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Ryan McMahon

2B | Colorado Rockies
Bats / Throws: L / R
Age: 26 (1994-12-14)
Ht / Wt: 6'2" / 208 lbs.
2021 Player Projections
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Stats Snapshot

SeasonPAAVGRHRRBISBwOBA
2020 1930.21523926---0.326
2019 5380.2570248350.342

Draft Prep / Rankings Snapshot

Staff RankTrendAvg ADPAuctionRound (12-team)Diff
245291.3$221.4+46.3

Recent Update

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6 months agoColorado Rockies first/second baseman Ryan McMahon has the backing of Coors Field for half of his games, yet he has been unable to become a consistent season-long asset in 2020. His home/road splits this year have been drastic, slashing .271/.386/.576 at his friendly confines, while slashing .140/.228/.240 away from the hitter’s haven. Coors has been a paradise for batters since its inception, although making contact is imperative to success; McMahon has struck out at a 36.2% clip this year, effectively neutralizing his own upside. After hammering breaking pitches last year at a .287 BA and .574 SLG clip, the pendulum has swung in the complete opposite direction this season, with a .154 BA (and .089 xBA) and .385 SLG (and .176 xSLG). Season-long owners are best served looking elsewhere, with McMahon representing a DFS upside play when at Coors.--Jesse Borek - RotoBaller
Source: MLB

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Historical Split Stats

  • 2020
  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
SplitABH2B3BHRRRBISBAVGOBPSLGOPSISOwOBA
vL52101140900.1920.2630.4810.7440.2890.351
vR1212750501600.2230.3070.3880.6950.1650.314
HOME8621116131800.2440.330.4880.8180.2440.351
AWAY861650310800.1860.260.3490.6090.1630.302
vL15239501002800.2570.2980.4870.7850.230.335
vR328811611405600.2470.3420.430.7720.1830.345
HOME2597011118425330.270.3350.5290.8640.2590.37
AWAY221501106283020.2260.3230.3570.680.1310.311
vL31102110400.3230.4470.5480.9950.2250.421
vR1493270401500.2150.2760.3420.6180.1270.27
HOME9429804101400.3090.3830.5210.9040.2120.393
AWAY87131117510.1490.2210.2180.4390.0690.2
vL4000000000.200.200.2
vR1531000200.20.3680.2670.6350.0670.316
HOME1421001100.1430.3330.2140.5470.0710.278
AWAY510001000.20.3330.20.53300.333

Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Zac Veen (OF)
  2. Brendan Rodgers (2B)
  3. Michael Toglia (1B)
  4. Aaron Schunk (3B)
  5. Chris McMahon (SP)
  6. Ryan Rolison (SP)
  7. Colton Welker (1B/3B)
  8. Ryan Vilade (OF/SS)

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Older News

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7 months agoColorado Rockies first baseman Ryan McMahon was 2-for-3 with two home runs, four RBI, and two walks during Thursday's 10-8 loss to the Houston Astros. While McMahon's .225 average fails to stand out, he has started to hit the ball a lot harder over the past week. McMahon now has eight RBI to go along with a .407 OBP and .714 SLG across his last seven games. The talent has always been there for the 25-year-old, but the consistency has eluded him. He is worthy of a pickup to round out a roster in standard leagues, although his next seven games are outside of the friendly confines of Coors Field.--Raymond Harrison - RotoBaller
Source: MLB.com

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Basic and Advanced Historical Stats

YearGABH2B3BHRRRBISBBBSOAVGOBPOPSISOBABIPwOBA
202052172376192326018660.2150.2950.7140.2040.2860.326
20191414801202212470835561600.250.3290.7790.20.3230.342
201891181429151719118640.2320.3070.6830.1440.3270.302
201717193100210550.1580.3330.5440.0530.2140.292

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