RF - FA
Gorkys Hernandez went 1-for-4 with a solo home-run and a strikeout against the Rockies.
That's two games in a row with a homer, he's now slashing .246/.296/.417 with 15 homers in 121 games. He can be left on the waiver wire.
Gorkys Hernandez was removed from Sunday's game against the Cardinals with a tight left calf.
Hernandez slowed down running to first base on what should have been a double and was removed from the game shortly thereafter. The veteran outfielder is having a surprisingly productive season, batting .279 with 11 home runs. The Giants should provide further word on the injury soon.
Gorkys Hernandez went 1-for-3 with a single, a run scored, and two strikeouts in Thursday's 11-2 loss to the Cardinals. Hernandez is now hitting .276 through 228 at-bats.
Hernandez's single in the sixth broke up the perfect game Luke Weaver had been spinning up to that point. Hernandez has been one of the more consistent Giant's as of late, picking up at least one hit in seven of his last 10 games. However, Hernandez still isn't providing enough value in the outfield to crack a starting role in your lineup.
Gorkys Hernandez went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in the Giants' loss to the Rockies on Monday.
Hernandez now has 11 home runs, an impressive total considering he had five home runs in more than 500 at-bats prior to the season. Hernandez still doesn't offer all that much elsewhere, so he's not really mixed-league viable. But in NL-only or daily lineup leagues, he can be valuable.
Gorkys Hernandez went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and an RBI walk in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Rockies. The home run was Hernandez's 10th on the year to go along with 23 RBI and a batting average of .284.
Hernandez has been getting steady playing time in the leadoff spot for the Giants, and in turn, has compiled a four-game hitting streak in which he's hit two home runs and three doubles, driven in four runs, and scored three. Hernandez is punching above his weight right now, as his slugging percentage is more than 100 points higher than his career average. While he likely won't be able to sustain this pace throughout the second half of the season, he makes for a good rental right now if you can make some space on your roster.