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Forever underrated and often underappreciated, Adam Duvall posted an OPS north of .800 for the third time since 2019 last season with the Red Sox but then spent much of the winter searching for a new gig. The free-swinging veteran outfielder is never going to be a great source of batting average and his career on-base percentage is just .291, but he has produced 32 home runs and 94 RBI for every 162 games played since breaking into the majors with the Giants back in 2014. In the right landing spot with something close to everyday playing time, Duvall could still carry deep-league fantasy value in what will be his age-35 campaign. The problem is that most teams seem to only view him as a bench bat at this point in his career.

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2024 1121.4 24 8 26 18 .186
2023 2542.8 45 21 58 22 4 .247
2022 163.51.9 39 12 36 21 .213
3y Avg. 2722.5 50 24 69 26 3 .231
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Taking seat Sunday

    Duvall is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. The veteran outfielder went 0-for-8 with a strikeout and a run during Saturday's doubleheader and will sit after starting the previous 20 games. Ramon Laureano will start in right field Sunday in Duvall's stead.
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Swats key home run in win

    Duvall went 2-for-3 with a three-run homer, a walk and two runs scored in Tuesday's 6-2 win over the Diamondbacks. Duvall powered Atlanta's offense with a huge three-run blast in the sixth to push his team out to a 5-0 lead. He punished an 0-2 curveball from Zac Gallen and subsequently ended Gallen's night. Tuesday was Duvall's third multi-hit effort over his last seven games. He's been seeing the ball much better as of late, slashing .310/.356/.548 with seven RBI and four runs scored in 11 games since June 28. Duvall is still working to get his season-long numbers up, as he's hitting just .191/.260/.336 with eight homers, 25 RBI, 22 runs and an 18:69 BB:K in 242 plate appearances.
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Ends homer drought

    Duvall went 3-for-4 with a solo home run in Sunday's win over the Phillies. Duvall snapped a streak of 96 at-bats without a homer in the process. The streak of 24 games without hitting a long ball was the fourth longest of his career and his longest in a single season since 2018. It was also Duvall's second game this week with three or more hits after not having a three-hit game since August of last season. The 35-year-old may be starting to turn it around, but he's still hitting a meager .184/.253/.321 with seven homers and 22 RBI for the season.
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Racks up three hits

    Duvall went 3-for-4 with a double and one RBI in Wednesday's 3-1 win over the Giants. Duvall has hit safely in five straight games, though Wednesday's performance was his first multi-hit effort since June 13. The veteran outfielder batted a paltry .136 in June, even worse than his .184 mark on the year. He's added a .569 OPS, six home runs, 21 RBI, 19 runs scored and no stolen bases through 217 plate appearances. Duvall has occasionally served in a short-side platoon role, but he should continue to have steady playing time in right field as long as Ramon Laureano (oblique) is out.
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Filling in for banged-up Laureano

    Duvall will start in right field and bat sixth in Sunday's game against the Pirates. Duvall will make his fourth consecutive start in right field in place of Ramon Laureano, who remains day-to-day with a back injury. Over his previous three starts, Duvall went 2-for-11 with a double and two RBI.
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Sitting against righty again

    Duvall is out of the lineup for Monday's game in St. Louis. Duvall will hit the bench for Atlanta's second straight matchup with a right-handed pitcher (Lance Lynn). While Michael Harris (hamstring) is on the shelf, Atlanta looks content to go with Forrest Wall, Jarred Kelenic and Ramon Laureano as its preferred outfield configuration from left to right against right-handed pitching. Duvall had taken hold of a regular role in the corner outfield after Ronald Acuna (knee) suffered a season-ending ACL tear May 26, but the 35-year-old has turned in an ugly .135/.189/.225 slash line since that time. Atlanta should still have a spot in the lineup for Duvall against left-handed pitching as a short-side platoon mate for the lefty-hitting Wall.
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Slump continues Sunday

    Duvall went 0-for-4 with a strikeout in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Yankees. Duvall has taken on a near-everyday role in the Atlanta outfield since Ronald Acuna (knee) suffered a season-ending ACL tear May 26, but the 35-year-old hasn't been able to capitalize on the opportunity. In Atlanta's ensuing 25 games without Acuna, Duvall has slashed a lowly .135/.189/.225 with a 32.6 percent strikeout rate. Manager Brian Snitker already excluded Duvall from the lineup in Saturday's 8-3 loss to the Yankees while right-hander Marcus Stroman took the hill for New York, perhaps signaling that Duvall's time as a regular in the Atlanta lineup could be nearing its end. Ramon Laureano picked up a start in the corner outfield Saturday and would likely be the main beneficiary if Snitker elects to phase Duvall out of the lineup on a more consistent basis.
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Goes yard again Monday

    Duvall went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Monday's loss to the Nationals. He took a tiring Mitchell Parker deep in the seventh inning, giving Duvall his second homer in as many days and his fifth of the year. The veteran outfielder will move out of his short-side platoon role and take over as Atlanta's everyday right fielder due to Ronald Acuna (knee) being lost for the season, but if Duvall's .209/.303/.407 slash line doesn't improve, the team might give J.P. Martinez a look instead.
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Set for increased playing time

