1B,3B - FA
Danny Valencia went 2-for-4 with two singles against the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday night.
Valencia now holds a .260 average on the season with nine home runs in 72 games. It's not a bad season for the 33-year-old journeyman, but his lack of regular playing time and being in a wasteland of a rebuilding team does not help his value.
Danny Valencia went 1-for-3 with an RBI on a sacrifice fly in the Orioles loss on Friday.
Valencia got the start on Friday and managed to knock in one run, but the Orioles still fell short of the victory. He has struggled at the plate, hitting only .080 in his last seven games. He does have the ability to go on a tear for a week or two, but until he does, he holds very little value.
Danny Valencia went 1-for-3 with a home run against the Yankees on Monday
Danny Valencia crushed a three-run home run to provide most of Baltimore's run support Monday. He has nine home runs and a .252 batting average on the season in limited playing time. He would be valuable and rosterable in deep leagues if he received a full time spot in the lineup.
Danny Valencia went 0-for-4 Thursday in a loss to the Orioles.
Valencia now is hitless in his last six games. He does have a couple home runs in his last 15 games, but his average has taken a hit. On a per at-bat basis, he is hitting pretty well still. However, he hasn't gotten full playing time at third this season, which limits her value.
Danny Valencia went 0-for-3 with a sac fly in the Orioles loss to the Angels.
Valencia continues to be one of the more consistent Orioles hitters in what has been an overall disappointing season. He is hitting .276 with eight home runs on the season and can be a valuable asset as long as he gets regular playing time. He can contribute a good average with decent power at the hot corner.