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Renato Nunez went 2-for-4 on Sunday against the Blue Jays, taking a walk and hitting a single and a double. He scored a run and drove one in himself in the 8-5 victory.
Nunez finishes 2020 with a .256 average, 12 homers, 29 runs, and 31 RBI. In other words, the exact season that Nunez was expected to have. Expect him to be drafted as a corner infielder in deeper leagues next year.
Renato Nunez is dealing with knee soreness that is keeping him out of Thursday's lineup against the Red Sox.
Nunez has been dealing with a sore knee and was given the day off Thursday. It is unclear if the injury will affect his status for the final series of the regular season. Nunez is currently day-to-day.
Renato Nunez went 1-for-4 with a walk and solo homer on Tuesday against the Red Sox. He also struck out twice and left four men on base in the 8-3 defeat.
Nunez continues to hit for a low average while hitting homers. While he's probably hit more homers than most expected, his pace would probably even out over the course of a full season. He won't see much movement in 2021 drafts as a result.
Renato Nunez went 2-for-4 on Sunday with two singles and two RBIs. The Orioles won, 2-1.
Nunez only has two homers in the past two weeks, and is slashing just .180/.241/.320 in that timeframe. He will face poor starting rotations this week, so he could be a sneaky lineup piece for power in this final week of the season.
Renato Nunez went 1-for-4 on Wednesday against the Braves with a two-run double. The Orioles won, 5-1.
Nunez continues to do his thing, hitting .250 with eleven homers and 27 RBI. He will likely be drafted in the exact same range for 2021 as he was in 2020.