Tucupita Marcano Fantasy Stats

Out - Suspension

Height / Weight 6'0"  /  170 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Sep 16, 1999 (24)
Experience 3 seasons
College None

Season Stats

Career 149 406 41 88 19 4 5 34 26 88 7 4 .217 .269 .320 .589 602.0

Game Log

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Tucupita Marcano News

Tucupita Marcano  • 2B  •  Padres

Tucupita Marcano Facing Lifetime Ban

San Diego Padres infielder Tucupita Marcano is facing a potential lifetime ban from the game for betting on baseball, according to sources. Major League Baseball continues to investigate Marcano, but they could hand down their penalty against him soon. Along with facing a potential lifetime ban, the 24-year-old has been on the injured list all year as he recovers from a torn ACL he suffered last year while playing for the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Venezuelan infielder made his major-league debut in 2021 with the Padres and has appeared in the majors each of the last two years as well, batting just .217/.269/.320 with five home runs, 34 RBI, seven stolen bases and 41 runs scored in 149 games as a depth piece for the Padres and Pirates.
Jun 3   
Tucupita Marcano  • 2B  •  Padres

Padres Reunite With Tucupita Marcano

The San Diego Padres claimed infielder/outfielder Tucupita Marcano (knee) off waivers on Thursday from the Pittsburgh Pirates. In a corresponding move, the Padres outrighted catcher Chandler Seagle and right-hander Drew Carlton off their 40-man roster. Marcano will return to the Padres organization after spending his rookie MLB campaign with the Friars in 2021. He will not be ready for the start of the 2024 season after undergoing surgery to fix a torn ACL in his right knee, though. The 24-year-old hit .233/.276/.356 with a career-high three home runs, 12 doubles, two triples, 18 RBI, five stolen bases and 16 runs scored in his 75 games with Pittsburgh in 2023. Marcano is off the fantasy radar and is merely organizational position-player depth for SD going into next year.
Nov 3   
Tucupita Marcano  • 2B  •  Pirates

Tucupita Marcano Likely To Undergo Surgery

Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Tucupita Marcano (knee) was forced to exit early during Monday's game due to a right knee injury. He underwent further testing and the outcome is not favorable for the 23-year-old infielder. Marcano has suffered a significant right knee injury that is likely going to result in surgery. It sounds like there is a good chance that Marcano is done for the season. Right now, he's slashing .233/.276/.356 with three home runs and 18 RBI with five steals in 53 games. Fantasy managers who are rostering him in redraft formats can start looking for a replacement.
Jul 30   
Tucupita Marcano  • 2B  •  Pirates

Tucupita Marcano Suffers Knee Injury Monday

Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Tucupita Marcano left Monday's 8-4 win over the San Diego Padres early after suffering a "ligamentous injury" in his right knee, according to Jason Mackey of the Post-Gazette. He'll undergo further testing, and then there should be a better idea of the severity of the ailment. If Marcano does need time on the injured list, fantasy managers won't miss his production, as he's slashing .233/.276/.356 with three home runs, 16 runs, 18 RBI, and five steals over 75 games. The 23-year-old continues to be irrelevant in all formats.
Jul 25   
Tucupita Marcano  • 2B  •  Pirates

Tucupita Marcano Enjoys Massive Night Monday

Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Tucupita Marcano had a big night at the plate Monday as the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Texas Rangers by a 6-4 final. Marcano went 2-for-3 with a home run, a walk, four RBI, and a stolen base on the night. It was the first multi-hit effort for the 23-year-old since back on April 30 while he had collected just two hits over his last three contests. For the season, Marcano is hitting .268 with two homers, two stolen bases, and a .787 OPS across 31 games while striking out in just 12% of his plate appearances. He should continue to see regular playing time given his production at the plate, even if his defense has been subpar to begin his big-league career.
May 23   
Tucupita Marcano  • 2B  •  Pirates

