LF,CF,RF - NYM
Mark Canha went 3-for-4 with two runs scored, three RBI, and a home run on Thursday against the Nationals.
Canha's homer traveled 411 feet and he now has two home runs and 12 RBI on the season. He's been solid and productive all year, though his .313 batting average is backed up by a modest .257 xBA. Canha doesn't have the power or speed to make much of a difference in most fantasy leagues, but he's a filler in a five-outfielder league and valuable in NL-only formats.
Mark Canha went 2-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI on Monday against the Braves.
Canha struck out with the bases loaded and two outs in the seventh inning with a chance to give the Mets the lead, but it was a productive night nonetheless. Canha is batting .356 on the season with a .433 OBP, and batted second on Monday for the first time all season. He has just one home run on the season and isn't hitting the ball hard, and he has a remarkable 0% barrel rate. But so long as he continues to get on base and hit consistently, he's worth starting in fantasy leagues despite his lack of power.
Mark Canha went 1-for-4 with an RBI on Wednesday against the Giants after being activated from from the COVID-19 injured list prior to the game.
Canha missed a little less than a week after being diagnosed with COVID-19, but was in the lineup immediately upon his activation from the injured list and wasted no time chipping in. The veteran is off to an excellent start, batting .360 with a .467 OBP and four RBI in seven games. He’s far from a superstar and doesn’t excel in any one area, but he’s a viable fifth outfielder in mixed leagues given his steady production in four categories.
Mark Canha went 3-4 with three singles on Sunday against the Nationals.
Canha has been hot all season. He now has seven hits in ten at-bats. The home runs will come and Canha can also swipe a few bags on the baseapth. He is a highly underrated fantasy asset.
Free agent outfielder Mark Canha agreed to a two-year deal with the New York Mets on Friday, according to multiple reports.
Canha batted just .231 in 2021 but boasted a .358 on-base percentage thanks to a 12.3% walk rate. He hit 17 home runs and stole a career-best 12 bases, but he only managed to slug just .387. He'll be 33 years old at the start of the 2022 season.