Yonder Alonso

Yonder Alonso

1B - OAK
Height: 6' 1"Weight: 230 lbsAge: 30College: Miami, FLBats: LThrows: RCountry: CUB

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Sat, 4/1 3:05pm
Matchup (?) N/A
Rank H #305
Projection (?) 2.2 pts




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Yonder Alonso finished with three hits

In Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Angels, Yonder Alonso went 3-for-5 (one hit went for a double) with one run batted in, one run scored and one strikeout.

Fantasy Impact

It was a nice game for Alonso who was clearly locked in at the plate, but he's still at best someone to consider going with in only the deepest of fantasy leagues right now.

CD Hill29 weeks ago

Yonder Alonso had a two-hit game

In Wednesday's 1-0 win over Baltimore, Yonder Alonso went 2-for-3 (one hit was a double) with one run batted in and a walk.

Fantasy Impact

While it was a nice day at the plate for Alonso, he's still only a viable option for fantasy owners in the deepest of leagues.

CD Hill33 weeks ago

Yonder Alonso hit his second home run of the season against the Giants

In a 7-1 win over San Francisco on Wednesday, Yonder Alonso went 1-for-3 with a two run home run.

Fantasy Impact

It was Alonso’s first home run since April 29th. He's hitting a solid .325 so far this month and while that's a plus for him in terms of his fantasy value at the moment, he's really not much of a threat to hit many home runs in the future and is more of a deep fantasy league option than standard one at the moment for fantasy owners.

CD Hill39 weeks ago

Yonder Alonso's only hit on Wednesday dropped in for a double

In a 13-3 loss to Boston, Yonder Alonso went 1-for-4 (his lone hit was a double) with one run batted in and one strikeout.

Fantasy Impact

Alonso is not an option to consider in any fantasy league right now.

CD Hill46 weeks ago

Yonder Alonso hits his first homer of the Spring

Yonder Alonso went 3-for-4 with two singles and a solo home run against the Indians on Monday.

Fantasy Impact

Alonso has been raking all Spring, batting .364, but it was nice to see him display a bit of pop on Monday with a solo-shot off of Cleveland's Danny Salazar. Even though Alonso will receive the majority of AB at 1B for Oakland this season, he simply does not fill the stat sheet enough to be worth more than a late round pick in AL-Only formats. He will hit for average, but that is about it.