C - FA - RET
Kurt Suzuki will retire from MLB at the end of 2022.
Suzuki will turn 39 a day before the season ends and will ride out into the sunset as a professional baseball player. Suzuki won a World Serie and made an all-star game. Max Stassi should get the bulk of playing time behind the plate in 2023 unless the Angels make a move for a catcher.
Kurt Suzuki went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Sunday's 8-3 win over the Blue Jays.
Suzuki got in on the fun on Sunday as one of four Angels to find the outfield seats in the series finale in Toronto. The catcher has really struggled in August, hitting .156 in 32 at-bats this month. He is a more defensive-minded player, so he can be left on fantasy waivers for the remainder of the season.
Kurt Suzuki went 1-for-4 with a two-RBI double in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Mariners.
Suzuki was behind the dish for the second game of Saturday's doubleheader and contributed half of the offense with his run-scoring knock in the fourth. The catcher is now hitting .200 with an OPS of .599 this season as he shares the role with Max Stassi. He should not be considered for fantasy purposes.
Kurt Suzuki went 2-for-2 with two singles, two walks and an RBI in Sunday's 9-7 loss to the Phillies.
Suzuki put together a phenomenal day at the plate, reaching base all four times he stepped into the batter's box. The veteran has been solid in his role as a backup catcher, but he is not a fantasy option due to his lack of opportunities.
Kurt Suzuki left Saturday's game against the Blue Jays early with an injury.
It isn't exactly known what the injury is, but Angels beat reporter Rhett Bollinger said Suzuki appeared to be hit by a warmup pitch under the mask or on the neck. He was replaced by Max Stassi. There should be more updates on Suzuki following the game.