CF,LF,RF - COL
Rockies outfielder Yonathan Daza went 0-for-3 on Thursday, but that didn't stop him from knocking in a run. The 27-year-old contributed an RBI groundout in the seventh inning. Ultimately, he also struck out once and stranded three runners on the basepaths.
There's a clear difference between Daza's performance on the road and at home, with his batting average more than 100 points higher at Coors Field. His home slugging percentage, meanwhile, is nearly double his away slugging percentage. It's safe to say Daza is already looking forward to the team's seven-game homestand that begins on Monday.
Rockies outfielder Yonathan Daza went 1-for-5 with an RBI single in Thursday's win over the Rangers. Outside of the single, it was a relatively poor day for Daza, who also struck out twice.
Daza has impressed this season, posting a .328/.370/.391 slash line with 12 RBI, nine walks, and 42 hits. He's also struck out 28 times and swiped two bags. Still, rostered in just four percent of ESPN leagues, Daza has minimal fantasy relevance.
While the Rockies struggled offensively on Saturday, outfielder Yonathan Daza was an outlier. The 27-year-old went 1-for-1 with a single as well as two walks. It was not enough, though, as Colorado fell to the Pirates, 4-0.
Daza has been the hottest hitter in the Rockies' lineup, slashing .309/.353/.382 with 10 RBI, eight walks, and 25 strikeouts to this point. Rostered in just four percent of ESPN leagues, Daza only has relevance in deeper formats.
Batting seventh and patrolling center field, Colorado's Yonathan Daza went 0-for-4 against the Diamondbacks on Sunday. While technically hitless, he did reach base and plate a run on a fielder's choice. He also struck out once and stranded a pair of runners.
Daza has looked relatively impressive through 39 games this season, going under the radar and slashing .311/.339/.387 with 10 RBI, five walks, and 24 strikeouts. He's not a base-stealer, but as long as he swings a hot bat, he's worth adding in most leagues.
Rockies outfielder Yonathan Daza went 2-for-4 with a pair of singles in Sunday's loss to the Reds. He also picked up one strikeout and stranded two runners.
Further, Daza swiped second base in the effort. It was second stolen bag of the season. He's slashing .347/.370/.432 through 35 games with nine RBI, four walks, and 19 strikeouts. Daza presents an intriguing case worth rostering as he swings a mega-hot bat.