Latest Update Pence collects two hits in Game 7 victory Wed Oct, 29, 11:39 PM
Is a natural run producer. Has great onfield instincts, superb intensity and a big, strong frame. Works hard on his game and always leads by example with his hustle.
Flaws: : Can at times struggle with his overall level of discipline (at the plate, in the field and on the basepaths). Also, he can be somewhat streaky with the bat.
Pence is one of the most consistent players in baseball. He hit right around his career averages during the 2014 season and was a big part of the Giants' success this postseason. Expect Pence to be a solid pick for a fantasy owner in your league next year.Analyst: Colby Conway
Pence has had himself a great postseason slashing .328/.409/.466 with six extra-base hits (1 HR), eight RBI and 11 runs scored over 58 at-bats as he continues to be a key part in the Giants recent success. Although he isn't known as being a true power hitter, Pence has been able to find ways to get the job done, including three multi-hit games in the first five games of the World Series. Expect Pence to bring his A-game when the Giants try to wrap up the championship on Tuesday.Analyst: Matthew Beck
Pence has been huge for the Giants throughout the post-season and his Game 4 performance is just the icing on the cake so far. After this game, he's now 17-for-54 (.315) with one home run, eight RBI and nine runs scored. He's also drawn eight walks to just eight strikeouts. His .403 post-season OBP is a big reason as to why the Giants are in the position they are right now.Analyst: Howard Bender
As one of the most consistent players in baseball, this type of performance should come as no surprise. Pence hit his first home run of the postseason on Tuesday night and raised his average to .286. The best thing about Pence from a fantasy perspective is that he does a little bit of everything and he doesn't hurt you in any category. He'll likely be underrated once again headed into next season.Analyst: David Kerr