LF,CF,RF - SD
Trent Grisham was 2-for-4 in Friday's loss, hitting his 26th double of the season while also singling.
Grisham did his job in the leadoff spot, getting on base for the heart of the lineup, but unfortunately he was never able to come around and score. He's now hitting .241 on the year and remains a risky DFS play.
Trent Grisham went 1-for-3 on the day, hitting a solo home run in the sixth. He also drove in a run with a sacrifice fly, walked once, and struck out once.
Grisham did a little bit of everything in Thursday night's win over the Giants. It was an encouraging sight for Grisham who has had a bit of a lost second half of the season but will look to ride some momentum into a potential playoff appearance for the Padres.
Trent Grisham went 1-for-3 with a single and a walk on Tuesday, scoring one run in the ball game.
Grisham is now hitting .236 on the year, and while he has continued to flash potential at times during the season he is simply too inconsistent to be a lock in fantasy lineups.
Trent Grisham went 3-for-4 on the day, hitting two singles along with his 14th home run of the season.
Grisham was hitting lead off in this one as the Padres continue to tinker with their lineup to see what will work. With just a month left in the season, Grisham will look to improve on his current slashline of .255/.346/.439 which is accompanied by 14 homers and 53 RBIs.
Trent Grisham was just 1-for-4 on the day, but that lone hit was a three-run home run that tied the game at five in the ninth inning. He also struck out once.
Grisham is now hitting .258 on the year with home run and RBI totals of 13 and 50 respectively. Hopefully this game sparks a run for Grisham, who has been on a cold stretch as of late.