Robinson Chirinos

Robinson Chirinos Fantasy

Healthy
0.205 172nd
2019
3.9 205th
2019
0.363 132nd
2019
0.790 182nd
2019
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Height / Weight
6' 1" / 210 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
6/5/1984 (36)
Experience
8

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Robinson Chirinos News

Robinson Chirinos To Miss A Week Of Spring Training Games

Texas Rangers catcher Robinson Chirinos(hamstring) will not be behind the plate when the team takes the field for their first spring training game on Friday against the Kansas City Royals. The offseason acquisition is still nursing a hamstring strain that he suffered in January and will be limited to bullpen work for the next week. It should not affect his status for Opening Day. Chirinos is an option in two-catcher or AL-only leagues and is currently the 22nd catcher going off the board in NFBC leagues with an ADP of 296. In the meantime, expect Jeff Mathis and Jose Trevino to pick up most of the opportunities while Chirinos continues to protect his hamstring.

3 months ago
Robinson Chirinos Returning To Rangers

The Texas Rangers agreed to a one-year, $6.75 million deal with catcher Robinson Chirinos on Tuesday, according to MLB sources. He'll make $5.75 million in 2020, and the deal includes a club option for 2021 worth $6.25 million or a $1 million buyout. Texas opted not to pick up Chirinos' option for 2019 and instead went with Jeff Mathis, who hit just .158 with a .433 OPS. The 35-year-old Chirinos isn't the most polished defender behind the plate, but he hit 17 long balls and had a .790 OPS in a career-high 437 at-bats for the Astros last season. Chirinos will be the Rangers primary catcher in 2020 and will have plenty of fantasy appeal for his power in a hitter-friendly park. Just remember that Chirinos is as streaky as they come offensively.

4 months ago
Robinson Chirinos, Will Harris Could Sign Soon

Catcher Robinson Chirinos and relief pitcher Will Harris could come off the market soon. Chirinos is said to be close to making a decision, while Harris has multiple multi-year offers worth $6-7 million annually, according to sources. Chirinos isn't the most polished of defensive catchers, but he did hit 17 home runs in 114 games for Houston last season. He has at least 17 long balls in each of the last three seasons, which shouldn't go unnoticed at a position that lacks much power. Harris was lights-out for the 'Stros in 2019, posting a 1.50 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 9.3 K/9 in 60 innings. He also had four saves. Even if he's not closing out games for a team, Harris will have some fantasy appeal for his ratios and possibly holds with another club.

4 months ago