Randy Arozarena

Randy Arozarena

LF - TB
Height: 5-11
Weight: 185 lbs
Age: 27
College: None
Tampa Bay Rays

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Yahoo SportsArozarena's 2nd homer of the game

Randy Arozarena launches a solo homer in the 3rd for his 2nd long ball of the game, extending the Rays' lead to 3-0 in the 4th

Source: Yahoo Sports
Saturday, May 21, 2022

TheRotoFeedCards Spicing Things Up With The Gorman Frill And Matt Libs

var _bp = _bp []; _bp.push({ "div": "Brid_4111314_1", "obj": {"id":"13959","stats":{"wp":1 ,"title":"Bsh%20Week7","autoplay":true,"video":"1010920","width":"640","height":"360" ); First, the bad news, Tyler O'Neill hit the IL with a right-shoulder impingement. Took how long for him to come up with some made-up injury? Hope it wasn't very long, because it's not believable. His exit velocity on his lame-ass excuse is almost as bad as his hitting. Take a TO, TO, you disappoint me. Replacing him...*drum roll*...Nolan Gorman is being called up for today's game. Lezzzzzzzzzzzzzz Fudginnnnnnnnnnnnnn Gooooooooooooooooo! *jaw comes dislocated from screaming, goes to the hospital, doctor diagnoses me with Gormania* Gormania can't be cured, according to WebMD. Does it matter that I keep wanting to call him Norman Golman? No, dude. So, he's going to start at 2nd base, and Edman likely moves to the outfield. It's about to get crowded in Saint Louie. Ugh, seeing they might have a cure for Gormania, it's called a 35% strikeout rate. That's not cool. Gorman could hit 45 homers, and .170. Here's my Nolan Gorman fantasy; some stats might be a little off, but sentiment stays same. Also, I am go over Nolan Gorman at our Youtube channel. Click that link, hit subscribe and come back. Thank you! We're halfway to thousand. Get us to thousand and never hear about it again. Here's the video: Also, getting the call was Matthew Liberatore to start on Saturday. If you think I'm slightly less enthused for Liberatore than I am for Gorman, you're right. It's a hitter vs. pitcher thing. Not much else. In 40 IP in Triple-A, Liberatore had 10.4 K/9, 2.7 BB/9, and 3.83 ERA, and he should have better command than that. Here's what Prospect Itch said, "For a while, Liberatore seemed fated to become a blip in trivia history as the player acquired for Rays postseason beast Randy Arozarena. After 2021, skies look a little clearer. The club jumped him over AA and let him throw 124.2 innings at AAA, where he was six years younger than his average competitor. He struggled at first (5.21 ERA, 1.29 WHIP, 1.87 HR/9 through 11 starts) but got better results over his final ten turns (2.67 ERA, 1.20 WHIP, 0.78 HR/9). The WHIPs here show some luck both ways, but the home run ball was clearly his bugaboo early, and he cut that by more than 100 percent over the 2nd half. His pitch shapes could still leave him vulnerable in that department (his fastball doesn t ride), but he s adding velocity as he ages and was burying that big curve with consistency by season s end. If he keeps that up, he ll be a nice addition to the Redbirds rotation this year. And Grey is a big dummy." Honestly, that's fair. Anyway, here's what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

Source: TheRotoFeed
Friday, May 20, 2022

Yahoo SportsTigers vs. Rays Highlights

Kevin Kiermaier, Brett Phillips and Randy Arozarena homered to back Shane McClanahan's excellent outing in the Rays' 8-1 win over the Tigers

Source: Yahoo Sports
Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Yahoo SportsLast week's 5 biggest fantasy surprises: Randy Arozarena needs to make an adjustment

Randy Arozarena needs to alter his approach and Luis Robert shouldn't change a thing.

Source: Yahoo Sports
Tuesday, May 17, 2022


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