1B,3B,LF,RF,SS - TEX
Batting eighth and playing third base, Charlie Culberson went 1-for-4 with an RBI single. He also added a strikeout and stranded three runners in the loss.
Culberson has seen the ball well this season, slashing .314/.340/.529 with two walks, eight RBI, and 15 strikeouts. Still, the 32-year-old doesn't crack the top-500 hitters in the latest expert consensus rankings.
Rangers third baseman Charlie Culberson went 1-for-3 with a single as Texas edged out the Red Sox on Thursday, 4-1. He did, however, strike out twice before all was said and done.
So far, Culberson is slashing a career-best .295/.311/.523 through 16 games. He has added 13 hits, a walk, and a strikeout. The 32-year-old is growing into a larger role with the team but still isn't fantasy relevant.
Batting seventh and patrolling the hot corner, Charlie Culberson went 1-for-4 on Thursday with a two-run homer. He also struck out once and stranded two runners in the win.
Culberson's homer gave Texas the lead at the time, though the Rays would eventually tie it up to force extra innings. He's off to a hot start (.348/.375/.696) over 23 at-bats but isn't reliable enough to be fantasy relevant right now.
Rangers infielder Charlie Culberson went 3-for-4 with a run and three RBI on Tuesday. He laced a single, one-run double, and two-run home run in the effort.
This was the second game in which Culberson reached base this season, and he did it thrice, recording seven total bases when all was said and done. Still, he is an infrequent contributor and cannot be trusted from a fantasy perspective.
The Braves sent Charlie Culberson outright to the team's alternate training site.
Culberson was DFA'd earlier this week and went through waivers unclaimed. He could be back if the Braves need infield depth.