1B,3B - CIN
Spencer Steer had only one hit in four at-bats Tuesday, but it won the game in the bottom of the ninth. Steer doubled after Stuart Fairchild walked to start the ninth to secure the victory.
It was an exciting finish to the game for Steer and the Reds, who have not had many bright moments this season. Steer debuted this year after the Reds acquired him from the Twins at the deadline and hit .207 with two HRs, 12 runs, and seven RBI in 104 plate appearances (through Tuesday). He will try to make the club out of spring training next year but will have to prove himself before becoming fantasy relevant.
Spencer Steer went two-for-four with his second career HR in the Reds' 2-1 victory over the Brewers Sunday.
The home run turned into the game-winner for the Reds, making it a big moment for the rookie and the team. Steer recently missed a few games with an eye infection but was in the lineup all weekend as the Reds are no doubt evaluating for next season. Steer has not done enough in his brief time in the majors to warrant fantasy consideration.
Spencer Steer (eye infection) remains out of the lineup on Thursday against the Brewers.
Steer was scratched on Wednesday with what turned out to be an eye infection. He will remain out on Thursday and is considered day-to-day.
Spencer Steer was scratched from the Reds' Wednesday lineup.
It is unknown why he was scratched today, but Steer is not longer in the lineup. Kyle Farmer will get the start at shortstop.
Spencer Steer went two-for-two with a double, home run, and two walks Friday in an awe-inspiring MLB debut.
Steer's debut was about as good as possible, and Reds fans have to be pleased with one of the players they received in the Tyler Mahle trade. Steer showed good patience and moderate power in the minors but probably won't hit consistently enough to help your fantasy team down the stretch.