Alejandro De Aza
Alejandro De Aza

Alejandro De Aza (LF,CF,RF)

Free Agent

Bats: L   Throws: L

De Aza continues to provide some punch to the New York Mets offense. Batting sixth in the lineup, he went 1-for-5 with a double, a run scored and two RBI.

Fantasy Impact: With Jay Bruce struggling, De Aza could get a few more starts. Although his season average of .195 isn't appealing, he has stayed productive in his last few games. He has scored five runs with seven RBIs in his last four. He's worth a punt as a platoon play in DFS.

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De Aza didn't get the start in the 9-4 New York Mets win over the Philadelphia Phillies. He did come in as a pinch hitter, drawing a walk and scoring a run.

Fantasy Impact: Although De Aza's .194 season average isn't great, he has built some momentum in the past three games. He has scored four runs and had that big homerun in St. Louis. If he gets a start against a rightie, he's worth a punt consideration in DFS.

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Alejandro De Aza with a big game

Thu, Aug 25th 10:58pm EDT
By R. A. Beltran

De Aza carried the New York Mets offense. He finished 2-for-5 with a three-run homerun off starter Adam Wainright. He also contributed two runs, five RBI, and one walk.

Fantasy Impact: Congratulations are in order for anyone who hit the De Aza sweepstakes in DFS. This output came out of nowhere, as Aza has been hitting .111 in the last seven days. For the season, he has a paltry .196 average with just five homeruns.

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De Aza finished 1-for-4 with a big three-run homerun against pitcher Jake Peavy. He also struck out once.

Fantasy Impact: This game was Aza's first start since August 16. With Curtis Granderson struggling to make contact with his bat, Aza could get a few more starts as the season unwinds. He's still not worth a consideration in most fantasy formats.

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De Aza got the start at center for the New York Mets. He ended the game 0-for-4 with three strikeouts, dropping his 2016 average to .188.

Fantasy Impact: With Cespedes out, the Mets don't have anyone productive to play at center. De Aza has been awful in his last seven days, hitting a paltry .067 with only two walks and one hit. He should be left in the waiver wire in all fantasy leagues.

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Both Jose Reyes and Curtis Granderson missed Sunday's game so De Aza got the nod at the top of the lineup. He finished 2-for-3 with one RBI, one walk and one strikeout.

Fantasy Impact: If Cespedes misses any time, the Mets might have to start De Aza in the outfield. Perhaps, he'll split time with rookie Brandon Nimmo. Regardless, he's not an exciting pickup with his .213 batting average and .307 slugging percentage. Leave him on the waiver wire.

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De Aza finished 2-for-3 against Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer. He had two singles, one walk and one strikeout.

Fantasy Impact: For the season, he has a .181 average with two homeruns, seven runs scored and six RBIs. He should be left in the waiver wire in most fantasy leagues. He's also marginally useful in DFS, except for the best platoon situations.

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De Aza started in the outfield and batted in the seven spot for the New York Mets. He went 1-for-2 with one run scored, one walk and one strikeout.

Fantasy Impact: De Aza hasn't done much in his first year as a Met. Het has an overall batting average of .165 with one homerun and five RBIs. He should continue to see regular playing time in the outfield with Conforto in the minors and Granderson nursing an injury. However, he can be ignored in most season long leagues.

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Alejandro De Aza is in the Mets' lineup for Tuesday's game versus the Royals. De Aza will bat ninth and play left field. (Source: Adam Rubin on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: De Aza won't get many starts this year, but gets the benefit of the Mets facing righty Chris Young in an AL park, where Michael Conforto can be slotted in as the DH. De Aza has a career .274 batting average against righties, and could swipe a base if he gets on given Young's slow delivery to the plate.


The Mets got their platoon center fielder, when they reached an agreement on a one-year deal worth $4 million with outfielder Alejandro De Aza. (Source: New York Daily News)

Fantasy Impact: The 32 year old Aza has a career .267 average with 45 homeruns. He played for the Giants, the Orioles and the Red Sox last year, and he hit .262 with seven homer runs. He hit .278 with an .800 OPS against right-handers, and all seven of his home runs were off right-handed pitching.

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The San Francisco Giants acquired left-handed hitting OF Alejandro De Aza from the Boston Red Sox on Monday night. De Aza will be playing for his 3rd MLB team of the season after going to the Red Sox from the Baltimore Orioles on June 3rd. (Source: Chris Haft on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Giants Manager Bruce Bochy plans on using De Aza as a left-handed hitting OF from the bench. Unless the Giants suffer another injury to their outfield you won't see him make too much of an impact. De Aza is batting .261 on the year with seven home runs and 32 RBIs.

