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Tigers' Harold Castro: Three-hit performance
Castro went 3-for-4 with a double, two RBI and two runs scored in a 9-1 win over the Rays on Saturday.
Castro has been one of the Tigers' most consistent hitters this season, and that pattern continued in this contest as the 28-year-old first baseman rapped out three more hits to give him 73 on the season. Castro leads the Tigers with a .287 batting average and should continue to see regular playing time down the stretch.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Tallies three hits in loss
Castro went 3-for-4 in Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the Twins.
Castro had three of Detroit's four total hits on the day, so it's not surprising he wasn't able to rack up any counting stats given the lineup's overall futility. The utility man is now batting .284 this season, while the team as a whole is batting just .226. As one of the squad's most consistent hitters, Castro should continue to see regular playing time, especially with Spencer Torkelson down at Triple-A Toledo.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Riding pine Saturday
Castro isn't starting Saturday against the Blue Jays.
Castro is getting a day off after he hit .281 with three doubles, three runs and three RBI over the last eight games. Kody Clemens will take over at first base and bat ninth.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Starting at first base Sunday
Castro is starting at first base and batting third in Sunday's game against the Twins.
Though Castro is known for his defensive versatility, this will be his third straight start at first base, so he appears to be settling in at the position. The Tigers sent down the struggling Spencer Torkelson a week ago, which has opened up playing time at first. Castro, who's batting .284 this season, looks like a decent fantasy option given the opportunity for a regular role.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Resting Game 1 on Thursday
Castro is not in the starting lineup for Game 1 of Thursday's doubleheader against the Athletics.
Castro will get a breather in Game 1 after he went 5-for-11 with two doubles, an RBI and a run scored against the Guardians in the final series before the All-Star break. Kody Clemens was recalled from Triple-A on Thursday and will start at first base in the matinee.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Gets fifth straight start
Castro will start at first base and bat fifth in Sunday's game against the Guardians.
Castro will wrap up the first half by making his fifth consecutive start, four of which have come at different positions. He went 1-for-3 with a walk in Saturday's 10-0 loss to extend his hitting streak to five contests and is now hitting .281 on the season.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Records three hits Friday
Castro went 3-for-4 with two doubles, a run scored and an RBI in Friday's loss to the Guardians.
Castro continues to play all over the diamond for the Tigers, recording a start at first base Friday after starting at shortstop Thursday, and he keeps on hitting. The 28-year-old utility player extended his hitting streak to four games and is now batting .280 for the season. While Castro doesn't offer a ton of power, he's often a fantasy asset when he's in the starting lineup due to his ability to make consistent contact.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Sits after two straight starts
Castro is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Guardians,
Castro picked up starts at third base and shortstop between the past two games, going 3-for-9 with a run scored. He remains without a clear path to an everyday role, but he should continue to crack the lineup at least a few times per week while he holds down a .712 OPS for the season and has the ability to play multiple positions.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Snaps skid Saturday
Castro went 3-for-4 with a triple, an RBI and a run scored in Saturday's 6-3 win over the Diamondbacks.
Castro knocked an RBI triple to open the scoring in the fourth inning. He was also on base with a single before scoring on Kody Clemens' sixth-inning blast. Prior to Saturday, Castro had gone 0-for-17 in his last five games around a couple of absences due to a calf injury. The infielder has a serviceable .286/.302/.442 slash line with four home runs, 17 RBI and 18 runs scored in 47 contests. He hasn't attempted a stolen base, but he has notched two triples and eight doubles.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Back in lineup
Castro (calf) is starting Wednesday's game against the Red Sox.
Castro didn't appear in the last two games due to calf tightness, but he'll start at the hot corner and bat fifth Wednesday. He went 0-for-13 with two runs and two strikeouts over his last four games.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Remains out Tuesday
Castro (calf) remains on the bench Tuesday against the Red Sox.
