Latest Update Granderson is back in the Mets starting lineup Thursday Thu Jul, 24, 04:07 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 finally healthy enough to get back into the lineup after missing the last two games with an illness. He's back in right field and leading off, looking to extend a solid July for himself. He's batting .250 (16 for 64) with three doubles, three home runs and seven RBI in 16 games this month.Analyst: Howard Bender
No specifics on exactly what the illness is, but obviously it has sapped his strength and stamina. He'll miss his second-straight game because of it, however, he could still be used off the bench if he is feeling better later in the day. Consider him day-to-day though still. Eric Young is in left field Wednesday.Analyst: Howard Bender
After a very disappointing start to his Mets tenure Granderson has begun to turn his season around displaying both his power with 13 home runs and his speed with eight stolen bases that made him a threat during his days with the Yankees. Granderson's average has never been too impressive as it currently sits at .235 but that number could continues to rise as he hit .300 for the month of June and is currently hitting .250 for the month of July which is right around his career average.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
The Mets are facing Erasmo Ramirez, who has been brutal this season, so fantasy owners will have to sit Granderson despite the great matchup. Analyst: Mark Kaplan