Latest Update Navarro is not in the Blue Jays starting lineup on Sunday Sun Aug, 17, 11:45 AM
Shows a good all-round talent level as both a hitter and catcher. Doesn't strike out much and has shown he can handle a pitching staff. Switch-hits.
Flaws: : Doesn't have a lot of home-run power with the bat. Is very streaky as a hitter. Lacks consistency in his defensive game, especially in throwing out runners.
Looks like a routine day off for Navarro who has started the last six-straight games. Nothing more than that. Josh Thole will handle the work behind the dish Sunday.Analyst: Howard Bender
Navarro continues to swing a hot bat hitting .303 with two runs, one home run and five RBI in the month of August after hitting .300 with eight runs, three home runs and 12 RBI in July. Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Over his last six games, Navarro is hitting .385 with a home run, five RBI and two runs scored as he remains a solid contributor for those in AL-only formats. Slashing .275/.315/.393 with eight home runs and 46 RBI on the season, Navarro has figured out how to stay in the league after many teams gave up on him due to his lack of offensive production. He appears to be a great fit in the Blue Jays high-powered offense and could become a deep mixed league add if he is able to keep up his second half surge. Analyst: Matthew Beck
While he hasn't really been productive in the counting stats, Navarro is doing his best to at least not kill you in the batting average as he has hit safely in five of his last six with multi-hit performances in three of those games. He is currently batting .272 on the year with seven home runs and 45 RBI.Analyst: Howard Bender