CF,LF,RF - WSH
Andrew Stevenson hit a pinch-hit solo home run on Monday. Stevenson's home run off of Enyel De Los Santos came off the bat with a 108.1 mph exit velocity, the hardest-hit batted ball of the game.
Unfortunately, there isn't an opening for Stevenson in the Nationals outfield with Yadiel Hernandez taking up the third outfield spot. He is only an NL-only type player since he lacks the playing time.
Centerfielder Andrew Stevenson went 2-for-2 with two of only four Nationals' hits on Saturday. One of his singles had an exit velocity of 105.4 mph.
Unfortunately, Stevenson doesn't receive a ton of playing time though has sprinkled in centerfield with the injury to Victor Robles. Outside of NL-only leagues, he's not fantasy-relevant at this time.
Andrew Stevenson earned a bit of playing time over the past four games. On Sunday, Stevenson went 2-for-3 with one RBI, one walk, and one strikeout.
He's only relevant in NL-only leagues unless he receives more playing time. Both of his singles on Sunday ended as hard-hit batted balls with an exit velocity of 95+ mph.
Andrew Stevenson replaced Victor Robles and went 2-for-3 with three runs and three RBI. Stevenson hit his second home run of the season with a 102.6 mph exit velocity.
As a backup, Stevenson produced a .246 batting average, 13 runs, two home runs, and eight RBI in 63 plate appearances. Unfortunately, he's not fantasy relevant in 15-team leagues.
In Friday's 6-0 loss to the Mets, Andrew Stevenson batted leadoff once again. He went 1-for-4 with his second double of the season, the only extra-base hit for the Nationals.
On the season, Andrew Stevenson holds a .235 batting average with one home run, five runs, and four RBI. Stevenson hit two batted balls over 101 mph on Friday. Once Juan Soto returns, Stevenson likely loses playing time.