LF,RF - CHC - MiLB
Johnny Field was locked in on Wednesday, going 2-for-4 with two homers. Both of his homers came off of Matt Boyd. He could have had even a bigger day at the dish, given that he struck out in his other two at-bats and left five men on base. However, it didn't matter, given that the Twins won 11-4.
Field has been on a tear lately, hitting three homers and batting .533 over the past two weeks. However, he hits near the bottom of the order and likely won't play everyday in the last series, making him fantasy irrelevant in all but the deepest leagues.
Johnny Field went 2-for-4 with solo home run, RBI double, and a stolen base in Wednesday's 6-0 win over the A's. Field is now slashing .264/.295/.484 through 91 at-bats.
The home run was Field's fifth on the year, and he now has 10 RBI. Field had been quiet at the plate before Wednesday, picking up only one hit in his last 19 at-bats. Field has shown he can be a big league player but isn't consistent enough yet to be valuable in fantasy.
Johnny Field went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the A's. Field's average dropped to .253 on the year through 87 at-bats.
Field will be the biggest beneficiary of the Denard Span trade, as he'll see regular time until Kevin Kiermaier returns, at which point he should serve as the Rays' fourth outfielder. After being called up due to Kiermaier's injury, it seems that Field is here to stay.
Johnny Field went 1-for-3 with a single off Chris Sale in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Red Sox. Field bumped his average up to .309 through 68 at-bats so far this year.
Field has impressed in his short time recently, putting together a five-game hitting streak which has included two multi-hit games. Field has shown his power a bit more recently as well, hitting two home runs in his past five games. It remains to be seen how Field will be used when Carlos Gomez returns, but he's certainly making a case for more playing time right now.
Johnny Field went 3-for-4 with a two-run home run, two singles, two runs, and struck out once in Thursday's 7-1 win over the Angels. The home run was Field's third on the year, and he now has 11 runs scored and six RBI. Field bumped his average up to .302 through 53 at-bats.
Thursday was one of Field's best games so far as a pro. That being said, there's a bit of a small sample size warning in effect here as he does only have 53 at-bats so far this season. Additionally, Field will see less time once Carlos Gomez (groin) returns from the DL, and will likely return to the minor leagues once Kevin Kiermaier (hand) makes his comeback. Field is showing that he can be a regular starter for the Rays in the future, but it just isn't quite his time yet. Field could see regular time later in the year if the Rays are sellers at the trade deadline and decide to ship out veterans like Gomez or Denard Span.