Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Home Runs
Runs Batted In
Base on Balls (Walk)
Stolen Bases
Batting Average
2023 .000
2022 .000
2021 5.50.4 3 1 2 .089
3y Avg. 20.3 2 0 1 .091

Fantasy News

  • Curtis Terry: Released by O's

    Terry was released by the Orioles on Sunday, Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun reports. Terry was signed to a minor-league contract over the winter, but the 26-year-old will now be looking for a new organization. Before being released by the Twins in August, Terry hit 10 homers over 80 contests with a .777 OPS for Triple-A St. Paul.
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  • Orioles' Curtis Terry: Inks minors deal with Baltimore

    Terry signed a minor-league contract with the Orioles on Friday, Roch Kubatko of reports. The 26-year-old spent 2022 at Triple-A St. Paul in the Twins organization, putting up a .777 OPS with 10 homers over 80 contests. Terry saw some brief action in the big leagues with the Rangers in 2021 but went just 4-for-45 (.089) at the dish.
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  • Curtis Terry: Released Wednesday

    Terry was released from Triple-A St. Paul on Wednesday, Brandon Warne of Access Twins reports. Terry was jettisoned despite hitting a respectable .250 with 10 homers, 32 RBI and 41 runs over 296 at-bats in 80 games with St. Paul this season. The 25-year-old will likely find another suitor for his services in the near future. Daniel Gossett was promoted to Triple-A to replace him.
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  • Twins' Curtis Terry: Dispatched to minors camp

    The Twins reassigned Terry to minor-league camp Wednesday. The 25-year-old power hitter is expected to report to Triple-A St. Paul once the minor-league season gets underway. Terry reached the big leagues with the Rangers for the first time in 2021 but faltered badly over a sample of 48 plate appearances, batting just .089 while striking out 31.2 percent of the time.
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  • Twins' Curtis Terry: Catches on with Minnesota

    Terry signed a minor-league contract with the Twins in late November and reported to Minnesota's big-league camp Sunday as a non-roster invitee, Do-Hyoung Park of reports. Terry reached the majors with Texas for the first time in his career in 2021, appearing in 13 games while going 4-for-45 (.089 average) with two doubles. Despite his poor results in his small sample of big-league action, Terry showed intriguing power at various stops in the minors, and that was enough for the Twins to take a flier on him as a minor-league free agent. He's expected to open the season at Triple-A St. Paul.
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  • Curtis Terry: Hits open market

    Terry elected free agency Friday after being outrighted off the Rangers' 40-man roster, independent baseball journalist Jeff Wilson reports. Terry made his major-league debut this year and had a .279 OPS in 48 plate appearances, but his six minor-league seasons allowed him to hit free agency once jettisoned from the 40-man roster. The 25-year-old likely will need to settle for a minor-league deal this offseason given his minimal and unproductive major-league run and lack of defensive value, but his .882 OPS at Triple-A in 2021 should attract some attention.
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  • Rangers' Curtis Terry: Optioned back to Round Rock

    Terry was optioned to Triple-A Round Rock on Tuesday, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports. Terry was recalled from Round Rock on Monday but did not appear in the series finale against the Red Sox. He'll yield his roster spot to Leody Taveras for the time being, but Terry is a candidate to return to the big club when rosters expand Sept. 1.
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  • Rangers' Curtis Terry: Rejoins big club

    The Rangers recalled Terry from Triple-A Round Rock ahead of Monday's game against the Red Sox, freelance baseball journalist Jeff Wilson reports. Terry will give the Rangers a right-handed bat off the bench after Charlie Culberson was placed on the COVID-19 injured list Friday. With Brock Holt also moving to the COVID-19 IL on Monday, the Rangers are shorthanded on infield depth, but Terry's limited defensive flexibility likely hurts his chances of seeing steady at-bats while he's up with the big club. The 24-year-old has only served as a first baseman or designated hitter between stops in this majors and Triple-A this season.
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  • Rangers' Curtis Terry: Sent to Triple-A

    Terry was optioned to Triple-A Round Rock prior to Friday's game against the A's. He had played pretty regularly since debuting in late July, but Terry hit just .089 with a 2:15 BB:K in 45 at-bats. Catcher Yohel Pozo will take Terry's place on the 26-man roster.
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  • Rangers' Curtis Terry: Late lineup addition

    Terry will bat ninth as the designated hitter Wednesday. The 24-year-old was originally on the bench for Wednesday's contest, but he'll end up receiving the start with Eli White (elbow) being a late scratch. Terry went 0-for-20 in his first six big-league games, but he's 3-for-7 with a double, an RBI and a run in the past two contests.
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  • Rangers' Curtis Terry: Not in Wednesday's lineup

    Terry isn't starting Wednesday's game against the Angels. Terry recorded hits in each of the last two games, and he went 3-for-7 with a double, a run and an RBI. Adolis Garcia will serve as the designated hitter while DJ Peters starts in right field.
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  • Rangers' Curtis Terry: Collects first two MLB hits

    Terry went 2-for-3 with a double and a run scored in Monday's 4-1 win over the Angels. After enduring 23 plate appearances without a hit, Terry finally has the first two base knocks of his career. The Rangers are cleaning house -- they designated veteran David Dahl for assignment Monday -- and guys like Terry will get plenty of opportunities over the final two months no matter how much they struggle.
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  • Rangers' Curtis Terry: Retreats to bench

    Terry is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Mariners. Terry had served as the Rangers' designated hitter in six of the team's seven games following his call-up from Triple-A Round Rock, but Texas' patience with him may be starting to wear thin. Through his first 23 plate appearances in the big leagues, Terry is hitless with two walks against eight strikeouts. Jonah Heim will get a turn at DH in Terry's stead Sunday.
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  • Rangers' Curtis Terry: Getting regular reps at DH

    Terry will serve as the Rangers' designated hitter and bat seventh Wednesday against the Diamondbacks. Terry has handled a near-everyday role at DH since his promotion from Triple-A Round Rock on Friday. He'll pick up his fourth start in five games Wednesday, but he'll need to start finding some success at the plate quickly to ensure he sticks as a lineup regular. Terry has gone 0-for-11 with no walks and six strikeouts to begin his big-league career.
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  • Rangers' Curtis Terry: Could see majors in second half

    Terry has posted a .314/.395/.618 slash line through 56 games for Triple-A Round Rock with 15 home runs and 49 RBI. An unheralded 13th-round pick in 2015, Terry's best position is 'hitter', but he's proven at every stop up the ladder that he can rake. His performance at Triple-A is especially impressive considering he had only half a season at High-A under his belt prior to this year. The 24-year-old has gone unclaimed in the last two Rule 5 drafts but the Rangers likely won't risk losing him again, so placement on the 40-man roster and a promotion to the majors in the second half to be part of the 1B/DH mix could be in the cards, especially if the team trades away players like Joey Gallo.
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