Ryan McMahon Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 2" / 219 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 12/14/1994 (28)
Ryan McMahon Season Stats
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Ryan McMahon News
Colorado Rockies third baseman Ryan McMahon had two hits in five at-bats during Wednesday's 3-0 shutout win over the Chicago White Sox. He also doubled and scored a run. McMahon's again putting up mediocre numbers, slashing .248/.333/.410 with 16 HRs, 60 runs, 62 RBI, and seven stolen bases over 135 games. His fantasy value has typically stemmed from his power and counting stats, but with a drop-off in those categories this year, he's more of a bench player than a starter.
Colorado Rockies third baseman Ryan McMahon had a couple of hits on Wednesday, including a double, in three at-bats. He also scored two runs and walked, but it wasn't enough to beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, losing the contest 10-5. McMahon is having a fine season at the dish this year, slashing .261/.351/.412 with four home runs, 23 runs, 22 RBI, and no stolen bases across 42 games. McMahon has underrated fantasy value, hitting at least 23 home runs the last two full seasons and he should compile counting stats, batting in the middle of the Rockies lineup.
Colorado Rockies third baseman Ryan McMahon is heading to the bench for Wednesday's game against left-hander Ranger Suarez and the Philadelphia Phillies. Alan Trejo will be covering third base and batting ninth in the game. McMahon drew three walks in the team's 10-3 blowout loss to the Phillies on Tuesday. He also reached base twice in Monday's game, so the Phillies should certainly be relieved to see him out of the lineup on Wednesday. McMahon is slashing .236/.354/.400 over 16 games this year with one home run, six doubles, eight RBI and seven runs. Expect to see him back on the field for Thursday's series finale.
Colorado Rockies third baseman Ryan McMahon has been relevant in fantasy baseball for the past few seasons. His moderate yet consistent play continued this season when the 28-year-old hit .246, slugged 20 homers, stole seven bases, and collected 134 RBI plus runs. McMahon played 153 games in 2022, a season after appearing in 151, and will get everyday at-bats again in 2023, especially with his superb defense. His high strikeout rates, including a 26.5% rate in 2022, have affected his batting averages, but he's on the right track, posting his lowest swinging strike rate since 2017. McMahon's career 90.9 MPH average exit velocity and minuscule 3.4% pop-up rate mean he's capable of maintaining a .250 batting average, especially playing at Coors Field. He offers enough power to keep fantasy managers happy, averaging almost 25 home runs per 162 games over the past four years with a 9.1% barrel rate. McMahon isn't the quickest (34th-percentile sprint speed in 2022), but he can still provide six or seven steals, as his past two campaigns have proven. Despite being subpar on paper, the Rockies lineup will score a decent amount of runs considering the thin air of Colorado, and the former second-rounder will be one of their biggest run producers. McMahon is going around pick 219, a profitable price for his skillset.