Michael Harris II
CF - ATL
Michael Harris II returns to the lineup for the Atlanta Braves against the Washington Nationals Saturday.
Harris II is back after receiving Friday night off for rest reasons, patrolling center field and batting sixth for manager Brian Snitker against the Nationals Saturday.
Michael Harris II had a strong performance in Friday's game against the Marlins, going 2-for-4 with a home run and an RBI.
While the Braves ultimately fell short, Harris' power display is a positive sign for his fantasy owners. With 17 home runs on the season, Harris has shown the ability to contribute in the power department. Additionally, his .293 batting average and 20 stolen bases provide a well-rounded fantasy profile. Despite the loss, Harris' performance should give fantasy managers confidence in his ability to continue producing down the stretch.
Michael Harris II had a strong performance in Monday's games against the Phillies, hitting a pair of homers and driving in three in the doubleheader.
Although the Braves ultimately split the twin bill, Harris II's power display is a positive sign for his fantasy baseball outlook going forward. With a season batting average of .295 and 16 home runs, Harris II has shown consistent production throughout the year. Additionally, his 20 stolen bases provide an added boost to his fantasy value. His overall performance suggests that Harris II can be a valuable asset for fantasy managers in the remaining games of the season.
With 14 home runs and 47 RBI on the season, Harris continues to provide solid power numbers for fantasy owners.
Although his batting average sits at a respectable .294, his strikeout rate of 0.183 is a slight concern. However, with 20 stolen bases and a .347 wOBA, Harris remains a valuable contributor in multiple fantasy categories.
Michael Harris II had a strong performance in Thursday's game, going 2-for-5 with 2 RBI and a home run.
With this impressive outing, Harris II continues to contribute to the Braves' offense and solidify his fantasy value. He now has 13 home runs on the season to go along with a .291 batting average and 20 stolen bases, making him a valuable asset in fantasy leagues.