2B,3B,LF,CF - TEX
Rangers second baseman Nick Solak built on his strong start to the season, going 2-for-3 in Friday's loss to the Orioles. His fifth-inning home run sparked a back-to-back effort with David Dahl.
Solak is now slashing .275/.351/.471, which surpasses his line from 2020. Relentless both in the field and at the plate, the 26-year-old ranks 116th among hitters in the latest rest-of-season expert consensus rankings, giving him legitimate fantasy relevance.
Rangers infielder Nick Solak contributed to the team's run production on Thursday, going 3-for-5 with a solo homer and two singles. He plated two runs in the effort and also scored twice.
Solak brought his batting average up to .250 in the win. He's 12-for-48 so far with seven RBI, one walk, and 18 strikeouts. He'll need to have better vision at the plate and drastically improve that K/BB ratio going forward. He has some low-end fantasy relevance as the 117th-ranked hitter.
The Rangers' bats were mainly shut down against the Rays on Monday. Among the victims was second baseman Nick Solak, who went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts.
This poor outing brought Solak's batting average down to the Mendoza line of .200 through 35 at-bats. It's a significant step back after he hit .268 over 209 at-bats in 2020. It remains to be seen which of these two stat lines is the normal that we can come to expect out of the infielder.
Nick Solak swung a solid bat for the second day in a row on Wednesday. He went 1-for-3 with a solo shot in the Rangers' win, giving him three hits and six total bases over the past two contests.
Solak ranks 57th among outfielders in the latest rest-of-season expert consensus rankings. He'll look to build on his success and extend his hitting streak to three games against Joe Musgrove and the Padres on Friday.
Rangers infielder Nick Solak had a big day offensively and contributed to the Rangers' victory over the Blue Jays. The 26-year-old went 2-for-4 and stole two bases while scoring once, giving fantasy owners plenty to be happy about.
It was a good day for Solak, who owns a career .271/.350/.386 slash line and has been solid over 96 games with the Rangers. He ranks 57th among outfielders in the latest rest-of-season expert consensus rankings.