yankees. Arozarena now boasts a seven-game hitting streak to open the year, and is slashing .333/.375/.467 with a double, a home run, three RBI and a stolen base. While the power looks to be picking up, managers should take note of his 34.4 percent strikeout rate to start the year. Hopefully the plate discipline improves soon, but if not we could see Arozarena's numbers start to slide in the near future.
Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Randy Arozarena went 2-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in Monday's 11-2 loss to the Red Sox. The power has not shown up yet for Arozarena, but he's still had a good start getting on base as he is 4-for-11 with a walk and a run scored through three games. Arozarena hit 17 home runs between the regular season and playoffs in 2020, so he definitely has pop in his bat and it should begin to show up soon.
Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Randy Arozarena went from afterthought to postseason hero to phenom in a matter of weeks. The 25-year-old Cuban prospect spent much of the 2020 regular season rehabbing and recovering from COVID before debuting at the very end of August. He made an immediate splash, swatting four homers, stealing two bases, and hitting .471 over his first seven MLB games. He finished the regular season with a slash line of .281/.382/.641, seven HR, 11 RBI, 15 runs, and four SB over 64 at-bats. Then, the playoffs came and we all know what happened. Arozarena went ballistic, posting all-time playoff records with 29 total hits, 10 home runs, and numerous other rookie records. Predictably, fantasy managers are ready for a breakout season and some view him as the next coming of Ronald Acuna Jr. Despite an offseason incident which saw Arozarena arrested in Mexico regarding a custody dispute, he was released without consequence. It's clear that his draft stock hasn't taken a hit and may even continue to climb if Arozarena continues to hit during spring training. His early ADP is all the way up to 58 in NFBC drafts and he may cost a top-50 pick in many leagues. While the tantalizing talent is tangible, we have an even smaller sample size than most rookies who premiered in 2020. If you prefer to shoot for the power/speed upside of Arozarena over the predictability of someone like George Springer in the same tier, be prepared to strike early enough on draft day.