DH,LF,RF - TEX
Robbie Grossman had a strong performance at the plate Wednesday, going 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI.
This outing adds to his season totals of 10 home runs and 48 RBI. While his batting average sits at .241, Grossman's ability to drive in runs and contribute in the power categories makes him a valuable asset for fantasy managers. Keep an eye on his plate discipline, as his 50 walks and low strikeout rate of 0.233 indicate a patient approach that could lead to continued success down the stretch.
Grossman's season-long stats show a lackluster batting average of .237, but his two RBI in this game contribute to his 46 RBI on the season, indicating some potential for run production in fantasy leagues.
However, his high strikeout rate and lack of stolen bases limit his overall fantasy value.
Robbie Grossman hammered a three-run home run to help lead the Rangers to come from behind on Saturday against the Marlins.
Grossman cut the Rangers deficit to 5-3 with a three-run long ball. They quickly took the lead the next inning with two-run home runs hit by Corey Seager and Josh Jung before eventually winning 9-8.
Texas Rangers outfielder Robbie Grossman is in the starting lineup Wednesday versus the Astros.
Wednesday marks Grossman's first start since back on July 19 as he will hit eighth against Astros ace Framber Valdez. The veteran has had a tough season at the plate, hitting .222 with seven homers and a .288 wOBA across 273 trips to the plate.
Robbie Grossman is not in the starting lineup Monday versus the Angels.
Grossman launched his seventh homer of the season Sunday against the Rays but will take a seat Monday against Angels lefty Tyler Anderson. The veteran is having a solid yet unspectacular season as he's hitting .238 with seven homers and a .707 OPS across 216 trips to the plate.