LF,RF - HOU
Kyle Tucker went 1-for-3 with a solo home run, one walk and two RBI during Friday's 7-4 win over the Rays in Game 6 of the ALCS.
Tucker took Shane McClanahan deep in the sixth inning for his first career post season home run. He continues to produce in the playoffs, hitting .311 (14-for-45) with one homer, five RBI and a stolen base over 12 games.
Kyle Tucker stole his eighth base of the year in the Astros' loss to the Rangers on Saturday.
Tucker finished the game 2-for-4 with two singles. He got off to a slow start and has been hot-and-cold throughout the year, but overall Tucker has been a nice fantasy asset during this abbreviated 2020 campaign. He's batting .271 with an .844 OPS, nine homers, 42 RBI, and eight steals with just one game to go.
Kyle Tucker went 4-for-5 with a double, an RBI, a run scored, and a stolen base in the Astros' win over the Mariners on Tuesday.
It's the third multi-hit performance in Tucker's last five games. Perhaps he is about to finish the regular season with one final hot streak. Tucker has been streaky this year but he has ultimately exceeded his preseason average draft position, hitting nine homers and stealing seven bases to go along with an .869 OPS.
Kyle Tucker went 1-for-3 with a two-run homer in the Astros' 2-1 win over the Rangers on Thursday evening.
Hopefully this homer, which was Tucker's ninth of the year, helps snap him out of a recent funk. The 23-year-old caught fire in August before cooling down considerably. For the season he's batting .253 with nine homers, 39 RBI, five steals and an .832 OPS in 48 games.
Kyle Tucker went 1-for-4 and was caught stealing in the Astros' 1-0 loss to the Rangers on Wednesday.
Tucker is just 3-for-30 in his last eight games. He got really hot in the middle of the summer but has since cooled dramatically. Fantasy managers should monitor how he does this weekend before deciding whether or not to start him in the final week of the season coming up.