C - HOU
Astros catcher Jason Castro had a big day at the plate on Friday, going 3-for-5 in Houston's eventual loss to the Rangers. He finished the day with two singles, a double, a run, an RBI, a strikeout, and two runners stranded.
Castro has put together a solid line over 19 games this season, slashing .261/.393/.478 with eight RBI, nine walks, and 16 strikeouts. Still, he ranks 49th among catchers in the latest rest-of-season expert consensus rankings and isn't worth rostering due to a lack of playing time.
Astros catcher Jason Castro went 0-for-3 with a walk and strikeout in Monday's loss to the Angels. He also stranded a pair of runners in the effort.
Castro is slashing .216/.356/.459 with seven RBI, seven walks, and 13 strikeouts through 15 games. He ranks 48th among catchers in the latest rest-of-season expert consensus rankings and isn't worth rostering.
Astros catcher Jason Castro came off the bench on Friday, going 1-for-2 with a ground-rule double. He would later score. The backstop also struck out in Houston's eventual victory.
Castro is now slashing .174/.321/.478 with just four hits through 23 at-bats, though he has added four walks, too. The 33-year-old doesn't get enough playing time to represent an intriguing fantasy option. He ranks 47th among catchers in the latest rest-of-season expert consensus rankings.
Jason Castro notched his second hit of the season on Wednesday, knocking a two-run blast in the fifth inning. He's still hitting just .167 this year.
Both of his hits this year have been homers, so while his batting average is poor, his slugging percentage is an impressive 1.000. He's also drawn three walks and four strikeouts. The homer was nice, but there's no fantasy relevance here.
Astros catcher Jason Castro went 0-for-2 on Tuesday with one strikeout, but he did draw two walks in the loss. Still, his batting average fell to a measly .111.
He's just 1-for-9 this season with three strikeouts and two walks. The backstop has seen little playing time behind Martin Maldonado, who is clearly the preferred option as he was just signed to an extension that can run through 2023. The 33-year-old Castro has no fantasy relevance right now.