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Apr 23, 2024 1 1 0 0 2
Apr 22, 2024 0 0 0 0 -0.5
Apr 21, 2024 0 0 0 0 -0.5
Apr 20, 2024 0 0 0 0 -1.5
Apr 19, 2024 1 1 0 0 2.5

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Randy Arozarena's third consecutive 20-20 season may look like more of the same, but there is more under the hood here. While his .254 batting average was the worst of his career and a continued decline in average, he was more accepting of walks than he has ever been in his career and used the OBP resurgence to set a new career high in runs scored. He improved his chase rate on the season, and it would have been even better if not for a massive slump in July as he prepared and then participated in the home run derby which saw him hit .153 with his lowest monthly walk rate of the season. 16 of his 23 homers came before the break and his .279 first half average against his .220 second half average show just how much that slump hurt his overall numbers. Arozarena has seen his fantasy futures rise from risky single-digit round pick to a safe first five round selection in a short time, but this is likely his fantasy peak.

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2024 40.51.7 11 2 6 8 4 .154
2023 4663.1 95 23 83 80 22 .254
2022 4533 72 20 89 46 32 .263
3y Avg. 446.53 87 21 80 61 25 .263
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Rare day off Thursday

    Arozarena is absent from the lineup for Thursday's contest versus the Angels. Arozarena will get just his second day off this season while he's stuck in a 2-for-23 rut at the plate that has dropped his slash line to .174/.240/.275 for the season. While Arozarena rests, Harold Ramirez will pick up a start in left field.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Stays aggressive on basepaths

    Arozarena went 1-for-4 with an RBI and a stolen base Wednesday against the Angels. Arozarena hasn't had a good start at the plate, as he's hitting just .174 with two home runs across 75 plate appearances. When he has gotten on base, however, he's taken advantage as he's managed four stolen bases without being caught. Arozarena is also striking out at a fairly typical 25.3 percent clip, so there's not a significant reason to panic about his performance yet.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Swipes third bag

    Arozarena went 1-for-4 with an RBI, a run scored and a stolen base Sunday against the Giants. Arozarena has gotten off to a sluggish start to the season, as he's failed to record a multi-hit performance in any of his last 12 starts with only two extra-base hits in that span. He has found other ways to produce, most notably by being aggressive on the basepaths as he swiped his third bag of the campaign Sunday. There's also reason for optimism that Arozarena can turn the rest of his results around, as he has a 24.6 percent strikeout rate -- in line with his career norm -- paired with only a .231 BABIP.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Takes seat Sunday

    Arozarena is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Rockies, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Arozarena has a .652 OPS through 37 plate appearances and will head to the bench Sunday for the first time this season. Richie Palacios will start in left field and bat fifth in the series finale at Colorado.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Powers team with homer, two steals

    Arozarena went 2-for-3 with a walk, a solo home run, three total runs scored and two stolen bases in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Blue Jays. Arozarena showed off with a homer against Yusei Kikuchi in the fifth inning, his first long ball of the new season, followed by a pair of steals in the seventh. It was his second straight multi-hit game after an 0-for-4 showing on Opening Day. Arozarena has been remarkably consistent since his breakout with Tampa Bay and is now in search of a fourth straight 20-20 season.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Could steal more aggressively

    The Rays are focused on being more aggressive on the basepaths, which could help Arozarena's stolen base total in 2024, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. While many players around the league saw their stolen base opportunities increase in 2023 due to the new rules, Arozarena saw his total attempts drop from 44 to 32. His efficiency also worsened, as he was caught stealing 10 times. However, manager Kevin Cash has prioritized the running game this spring, and he also noted that he didn't believe the typical 80 percent benchmark to maintain a green light was a realistic barometer in the modern game. As a result, Arozarena may see his stolen-base total tick back up toward his career-high mark of 32 from 2022.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Avoids arbitration with Rays

    The Rays and Arozarena avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $8.1 million contract Thursday, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports. Arozarena will nearly double his 2023 salary in what was his second year of arbitration eligibility. The outfielder has recorded three straight 20-20 seasons for Tampa Bay, although his 120 OPS+ in 2023 was a career low.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Out of Sunday's lineup

    Arozarena is not in Sunday's lineup against the Blue Jays. The Rays will give Arozarena a couple days to rest up in advance of the postseason. Raimel Tapia is starting in left field and batting eighth.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Back in lineup Wednesday

    Arozarena (quadriceps) is back in the lineup Wednesday at Boston. Arozarena will start in left field and bat third versus the Red Sox and right-hander Brayan Bello after missing three straight games because of right quad tightness. The 28-year-old has tallied 23 homers, 83 RBI, 22 steals and 92 runs scored across 148 games this season for Tampa Bay.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Still out Tuesday

