Albert Almora Jr.
LF,CF,RF - FA
Albert Almora Jr. was reinstated from the Covid-19 on Monday and had a big day with three hits, two RBI, a stolen base, and a run scored.
Almora comprised much of the Reds' offense on Monday and could see a fair amount of playing time moving forward with Tommy Pham now in Boston and Tyler Naquin in New York. Even so, he's not a great option for fantasy as he's slashing .246/.270/.392 on the season with five HRs, three SBs, and 28 RBI.
Albert Almora Jr. went two-for-four and had a walk-off single in the Reds' 4-3 comeback victory over the Braves Sunday.
Almora has been solid in a part-time role for the Reds this season, hitting .260 with five HRs and 26 RBI. He's not very relevant for fantasy, though, as he lacks upside and doesn't play every day.
Albert Almora Jr. homered for the second time in four games Tuesday, but it wasn't nearly enough for the Reds, who lost 8-2.
The injury to Tyler Naquin has opened up playing time for Almora, who has acquitted himself pretty well. On the season, he's slashing .286/.302/.455 with four HRs and 21 RBI. Despite this, Almora is not a great fantasy option given his role as a bench player and limited upside.
Albert Almora Jr. went 1-for-3 at the plate on Friday, hitting a 2-run homer in the Reds' 5-4 loss to the Brewers.
Almora Jr. hit his third home run on the season through 30 games played and he is slowly becoming a fantasy asset. The Reds outfielder is batting .291 on the season with an OPS of .745 which alone can lead to his being rostered. The 28 year old is either getting hits at the plate or nothing at all as he is walking an extremely low 2.8% of the time.
Albert Almora Jr. suffered a sprained shoulder Thursday against the Diamondbacks.
Almora left Thursday's game against Arizona in the fourth inning after attempting a diving catch. He is day-to-day for now and will test it out on Friday.