Starling Marte Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 1" / 195 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 10/9/1988 (32)
Starling Marte Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Starling Marte News
Miami Marlins outfielder Starling Marte kept the tear he's on going in Sunday's game, going 2-for-4 with a run scored and three RBI. Both of Marte's hits were singles, but he made them productive, as the Marlins only scored four runs, so Marte was somehow responsible for every run the team scored. The Marlins offense is simply so much stronger with Marte in the lineup. He missed 35 games due to a broken rib earlier in the season, but he has not missed a beat since rejoining the lineup. He's hitting .351 with a 1.010 OPS on the year.
Miami Marlins outfielder Starling Marte was outstanding in Thursday's 11-4 win over the Colorado Rockies. Marte went 4-for-5 with two runs scored and an RBI. He hit a home run, a double, and two singles, falling just a triple shy of the first cycle in Marlins history. Marte's home run came with no one on in the second inning, and it was his fifth of the season. Marte missed over a month with a fractured rib, but he's hitting an unreal .360 with a 1.054 OPS. When he's been on the field, he's been one of the best hitters in baseball this season.
Miami Marlins outfielder Starling Marte kept his hot streak going on Tuesday, going 3-for-4 with three singles and two runs scored. He also stole his sixth base of the season. Marte missed 35 games with a fractured rib, but started the season off hot and hit the ground running as soon as he came back. He's hitting a stellar .341 with a 1.001 OPS and would easily be in the MVP conversation if he'd done this throughout the time he was recovering from his injury. He's clearly feeling no ill effects from his rib and should continue to rake while hitting at the top of the Marlins lineup.
Marlins outfielder Starling Marte was the benefactor of a deadline deal that saw him go from the hapless Arizona Diamondbacks to a suddenly-contending Miami squad. Marte was one of the lone bright spots in the desert, batting .311 through the first half of the season with a pair of homers, 14 RBI and five steals. Upon moving south, Marte's fantasy value actually took a slight hit as his average was a mere .245 and he scored 10 fewer runs in five fewer games with Miami. Despite playing on a team that finished fourth in stolen base attempts per game, Marte stole an equal number of bags at five. He is no longer a 20-HR threat, especially playing half his games at Marlins Park, but Marte does remain on the short list of players who could steal upwards of 20 bases in a full season while hitting for a consistently high average. His .261 xBA was a big step back from 2019 when he was among the league leaders with a .303 xBA. Between the chaos of the season and the midseason trade, we can expect that he will regress closer to his career mark with an average around .280 with strong R+RBI totals. Marte no longer has the ceiling to be considered a top-40 pick but he is a safe bat to secure help in all five categories around 50th overall.