Robinson went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Wednesday's 12-2 win over the Astros.
Robinson went yard for the second game in a row, but his .188/.188/.469 batting line in September doesn't inspire much confidence that he'll provide much value in the fantasy realm heading into the Rangers' final four games of the season. It does at least appear that Robinson could be in store for regular starts at the hot corner over the weekend, as the Rangers have already revealed that primary third baseman Adrian Beltre would be shut down for the season for rest purposes with the team eliminated from playoff contention.
Robinson went 0-for-2 with a strikeout in Sunday's 8-1 loss to the Athletics.
Robinson drew the start at third base for the sixth time in seven games, but as was the case in most of those prior contests, he failed to do much at the plate. Over that span, Robinson has contributed just two hits in 16 at-bats while striking out eight times. With the Rangers 5.5 games off the pace for the second wild-card spot in the American League with seven games left to play, the team has little incentive to rush Adrian Beltre back to regular duties at third base while he manages a hamstring injury, so Robinson's playing time looks to be fairly stable entering the final week.
Robinson struck out in both of his at-bats in Sunday's 4-2 win over the Angels before being lifted late in the contest for a pinch hitter.
It was the second consecutive start at third base for Robinson, who looks on track to split time at the position with Will Middlebrooks and Joey Gallo while Adrian Beltre remains relegated to DH duties due to a hamstring injury. The likely uptick in at-bats over the final few weeks will give Robinson some appeal in AL-only formats, but the utility man has yet to offer much production when he's received steady playing time this season. The 25-year-old is slashing an unremarkable .208/.322/.403 across 90 plate appearances in 2017.
Robinson went 0-for-3 with a walk and two strikeouts in Thursday's 5-1 loss to the Astros.
Robinson saw his at-bats pick up earlier in August when both Joey Gallo (concussion) and Carlos Gomez (back) were on the disabled list, but now that both players are healthy again, the rookie's window to regular starts has closed. It's still likely that Robinson, who can be deployed just about everywhere except pitcher and catcher, will pick up a start or two per week in September thanks to his versatility alone.
Robinson went 1-for-4 with two strikeouts in Tuesday's 10-1 loss to the Angels.
Robinson drew the start in left field, effectively entering the lineup in place of Joey Gallo (concussion), who was placed on the 7-day disabled list Tuesday. While Gallo is sidelined, it's expected that Robinson and Ryan Rua will be the main beneficiaries of increased at-bats, but Robinson should be the favored option of the two. In addition to batting from the left side, Robinson is the most versatile player on the roster, having made starts at four different positions this season.
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