LF - ARI
Outfielder David Peralta went 2-for-4 with a double, a triple, an RBI, and a run scored in the D-Backs' 5-2 win over the Marlins on Monday.
Peralta picked up his fifth double and fifth triple on Monday. He chipped in an RBI with a fielder's choice in the first inning as well. He's gotten off to a slower start since the calendar flipped to May but perhaps Monday's performance will get him going.
Outfielder David Peralta went 0-for-3 with a walk as the D-Backs lost 3-1 to the Miami Marlins on Thursday.
Peralta recently had a seven-game hitting streak come to an end and has now gone hitless in 2-of-3 contests. The entire Arizona offense has struggled against the stellar Miami pitching staff, though, so there’s no concern here. The 33-year-old has put together a solid year thus far with a .282 batting average, .820 OPS, three home runs, and 22 RBI across 110 at-bats. Those rate stats are right around his career averages so there’s no reason to think he can’t keep this up.
Outfielder David Peralta went 3-for-5 on Thursday with a triple and two RBI as the D-Backs defeated the Rockies 5-3.
Peralta picked up his first RBI in the bottom of the third inning when he swatted a triple off of starter Antonio Senzatela. He added tacked on an insurance run with an RBI single in the bottom of the seventh to put the D-backs up 5-3. The 33-year-old is slashing an absurd .433/.452/.800 with two home runs and 12 RBI over his last seven games (30 at-bats). He also has four triples on the year.
In Sunday's 7-0 win against the Braves, David Peralta crushed his 3rd home run of the season. Peralta went 1-for-4 with one run and two RBI.
David Peralta crushed a 445-foot home run with an exit velocity of 106.9 mph off of Drew Smyly. Peralta has three home runs, 12 runs, and 18 RBI with a .253 batting average in 87 plate appearances.
Outfielder David Peralta went 5-for-6 with a home run, a triple, seven RBI, and two runs scored as the D-Backs took down the Reds 14-11 in extra-innings on Thursday.
Peralta had gotten off to a slower start this season, as of Wednesday he was slashing just .213/.304/.361. He certainly made up for lost time on Thursday when he exploded for five hits and seven RBI. He fell just a double shy of the cycle as he smacked a two-run dinger, his second of the year, in the top of the sixth and then a bases-clearing triple in extra-innings. The 33-year-old is now rocking a healthy .269/.347/.478 batting line over 67 at-bats this season. His roster shares are about to spike across fantasy leagues.