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With the Cardinals placing Tyler O'Neill (groin strain) on the injured list Sunday, Austin Dean drew the start in left field and went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI in a loss to the Brewers.
Dean also homered on Saturday as well. In 106 career games entering Sunday, Dean owns a lifetime .223 AVG and .668 OPS, so he's not a recommended add in standard leagues for the time being. In deeper 15+ team formats, however, he may be worth a look in the short-term if you need an outfielder while O'Neill is out.
Austin Dean came off the bench on Saturday, taking over for the injured Tyler O'Neill, and went 2-for-3 with a home run, two runs scored, and three RBI in a 9-5 loss to Milwaukee.
The Cardinals reserve outfielder recorded his first hits, home run, and RBI of the young season and could see an increase in playing time in the short-term depending on the severity of O'Neill's injury. The owner of a career .219 AVG and .652 OPS entering the day, Dean can be left on waiver wires for now.
The Cardinals placed OF Austin Dean on the 10-day injured list with a right elbow strain.
Dean exited Sunday's game with a elbow strain and was placed on the 10-day injured list Monday. He will most likely miss the rest of the season. Dean is slashing .250/.571/.500 with one extra base hit and three walks over seven plate appearances in 2020.
Austin Dean went 2-for-4 with one run, one RBI, and a walk in Friday's win over the Mets.
Dean has 16 runs and 14 RBI on the year in 33 games. He does not hit well for average and his run production suffers because of that.
Austin Dean went 2-for-3 with a two-run home run and a one-run single in Saturday's win over the Reds.
Dean had a nice night at the plate but is still batting just .219/.257/.385 in 28 games played. He has 15 runs, 13 RBI, and four home runs in that span. The run production is decent but the average hurts his value.