Schoop went 1-for-3 with a solo home run during Thursday's loss to the Yankees. Schoop's now up to 32 homers, 104 RBI, 87 runs and a .302/.346/.531 slash line for the campaign. Those are elite numbers in all settings, and the 25-year-old second baseman projects to remain a go-to asset hitting the middle of the Baltimore lineup.
Schoop went 3-for-6 with a pair of doubles and two runs, including the walkoff winner on a single by Mark Trumbo in the 12th inning Sunday against Toronto. Schoop's breakout season continued in Sunday's exciting come-from-behind victory. The second baseman ranks in the AL's top 10 across a handful of fantasy-worthy categories, including batting average, home runs, RBI and runs. Before September even began, Schoop joined Cal Ripken Jr. and Miguel Tejada as the franchise's only middle infielders with a 30-homer, 100-RBI campaign, according to MLB.com. The 25-year-old started the fantasy season on plenty of waiver wires, but Schoop will end 2017 as an elite keeper.
Schoop played the hero Friday, going 2-for-6 with an RBI double in the 13th inning of a 1-0 win over the Blue Jays. The game only got to extra innings in the first place because Schoop made a terrific defensive play in the ninth, gunning down Kevin Pillar at the plate to preserve a scoreless tie. The 25-year-old is now slashing .349/.385/.547 over his last 20 games with five homers, 11 runs and 19 RBI, and he shows no signs of slowing down in what is already a career year.
Schoop went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and two RBI during Wednesday's win over Seattle. It was his 30th homer of the season. Schoop's breakout campaign continues, and he's now up to a .306/.353/.544 slash line with 30 bombs, 99 RBI and 81 runs. Those are high-end numbers, and at this stage of the game, Schoop warrants mention among the top fantasy assets at the keystone.
Schoop went 1-for-4, launching a fifth-inning, three-run homer to bust open Monday's game against Oakland. The undisputed 2017 MVP of the Orioles' lineup is now on pace to notch 118 RBI -- which would be the second-most for any O's player over the past decade (Chris Davis plated 138 in 2013). Schoop has already set career highs in home runs (27), RBI (91) and walks (29), and the 25-year-old still has 37 games remaining this season.
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