Curtis Granderson

Curtis Granderson

Height: 6' 1"Weight: 195 lbsAge: 37College: Illinois-ChicagoCountry: USA

2018 Outlook

Strength of Schedule:
Draft Rank (ECR) H #271
Best / Worst #180 / #298
ADP #352




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Curtis Granderson signs with the Blue Jays

The Blue Jays have signed Curtis Granderson to a one-year, $5 million deal, according to Ken Rosenthal. The deal also includes incentives.

Fantasy Impact

Granderson slumped as a part-time player with the Dodgers, but did manage an .815 OPS with the Mets in 111 games last year. His exact role is unclear, but he'll likely platoon with Steve Pearce. That should make him a fine option in DFS or AL-only leagues, especially those with daily lineup changes.

Dan Harris9 weeks ago
New York Mets trade Curtis Granderson to the Los Angeles Dodgers

The Dodgers added to their already potent lineup by acquiring the veteran outfielder from the Mets for cash considerations and a player to be named later.

Fantasy Impact

It remains to be seen how he will fit an already crowded clubhouse in Los Angeles. For the Mets, this ensures more playing time for Juan Lagares and Brandon Nimmo, as they continue to evaluate young talent for next season.

Curtis Granderson hits grand slam

Granderson made it interesting in the 9th inning by hitting a grand slam. He finished 1-for-3 and also had two walks.

Fantasy Impact

It was Granderson's 19th home run for the year. He's hitting a paltry .228 for the year but his slugging is still at a healthy .481. There's still a chance someone trades for him by August 31.

Curtis Granderson scores three runs

Granderson got the start for the New York Mets, as their lead off hitter. He did not disappoint, finishing 3-for-5. He scored three runs and drove in three RBIs.

Fantasy Impact

This game should help Granderson's stock. There's still a chance he could be traded before the August 31 deadline. For now, it seems he's stuck in a time share with fellow outfielder Brandon Nimmo. Despite the big game, Granderson is best left on the waiver wire.

Curtis Granderson ineffective as the lead off hitter

The New York Mets slotted Granderson at the top of their lineup, and moved Michael Conforto in the cleanup spot. Granderson went hitless in five at-bats with one strikeout.

Fantasy Impact

With Jay Bruce in Cleveland, it seems the Mets are intent in developing Conforto as their clean up hitter, behind Yoenis Cespedes. Granderson could be the regular lead off hitter for the Mets going forward, unless he gets traded by the the August 31 deadline.