1B,3B - ATL
Austin Riley went 2-for-4 with a double on Monday against the Phillies.
Riley has been in a bad slump in May, but had a strong performance on Monday despite the Braves' loss. Riley should see his average trend upward and there is plenty of power in his profile. He will be fine for fantasy long term.
Austin Riley went 3-for-4 with an RBI in Saturday's win against San Diego.
Riley was slumping badly in May, so it was good to see him have a three-hit night. His batting average sits at .254 currently with seven home runs on the season.
Austin Riley went 1-for-3 with a double on Wednesday against the Red Sox, but is now slashing just .171/.310/.286 in the month of May.
RIley got off to a fantastic start, slashing .268/.355/.573 in April before hitting his mini-slump. He has just two hits in his last seven games and hasn't driven in a run over that span. Riley has proven himself enough for managers to accept that his recent production is just a part of the ebb and flow of a season, and they can trust that his numbers will be where they need to be by season's end.
Austin Riley went 2-for-4 with a home run in Monday's win against the Mets.
Riley mashed his seventh home run of 2022 on Monday and continues to build on his strong 2021. Even with many doubting his 2021 success could be continued, Riley has done exactly that. He has a .284 batting average with a .978 OPS.
Austin Riley went 2-for-5 with a double and a two-run home run in Friday's win against the Rangers.
Riley has silenced any critic that said he could not repeat his strong 2021 season. He is off to an excellent start to 2022 with six home runs, despite the 'dead' ball and has a .282 batting average and a .974 OPS in 78 at-bats.