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Jackie Bradley (LF,CF,RF)

Boston Red Sox - 41% owned

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Bats: L, Throws: R

Jackie Bradley Jr. went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and two runs scored in Friday's 10-inning win over the Mets.

Fantasy Impact: Jackie Bradley continues his hot hitting on Friday night. Since being called up from Triple A on July 29th, Bradley is hitting .328 with four home runs and 20 runs batted in. Owners wanting to cash in on this hot streak should know that Bradley is in a platoon with Rusney Castillo and not playing everyday.

 

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Jackie Bradley is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Indians, Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports. Bradley will get the day off, as Rusney Castillo slots back into the lineup after sitting out Monday. (Source: Pete Abraham on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Jackie Bradley is one of the hottest players in baseball right now hitting .480 the last week. But that has not stopped the Red Sox from platooning Bradley in right field with Rusney Castillo. It would be a smart move to grab Bradley while he is hot but the platoon is hurting his fantasy value.

 

Jackie Bradley went 5-for-6 with two homers, three doubles, seven RBI and five runs scored in Saturday's win over the Mariners. He extended his hitting streak to five games and has gone 13-for-22 with nine extra-base hits, 13 RBI and 11 runs scored during that run.

Fantasy Impact: Jackie Bradley has gone from being hot this week to absolutely scorching. Bradley who has struggled at the major league level throughout his career is on fire right now. He may be worth a pickup while he is on this run and he does have decent upside but do not be surprised if he regresses back to the .200 hitter he has been for his career.

 

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Jackie Bradley went 3-for-5 with a double, a run scored and an RBI in Friday night's win over the Mariners. He has three multi-hit games in the previous four.

Fantasy Impact: Jackie Bradley is really heating up. After struggling in his multiple trips to the big leagues this season, it looks like Bradley might be figuring things out. He might be a good pickup in deeper leagues who are looking at a hot bat. Bradley is a career .200 hitter so he could cool off as fast as he heated up.

 

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Jackie Bradley went 2-for-4 with a triple and two runs scored in Tuesday night's loss to the Marlins. He has two consecutive multi-hit games and has hit safely in four of his last five games.

Fantasy Impact: Jackie Bradley has been horrible at the plate in the big leagues this season hitting just .102 going into last week. It looked like Bradley may get sent down to the minors this week but it looks like this recent surge gives him new life. Bradley is not own-able in fantasy leagues right now but if he can show this is more than a hot streak he could be a candidate to be picked up.

 

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Jackie Bradley went 2-for-3 with a home run, a triple, five RBI, two runs scored and a walk in Sunday's game against the Tigers

Fantasy Impact: Jackie Bradley has really stuggled at the major league level this season for the Red Sox. Bradley is just hitting .121 in 24 games. This game was huge for Bradley as someone will have to be moved when Mookie Betts comes off the DL. Fantasy owners will want to wait awhile longer before running to the waiver wire to pick up Bradley.

 

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Jackie Bradley went 1-for-4 with two runs scored in Friday night's win over the Tigers. He's reached base safely four times (two hits, two walks) the last two games.

Fantasy Impact: Jackie Bradley has really stuggled at the major league level this year and in past seasons. Bradley is hitting .196 in 164 career games in the majors. While the last two games are nice, it will take a longer stretch to be worth picking up in most fantasy leagues.

 

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Jackie Bradley went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts in Wednesday night's win over the Yankees. In the past seven games, Bradley is 1-for-19 with five strikeouts, three walks and two runs scored.

Fantasy Impact: Jackie Bradley was having a strong season at Triple A and it looked like this could be the time he breaks out for the Red Sox when he was called up recently. But Bradley once again has struggled hitting at the major league level. If anyone picked up Bradley on a speculative add in their fantasy league can drop him.

 

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Jackie Bradley has been called up from Triple-A Pawtucket and is in Wednesday's lineup at center field, Sean McAdam of CSN Northeast reports. (Source: Sean McAdam on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Jackie Bradley is being called up to replace Mookie Betts on the active roster. Betts is on the seven day DL so Bradley may only be up for a week. Bradley has been hitting well at Pawtucket hitting .305 on the season.

 

Jackie Bradley has been used as a late-inning defensive replacement in each of the previous two games. He had started six games before that, when Hanley Ramirez was unavailable due to a hand injury.

Fantasy Impact: With Hanley Ramirez back from his injury and Shane Victorino coming off the DL soon, Jackie Bradley has lost a chance at a starting outfield spot for the Red Sox. Bradley has been hitting well in Triple A, and if he could get a chance in the majors, we may find out if he is fantasy relevant.

