Ryan McMahon Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 2" / 219 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 12/14/1994 (26)
Ryan McMahon Season Stats
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Ryan McMahon News
Colorado Rockies second baseman Ryan McMahon went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and two strikeouts in a 4-3 loss to the San Francisco Giants on Saturday. McMahon took San Francisco starter Logan Webb deep in the top of the fifth inning to give the Rockies a 3-1 advantage. He also picked up a single in the game and struck out twice. The 26-year-old is now tied with Tyler Naquin for the Major League lead with five home runs. He's off to a phenomenal start this season with a .333/.353/.848 batting line to go along with the five home runs and nine RBI across 33 at-bats. Fantasy managers also have to be pleased that he's started 8-of-9 games and should continue to see everyday plate appearances as long as he's swinging a hot bat.
Colorado Rockies INF Ryan McMahon had a huge game on Tuesday, going 4-for-6 with three home runs, a double, three runs scored, and four RBI in the D-Backs 10-8 extra-innings victory. McMahon started the game at third base and put the Rockies on the board with a solo tater off Luke Weaver in the bottom of the second inning. He would take Weaver deep again in the bottom of the fourth and then parked his third home run of the night off Alex Young in the seventh inning. He was already having an amazing performance but decided to tack on an RBI double in the bottom of the 13th inning for good measure. The Rockies would still go on to lose 10-8. The 26-year-old has now started four of five games to begin the season and is slashing a ridiculous .444/.444/.1.222 with four home runs and seven RBI. He'll look to stay hot through the rest of the Arizona series.
Colorado Rockies second baseman/third baseman Ryan McMahon had a monster day on Tuesday against the Arizona Diamondbacks. McMahon went 4-for-6 with three home runs, a double and four RBI. He is off to a scorching start to the year with hits in each game he's started and multiple hits in three of his five starts. He's slashing .444/.444/1.222 through 18 at-bats. McMahon has been an inconsistent hitter throughout his four-plus years with the Rockies. This monstrous start to the season is likely nothing more than a hot streak, but if he's available in your league, he's worth adding to see how long the streak lasts.
Colorado Rockies infielder Ryan McMahon has been up and down his entire tenure with the Rockies. In 2020, he did hit nine homers in the shortened season and saw his ISO jump to a career high .203 his second straight season posting an ISO of .200 or higher. But the averaged dipped to .215 while the strikeout rate blew up to 34.2 percent. It's not like he became a free-swinger all of a sudden. In fact, his chase rate was identical to 2019, he was just swinging less often in 2020, particularly at pitches in the zone. His swinging-strike rate in 2020 (14.6) was actually just lower than it was in 2019 (14.7). That could mean it was more of his approach, rather than a physical struggle, or it could just be circumstances of a shortened season. Regardless, we expect the strikeouts to decrease a bit this season, leading to an uptick in average. We already know he can provide plenty of power in Colorado, but posting a career-high 11.2 percent barrel rate -- and that rate climbing every year he's been in the bigs -- is reason to remain excited for that power output. McMahon is barely a top-250 pick, going off the board with an average pick of 242, but he provides multiple-positional eligibility and can provide cheap pop, if nothing else. With Nolan Arenado shipped off to St. Louis, and with Brendan Rodgers shelved with a hamstring injury, McMahon got a double dose of good playing time news this offseason. He should get a small bump up your rankings with the potential for full-time plate appearances in 2021.