C,DH - SEA
Despite his low batting average on the season, Raleigh's ability to drive in runs and provide extra-base hits makes him a valuable fantasy option in deeper leagues.
While his strikeout rate remains a concern, his consistent power production should keep him on fantasy radars moving forward.
Cal Raleigh had a solid performance in Friday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays, going 1-for-4 with a home run and an RBI.
Despite his efforts, the Seattle Mariners ultimately fell to the Rays with a final score of 7-4. This performance adds to Raleigh's season stats, which include 27 home runs and 66 RBI in 125 games played. While his batting average sits at .235, Raleigh has shown power at the plate and has the potential to contribute in the home run and RBI categories for fantasy baseball managers.
Cal Raleigh went 3-for-4 with a solo homer and two runs scored Wednesday.
Raleigh's season-long power surge continues, as he now has 26 home runs and 65 RBI in 123 games played. However, his batting average remains a concern at .235, and his strikeout rate of 0.280 is still high. Raleigh's fantasy value lies primarily in his power numbers, but his overall production could be limited by his struggles to make consistent contact.
Cal Raleigh is missing from the lineup for the Seattle Mariners against the Cincinnati Reds Monday.
Raleigh will sit out Monday’s series opener for routine rest, with Brian O’Keefe filling in behind the plate at catcher and batting ninth for manager Scott Servais against the Reds.
Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh slugged two homers and added a double while driving in six runs against the White Sox on Monday.
Raleigh's big game gives a boost to his fantasy value, as he continues to show power with 24 home runs on the season and now has 61 RBI. However, his low batting average of .225 and high strikeout rate of 31.8% remain are areas for improvement moving forward.