Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points per Game
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Runs
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Home Runs
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Runs Batted In
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Stolen Bases
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Batting Average
2022 .000
2021 6.50.5 2 1 1 .194
2020 12.50.6 5 4 2 .161
3y Avg. 30.51.2 6 1 6 5 .237

Fantasy News

  • Bryan Holaday: Let go by Snakes

    The Diamondbacks released Holaday on Sunday. Since Carson Kelly returned from the injured list July 30, Holaday has slipped to third on the depth chart at catcher and has seen scarce playing time, making only three starts over the past month. Given Holaday's status as a 33-year-old career journeyman on an expiring deal, the Diamondbacks' decision to release him comes as little surprise. Infielder Andrew Young was promoted form Triple-A Reno to take Holaday's spot on the active roster.
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  • Diamondbacks' Bryan Holaday: Gets starting nod Monday

    Holaday will start at catcher and bat eighth Monday against the Pirates. Holaday will crack the lineup for the fourth time since receiving a call-up from Triple-A Reno on July 3. Unless Daulton Varsho joins top backstop Carson Kelly (wrist) on the injured list at some point, Holaday likely won't be in store for much more than two or three starts per week while he's with the big club.
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  • Diamondbacks' Bryan Holaday: Contract selected by Arizona

    Holaday's contract was selected by the Diamondbacks on Saturday. Holaday signed a minor-league deal with Arizona during the offseason, and he slashed .263/.315/.579 with seven home runs, 30 RBI, 20 runs and a stolen base in 30 games with Triple-A Reno. He's appeared in 64 major-league games with the Marlins and Orioles across the last two seasons and will now be available as catching depth while Carson Kelly (wrist) remains sidelined.
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  • Diamondbacks' Bryan Holaday: Re-signs with Arizona

    Holaday re-signed with the Diamondbacks on Saturday via a minor-league deal, Nick Piecoro of The Arizona Republic reports. The 33-year-old was released by Arizona earlier in the day but was able to agree to terms on a new pact. Holaday will provide organizational depth behind the plate for the Diamondbacks.
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  • Bryan Holaday: Released by Diamondbacks

    Holaday was released by the Diamondbacks on Saturday, Nick Piecoro of The Arizona Republic reports. Holaday served as a non-roster invitee this spring and appeared in 11 Cactus League games. During that time, he hit .308 with two runs and one RBI. The team has interest in re-signing the 33-year-old as organizational depth, but Holaday will be free to seek out other opportunities as a free agent.
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  • Diamondbacks' Bryan Holaday: Lands with Arizona

    Holaday signed a minor-league contract with the Diamondbacks on Monday, Nick Piecoro of The Arizona Republic reports. Holaday has been a depth piece for most of his career, and that's probably what he'll be this season, as he's likely behind Carson Kelly, Stephen Vogt and Daulton Varsho in the Diamondbacks' catcher depth chart. Holaday has hit just .238/.283/.333 over his nine-year career and hit a miserable .161/.212/.194 in limited action for the Orioles last season.
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  • Orioles' Bryan Holaday: Seeing little work

    Holaday is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Blue Jays. The clear third backstop on the roster behind Pedro Severino and Chance Sisco, Holaday hasn't seen much action since being promoted to the big club Aug. 1. He's appeared in 11 games this month while going 4-for-16 with five runs and two RBI.
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  • Orioles' Bryan Holaday: Called up

    Holaday's contract was selected by Baltimore on Saturday. Holaday hit a solid .278/.344/.435 in 43 games for the Marlins last season, though he's a career .241/.287/.340 hitter over his eight-year big-league career. He doesn't have a clear path to playing time in Baltimore, as he'll be behind Pedro Severino and Chance Sisco on the depth chart.
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  • Orioles' Bryan Holaday: In 60-man player pool

    Holaday will be a part of the Orioles' 60-man player pool this season. He is not on the 40-man roster and is fourth on the organizational depth chart at catcher behind Pedro Severino, Chance Sisco and Austin Wynns.
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  • Orioles' Bryan Holaday: Signs with Baltimore

    Holaday signed a minor-league deal with the Orioles on Monday, Craig Mish of FNTSY Sports Radio reports. The 32-year-old has played parts of eight seasons in the big leagues but has never appeared in more than 62 games. In 43 contests for the Marlins last season, he hit .278/.344/.435.
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  • Bryan Holaday: Becomes free agent

