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Nicholas Castellanos

RF | Detroit Tigers
Bats / Throws: R / R
Age: 27 (1992-03-04)
Ht / Wt: 6'4" / 210 lbs.

2019 Stats Snapshot

AVGRHRRBISBwOBA
0.2583762310.341

Draft Prep / Rankings Snapshot

Staff RankTrendAvg ADPAuctionRound (12-team)Diff
103---$129.58---
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3 weeks agoDetroit Tigers right fielder Nicholas Castellanos was riding an eight-game hitting streak heading into Tuesday night's contest with the Orioles, but had that streak snapped with an 0-for-4 performance at the dish with three strikeouts. Over the previous streak, Castellanos had multiple hits in four of those eight games, and he's batting .355/.344/.581 over the last week. For a player many expected to break out this year, he's been quite unremarkable thus far and ranks near the middle of the league in both exit velocity and hard hit %, making it seem unlikely that he's going to suddenly turn the corner in terms of power production. The hot streak was nice, but we'd like to see much more consistency for the young slugger to be a real asset.--Tyler Germain - RotoBaller
Source: MLB

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Historical Split Stats

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SplitABH2B3BHRRRBISBAVGOBPSLGOPSISOwOBA
vL42124020600.2860.380.5240.9040.2380.4
vR22357173501900.2560.3010.4260.7270.170.335
HOME13633111024600.2430.2880.3380.6260.0950.301
AWAY128351026131710.2730.3330.5230.8560.250.383
vL14756100602300.3810.4320.5711.0030.190.444
vR4731293651706700.2730.3290.4780.8070.2050.355
HOME3029331310384900.3080.3630.530.8930.2220.384
AWAY3189215213504020.2890.3460.4720.8180.1830.369
vL13640711102800.2940.3380.6030.9410.3090.4
vR4791282991507600.2670.3170.4590.7760.1920.342
HOME3109315614425420.30.3480.5230.8710.2230.375
AWAY3047421412314720.2430.2910.4570.7480.2140.331
vL1162452501200.2070.2420.4140.6560.2070.274
vR295932021304500.3150.3650.5290.8940.2140.381
HOME186531245251910.2850.340.4730.8130.1880.35
AWAY2256413013293900.2840.3240.5160.840.2320.352
vL1144062502000.3510.40.570.970.2190.416
vR4351002741005700.230.2770.3790.6560.1490.289
HOME274731466193400.2660.3270.4270.7540.1610.327
AWAY275671909233900.2440.2770.4110.6880.1670.301

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  • @evanwoodbery: RT @MLiveSports: Gardy still thinks Nicholas Castellanos could one day be a good fit at first base https://t.co/RH5qzFVZco
    Posted 3 days ago
  • @beckjason: Talking with Gardenhire about Nick Castellanos and 1B, he recalled once having Joe Mauer work at 3B:
    "I had Mauer t… https://t.co/KsoDbhSEgT
    Posted 3 days ago
  • @beckjason: Castellanos said he misplayed Luplow's double by reading the swing: "If you go back and look at how he hit it, the… https://t.co/aT79uFeWj1
    Posted 3 days ago
  • @beckjason: Nick Ramirez also inherited Tigers' defensive woes behind him. Jordan Luplow's RBI double had a .010 expected batti… https://t.co/8v5OwaTOs4
    Posted 3 days ago
  • @evanwoodbery: The Indians are on the board first on a Jordan Luplow double, a seemingly catchable fly ball that was misplayed by… https://t.co/vX6WNTelqC
    Posted 3 days ago
  • @evanwoodbery: If you missed it last night, Nicholas Castellanos offered some interesting thoughts as his time as a Tiger may be n… https://t.co/mQtaLF4ipT
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @beckjason: “I have family here in Michigan. I love Detroit. I love the Tigers. But like I said two years ago, you don’t always… https://t.co/Nrm09YRUhh
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @beckjason: More from Nicholas Castellanos on first base, right field, the trade deadline and his Tiger tenure:
    https://t.co/FDB1kpUdR0
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @beckjason: Castellanos: "I'm not a general manager. I'm not out here begging for an extension. I'm not out here saying that wh… https://t.co/LyzToEWuZ6
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @evanwoodbery: Castellanos elaborated on his decision to reject move to first base late in 2018.

    "That was the first time I said… https://t.co/BZaWZ3jwee
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @beckjason: Castellanos: "So last year, when obviously there was no commitment towards me, I chose: I just want to stick to rig… https://t.co/e5q3bAvM2S
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @beckjason: Nick Castellanos talked at length about situation today, including being asked about 1B at end of last year:
    "I tol… https://t.co/rBUQPgs4ZM
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @evanwoodbery: Nicholas Castellanos on horticulture:

    "To think 'the grass is greener' is a trap. I think the grass is greener wh… https://t.co/ebYyD68d23
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @evanwoodbery: Wide-ranging chat with Nicholas Castellanos today, who had a funny answer when asked if it was disappointing that T… https://t.co/oFPJBt8Olu
    Posted 4 days ago
  • @anthonyfenech: Game 66: Jones cf, Stewart lf, Castellanos rf, Cabrera dh, Dixon 1b, Goodrum ss, Castro 2b, Greiner c, Lugo 3b
    Posted 5 days ago
  • @matthewbmowery: Can't imagine why anyone would think Nick Castellanos should move to first base. #sarcasmfontengaged
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @anthonyfenech: Nick Castellanos, No. 7, to open the scoring. Nice swing.
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @anthonyfenech: Game 64: Goodrum ss, Stewart lf, Castellanos rf, Cabrera dh, Dixon 3b, Castro 2b, Hicks 1b, Greiner c, Jones cf
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @anthonyfenech: Difficult? Yes. Draining? That, too. But the Tigers can take lessons from these losses, just look at the Twins, who… https://t.co/LBMwiC3F6r
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @beckjason: Gardenhire and Castellanos said he did not forget the outs, but thought Dixon's line drive would fall. "I took a se… https://t.co/JcGNxGb5Qu
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @anthonyfenech: “If we expect to win this division, before we had to go through Cleveland,” Castellanos said. “Right now, we gotta… https://t.co/9ezUt9PTgr
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @anthonyfenech: Nick Castellanos didn't forget how many outs there were in the sixth inning, Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire said. "M… https://t.co/KYtpia54W7
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @anthonyfenech: Either Nick Castellanos forgot how many outs there were, getting doubled up from second base on a fly ball to right… https://t.co/zQOpEuQslR
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @beckjason: Nicholas Castellanos forgot about how many outs as he took off from 2B. Jake Odorizzi finishes sixth inning with 9-4 double play.
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @anthonyfenech: Game 63: Goodrum ss, Stewart lf, Castellanos rf, Cabrera dh, Dixon 1b, Castro 2b, Lugo 3b, Hicks c, Jones cf
    Posted 1 week ago

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Basic and Advanced Historical Stats

YearGABH2B3BHRRRBISBBBSOAVGOBPOPSISOBABIPwOBA
2019662646821363723119660.2580.310.7380.170.320.341
20181586201854652388892491510.2980.3540.8540.2020.3610.376
2017157614167361026731014411420.2720.320.810.2180.3130.353
20161104111172541854581281110.2850.3310.8270.2110.3450.351
20151545491403361542730391520.2550.3030.7220.1640.3220.316
20141485301373141150662351380.2580.3040.6980.1360.3250.315
201311185000100010.2780.2780.55600.2940.222

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