Castro left Sunday's series finale against the Rangers with calf tightness and didn't play Monday. His absence isn't necessarily injury-related, however, as the return of Jeimer Candelario (shoulder) means Castro no longer needs to start at third base. Whether or not he's available in a bench role Tuesday is unclear.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Not starting Monday
Castro (calf) is out of the lineup for Monday's game in Boston.
Castro is day-to-day after exiting Sunday's 7-3 win due to calf tightness, but even if he avoided an injury to close out the weekend, he would likely be on the outside looking in for a spot in Detroit's lineup. The Tigers reinstated Jeimer Candelario (shoulder) from the 10-day injured list and will immediately slot him back in the starting nine at third base, the position Castro had been primarily playing for the past two weeks. Assuming his calf issue doesn't force him to the IL, Castro will likely handle a utility role for Detroit moving forward.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Removed from Sunday's game
Castro was removed from Sunday's game against the Rangers due to calf tightness, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.
Castro was hit by a pitch just above his knee during Sunday's matchup, and he was ultimately removed from the game after experiencing calf tightness. Prior to his departure, he went 0-for-2 with two runs. Manager A.J. Hinch said after the game that Castro is considered day-to-day prior to Monday's series opener against Boston.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Not starting Saturday
Castro isn't in the lineup for Saturday's game against Texas.
Castro went 0-for-11 with two strikeouts over the last three games and will get a rare day off Saturday. Kody Clemens will take over at the hot corner and bat ninth.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Registers three more hits Tuesday
Castro went 3-for-4 with a double in Tuesday's loss to the White Sox.
Castro recorded three hits for the second consecutive game, pushing his average to .308 for the season. Unfortunately, the seven hitters behind Castro recorded just three hits combined, so he wasn't able to come around to score at any point. The versatile 28-year-old is still hitting well and should play most days for a Detroit team that is desperate for offensive production.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Records three hits Monday
Castro went 3-for-5 with a run scored and two RBI in Monday's loss to the White Sox.
All three hits were singles but fantasy managers won't complain about the effort. Castro, who batted second, and leadoff man Willi Castro combined for five hits, three runs scored and three RBI. Harold Castro doesn't always have a regular spot on the diamond, though he's been effective offensively no matter where he plays, and he should continue to see time at third base in the short term with Jeimer Candelario (shoulder) out.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Gets nod at third base
Castro will start at third base and bat ninth in Tuesday's game against the Pirates.
With Jeimer Candelario (shoulder) moving to the 10-day injured list Tuesday, Castro looks like he'll get the first crack to replace him as the everyday third baseman. The versatile Castro had already picked up work at three different positions (left field, first base and shortstop) while staring in five of the Tigers' previous six games, but Candelario's absence creates a more permanent pathway to playing time.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Might see more time at third
With Jeimer Candelario (shoulder) potentially headed to the injured list Tuesday, per Chris McCosky of The Detroit News, Castro could see more regular time at third base.
Castro has been a valuable utility player for the Tigers this season with a .286/.303/.476 slash line across 34 games while appearing at every position except for catcher and right field, but the team may need him to settle in a bit more at the hot corner if Candelario has to miss time. Kody Clemens is also an option to see more time at third in the short term if needed.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Starting at first
Castro is starting at first base and batting third in Saturday's game against the Yankees.
Spencer Torkelson is getting the day game off, so Castro will slide into the hole at first base. The versatile 28-year-old has played well this season with a .303/.320/.505 slash line across 32 games, so the Tigers will likely try to keep fitting him into the lineup whenever they can.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Harold Castro: Leads offense Wednesday
Castro went 2-for-3 with a double, a run scored and two RBI in Wednesday's win over the Twins.
While he doesn't have a regular position, Castro has been playing fairly often lately, and his bat keeps making that a smart call. He's now batting .315 this season, and considering he batted .283 or better each of the past four years, his current rate seems sustainable. Castro doesn't offer a ton of power or speed, but he should have some fantasy value as long as the playing time is there.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 5-10, 195 lbs|
|Birthplace: Caracas, Venezuela|
|Bats/Throws: L, R|