    Holaday was outrighted to Triple-A New Orleans on Friday and then elected free agency, Andre Fernandez of The Athletic reports. Holaday finished the 2019 campaign with a .278/.344/.435 with four homers and 12 RBI over 43 contests. He'll aim to latch on elsewhere, where he'll likely slot into a backup role if he even makes the big-league roster.
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  • Marlins' Bryan Holaday: Hits fourth homer

    Holaday went 3-for-4 with a solo home run, a double, two runs scored, two RBI and a walk in the Marlins' 12-6 victory over the Diamondbacks on Tuesday. The veteran backstop popped his fourth long ball of the season in this contest, touching up Taylor Clarke with an eight-inning solo blast as part of a three-hit game. Holaday only has 108 at-bats this season, so he hasn't been featured nearly enough to move the fantasy needle, but he has done well with his opportunities, posting a solid .296/.364/.463 slash line.
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  • Marlins' Bryan Holaday: Pops third homer

    Holaday went 2-for-4 with a double and a solo home run in the second game of Monday's doubleheader against the Mets. Jorge Alfaro's backup has appeared in only 24 games this season, but Holaday has taken advantage of his chances with a .301/.378/.466 slash line that includes a career-high three homers in only 83 plate appearances. The 31-year-old has actually started five of the last nine contests as manager Don Mattingly tries to capitalize on his hot bat, but Holaday's career .624 OPS suggests it will cool off soon enough.
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  • Marlins' Bryan Holaday: Draws fourth start of second half

    Holaday will start at catcher and bat seventh Sunday against the Diamondbacks, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports. Since Jorge Alfaro returned from the injured list in late June, Holaday has predictably collected dust as the Marlins' clear No. 2 catcher. Holaday will be making just his fourth start since the All-Star break in what amounts to a routine day off for Alfaro.
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  • Marlins' Bryan Holaday: Moves back into bench role

    Holaday is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Phillies, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Holaday had been operating as the Marlins' top catcher for about a week before moving back into the No. 2 role following Jorge Alfaro's (concussion) return from the 7-day injured list Friday. With Alfaro slated to see the bulk of the duties behind the dish moving forward, Holaday likely won't be in line for much more than one or two starts per week.
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  • Marlins' Bryan Holaday: Sits Saturday

    Holaday is out of the lineup Saturday against the Phillies, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. With Jorge Alfaro (concussion) joining Chad Wallach (concussion) on the injured list Friday, Holaday suddenly finds himself as the top healthy option on the depth chart at catcher. Though he'll rest Saturday in favor of Wilkin Castillo, Holaday should see the bulk of the action behind the plate until Alfaro is cleared to return from the IL. A career .235/.281/.329 hitter at the big-league level, the 31-year-old Holaday won't warrant much attention for fantasy purposes.
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  • Marlins' Bryan Holaday: Launches second homer

    Holaday went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Friday's win over the Phillies. Holaday got the Marlins on the board with a solo blast in the second inning, and it ended up being a key run for his squad in a 2-1 victory. The 31-year-old catcher has seen limited action this season, but he's 7-for-27 with two homers and six RBI over 11 contests and is in line for increased playing time with Jorge Alfaro (concussion) sidelined.
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  • Marlins' Bryan Holaday: First hit of season leaves yard

    Holaday went 1-for-3 with a walk and a two-run home run in Saturday's 9-3 win over the Padres. The veteran backup catcher made his first big-league hit of the season count, as he took Adam Warren deep in the sixth inning. He could be in line for a short-term boost in playing time with Jose Alfaro (jaw) having taken a foul tip off his mask Friday and Chad Wallach (concussion) on the IL, but Holaday's career .232/.274/.322 slash line in the majors is not fantasy friendly.
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  • Marlins' Bryan Holaday: Joining Marlins

    Holaday had his contract selected from Triple-A New Orleans by the Marlins on Friday, Craig Mish of Sirius XM reports. Holaday opted out of his minor-league deal with the Marlins in late March after losing out on the backup catching job to Chad Wallach, but ultimately decided to stay in the organization and reported to Triple-A. The 31-year-old struggled in Miami last season with a .519 OPS in 166 plate appearances.
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  • Marlins' Bryan Holaday: Seeking other options

    Holaday opted out of his minor-league deal with the Marlins on Saturday and has 48 hours to decide whether to remain with the organization, Andre Fernandez of The Athletic reports. Holaday was battling for the No. 2 job at catcher this spring but the Marlins elected to stick with Chad Wallach behind starter Jorge Alfaro. Holaday now has the opportunity to feel out his opportunities elsewhere, or he can remains with the Marlins and head to Triple-A.
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