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Catcher Caleb Joseph has signed a split contract with the New York Mets.
This means Joseph would earn different salaries between the major leagues and minor leagues. This is likely more of a depth move in the end with Joseph hitting .222 in his career.
Caleb Joseph went 1-for-5 with a home run, two RBI and a run scored Sunday in the win against the Red Sox by a 10-8 score.
Joseph was called up from the alternate camp on Saturday and saw his first action on Sunday for the Blue Jays. The 34-year-old is backing up Danny Jansen at catcher and is not worth owning in fantasy.
Caleb Joseph went 3-for-3 with two singles, one double, and one RBI against the Rays.
This was a great game for Joseph but, he's still not a fantasy relevant player. He's now slashing .212/.252/.322 with three homers this season.
Caleb Joseph went 3-for-4 driving in three runs in the Orioles victory over the Rays Saturday.
Joseph had a great night at the plate on Saturday, with three singles and two RBI. He has not had a lot of offensive value this year, as he has been limited by injury and playing time. His fantasy value is also somewhat limited on the Orioles.
Caleb Joseph went 1-for-4 with a home run on Friday against the Blue Jays.
Joseph knocked his second home run of the season on Friday, driving in a run. He has been limited in his playing time and his offensive production this season. That combined with the lack of value in his lineup, makes him next to unplayable at the catcher position.