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Tyler O'Neill stole his third base of the season on Sunday. He went 0-2 with one walk and one run scored. The Cardinals beat the Brewers 5-2 and clinched a post season birth with the win.
O'Neill finishes the season worth 0.5 WAR while batting .173 with seven home runs, three stolen bases, 20 runs and 19 RBI. O'Neill was given a shot to hit clean-up for the Cardinals when they restarted their season after their COVID-19 outbreak but slumped and ultimately ended up in the bottom third of the line-up. He has enormous power potential but hasn't been able to break through at the major league level. O'Neill's 2020 does have some encouraging signs - he was able to reduce his strikeout rate by almost 25% from 2019 and increase his walk rate by almost 50% from 2019 and his .189 BABIP is more than .100 points lower than his .305 career average meaning his poor batting average could be the result of bad luck. He can be considered a sleeper for the 2021 season.
Tyler O'Neill went 1-2 with a two run home run, one run scored, two RBI, and one walk as the Cardinals topped the Pirates 6-5 in Game One Friday. O'Neill hit eighth between Yadier Molina and Harrison Bader, which does not bode well for his run or RBI chances over the final week of the season. The Cardinals moved to 23-24 with the victory.
O'Neill is slashing .185/.266/.387 in 124 at-bats for the Cardinals this season. He has two home runs in three days but the Cardinals played doubleheaders on two of those days. Still, it appears as if O'Neill is heating up a bit and owners in standard 12-team redraft leagues can add him to their watch lists to see if the trend continues.
Tyler O'Neill went 1-2 with a sacrifice fly, two RBI and one run scored as the Cardinals beat the Brewers 4-2 on Wednesday afternoon. The outfielder hit sixth for the Cardinals Wednesday in between Matt Carpenter and Justin Williams. The Cardinals are 22-22 with the win.
O'Neill is slashing .190/.269/.379 with six home runs this season. Owners in 12-team standard redraft leagues can leave him on the Waiver Wire but he is worth keeping an eye on because of his elite power potential.
Tyler O'Neill went 1-4 with one single, two strikeouts, one RBI and one stolen base as the Cardinals beat the Brewers 3-2 on Monday. O'Neill had a bases loaded single that scored Tommy Edman in the fifth inning. The Cardinals improved to 21-21 with the victory and maintain sole possession of Second Place in the NL Central.
O'Neill is slashing .194/.275/.370 with five home runs and two stolen bases in 108 at-bats this season. He is not worth rostering at the moment. However, owners in 12-team standard redraft leagues can monitor him because of his elite power potential.
Tyler O'Neill hit a two-run home run off Joe Jimenez in the third inning of the Cardinals 12-2 rout of the Tigers in Game One Thursday. O'Neill finished the game 2-3 with the home run, one single, one walk, two RBI, one run scored, one stolen base and one strikeout. The Cardinals moved to 19-17 with the victory.
O'Neill has five home runs this season with a .192/.279/.384 slash line. He started off the season hitting clean-up for the Cardinals but struggled and was dropped down in the line-up. Since September first O'Neill is slashing .250/.294/.500 which is much more in line with what we've seen him do in the minor leagues. He has elite power potential and owners in 12-team standard redraft leagues should add him to their watch lists because if he gets hot he will be worth picking up.