C - TEX
Rangers catcher Jose Trevino had a big day at the plate on Monday, going 2-for-4 with a single and three-run home run. He was one of two Texas players to hit a three-run homer, joining second baseman Andy Ibanez.
Trevino is now slashing .230/.245/.309 with three homers, 15 RBI, just four walks, and 34 strikeouts. He’s struggled in June, posting just four hits (although two were homers) through 32 at-bats.
Rangers catcher Jose Trevino went 0-for-3 with a pair of strikeouts on Sunday. He also stranded one runner on the basepaths in the effort. Texas ultimately lost to the Twins by a score of 4-2.
Trevino has just one hit over his last 22 at-bats, so he desperately needs to get out of this slump. The backstop hit .265 in April and .250 in May before falling to a horrendous .071 in June. His spot in the starting lineup is definitely in jeopardy.
Rangers catcher Jose Trevino went 1-for-4 with a single in Friday’s loss to the Dodgers. He also struck out once and stranded one Texas runner on the basepaths.
Trevino has struggled on the road, hitting .216 with 16 hits, one homer, one walk, and 17 strikeouts. In total, he’s slashing just .237/.255/.302 through 46 games this season. You can comfortably leave the backstop on waivers.
The Rangers may have lost on Thursday, but they put together a four-run ninth inning. Catcher Jose Trevino contributed to the effort with a two-run home run in the frame. All in all, he finished the day 1-for-4 with the homer and a strikeout.
Trevino continues to hover around .250 this year. He now sports a .254/.273/.325 slash line with two homers, 11 RBI, four walks, and 29 strikeouts. He's put the bat to the ball well this season, but his low home run, walk, and stolen base (zero) rates deplete him of fantasy relevance. He's best left on waivers.
Rangers catcher Jose Trevino went 0-for-2 while stranding one baserunner in Sunday's loss to the Mariners. He was replaced by pinch-hitter Jason Martin in the eighth inning.
Over the course of 39 games this year, Trevino is slashing .258/.278/.308 with nine RBI, four walks, and 28 strikeouts. Despite the solid line, the backstop has one home run and zero stolen bases, so he lacks true fantasy relevance. The 28-year-old currently ranks 48th among catchers in the latest rest-of-season expert consensus rankings.