Latest Update Curtis Granderson went 2-for-3 with three runs scored and two walks in the Mets win against the Braves on Sunday. Sun Sep, 21, 06:23 PM
A line-drive hitter with very good power, he has above-average speed as well. Can get red-hot with the bat for stretches. Is also a solid defensive outfielder.
Flaws: : His strikeout totals can be way too high, since his swing is quite long. Also has some trouble hitting with consistency, especially against southpaws.
Granderson is now hitting .225 and is doing exactly what was expected of him. Everyone expected him to come to the Mets, hit around 20 home runs and hit for a poor average. He may never return to his 2012 form, and should be drafted next year based on this year's stats, as a 2012 year will never show up again for the aging outfielder.Analyst: Colby Conway
Granderson is batting just .222 but has 18 home runs on the season. It's been the kind of year we should have expected him to have, but given those inflated home run numbers that he posted playing in the Bronx, it wasn't crazy to expect more. I'm sure he will be over-drafted next season based on name alone.Analyst: David Kerr
Granderson has struggled immensely in the second half, now slashing .165/.249/.247 with three home runs and 10 RBI over his last 170 at-bats, which has landed him on wavier wires throughout most league formats. There is a chance Sunday's performance could get him back on track, but prospective owners shouldn't hold their breath's. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Since returning from the All-Star break Granderson is slashing .162/.243/.246 with just three home runs and 10 RBI while totaling 42 strikeouts in 167 at-bats. His recent performance has him moved all the way down to the sixth spot in the Mets lineup, which could lead to more RBI opportunities if able to start swinging the bat on a more consistent basis. Until he shows us something, he should remain benched in most fantasy formats. Analyst: Matthew Beck