Coby Mayo

3B · Baltimore Orioles

Bats R Throws R
DOB 2001-12-10 Age 22.3
2024 Fantasy Rankings

NFBC ADP (15-team): 34.05, 500th

Season Projections

THE BAT85.631127114142760414103426.910.236.306.386.692.150

ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

Fantasy Baseball News Last 90 Days

  • Coby Mayo Launches Two Home Runs On Friday

    Baltimore Orioles third base prospect Coby Mayo launched his fourth and fifth home runs of the season on Friday evening. Mayo has been one of many Baltimore prospects crushing the ball at Triple-A. The 22-year-old is now sporting a .386/.444/.754 stat line through his first 13 games. He also has 10 RBI. Mayo is proving himself to be an elite power prospect as he is nearing double-digit home runs already and launched 29 last season. Mayo may have to wait a bit longer to make his major league debut, as the Orioles have a deep infield that just welcomed Jackson Holliday. Nonetheless, the third baseman will be a popular waiver-wire add when he receives the call to the majors later this summer, especially due to his power potential.

    Apr 13 · Source via Prospects Baltimore Orioles Coby Mayo
  • Coby Mayo Hits Game Winning Home Run On Thursday

    Baltimore Orioles third base prospect Coby Mayo launched the tie-breaking home run in the top of the ninth inning to power Triple-A Norfolk to their fifth victory of the season. The former fourth-round pick has been off to an electric start to the season and is making a case for an early-season call-up. The third baseman is riding a .367/.387/.700 across the first six games of the season. Mayo has already tallied two round-trippers and could very well surpass his previous total of 29. Mayo's fantasy value takes a slight hit in redraft formats as the Baltimore prospect system is quite deep, and he may not be the first name to reach the majors this season. Nonetheless, when he does receive the call, he is worth a pickup due to his potential power output alone.

    Apr 5 · Source via Prospects Baltimore Orioles Coby Mayo
  • Coby Mayo Off To Hot Start

    Baltimore Orioles third base prospect Coby Mayo has been off to a hot start for Triple-A Norfolk. The 6'5" slugger hit his first homer on Sunday and is 5-for-14 with three RBI in his first week of play. Mayo, 22, is one of the many big-name prospects for the Orioles and like his fellow Triple-A teammates, Jackson Holliday, and Heston Kjerstad, he is blocked at the big-league level. Mayo got some action at first base this spring and that could help accelerate his ascension to the big leagues, but he may also need a trade to get playing time in the show. Regardless, Mayo offers plenty of pop to his game and is a better option in dynasty leagues than redraft at the moment. Should he be promoted or dealt, he would be worth giving a chance to in redraft leagues.

    Apr 1 · Source via Prospects Baltimore Orioles Coby Mayo
  • Offseason In Review: Baltimore Orioles

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    Between a new owner, a new lease at Camden Yards, and one of the offseason’s biggest trades, the Orioles made plenty of news on and off the field this winter.  Now the question is whether the reigning AL East champions can take the next step forward to challenge for a World Series title. Major League…

    Mar 21 · MLB Trade Rumors Offseason Baltimore Orioles Felix Bautista Kyle Bradish Peyton Burdick Corbin Burnes Yennier Cano Diego Castillo Colton Cowser Tucker Davidson Ronald Guzman Austin Hays Gunnar Henderson Jackson Holliday Cole Irvin Daniel Johnson Seth Johnson Craig Kimbrel Heston Kjerstad Dean Kremer Matt Krook Jorge Mateo Nick Maton Coby Mayo Chayce McDermott Ryan McKenna John Means Cedric Mullins Tyler Nevin Aaron Nola Connor Norby Kaleb Ort Michael Perez Cade Povich Grayson Rodriguez Anthony Santander Kyle Stowers Andrew Suarez Julio Teheran Ramon Urias Terrin Vavra Tyler Wells Jordan Westburg Kolten Wong Bruce Zimmermann
  • Coby Mayo's Chances To Make The Team Hinge On Jackson Holliday

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    According to MASN's Roch Kubatko, Baltimore Orioles infield prospect Coby Mayo's chances of making the Opening Day roster out of spring training this year lessen if No. 1 overall prospect Jackson Holliday makes the team. Mayo has focused on third base and some first base in camp, but he's likely to require some more time at Triple-A Norfolk, especially since Gunnar Henderson will be fine for Opening Day after dealing with an oblique injury early in camp. The Orioles' No. 4 prospect, per MLB Pipeline, hit .267/.393/.512 at Triple-A Norfolk last year in 62 games. The 22-year-old has impressive power from the right side and also raised his walk rate and dropped his strikeout rate in the minors in 2023. If he sticks in Baltimore's system, his best path to playing time long term will probably be at first base.

    Mar 18 · Source via Prospects Baltimore Orioles Jackson Holliday Coby Mayo
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