Tucupita Marcano Faring Well In Minors

Pittsburgh Pirates shortstop Tucupita Marcano may not have true prospect status after playing 74 MLB games between 2021 and 2022, but he is still a high-end minor leaguer with the potential to make an impact very soon. The middle infielder lacks power but has shown a tendency to avoid strikeouts and put the ball in play, all while displaying his speed on the basepaths. The 23-year-old has impressive bat-to-ball skills, which suggests that he can still be a very strong option off the bench even if he doesn't have an everyday starting role in the majors. Marcano also has great defensive IQ, smooth hands, and impressive range. Marcano is coming off a big week in which he went 10-for-19 (.526) with five doubles, one triple, one homer, and seven RBI. After just seven games, he is already knocking on the door of the majors and earning a promotion sooner rather than later as the Pirates look to inject some youth into their roster.
Apr 11   
Tucupita Marcano  • 2B  •  Pirates

Tucupita Marcano Activated From COVID-19 Injured List

The Pittsburgh Pirates activated infielder Tucupita Marcano from the COVID-19 injured list on Thursday. In a corresponding move, fellow infielder Yu Chang was designated for assignment. Marcano has split the 2022 season between Double-A and the majors. He's appeared in 19 games with the Pirates this year and has slashed .262/.318/.410 with two home runs, five RBI and nine runs. He has a chance to push Hoy Park for the everyday second baseman role on the team. Otherwise, he may end up as a utility man.
Jun 30   
Tucupita Marcano  • 2B  •  Pirates

Tucupita Marcano Traded To Pirates

The Pittsburgh Pirates acquired prospect infielder Tucupita Marcano as part of the trade sending second baseman/outfielder Adam Frazier to the San Diego Padres. Marcano is the lynchpin of a deal that also includes minor league outfielder Jack Suwinski and pitcher Michell Milano. The 21-year-old will slot in as the Pirates No. 7 prospect and is expected to report to Triple-A Indianapolis. Marcano projects as a versatile defender with a plus-hit tool, but registered just a .484 OPS in the majors this season in 50 plate appearances. Since being sent to Triple-A El Paso, Marcano has carried an .811 OPS with six homers in 199 plate appearances. As a light-hitting prospect with 30-grade power, he's just a middling fantasy option in dynasty formats until he taps into some slugging capabilities.
Jul 26   
Brian O'Grady  • 1B  •  Padres  |  Tucupita Marcano  • 2B  •  Padres

Tucupita Marcano Beats Out Brian O'Grady In Roster Battle

The San Diego Padres announced infield prospect Tucupita Marcano made the Opening Day roster over outfielder Brian O'Grady. Marcano, the team's No. 6 prospect, was a long shot entering spring training but lit the Cactus League aflame, going 17-for-42 with six extra-base hits and a 1.098 OPS. The 21-year-old's reps in the outfield were apparently impressive enough to bypass O'Grady as a bench option. O'Grady, 28, had a decent spring with an .843 OPS and is likely the next man up if any injuries befall the Friars. With outfielder Trent Grisham (hamstring) on the mend, Marcano's MLB stint could be brief, but his dynasty stock should soar knowing the team has faith in his big league potential.
Mar 30   
Tucupita Marcano  • 2B  •  Padres

Tucupita Marcano Has Fighting Chance To Make Team

San Diego Padres infield prospect Tucupita Marcano has raked this spring and has a chance to make the Opening Day roster. The Friars No. 6 prospect has gone 15-for-36 with six extra-base hits, tallying a 1.167 OPS. A long shot entering March, Marcano's strong performance and injury to starting center fielder Trent Grisham (hamstring) has opened a golden opportunity for the 21-year-old. Scouted with an excellent hit tool, Marcano earned high praise last year at the alternate site. If Grisham isn't ready, Marcano could sneak into the final roster spot to start the season. While he won't contribute in fantasy in 2021 as an end-of-the-bench option, his dynasty stock continues to rise.
Mar 28