    Duvall went 1-for-5 with a solo home run Sunday against the Pirates. Duvall blasted an eighth-inning 1-0 offering by Pirates reliever Aroldis Chapman over the wall in left-center for his fourth home run of the season. Duvall, who earned the start with lefty Martin Perez starting the game on the hill, is set to earn additional playing time in the near future, as Ronald Acuna left the game with a knee injury and is slated for a stint on the IL.
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Smacks third homer

    Duvall went 1-for-3 with a two-run homer and two runs scored in Wednesday's win over the Cubs while also being hit by a pitch. Duvall jumped on a four-seamer from Justin Steele in the top of the third and crushed it 423 feet into the stands in center field to give Atlanta an early 2-0 lead. The outfielder would then come around to score for a second time on a sac fly in the seventh after being hit by a pitch, marking only the second time this season in which he's scored multiple runs in a game. The home run was Duvall's third of the campaign and first since April 23 against the Marlins, while the two RBI were also his first in the month of May.
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Homers in win

    Duvall went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer and scored twice during Atlanta's 5-0 win over Miami on Tuesday. Duvall came around to score after reaching on a fielder's choice during the second inning, and his sixth-inning home run would end up scoring Atlanta's final two runs in a game that was hardly ever in doubt. Although Duvall played well Tuesday, he remains stuck in the short side of a platoon with Jarred Kelenic and shouldn't be relied upon to provide consistent fantasy production -- even on days he does start.
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Picks up two hits in loss

    Duvall went 2-for-4 with an RBI in Thursday's 16-4 loss to the Mets. The 35-year-old has only seen five starts on the year while working on the short side of a platoon in left field, but Duvall has shown decent consistency at the plate during that time. If he is able to stay consistent at the plate he could get a little more playing time outside of his platoon role, but Jarred Kelenic's hot start (.462 through 26 at-bats) stands as a major obstacle to a rise in fantasy prominence for Duvall.
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  • Braves' Adam Duvall: Back with Atlanta on one-year deal

    Duvall signed a one-year, $3 million contract with Atlanta on Thursday. Duvall seems like more of a luxury than a necessity for Atlanta, but the club has decided to bring the 35-year-old back for what will be his third stint in the organization. The addition of Duvall will allow Atlanta to limit Jarred Kelenic's exposure against left-handed pitching, and the veteran Duvall will also provide some insurance as Ronald Acuna comes back from a knee issue. Duvall slashed .247/.303/.531 with 21 home runs over 92 games for the Red Sox last season.
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  • Red Sox's Adam Duvall: Absent from lineup again

    Duvall is not in the lineup for Thursday's contest against the Orioles, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. This marks four out of the last five games that Duvall has not been in the starting lineup, as Ceddanne Rafaela and Wilyer Abreu both look to have passed the veteran outfielder in the pecking order down the stretch, at least against right-handed pitching. Duvall has managed a lowly .494 OPS this month.
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  • Red Sox's Adam Duvall: On bench Saturday

    Duvall is not in the lineup Saturday against the White Sox. Masataka Yoshida, Ceddanne Rafaela and Alex Verdugo are the starting outfielders for the Red Sox on Saturday. They will go up against right-hander Dylan Cease. The outfielder has had a rough September, and since Sept. 16 he has gone 4-for-23 with a .508 OPS.
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  • Red Sox's Adam Duvall: Homers Wednesday

    Duvall went 2-for-4 with a three-run homer in Wednesday's loss against Texas. Duvall got the Red Sox on the board early Wednesday, blasting a three-run, 443-foot homer off Jon Gray in the first inning. It's certainly a step in the right direction for Duvall, who'd been marred in a 2-for-36 slump while striking out at a 55.3 percent rate in his previous nine games. Overall, the veteran outfielder is slashing .250/.308/.533 with 20 homers, 56 RBI and 43 runs scored through 331 plate appearances this season.
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  • Red Sox's Adam Duvall: Takes seat Friday

    Duvall is absent from the lineup Friday at Toronto. Masataka Yoshida, Wilyer Abreu and Alex Verdugo will start across the outfield for the Red Sox as they take on right-hander Jose Berrios. Duvall has primarily been playing against lefties in recent weeks and is 3-for-34 (.088) so far in September.
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  • Red Sox's Adam Duvall: Gets breather for Game 2

    Duvall isn't in the Red Sox's lineup for the second game of Thursday's doubleheader against the Yankees, Mac Cerullo of the Boston Herald reports. Duvall went 0-for-3 with a walk and a run scored during Boston's win in Game 1, and he will sit out the nightcap. His absence will allow Wilyer Abreu to start in center field and bat sixth.
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  • Red Sox's Adam Duvall: Sitting Wednesday

    Duvall is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Yankees, Gabrielle Starr of the Boston Herald reports. The veteran outfielder is 0-for-17 with 14 strikeouts over his past four games and will head to the bench for Wednesday's contest. Wilyer Abreu, Ceddanne Rafaela and Alex Verdugo will start across the outfield while Masataka Yoshida serves as the designated hitter.
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  • Red Sox's Adam Duvall: Absent from lineup

    Duvall is absent from the lineup for the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Yankees, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports. Duvall had been slated to sit out Monday before the game was rained out, and he will remain out of the lineup for the makeup contest as he goes through a slump at the plate. Wilyer Abreu is patrolling center field for the Red Sox.
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