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Bryan De La Cruz

Bryan De La Cruz

LF,RF,DH - Miami Marlins

Age: 27Bats: RThrows: RCountry: DOM

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NYM @ MIA
S. Manaea #72
Fri, 7/19 7:10pm
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Rank H #166
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Yahoo
50%
 
ESPN
20%

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Yahoo LF,RF
ESPN LF,DH
CBS LF,RF,DH
Bryan De La Cruz Swats Homer in Marlins' Loss

Bryan De La Cruz went 3-for-4 with a home run and an RBI in the Marlins' 6-3 defeat to the Astros.

Fantasy Impact

His performance today, highlighted by his 16th homer of the season, provided a bright spot in an otherwise disappointing game for Miami. De La Cruz's batting average nudged up to .247, and while his power numbers are respectable, his high strikeout rate and low walk rate continue to cap his fantasy upside. Owners should view De La Cruz as a potential depth piece in fantasy lineups, particularly in formats that reward power, but his lack of consistent on-base skills makes him a risky play in points leagues.

Chase Davis6 days ago
Bryan De La Cruz returns to the lineup Tuesday

Bryan De La Cruz is in the starting lineup for the Marlins Tuesday.

Fantasy Impact

De La Cruz will serve as the DH and bat second against the Astros. He is hitting .237, with 15 home runs, and 42 RBI this season.

Jesse Garcia1 week ago
Bryan De La Cruz out of lineup Sunday

Bryan De La Cruz is not in the Marlins lineup on Sunday against the White Sox.

Fantasy Impact

De La Cruz gets the day off for Miami. Nick Gordon draws the start in left field in his place.

Ari Koslow2 weeks ago
Bryan De La Cruz struggles in Marlins' narrow loss

Bryan De La Cruz went 1-for-5 with an RBI in the Marlins' 3-2 defeat to the White Sox.

Fantasy Impact

This performance encapsulates De La Cruz's season struggles, with a batting average lingering around the .241 mark. His power numbers are decent, with 15 homers, but his high strikeout rate (.261) and low walk rate (.059) continue to limit his on-base potential. Given these metrics, fantasy managers should view De La Cruz as a risky play, primarily useful in deeper leagues for his occasional power contributions rather than a reliable everyday starter. His wOBA at .302 confirms his struggles in creating runs, which doesn't bode well for a turnaround without significant adjustments at the plate.

Chris Schommer2 weeks ago
Bryan De La Cruz hits home run Sunday

Bryan De La Cruz went 2-for-5 with two runs scored on Sunday against the Phillies.

Fantasy Impact

De La Cruz hit his 15th home run of the season. He'll be a trade candidate ahead of the trade deadline in July.

Ari Koslow2 weeks ago