C - BAL
Pedro Severino went 0-for-5 on Tuesday against the Red Sox with two strikeouts. He stranded six men on base in the 8-3 loss.
Severino has steadily moved down the batting order lately, hitting sixth in Tuesday's game. He has really struggled for the past month, slashing just .232/.309/.313. He figures to be a backup next year once Adley Rutschman is ready for the big leagues.
Pedro Severino went hitless on Saturday against the Orioles, striking out twice and leaving six men on base. The Orioles lost, 3-1.
Severino has really come back down to earth after a hot first month, slashing .257/.324/.366 in the last month. He's no longer a top-five option at the position, but he is still a solid second catcher in deeper leagues.
Pedro Severino went 1-for-4 on Wednesday against the Braves, hitting a single and scoring a run. The Orioles won, 5-1.
Severino has struggled over the last two weeks, slashing just .255/.327/.319. He's been one of the top catchers overall this season, so it's hard to bench him now with lackluster options on the waiver wire.
Pedro Severino started at catcher and hit fifth in the first game of Friday's doubleheader against the Yankees, going 0-for-3 and striking out twice. The Orioles lost, 6-0. He did not play in the nightcap.
Severino has exceeded all expectations this season, slashing .314/.391/.500 in 118 at-bats. He will likely bat fifth in the order for the remainder of the season, so he is also in a great spot to get RBI opportunities. He should be rostered in most leagues.
Pedro Severino hit third DH'ed in Sunday's game against the Yankees. He went 2-for-4 with two singles and a run scored in the 5-1 victory.
Severino continues to hit for average and power, sporting a .315 average to go with five homers and an .897 OPS. He's been a top-12 catcher this year, and he's worth rostering in most formats.