Latest Update Sean Rodriguez went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in the Rays loss to the Indians on Sunday. Sun Sep, 28, 06:15 PM
Can play pretty much any position on the field capably, and is especially good in the infield. Has power and a knack for driving in runs. Can also run a little.
Flaws: : Strikes out too much and could stand to be more patient at the plate. While good with the glove, he really has no one position to call his own.
Rodriguez's .211 average isn't pretty, but the 12 home runs and 41 RBIs in 96 games isn't terrible. He is a utility man for the Rays and doesn't have a large role cut out in the offense until someone gets hurt. While an average 2014 for Rodriguez, stay away from drafting him in 2015, but pay attention to him on the waiver wire in case a Rays infielder gets injured.Analyst: Colby Conway
Rodriguez, manager Joe Maddon's favorite super-sub, was just 2-for-16 over his previous six games and struggling to keep his batting average over .230. Even when he's getting regular playing time he's a tough guy to use as that regular playing time still sees him getting a game or two off each week anyway. He's always had some decent power potential, but there's just not enough consistency.Analyst: Howard Bender
S-Rod has been one of the primary beneficiaries of Yunel Escobar's shoulder injury and he's trying to take as much advantage of the added playing time as possible. He's hit safely in each of his last three games and is finally showing some traces off the power we know he has lurking beneath. He should continue to share the work at second base with Logan Forsythe while Escobar remains out and could be a decent platoon option if you;re struggling for production from the keystone.Analyst: Howard Bender
Despite his nice effort on Tuesday, Rodriguez remains in a platoon in the Rays outfield, which limits any potential fantasy value moving forward. He now owns a .250 average with six homers and 20 RBI through 76 at-bats, so there is potential for growth if given more opportunity in the future. Analyst: Matthew Beck