3B - FA
Ryan Flaherty made a rare start in the outfield on Thursday for the Orioles. He went 0-for-2 with a walk, a strikeout, and a run scored.
Flaherty has been manning third base since J.J. Hardy was injured, but he shifted to the outfield with Pedro Alvarez making the start at the hot corner. Flaherty is not productive enough to be a fantasy option.
Ryan Flaherty went 0-for-3 with a walk in the Orioles 9-2 over the Twins.
Flaherty has no fantasy relevance. He is in the majors because of his ability to play multiple positions and that he is a great clubhouse presence. Please make sure that he isn't on your fantasy team.
Ryan Flaherty, who was recalled from Triple-A to take J.J. Hardy's spot on the roster, is in the Orioles' lineup on Tuesday. He will bat ninth and play third base.
Flaherty was originally in the lineup at shortstop, but the Orioles subsequently switched his position with Manny Machado's. The biggest news here is that Machado is playing shortstop and could continue to do so with Hardy being out for an extended period of time. Machado's value, which is already sky high, could increase further if he gains SS eligibility.
Ryan Flaherty was optioned to Triple-A to make room for Kevin Gausman.
Not much fantasy relevance here unless you are in a tremendously deep league. Only issue is- who backs up at 2B for the real life Orioles if Flaherty is not there.
On a day where the Orioles struggled mightily in a 5-3 loss to the Royals, Ryan Flaherty stood out. Flaherty hit his sixth homer of the year and second in as many days. It was his only hit of the game but he put the Orioles on the board in the seventh inning. He is hitting .218 on the year with six home runs and 24 RBIs.
Flahety has minimal DFS and fantasy value at this point but has had back to back games with a home run. If anything he is worth keeping an eye on as the Orioles' struggles may lead to a shakeup in the roster.