Latest Update Jose Abreu hit his 32nd home run of the season while adding a walk in the White Sox loss to the Orioles on Tuesday. Tue Aug, 19, 11:17 PM
Has an explosive bat and is pretty much a complete hitter, blessed with both great power and bat control. Is a natural run-producer who displays great presence at the dish.
Flaws: : Must always keep his weight in check in order to be useful with the glove at first base, and also to avoid injury. Also needs to make sure he can make the proper adjustments.
Abreu's brilliant rookie season continued on Tuesday night as he added another home run to his major league-lead as he now sits with 32 home runs and 90 RBI while slashing .303/.360/.596 through 433 at-bats. Although he has now hit just three of his 32 homers in the second half, he has at least contributed in the RBI department on a regular basis, making him one of the best players to own in all of fantasy down the stretch. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Abreu continues to be arguably the best offensive power in all of baseball in 2014, as he is now slashing .304/.361/.600 with 31 home runs and 89 RBI through 418 at-bats. Entering the season, we all knew he had power upside, but no one would have guessed this would be his rookie campaign as he ranks atop the leader boards in home runs, RBI, slugging percentage (.600) and OPS (.962) while sitting in the top 10 in batting average. Even if he cools off slightly down the stretch, Those who were fortunate enough to land him this past March are happy campers. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Abreu continued his brilliant rookie season on Monday night and is now hitting .500 with four extra-base hits (1 HR), seven RBI and four runs scored over his last seven games. The White Sox phenom is leading the league in home runs (31), RBI (86), SLG (.628) and OPS (.991) through his first 98 games in the big leagues and has shown no signs of slowing down, so fantasy owners should just sit back and enjoy the show in this memorable rookie season. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Abreu is a beast. He is proving many naysayers wrong by hitting for average, as well as power. The White Sox's first baseman has hit 31 home runs and 84 RBI this season to go along with his .305 average.Analyst: