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Nolan Gorman

Nolan Gorman

AVG
.215
HR
15
RBI
33
R
30
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 1"/225 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: R
Born: Glendale, Arizona
Draft: 2018 1st round (19th pick) by the
  • Inside The Pinstripes

    Cardinals Slugger Surprisingly Seen As Option To Replace Yankees Fan-Favorite

    The New York Yankees certainly will be one of the most active teams in baseball around the trade deadline. The Yankees have been fantastic this season and currently have a 49-21 record through 70 games. New York has a chance to compete for a World Series title this season but an addition or two around the trade deadline. The Yankees likely will be looking for ways to add more depth in the infield and The Athletic's Jim Bowden surprisingly mentioned St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Nolan Gorman as a possible target.

  • Ponca City News

    Upswing for Cardinals' Nolan Gorman reveals mindset of developing impact hitter pitch by pitch

    Jun. 10—During a discussion in his office last weekend about the development of young hitters, Cardinals manager Oliver Marmol offered an example by using an at-bat from Nolan Gorman, any number of which in the past few weeks ended with a ball up and over an infielder or out of the ballpark. This one ended with a fly ball to center.

  • New York Post

    Fantasy baseball: Nolan Gorman is one of the top flavors of the month

    Playing fantasy baseball is like going into an ice cream shop that comes out with new flavors every week. Sometimes the best-selling flavors, like Rocky Road (Corbin Carroll), underperform in sales, which leads to a hot new flavor, like Rainbow Cookie (David Fry), flying off the shelf, leaving only a few scoops left. Sometimes flavors are out of stock for the season (Ronald Acuna). Sometimes the flavors of the week (hot players you pick up) melt before you have a chance to try it. Here is a look at some of this week's most added flavors in ESPN leagues this week and whether they will last: After an awful April in which he hit .196 with four homers, 12 RBIs, 38 strikeouts and a .624 OPS, Nolan