LaMonte Wade Jr.
1B,CF,LF,RF - SF - MiLB
LaMonte Wade Jr. went 2-for-5 on Saturday, hitting a single in the first inning, and a two-RBI double in the second inning. He also managed to score twice, and struck out one time.
Wade continues to deliver from the leadoff spot, and at this point should start to get looks in fantasy. He is hitting well in valuable spot on a really good team so there's no reason he shouldn't be in lineups.
LaMonte Wade Jr. had himself quite the day on Friday, going 2-for-4 with an RBI double and an RBI triple.
Wade continues to be a pleasant surprise for the Giants, as he is now hitting .270 for the season and has been an essential part of this batting lineup. He should be looked at in some leagues if you're in need of an outfielder.
Outfielder LaMonte Wade Jr. went 2-for-6 with a solo home run, two runs scored, and a stolen base in the Giants' 13-7 win over the D-Backs on Wednesday.
Wade Jr. got the Giants going on Wednesday when he singled and swiped a bag to lead off the bottom of the first inning. He would come around to score off of a Buster Posey three-run home run in the same inning. He later added a solo homer of his own and was one of five Giants hitters to go deep. The 27-year-old has done a decent job for San Francisco since getting called up. He's batting .273 with a .830 OPS with four home runs, seven RBI, and two stolen bases (66 at-bats) while primarily hitting out of the leadoff spot.
First baseman LaMonte Wade Jr. went 1-for-3 with a solo home run, two walks, and two strikeouts as the Giants fell to the Cubs 4-3 on Sunday.
Wade Jr. put San Francisco on the board in the bottom of the first inning when he took Kyle Hendricks deep for his third home run of the season. He's hit all three of his homers in the last week while batting out of the leadoff spot. He also reached two more times with a pair of walks on the day. He's now batting .270/.386/.541 to go along with three home runs and five RBI over 37 at-bats. He's taking advantage of the playing time with Brandon Belt on the injured list.
First baseman LaMonte Wade Jr. went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and one strikeout as the Giants took down the Angels 6-1 on Monday.
Wade Jr. drew the start at first base and led off against Dylan Bundy. He took him in the bottom of the fifth inning for his first homer of the season. It was his only hit of the contest. The 27-year-old has been playing every day with Brandon Belt and Darin Ruf both on the injured list. He's done well for himself, slashing .350/.458/.550 over his first 20 at-bats.