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FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Dodgers have discussed a trade involving Alejandro De Aza with the Red Sox. (Source: Ken Rosenthal on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Since being picked up from Baltimore earlier in the season, Alejandro De Aza has hit well for Boston hitting .313 in 58 games with the Red Sox. But he is currently losing playing time and fantasy value as the Sox are going with younger players as they play out the season. A trade to the Dodgers may not help his value as the team is deep in outfielders and he would split time there also.

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On the one hand, the primary mission for the Red Sox over the final two months is to see as much as they can from players in the mix for significant roles in 2015 about whom they might still have questions. "We've got to gather information on players that are going to be here beyond 2015," Boston manager John Farrell said. On the other hand, for the second day in a row, free agent-to-be Alejandro De Aza was in the Red Sox lineup ahead of Rusney Castillo. Mike Napoli likewise was playing first base, with young corner infielder Travis Shaw watching from the bench. "It's a balance," Farrell acknowledged. (Source: Providence Journal)

Fantasy Impact: While it sounds like the Red Sox want to balance their roster, they may also be trying to showcase Alejandro De Aza for a waiver deal. While De Aza is playing, he is not playing enough to be fantasy relevant. If he was to end up in a starting job on a contending team, he would be someone to think about picking up.


Alejandro De Aza went 2-for-4 with a pair of RBI singles and a run scored Friday against the Rays.

Fantasy Impact: Alejandro De Aza has been a great pickup for the Red Sox who got him off of waivers earlier in the season. With Boston, De Aza is hitting .304 with three home runs, 21 runs batted in and three steals in 43 games.

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Alejandro De Aza hit a solo home run which was the Red Sox only run in Saturday's loss to the Rays. He finished 1-for-3.

Fantasy Impact: Alejandro De Aza is getting full playing time in the Red Sox outfield as the team deals with injuries and slumps. De Aza is a streaky hitter and could be heating up with a couple home runs the last few days. If this hot streak continues he could be a short term add in fantasy leagues.

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Alejandro De Aza lifted a three-run home run in a 2-for-4 effort Thursday afternoon as the Red Sox lost to the Orioles.

Fantasy Impact: Alejandro De Aza has been heating up and taking advantage of some playing time with the Red Sox outfield struggling. In the last week he is hitting close to .300 with four RBI and a steal and home run. He is not ownable in fantasy leagues but someone to keep an eye on.

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Red Sox acquire Alejandro De Aza

Wed, Jun 3rd 3:27pm EDT
By John Aubin

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Red Sox have acquired Alejandro De Aza from the Orioles. (Source: Ken Rosenthal on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: There is no word on who was acquired by the Orioles from the Red Sox. De Aza was designated for assignment by Baltimore last Friday after batting just .214/.277/.359 over 30 games. It will be tough for De Aza to see consistent playing time in Boston with the team's outfield depth. De Aza has no fantasy value at this time.


The Baltimore Orioles have decided to part ways with outfielder Alejandro De Aza. He was designated for assignment on Wednesday to make room on the roster for infielder Ryan Flaherty, who has been activated from the 15-day disabled list after recovering from a right groin strain. (Source: Baltimore Sun)

Fantasy Impact: Last season Alejandro De Aza had a batting average of .293 in 20 games with the Orioles. He went into a slump this year with .214 in 30 games. The Orioles should consider a trade since De Aza is still owed $3.55 million for the season.

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Baltimore Orioles left fielder Alejandro De Aza was on fire in the beginning of the season but now he has sizzled way down causing him to be out of the line-up for the third straight game. (Source: Camden Chat)

Fantasy Impact: De Aza has a batting average of .219/.265/.375. His strike out rate went up while his walk rate went down this season. His future with the Orioles seems bleak.

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De Aza is not in the starting lineup Thursday against the Blue Jays. He is replaced in the lineup by David Lough. De Aza currently has 1 hit in his last 15 plate appearances. He is hitting .240 on the year with 2 home runs and 4 RBIs.

Fantasy Impact: This looks like a much needed night off for De Aza as he is in a brutal slump the last few days. He has seen his average drop from .333 on April 13 to .240 in a matter of 10 days. Take this as a night off and monitor his playing status going into the weekend series to see if he breaks out of his slump before thinking of inserting him into a lineup.