2B,3B - CIN
Max Schrock went 5-for-5 with a solo home run, two RBI, and three runs scored Sunday against the Mets.
Schrock got the start at first base with Joey Votto resting, and he made the most of the opportunity. He homered off Marcus Stroman in the fourth and delivered an RBI single in the ninth. Schrock sees intermittent playing time in the infield, but is definitely more of a bench bat for Cincinnati.
Max Schrock went 3-for-4 with a triple, a home run, three RBI, and two runs scored in Monday's win over the Phillies.
Schrock blasted his first homer of the year in the second inning off Vince Velazquez. He later added an RBI triple to his ledger. Schrock has been filling in for the injured Nick Senzel (knee); in 30 at-bats, Schrock is batting .267 with a .824 OPS.
Max Schrock went 1-for-2 with a solo home run in Game 2 of Monday's doubleheader.
Schrock went deep off Kyle Ryan in fourth inning to record his first major league home run of his MLB career. He was called up to the main roster on August 5th, and should carve out a role as the team's backup second baseman. Schrock is 3-for-5 with a home run across three games this season.
Max Schrock went 2-for-3 against the White Sox in his MLB debut on Saturday. Both hits were singles and he struck out in his third at-bat.
The 25-year-old has a long way to go to become fantasy relevant, but if he can replicate his career .300 batting average in the minors, he will be someone to keep an eye on.
Max Schrock has been battling an oblique injury but was expected to go through a full workout Thursday and could debut in games as early as next week.
This full workout will be his first since he strained his oblique on the first day of camp. Schrock projects as a utility infielder who can hit for a high average and get on base at a high clip and play second and third base. Schrock lacks the power or speed to be much of an fantasy asset even though his hit tool and approach are impressive. Look for him to start the year at Triple-A.