White Sox's Adam Engel: Bad night on bases against O's
Engel went 2-for-3 but was caught stealing twice in Saturday's 2-0 win over the Orioles.
The White Sox actually went 0-for-3 on steal attempts on the night, as Tim Anderson also got erased at second base by Baltimore catcher Caleb Joseph. Engel has a mediocre 66.7 percent success rate on steals (16-for-24) for the year, a far cry from his 8-for-9 performance in his first taste of the majors last season, but those steals still represent his only semi-consistent source of fantasy value given his .615 OPS.
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