Latest Update Casey McGehee is not in the Marlins lineup on Thursday. Thu Sep, 18, 04:32 PM
Displays a solid approach at the plate with power, a good eye and RBI ability. Can play solid defense and is also versatile in the infield.
Flaws: : Lacks speed and is not an asset on the basepaths. Needs to continue working on his consistency in all areas for more success in the bigs.
While he's in the midst of a six-game hit streak, McGehee will get the day off Thursday for some much-needed rest. Enrique Hernandez is at third base Thursday.Analyst: Howard Bender
The home run just his fourth of the season, in 615 plate appearances. Before taking his sabbatical to Japan in 2013, McGahee was known to be decent power hitter. Perhaps he learned some bat-to-ball skills during his time abroad, as he's nearly hitting .300 in his first full season back stateside. Analyst: Spencer Silva
McGehee's comeback season continues and he's now sitting on a nine-game hit streak to pull his average up to .297 on the season. Fantasy owners have to be happy with that, just as they are with his .367 on-base percentage. The problem, however, is the .370 slugging percentage he's "rocking" right now. His 68 RBI are okay right now, but with just three home runs, he's not exactly tearing the cover off the ball. Still, it's hard to argue as he's still kicking in for three of the five categories.Analyst: Howard Bender
Mcgehee is a dual position fantasy player hitting .294 with 62 RBIs, so why isn't he in every line up? Here's why: He only has three home runs on the year, and besides batting average, he does not provide much in category or points leagues. He has seven hits in his last five games.Analyst: Colby Conway