Taylor went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and a walk in Tuesday's win over the Rockies. Taylor played the hero Tuesday, depositing Adam Ottavino's 2-2 offering over the seats in left field for a walkoff win in the bottom of the 10th inning. He's been on a roll since the start of September, hitting .379/.471/.793 in 29 at-bats this month. Taylor still has an outside chance of reaching 20 homers for a second consecutive season.
Taylor went 2-for-5 with an RBI and two runs scored Thursday against the Cardinals. Taylor's big hit came in the fourth inning when he hit an RBI double and came around to score in the same inning. It was his 33rd double of the season, nearing his career-best mark of 36. While the rest of his numbers lag behind those from his breakout 2017 campaign, Taylor has hit the ball well of late, slugging .857 across the last 15 days.
Taylor went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run, a walk and two runs scored in Monday's 10-6 loss to Cincinnati. Taylor launched a two-run blast over the fence in right during the fourth inning to cut the deficit to two, but the Reds would pull away in the sixth. The 28-year-old has struggled to see regular playing time down the stretch of the regular season, mainly because he's struggled at the dish over the past month. He finished August with a .185/.272/.321 batting line through 24 ballgames.
Taylor went 2-for-2 with a solo home run against the Rockies on Saturday. Taylor took Kyle Freeland deep in the fifth inning to record his 15th home run of the season. It was his first home run since Aug. 24 and only his fourth since the All-Star break. While Taylor's 15 home runs and nine stolen bases are useful, he has failed to follow up on his breakout 2017 season and is losing at-bats as a result.
Taylor started in left field and went 2-for-3 with a double, a walk and a pair of runs scored in Tuesday's 11-4 win over the Mets. Taylor had been situated on the bench for the Dodgers' last four games, marking his longest healthy absence from the lineup this season. The super-utility man's offensive struggles in August (.185/.272/.321) combined with an expanded September roster have resulted in the drastic dip in playing time. Taylor had been a serviceable fantasy asset this season with a .245/.322/.430 slash line to go along with 14 homers and nine steals, but without consistent at-bats, his appeal will be limited down the stretch.
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