1B,2B,SS - SD
Jake Cronenworth went 3-for-4 on the day, hitting two doubles and a triple while also walking once. He drove in two of the Padres three runs, and scored the third run.
Cronenworth was the only Padre that really showed up on Sunday, as the team has now been eliminated from playoff contention. He'll look to simply boost some stats and end the season on a high note when the team begins their series against the Dodgers on Tuesday.
Jake Cronenworth had just one hit in Tuesday's loss, hitting a single and striking out once.
Cronenworth has really cooled off in the month of September, and while he certainly was great for fantasy managers in the first half of the season it's hard to trust him right now in fantasy.
Padres INF Jake Cronenworth has been diagnosed with a small fracture on his left ring finger.
It's unclear how long Cronenworth will be sidelined for, but this is expected to be an IL situation. The Padres might move Fernando Tatis Jr. back to shortstop for the time being, but we should get an update on Cronenworth's status sometime on Saturday.
Jake Cronenworth went 2-for-4 on the day, hitting two singles while also drawing a walk and striking out twice. He scored once and tallied an RBI in the game as well.
Cronenworth has had a bit more swing and miss in his game then he would like, a big difference from how he was successful early in the season. Nonetheless, so long as he continues stringing together multi-hit games.
Jake Cronenworth went 2-for-3 on Sunday, drawing a walk and hitting a single before hitting a walk-off solo home run in the ninth inning.
Cronenworth is now hitting .267 on the year with home run and RBI totals of 20 and 62 respectively. He has certainly cooled down since earlier in the season, but he can still be started in fantasy as a capable bat.