Tyler O'neill


Fantasy Baseball Today: Miguel Andujar and Tyler O'Neill bringing the power, Tony Gonsolin's rough debut

Raise your hand if you started Tony Gonsolin for his season debut against the Pirates. Hopefully none of you raised your hand! It was a rough start for Gonsolin, where he walked five and could not escape the second inning -- against the Pirates of all teams. Despite this, you should continue to hold Gonsolin, who has top-40 SP upside. In fact, go send a lowball offer right now.
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Tyler O'Neill homers twice as Cardinals beat Indians

Tyler O’Neill hit two homers and drove in three runs as the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the visiting Cleveland Indians 8-2 Wednesday to snap a six-game losing streak. Matt Carpenter hit a three-run double and Paul Goldschmidt added a solo homer for the Cardinals, who had lost eight of their past nine games and 12 of their past 18.

Tyler O'Neill is the Cardinals Outfielder You're Looking For

Don't look now, but Tyler O'Neill is taking the league by storm! Through two months, the fourth-year Cardinals outfielder has posted some impressive numbers across the board and is getting the attention of many folks around the league. He's not only seized a spot in the lineup every day, but he's also working his way up into the middle of the order and has hit as high as third in recent weeks.

Cardinals' Tyler O'Neill: Homers twice in win

O'Neill went 3-for-4 with two home runs, three RBI and an additional run scored in Wednesday's 8-2 win over Cleveland. O'Neill homered off Phil Maton in the third inning and off Trevor Stephan in the seventh inning. The outfielder is riding a current 16-game streak of reaching base safely. During that stretch, he has eight homers, 16 RBI, 14 runs and a pair of steals. The 26-year-old is slashing .291/.325/.649 in 160 plate appearances.

Cardinals' Tyler O'Neill: Knocks 13th homer

O'Neill went 1-for-5 with a two-run home run in a loss to the Reds on Sunday. O'Neill's 427-foot shot to center in the sixth finally broke the ice on the scoreboard for the Cardinals on the afternoon. The slugger has slugged five of his 13 round trippers on the season in the 11 games he's logged since coming off the injured list with a finger issue and boasts an impressive .278 average and .920 OPS, but his 34.2 percent strikeout rate remains problematic.

Tyler O'Neill making a case as baseball's most exciting young outfielder

There aren’t many baseball players that look like Tyler O’Neill. Sure, most players are excellent athletes and in great physical condition, but uh, how many look like this?. O'Neill obviously puts in the work on his own, but some genetics are at work here, too. His father, Terry, was named...
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Tyler O'Neill helps Cardinals halt Dodgers rally, tie series

June 2 (UPI) -- Edmundo Sosa drove in the go-ahead run in the ninth inning and Tyler O'Neill made a clutch game-ending catch off a Mookie Betts liner to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a narrow win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. The 3-2 triumph Tuesday at Dodger Stadium...

Behind The Breakout: Tyler O'Neill

Constructed like a freak of nature, Tyler O'Neill comes from a powerlifting background thanks to his father and during this third season in the majors, utilizing his tremendous skill with aplomb to the delight of the fantasy community. Currently...
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St. Louis Cardinals: Tyler O’Neill is baseball’s hidden gem

The finger injury has not impacted Cardinals outfielder Tyler O’Neill, who continues to look like baseball’s hidden gem. When the St. Louis Cardinals placed Tyler O’Neill on the injured list with a fractured finger, he was not expected to miss much time. But questions persisted whether the injury would impact his swing and thus limit his power.

Cardinals' Tyler O'Neill: Two hits, steal in win

O'Neill went 2-for-4 with two singles, a run and a stolen base Tuesday in the Cardinals' 3-2 win over the Dodgers. O'Neill singled in the sixth but more impressively led off a tie game in the top of the ninth with a single, steal of second and subsequent run after an Edmundo Sosa single. O'Neill's 12 home runs and five steals are both career highs in only 36 games played and he's one of seven players with at least five steals and a .900 OPS this season.
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Hot-hitting Tyler O'Neill leads Cards past D-backs again

Tyler O’Neill, who was activated from the injured list Thursday, was again the St. Louis Cardinals’ catalyst with his third home run in as many games in a 7-4 win against the struggling Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday at Phoenix. Arizona has lost 13 straight games since beating the Washington Nationals...