RF - Philadelphia Phillies
Nick Castellanos is back in the lineup for the Philadelphia Phillies against the New York Mets Sunday.
Castellanos returns after sitting out for routine rest Saturday, patrolling right field and batting second against the Mets for manager Rob Thomson Sunday.
Nick Castellanos is missing from the lineup for the Philadelphia Phillies against the New York Mets in the first game of a doubleheader Saturday.
Castellanos will sit out for rest reasons, with Cristian Pache batting ninth and patrolling right field for the first game against the Mets Saturday.
Nick Castellanos had a strong game at the plate, driving in four runs on two hits, including a home run, and scoring a run himself.
This performance adds to his already impressive season totals of 103 RBI, 28 home runs, and a .274 batting average. Castellanos has been a consistent contributor for fantasy owners this season and should continue to be a valuable asset down the stretch.
Nick Castellanos had a big game on Wednesday, going 2-for-5 with two home runs and three RBI in the Phillies' 6-5 victory over the Braves.
The outfielder now has 27 home runs on the season to go along with 99 RBI. While his batting average sits at a respectable .272, Castellanos' power numbers have been the highlight of his fantasy season. With 36 doubles and 27 home runs, he has provided consistent production in the extra-base hit department. Additionally, his 10 stolen bases add a nice boost to his overall value. Castellanos should continue to be a reliable fantasy option down the stretch.
Nick Castellanos provided some power in Tuesday's game against the Braves, launching a home run and driving in a run.
Despite his efforts, the Phillies ultimately fell short, losing 7-6. Castellanos now has 23 home runs and 90 RBI on the season, solidifying his role as a key contributor in the Phillies' lineup. With a .270 batting average and 155 hits to his name, Castellanos has been a consistent presence at the plate. Fantasy managers can continue to rely on Castellanos for power and run production as the season progresses.