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Cal Raleigh

Cal Raleigh

C,DH - Seattle Mariners

Age: 27College: Florida StateBats: BThrows: RCountry: USA

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Fri, 7/19 10:10pm
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Cal Raleigh powers up, Mariners fall short

Cal Raleigh went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBI in the Mariners' 6-5 loss to the Angels.

Fantasy Impact

Delivering his 20th homer of the season, Raleigh continues to be a power asset, albeit with a concerning .218 batting average. His consistent RBI production, now at 61, keeps him relevant in fantasy formats, particularly those that value power numbers from the catcher position. However, his high strikeout rate and low BABIP suggest potential volatility in his batting average, which could be a drag on his overall fantasy value. Owners should weigh his power contributions against his batting average risk.

Chris Schommer7 days ago
Cal Raleigh Powers Mariners to Dominant Victory

Cal Raleigh went 3-for-5 with two home runs and four RBI in the Mariners' 11-0 rout of the Angels.

Fantasy Impact

This performance marked a significant highlight in what has been a challenging season for Raleigh, boosting his home run tally to 19. Despite a low batting average of .215, his power numbers have been a saving grace for fantasy managers in need of home runs and RBI from the catcher position. Raleigh's high strikeout rate and low BABIP suggest continued batting average struggles, but his ability to drive in runs and score remains valuable. His dual-threat capability in power and run production should keep him relevant in fantasy lineups, particularly in formats that value power metrics.

Chase Davis1 week ago
Cal Raleigh powers Mariners past Padres

Cal Raleigh went 3-for-5 in the Mariners' 8-3 victory over the Padres with two home runs, a double, three runs scored, and four RBI.

Fantasy Impact

This standout performance could be a sign of Raleigh turning a corner after a sluggish start to the season, marked by a modest .210 batting average. His power display, increasing his home run tally to 17, offers some redemption for fantasy managers who have weathered his high strikeout rate (0.327). While consistency remains a concern, games like this highlight his potential value in power categories, particularly in leagues that value home runs and RBI from the catcher position.

Emily Maingi1 week ago
Cal Raleigh Homers in Mariners' Loss

Cal Raleigh went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in the Mariners' 4-1 defeat to the Orioles.

Fantasy Impact

This performance, while a bright spot, underscores a challenging season for Raleigh, who is batting just .201 through 82 games. His 15th homer of the season contributes to a somewhat respectable power output, but his high strikeout rate (.326) and low batting average on balls in play (.248) continue to limit his fantasy appeal. Owners should view Raleigh as a power-centric option, whose value is primarily in leagues that reward home runs and RBI, rather than batting average or on-base percentage.

Jesse Garcia2 weeks ago
Cal Raleigh Powers Mariners Past Rays, 5-2

Cal Raleigh went 1-for-2 with a home run and three RBI in the Mariners' 5-2 victory over the Rays.

Fantasy Impact

His offensive contribution was crucial, driving in over half of Seattle's runs with his blast. Despite a modest .204 batting average this season, Raleigh's power numbers remain a bright spot, with 14 homers and 49 RBI through 77 games. His ability to draw walks, as evidenced by his two in this game, helps offset a high strikeout rate and boosts his on-base percentage, making him a valuable asset in leagues that reward walks or on-base percentage. While his batting average and BABIP suggest some struggles with consistent contact, his power and RBI production keep him relevant in fantasy formats, especially those that are catcher-starved.

Jesse Garcia3 weeks ago