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Sep 25, 2022 0 0 0 0
Sep 24, 2022 0 0 0 0 -0.5
Sep 23, 2022 0 0 0 0 -0.5
Sep 22, 2022 0 0 0 0 -0.5
Sep 21, 2022 2 0 0 1 2.5

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2022 61.52.7 8 3 15 6 1 .289
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Fantasy News

  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Sleeper hitters for Week 26 (Sept. 26-Oct. 5)

    Henderson's roster rate has finally begun to climb to more appropriate levels, but we're to the point now where the rookie is basically must-start, particularly with the Orioles being one of just eight teams with 10 games in the final scoring period.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Effective out of leadoff spot

    Henderson went 2-for-5 with a two-run home run in Tuesday's 3-2 loss to Detroit. Henderson made the most of his first career start batting leadoff in the big leagues. He recorded his fifth multi-hit effort in his last seven games, including a two-run home run. The homer, Henderson's third on the campaign, was a 409-foot blast to right field in the seventh inning which pulled the game to within one. It's uncertain if he will stick in the leadoff spot, but Henderson looks like he should be a quality source of counting stats down the stretch regardless of where he bats in the order.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Leading off Tuesday

    Henderson will man third base and hit leadoff in Tuesday's game against the Tigers, Andy Kostka of The Baltimore Sun reports. Henderson hit no higher than cleanup over his first 18 appearances as a big leaguer, but manager Brandon Hyde decided to switch things up with the Orioles' offense looking for a spark, so the rookie will get a shot to show what he can do atop the order.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Possible waiver wire pickups

    I want to make one last pitch for Henderson before he's (hopefully) scooped up in too many leagues to qualify for this list anymore. For as much hoopla as stud prospects receive when they're promoted, why would you pass up one of the few in recent years who's done exactly what he's supposed to do from the get-go? He's making high-quality contact (92.3 mph average exit velocity), keeping the strikeouts under control (22.4 percent), playing every day, and has even picked up eligibility at third base. Most every publication will have him as the No. 1 prospect entering next year, so why does his roster rate continue to languish? Even if you don't have a lineup spot for him, we're at the point where you should pick him up just so your opponent doesn't.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Sleeper hitters for Week 25 (Sept. 19-25)

    Having picked up third base eligibility in addition to shortstop, Henderson is primed to be a big Fantasy help down the stretch. The Astros series to close out Week 25 could be tough, but he's proven too talented to pass up if you're scrounging the waiver wire for sleeper plays.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Another multi-hit game

    Henderson went 2-for-4 with one double, two RBI and one run scored in Saturday's loss to Toronto. Henderson notched a two-run single to get Baltimore within one off righty starter Jose Berrios in the third inning. The infielder has recorded two hits in four straight games and boasts an outstanding 1.281 OPS over 27 plate appearances in his last seven games. The 21-year-old rookie has tallied four doubles, a triple and a home run in 25 at-bats during that span.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Launches second homer

    Henderson went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Friday's 6-3 loss to the Blue Jays. The dynamic rookie took Yimi Garcia deep in the ninth inning, giving Henderson his third straight multi-hit performance. Since his promotion at the end of August, the 21-year-old is slashing .333/.379/.574 through his first 15 big-league games with two homers, a steal, six runs and 10 RBI.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Normally when a high-profile prospect call-up performs up to his potential right away, he's treated like a savior and hailed from sea to shining sea, so it's surprising to see Henderson's roster rate still lagging when he's done exactly that. While playing time has hindered Corbin Carroll and strikeouts Josh Jung, Henderson has started every game but one and made contact at a higher rate than expected. He has only one home run so far but plenty of extra-base hits, including a double and a triple Wednesday. In addition to shortstop, he's now eligible at third base, with second base in his sights as well. I'd be willing to start him at any of those spots.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Stays hot with two hits

    Henderson went 2-for-4 with a double, a triple, four RBI and one run scored in Wednesday's win over the Nationals. For the second night in a row, Henderson recorded two hits, including his first career triple. The three-bagger down the left field line in the seventh inning scored two runners, and a throwing error by the left fielder allowed Henderson to come around and score himself. He also doubled in a run in the eighth inning to go along with an RBI groundout earlier in the game. In 14 games since being called up, Henderson is slashing .320/.370/.520. While he should not be expected to perform at this level for a full season, his slash line is similar to the .288/.390/.504 slash line he maintained in 295 plate appearances at Triple-A this year, giving credence to his strong performance thus far.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Two hits in win

    Henderson went 2-for-5 with a double, an RBI and one run scored in Tuesday's win over the Nationals. Henderson got the Orioles on the board with an RBI single in the top of the first and then doubled and scored in the fifth. The youngster has reached base safely in 13 of his first 14 games in the big leagues, slashing a robust .304/.360/.457 in the process. With Henderson and fellow rookie Adley Rutschman playing to their pedigree, the future is bright in Baltimore.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Gets day off

    Henderson is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Red Sox, according to Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun. Henderson tallied three hits over his last two games, but manager Brandon Hyde decided it was time for his first day off as a big-leaguer. Jesus Aguilar will join the lineup with Henderson opening the game on the bench.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Delivers winning hit