    Arozarena (quadriceps) is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game at Boston, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Despite the Rays having a team day off Monday, the 28-year-old will sit Tuesday for the third straight game with right quadriceps tightness. Tampa Bay has another off day on the schedule Thursday, and the club could exercise extra caution and hold Arozarena out until Friday's series opener in Toronto.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Held out of Sunday's lineup

    Arozarena (quadriceps) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Blue Jays, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Arozarena will sit for the second straight game after he exited Friday's contest with right quadriceps tightness. The Rays have a team day off Monday, so the outfielder will have three full days of rest ahead of Tuesday's series opener in Boston. Harold Ramirez will receive another start in left field for Tampa Bay on Sunday.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Not starting Saturday

    Arozarena (quad) isn't in the Rays' lineup Saturday against the Blue Jays, Steve Carney of StPeteNine.com reports. After leaving Friday's game early due to right quad tightness, Arozarena will be held out of Saturday's contest as he continues to recover. While Arozarena rests, Harold Ramirez will start in left field and bat second. Arozarena should be able to return to the lineup soon, as Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports that he'll be available off the bench.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Exits with quad tightness

    Arozarena was lifted from Friday's game against the Blue Jays with right quad tightness, Ryan Bass of Bally Sports Sun reports. Arozarena let up a bit while rounding third base in the bottom of the first inning, though he managed to gut it out until being replaced by Manuel Margot before the top of the fifth. Arozarena finished the night 1-for-2 with a double and a run scored. Consider him day-to-day leading into the remainder of the Rays' three-game weekend series versus Toronto.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Big fly Tuesday

    Arozarena went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in Tuesday's 6-2 win over the Angels. The 28-year-old outfielder capitalized on a center-cut meatball from Patrick Sandoval, launching a two-run blast to give Tampa Bay an early lead in the first inning. After a tepid start to September, Arozarena has now hit safely in seven of the last eight games, going 11-for-34 (.324) during that stretch with two home runs, five RBI and four runs. However, his 30.6 percent strikeout rate and 5.6 percent walk rate in that same span suggest he isn't quite locked in at the plate.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Hits first homer this month

    Arozarena went 2-for-5 with a solo homer in Wednesday's 5-4 victory over the Twins. Arozarena came up huge for the Rays on Wednesday, launching a 448-foot home run with two outs in the top of the ninth to give the team a 5-4 lead. It was the outfielder's 22nd long ball of the season but his first since Aug. 29. Arozarena's batting just .217 in September with three RBI and four runs scored, though he's now hit safely in three straight.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Not in lineup Sunday

    Arozarena is out of the lineup Sunday against the Mariners. This is presumably just a routine breather for Arozarena, who went 1-for-8 with a double, four walks and a run scored over the first three games of the four-game set. Luke Raley, Jose Siri and Josh Lowe will start across the outfield for the Rays in Sunday's series finale.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Makes history Wednesday

    Arozarena went 1-for-3 with a walk, two RBI and two stolen bases in Wednesday's 3-0 extra-inning win over the Marlins. Arozarena enjoyed a big 10th inning, knocking in a pair of runs with a one-out single and subsequently stealing both second and third base. The star outfielder has swiped five bags over his past three games to reach 20 thefts on the campaign. He's already at 21 homers, so he's now logged three consecutive 20/20 seasons, becoming the first player in major-league history to accomplish that across his first three full campaigns in the big leagues.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Goes deep in win

    Arozarena went 1-for-3 with a two-run homer and an additional run scored while drawing two walks in Tuesday's victory over the Marlins. Arozarena's seventh-inning, two-run homer extended the Tampa Bay lead to 7-2. The All-Star outfielder has now hit safely in seven of his last eight games, going 10-for-29 with a 1.163 OPS, three home runs, six RBI, three steals and an incredible 13 runs scored during that stretch.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Swipes three bags Sunday

    Arozarena went 2-for-4 with three stolen bases and three runs scored in Sunday's 7-4 win over the Yankees. Arozarena posted his first three-steal game and second multi-steal game this season to bring him up to 18 thefts on the year. Arozarena was struggling badly post All-Star break through the rest of July, but Sunday was a continuation of a strong month at the plate for the 28-year-old. Through 23 games in August, he's slashing .276/.390/.425 with three homers, 10 RBI, 22 runs, six steals and a 14:24 BB:K and has hit safely in six of his last seven games while scoring 11 times over that latter span.
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  • Rays' Randy Arozarena: Socks homer No. 20

    Arozarena went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Wednesday's 6-5 extra-inning win over the Rockies. The 28-year-old outfielder opened the scoring in the third inning by lofting an Austin Gomber changeup over the wall in left field. Arozarena was in a deep slump coming out of the All-Star break, but he could be flipping the switch as the playoff race heats up. Over his last 15 games, he's slashing .317/.423/.467, and five of his nine RBI over that stretch have come in the last three contests. Wednesday's long ball also gave him exactly 20 for the third straight season, and the Rays have 34 games left on the schedule for him to establish a new career high.
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