Victor Robles hit .255/.326/.419 with 17 home runs, 65 RBIs, 25 HBP (2nd in the NL), and 28 stolen bases (5th) in 37 tries, and had the highest Soft Contact Percentage (24.2%) and the lowest Hard Contact Percentage (24.9%) of all National League batters.
He has the best Defensive Runs Saved (DRS) rating among center fielders in the big leagues in 2019. With 12 assists and six mistakes, he topped all big league center fielders.
He was a finalist for the NL Gold Glove Award in center field, along with Harrison Bader and Lorenzo Cain, for his outstanding play, but Cain won the award.
In 168 at-bats in 2020, he batted.220/.293/.315 with three home runs and 15 RBIs, and his slugging percentage was the lowest among all NL qualified players. In the National League, he was the seventh-youngest player.
Robles batted .203/.310/.295 in 315 at-bats in 2021, with two home runs and 19 RBIs. He was optioned to the Rochester Red Wings of the Triple-A East division on August 31.
Robles is a five-tool player, with speed being his most valuable asset and power trailing behind. His speed has been compared to that of former Nationals shortstop Trea Turner, who was one of the league’s fastest runners.
What Team Does Victor Robles Play For?
Victor Robles plays for the Washington Nationals.