C - NYM
Tomas Nido went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in the Mets’ loss to the Braves Friday.
Nido drove in the Mets’ second run on a solo home run of A.J. Ninth Erin the eighth inning. The 28-year-old is slashing .243/.280/.330 with three home runs and 28 runs batted in this season. Fantasy managers can likely find a more reliable option for their lineup right now.
Tomas Nido went 4-for-4 with a run scored and three RBI on Wednesday against the Nationals.
Nido is the primary catcher for the Mets at the moment with James McCann on the IL, and he's been surprisingly effective in his limited action. He now has a .253 batting average with seven runs scored and nine RBI in 89 plate appearances. He doesn't have much power and may get exposed as he gets more playing time, but he's certainly playing well enough to be a second catcher in 12-team leagues or larger in the short-term.
Tomas Nido went 1-for-3 with a single and a stolen base.
Nido, the Mets backup catcher, is hitting .238 with a .636 OPS this season.
Tomas Nido went 1-4 with one run, two RBIs, and one strikeout.
Nido has been playing more recently since the Mets are playing James McCann at first base, and before that, McCann was slumping. Nido has a .835 OPS this season versus a career .602 mark. He's worth a flier in two-catcher leagues to see if he can keep it up.
Tomas Nido went 1-4 with one run, one RBI, and one strikeout.
Nido has a .872 OPS in 34 at-bats this season, way higher than his career .591 mark. James McCann isn't hitting, so it's possible that Nido can siphon away some playing time while he's hot. He's not a consideration in fantasy outside of deep two-catcher leagues.