 

Jackie Bradley homers on Tuesday

Wed, Jul 1st 8:32am EDT
By John Aubin

Jackie Bradley homered and walked in Tuesday night's win over Toronto. Bradley finished the game going 1-for-3.

Fantasy Impact: Jackie Bradley has started six straight games in the outfield while Hanley Ramirez recovers from a hand injury. But with Ramirez expected back any day and Shane Victorino also coming off the DL this weekend, Bradley could get caught in a numbers game.

 

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Jackie Bradley stuck in Triple-A

Tue, Jun 16th 3:13pm EDT
By John Aubin

Red Sox manager John Farrell said there are no plans at this time to bring Jackie Bradley up from Triple-A Pawtucket, the Boston Herald reports. (Source: Boston Herald)

Fantasy Impact: Jackie Bradley has hit well at Triple-A with a .335 batting average so far this season. The problem with Bradley is he has never proven he can hit at the big league level with a career .197 average which includes an 0-for-13 stint for Boston earlier this season. Until Bradley can prove he can hit major league pitching, ignore him if he does get called up.

 

Jackie Bradley had his sixth straight multi-hit game Thursday night, going 2-for-5 with a homer and a double for Triple-A Pawtucket. He's up to .347/.398/.474/.872 through 103 plate appearances.

Fantasy Impact: If Jackie Bradley was on any other major league team beside Boston he would be in the big leagues right now. But with the depth of the Red Sox outfield there is no room for Bradley. He is known for his defense and speed and his strong hitting makes him attractive now for another club to try to acquire him. If he can continue hitting like this he will work his way on the Red Sox roster or another team.

 

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Jackie Bradley was optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday, Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports. (Source: Pete Abraham on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: This is not a big surprise as Jackie Bradley has struggled at the major league level. But he has hit well this spring and looks to have improved. Part of the demotion is a numbers game as the Red Sox have many options. There is a good chance he gets called up soon or traded to a team needing an outfielder.

 

Jackie Bradley went 2-for-3 with a double, a walk and a run scored in Tuesday's game against the Rays. He is now 5-of-13 with two doubles in four games this spring.

Fantasy Impact: The Red Sox outfield situation is currently crowded and Jackie Bradley is targeted for Triple A. There could be opportunities if Rusney Castillo or Shane Victorino go into the season on the disabled list. Bradley is great defensively but struggles at the plate so the hot start this spring helps his case to stay in the major leagues.

 

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Jackie Bradley had a hard-hit double, a single, an RBI and a run scored in Thursday night's game against the Twins.

Fantasy Impact: With the injury to Rusney Castillo it gives Jackie Bradley an opportunity to compete for the centerfield position. He is outstanding defensively but has been horrible from the plate. In his two seasons in the majors he has hit .189 and .198. Bradley has worked on his swing in the off season and we shall see if it shows this spring.

 

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With the Red Sox outfield so crowded with candidates, there is a presumption that a trade is in the offing for Jackie Bradley Jr., who was the team’s everyday center fielder as a rookie last season but batted .198 and ultimately was displaced by another rookie, Mookie Betts, and a Cuban free agent, Rusney Castillo. But that should not be considered a given. There was a recent report, for example, that the Atlanta Braves were interested in Bradley. Early in the offseason, the Braves approached the Sox about a possible Bradley deal but were unable to find a match acceptable to Boston, according to a league source, who conveyed that the Red Sox still hold Bradley in high regard. The sides have not spoken about Bradley in weeks, the source said, and it would seem unlikely that talks will intensify again. (Source: ESPN Boston)

Fantasy Impact: There is currently a logjam in Boston's outfield and it would look like Jackie Bradley would be the odd man out. If he does not get traded, more than likely he will end up in the minors. Either way Bradley has yet to prove he can hit major league pitching and is not fantasy relevant in any league.

 

Jackie Bradley has been working with Red Sox assistant hitting coach Victor Rodriguez in Fort Myers, attempting to rediscover the stroke he utilized in the minors, when he looked like a potential leadoff hitter, WEEI.com reports. (Source: WEEI)

Fantasy Impact: Jackie Bradley needs to improve his hitting if he wants to stay in the major leagues. This is an important year for him as he has not proved he can consistently hit in the big leagues. He does have the potential and will need a big spring training to stick with the Red Sox. He is not fantasy relevant as Boston is deep in the outfield and he will not play full time if he makes the club.