LF - FA
Curtis Granderson announced his retirement Friday.
Granderson played for the Tigers, Yankees, Mets, Dodgers, Blue Jays, Brewers and Marlins over a 16-year career. The 39-years old made the All-Star team three times and finished top-10 in MVP voting twice. Granderson will finish with a .249/.337/.465 slash line, 344 home runs, 937 RBI, 1,215 runs and 153 stolen bases across 2,048 games in his MLB career.
Curtis Granderson went 1-for-2 with a 3 RBI triple in Wednesday's loss to the Nationals.
Granderson and the Marlins put the pressure on the Nationals bullpen to close the door in the ninth inning, which they ultimately did after the Marlins tallied four runs. Granderson didn't start this game, and as someone who only gets semi-regular playing time for the Marlins, he doesn't hold much fantasy relevance.
Curtis Granderson went 1-for-3 with an RBI single in Tuesday's 6-1 loss to the Nationals.
Granderson contributed the only Marlins run on Tuesday night, and it was nowhere near enough to beat Scherzer and the Nationals. The 38-year-old is having a disappointing season, slashing .185/.267/.354 with seven home runs through 195 at-bats.
Marlins outfielder Curtis Granderson went 1-for-4 with a home run in Sunday's win over the New York Mets. The homer was his fifth of the season.
Granderson still has some occasional pop but is a role player in Miami whose value is limited to deeper NL-only leagues and DFS contests right now.
Curtis Granderson went 1-for-4 with a solo homer in the Marlins' 7-4 loss to the Indians on Tuesday.
Granderson also drew a walk in the contest. The 38-year-old now has four homers on the year but is hitting below .200, which means he isn't fantasy relevant at the moment.