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Jordan Luplow showed some encouraging flashes as a platoon bat with Cleveland between 2019-2021, but has hit just .184/.287/.351 the past two seasons. He didn't show much at Triple-A with Toronto, posting a .779 OPS before being released in August. He then joined the Twins who were desperate for outfielders, but he hit just .206 with a .664 OPS and two home runs in 32 games. Luplow will always have some platoon appeal given his career .833 OPS against lefties, but his limited defensive value and high strikeout rates (30.0 K% in 2023) hinder his upside.

Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Home Runs
Runs Batted In
Base on Balls (Walk)
Stolen Bases
Batting Average
2024 .000
2023 44.51.1 11 2 5 12 2 .208
2022 1351.6 26 11 28 25 5 .176
3y Avg. 1021.7 20 8 20 22 3 .189

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  • Phillies' Jordan Luplow: Tears ACL, done for season

    Triple-A Lehigh Valley placed Luplow on its full-season injured list Sunday due to a torn ACL in his right knee, Tom Housenick of The Allentown Morning Call reports. Luplow had seen big-league action in each of the past seven seasons but had played exclusively at the Triple-A level in 2024 after linking up with the Phillies on a minor-league deal late in spring training. Before suffering the season-ending knee injury, Luplow slashed .255/.343/.450 with 10 home runs and 12 stolen bases in 254 plate appearances for Lehigh Valley. The 30-year-old outfielder will now embark on a lengthy rehab process that could extend into the early portion of the 2025 season.
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  • Phillies' Jordan Luplow: Signs minors deal with PHI

    Luplow signed a minor-league contract with the Phillies on Friday, Robert Murray of reports. A day after being let go by Atlanta, Luplow will get a shot with the Phillies. He slashed .242/.347/.430 across 222 plate appearances in Triple-A last season, and he posted a .984 OPS over 33 plate appearances during spring training. The 30-year-old outfielder will begin the season with Triple-A Lehigh Valley, but he could get the call up to Philadelphia if the big club needs a bench bat to face left-handed pitchers.
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  • Jordan Luplow: Let go by Atlanta

    Luplow was released by Atlanta on Thursday. Luplow signed a minor-league deal with the club in January and had maintained an impressive .985 OPS across 33 plate appearances in spring training. However, Atlanta signed Adam Duvall on Thursday, which made Luplow expendable.
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  • Braves' Jordan Luplow: Signs with Atlanta

    Luplow signed a minor-league contract with Atlanta on Jan. 10 and received an invitation to major-league spring training. Luplow slashed .208/.322/.325 across 90 plate appearances between the Twins and Blue Jays last season. He'll have a chance to make Atlanta's Opening Day roster, but the 30-year-old likely won't achieve more than a spot on Atlanta's bench.
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  • Jordan Luplow: Hits free agency

    Luplow elected free agency Monday, Do-Hyoung Park of reports. Luplow was one of the victims as the Twins performed some 40-man roster housecleaning and he'll hit free agency rather than accept an outright assignment. The veteran outfielder has always hit lefties well, so he could latch on with a team looking for a short-end platoon option.
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  • Twins' Jordan Luplow: Back in majors

    The Twins recalled Luplow from Triple-A St. Paul on Friday, Brandon Warne of Access Twins reports. Luplow was optioned to Triple-A on Monday in order to clear a spot for Michael Taylor but will now return to the Twins following the placement of Royce Lewis (hamstring) on the injured list. Luplow has slashed .235/.339/.412 across 59 plate appearances since joining the Twins in August.
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  • Twins' Jordan Luplow: Designated for assignment

    Luplow was designated for assignment by the Twins on Monday, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. Luplow posted a .751 OPS over 26 games with the Twins, but he started just two games after the calendar flipped to September, so the club decided to remove him from the roster to open up a spot for Michael Taylor. It remains to be seen if Luplow will remain with the Twins or join a fourth organization this year.
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  • Twins' Jordan Luplow: Claimed by Minnesota

    Minnesota claimed Luplow off waivers from the Blue Jays on Friday, Shi Davidi of reports. The 29-year-old first baseman and corner outfielder was a 40-man roster casualty in Toronto following the trade-deadline acquisition of Paul DeJong. Luplow showed some encouraging flashes as a platoon bat with Cleveland between 2019-2021, but he has slashed just .178/.279/.352 over his last 251 major-league plate appearances dating back to the beginning of the 2022 season.
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  • Blue Jays' Jordan Luplow: DFA'd by Toronto

    Luplow was designated for assignment by the Blue Jays on Tuesday, Kaitlyn McGrath of The Athleticreports. The Blue Jays selected Luplow's contract from Triple-A Buffalo on July 19, but he appeared in just seven games and went 3-for-14 with three walks, an RBI, a run and eight strikeouts. The transaction clears space on Toronto's 26-man and 40-man rosters for trade-acquisition Paul DeJong.
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  • Blue Jays' Jordan Luplow: Added to big-league roster

