1B,2B,3B - COL
Rockies second baseman Rio Ruiz went 0-for-4 with an RBI sac fly against the Dodgers on Sunday. Colorado ultimately defeated Los Angeles by a score of 5-0.
Ruiz is 3-for-15 with two RBI, two walks, and four strikeouts at the MLB level since joining the Rockies' organization. The 27-year-old was cut loose by the Orioles earlier this season.
Infielder Rio Ruiz, who made his Rockies debut on Tuesday, started at first base against the Padres on Thursday. It was his first start at first base since 2019. In the end, he finished 0-for-2 with a walk and strikeout. Colorado ultimately fell to San Diego by a score of 3-0.
Ruiz is now slashing .170/.257/.298 with six RBI, 10 walks, and 30 strikeouts over the course of 34 games with the Orioles and Rockies this season. He was hitting an impressive 54-for-172 in Triple-A prior to his call to the majors on Tuesday.
Rio Ruiz went 0-3 with one strikeout on Tuesday.
Ruiz's OPS is down to .534, which is lower than some players' slugging percentage. The Orioles should see if anybody in their minor league system can do better.
Rio Ruiz went 1-3 with one home run, two runs scored, one RBI, one walk, and one strikeout.
Ruiz has a .576 OPS in 73 at-bats this season.
Rio Ruiz went 2-4 with two doubles, two RBIs, one run scored, and one strikeout.
Ruiz is now one for two in stolen base attempts this season. He's not much of a base stealer, so it's surprising to see him attempt two stolen bases this early in the season. With a .163 batting average and 33.3% strikeout rate, even if he does start running, he's not rosterable in fantasy.