    Henderson went 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI and a walk in Friday's 3-2 win over the Red Sox. Henderson stepped up with a go-ahead two-run single in the sixth inning, which stood as the game-winning hit. It was his third multi-hit effort in 10 games as a major leaguer. The top prospect is slashing .306/.359/.472 with a home run, four RBI, two runs scored, one stolen base and three doubles through 39 plate appearances.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Possible waiver wire pickups

    While the Diamondbacks have already sat Corbin Carroll once, most likely as a way of managing his at-bats to preserve his rookie eligibility, the Orioles are 5 for 5 in starting Henderson so far, including twice at second base, twice at third base and once at shortstop. He even got the start against the left-handed JP Sears Friday. It wouldn't be so noteworthy if he was struggling, as rookies are wont to do, but the 21-year-old already has a home run and stolen base and has hardly looked overmatched, striking out just three times. If he's soon to be triple-eligible in addition to what he brings offensively, then you probably should have added Henderson yesterday. Fortunately, it's not too late in one-third of CBS Sports leagues.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Sleeper hitters for Week 23 (Sept. 5-11)

    The recent call-up, who's in the running for best prospect in baseball, should be a fixture against right-handers down the stretch, and that's all the Orioles are facing this week. Henderson could do real damage against ones like Mitch White, Brayan Bello and Josh Winckowski.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Possible waiver wire pickups

    It was a stellar debut Wednesday for the prospect most publications consider the best in all of baseball. He connected on a 429-foot home run, going 2 for 4 overall, and had three batted balls of 97 mph or better. He also started at third base and figures to pick up eligibility at that particularly scarce position in short order. There's power. There's speed. There's on-base ability. Adding Henderson is a must in Rotisserie leagues, with the many lineup spots to fill, and of course, this sort of upside is worth pursuing in all formats. The possibility of him sitting against same-handed pitchers, though, might cause the slightest hesitation in the shallowest leagues.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Homers in debut

    Henderson went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Wednesday's win over the Guardians. Henderson took Triston McKenzie deep for his first major-league homer in the top of the fourth inning, extending the team's lead to 2-0. The 21-year-old also added a single later in the contest. Henderson is expected to play multiple positions in the infield and should be in the lineup on an everyday basis moving forward.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Batting sixth in MLB debut

    Henderson, who was called up from Triple-A Norfolk earlier Wednesday, will start at third base and bat sixth in his MLB debut against the Guardians. The Orioles' top prospect played almost exclusively on the left side of the infield through his first three seasons in the minors before recently picking up more time at first base and second base, but the hot corner is expected to be his primary home with Baltimore, per Dan Connolly of The Athletic. Though the lefty-hitting 21-year-old could find himself on the bench versus southpaws, he'll likely be given the opportunity to play on an everyday basis against right-handed pitching after earning his ticket to the majors by producing an .894 OPS to go with 10 stolen bases over his 65 games at Norfolk. With Henderson stepping in at third base Wednesday, Ramon Urias will serve as the Orioles' designated hitter and could see most of his starts out of that spot moving forward.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Promoted to big leagues Wednesday

    The Orioles selected Henderson's contract from Triple-A Norfolk ahead of Wednesday's game against the Guardians, Zachary Silver of MLB.com reports. Though Baltimore was expected to wait until the active roster expanded to 28 men Thursday before moving their top prospect to the big leagues, Henderson will be formally called up a day earlier than anticipated, which makes him eligible to compete in the postseason if the Orioles should earn a wild-card spot. The 21-year-old began the season at Double-A Bowie but thrived at Norfolk following an early-June promotion, slashing .288/.390/.504 with 11 home runs and 10 stolen bases in 65 games. He picked up starts at all four infield spots at Triple-A and could handle a near-everyday role for Baltimore.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Set for call-up Thursday

    Henderson is set to join the Orioles' taxi squad Wednesday and is expected to be formally called up from Triple-A Norfolk on Thursday, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. The 21-year-old is the Orioles' top prospect and has spent most of his minor-league career on the left side of the infield, but he's gotten some exposure to first and second base at Norfolk recently to give him additional avenues to playing time once he arrives in the big leagues. From a production standpoint, Henderson certainly looks big-league ready, as he'll finish his time at Norfolk with a .288/.390/.504 slash line and a palatable 26.4 percent strikeout rate while slugging 11 home runs and notching 10 stolen bases in 65 games. Given that none of the Orioles' four primary starters in the infield (Ryan Mountcastle, Rougned Odor, Ramon Urias and Jorge Mateo) own a wRC+ mark above 101 on the season, Henderson should be a candidate to take on a near-everyday role while manager Brandon Hyde likely rotates rest days among the five players.
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  • Orioles' Gunnar Henderson: Adding defensive versatility

    Henderson has started at first base and second base so far this week for Triple-A Norfolk, Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun reports. One of the top prospects in the minors, Henderson primarily played shortstop and third base prior to this week, but he is making his first pro start at second base Saturday after starting at first base a couple times earlier this week. The Orioles delayed the arrival of Adley Rutschman until this season for service-time reasons, but it's possible they could promote Henderson this season now that the team is competitive. He is hitting .285/.389/.509 with 10 home runs, six steals and a 26.2 percent strikeout rate in 56 games at Triple-A.
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