    The Blue Jays selected Luplow's contract from Triple-A Buffalo on Wednesday, Ben Nicholson-Smith of reports. Luplow was outrighted off Toronto's 40-man roster after a brief turn in the majors back in late April, but he's worked his way back onto the big club. The 29-year-old could see a little action versus left-handers.
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  • Blue Jays' Jordan Luplow: Off 40-man roster

    The Blue Jays outrighted Luplow to Triple-A Buffalo on Sunday, Mike Wilner of the Toronto Star reports. The 29-year-old was optioned to the affiliate April 17 and will remain there after losing his spot on Toronto's 40-man roster. Luplow played in just four games while up with the Blue Jays early this season and went 0-for-6 with a walk, a run and four strikeouts.
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  • Blue Jays' Jordan Luplow: Moves back to Triple-A

    The Blue Jays optioned Luplow to Triple-A Buffalo on Monday. Toronto will swap Luplow out of its outfield in favor of Nathan Lukes, who was recalled from Triple-A in a corresponding move. After being called up April 7, Luplow appeared in just four games for Toronto while getting six at-bats.
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  • Blue Jays' Jordan Luplow: Gets start at DH

    Luplow will DH and bat eighth Friday versus the Angels. Luplow was called up from Triple-A Buffalo on Friday afternoon and is jumping right into the Blue Jays' lineup against left-hander Patrick Sandoval and the Halos. Brandon Belt is sitting.
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  • Blue Jays' Jordan Luplow: Recalled from Buffalo

    The Blue Jays recalled Luplow from Triple-A Buffalo on Friday. After being DFA'd by Atlanta on Monday and claimed by the Jays on Wednesday, Luplow will now give Toronto more depth in the outfield. Nathan Lukes was optioned to Triple-A in a corresponding move.
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  • Braves' Jordan Luplow: Cast off 40-man roster

    Atlanta designated Luplow for assignment Monday. He'll cede his spot on the 40-man roster to left-hander Dylan Dodd, whose contract was selected from Triple-A Gwinnett ahead of his first big-league start Tuesday in St. Louis. Luplow was optioned to Gwinnett late in spring training after falling short in his quest to win a spot on the Opening Day roster as a short-side platoon option in the outfield.
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  • Braves' Jordan Luplow: Sent to Triple-A

    Atlanta optioned Luplow to Triple-A Gwinnett on Monday. Luplow had seemed likely to platoon in left field with Eddie Rosario when he was signed, but he's been passed on the depth chart by non-roster invitee Kevin Pillar. The 29-year-old should get another look in the majors eventually.
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  • Braves' Jordan Luplow: Making outfield debut

    Luplow (oblique) will start in left field and bat seventh in Monday's Grapefruit League game against the Orioles. Due to a sore right oblique that he sustained in the early stages of spring training, Luplow didn't make his Grapefruit League debut until Sunday, when he went 0-for-2 with a walk and a run scored while serving as Atlanta's designated hitter in an 11-3 win over the Pirates. With Luplow checking out fine following that contest, he'll now get the opportunity to play the outfield for the first time this spring. The righty-hitting Luplow profiles as a potential short-side platoon mate in left field for the lefty-hitting Eddie Rosario.
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  • Braves' Jordan Luplow: Making spring debut

    Luplow (oblique) will serve as Atlanta's designated hitter and No. 5 batter in Sunday's Grapefruit League game against the Pirates. Luplow is set to make his spring debut after he had been slowed through much of camp by a sore right oblique. Atlanta is easing Luplow back into the mix Sunday in a non-defensive role, but he should be ready to resume playing the corner outfield by the end of the team's Grapefruit League slate.
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  • Braves' Jordan Luplow: Dealing with sore oblique

    Luplow acknowledged Thursday that he's been battling some right oblique soreness, Justin Toscano of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. The discomfort popped up as Lulpow was taking live at-bats just before the start of spring training. It's a few weeks behind him by now and the expectation is that he will be fully recovered by the opening of the 2023 regular season. The 29-year-old outfielder signed a one-year, $1.4 million contract with Atlanta in December.
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  • Braves' Jordan Luplow: Joins Atlanta

    Atlanta signed Luplow to a one-year, $1.4 million contract Monday. Luplow's poor 2022 campaign with Arizona included a .176/.274/.361 slash line and 28 RBI. He was designated for assignment in November. At this point in his career, the righty-hitting Luplow is likely limited to short-side platoon duty, but even that role might not be immediately available with Marcell Ozuna and Travis d'Arnaud still on the roster. The 29-year-old has a career .226/.337/.505 slash line and 125 wRC+ against southpaws.
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