1B,3B,DH - BAL
Renato Nunez went 2-for-4 on Sunday against the Rays, hitting a solo homer and a single. He finished the day with two runs scored and two RBI.
Nunez hit a homer for the second straight day, and he is now hitting .281 with a .955 OPS. The Austin Hays leadoff experiment may be over, so he could be batting third in the order consistently. He is worth a look in deep 12-team leagues.
Renato Nunez went 1-for-4 with a solo shot off of Tyler Glasnow and the Rays on Saturday. He also walked once and scored twice in the win.
Nunez is hitting .250 with an OPS of .823 so far this season. Locked into the middle-third of the order, he will provide solid power and counting stats in deeper leagues.
Renato Nunez went 2-for-4 with a single and a double Friday against the Rays. He also struck out twice in the 6-3 victory.
Nunez is hitting .250 with a .724 OPS through about a week into the regular season. He continues to hit third or fourth in the order, making him an underrated source of RBIs.
Renato Nunez went 1-for-4 on Saturday against the Red Sox, hitting a two-run double. The Orioles won 7-2.
Nunez is locked into the fifth spot in the order for the time being, and will provide plenty of power and RBIs at the expense of batting average. Nunez should be rostered in some 12-team leagues, and nearly all 15-teamers.
Renato Nunez was 0-for-4 with three strikeouts in Tuesday's exhibition against the Nationals.
Nunez has struggled in both Spring Training and Summer Camp, and he has just a .186 average and .496 OPS. Nonetheless, he appears to be slotted in as the Orioles' cleanup hitter.