Latest Update Hunter Pence drives in three with triple Fri Aug, 01, 11:22 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.
While he isn't hitting as many home runs as he did last season, Pence is putting together a nice season. He should end up with 100 runs, twenty home runs, and fifteen stolen bases. It is worth mentioning that last season, Pence hit 14 home runs in 374 at bats before the All-Star break, and he hit thirteen home runs in 255 at bats afterwards.Analyst: Joshua Balay
Pence continues to be one of the few reliable hitters in the Giants offense in 2014, as he now sits on a .305 average with 13 home runs, 38 RBI and nine stolen bases through 407 at-bats. Although his production is down from his previous two seasons, Pence contributes across to board enough to warrant must-start status in all formats as the season progresses. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Pence continued his recent surge since returning from the All-Star break, registering his MLB-leading 37th multi-hit game of the season. He is now 8-for-18 (.444) with three extra-base hits, four RBI, four runs scored and a stolen base in his last four games which has taken his batting average back over the .300 mark (.303 BA). Although his production may be down in the RBI department (37 RBI), his contributions across the board make him a very valuable fantasy option the rest of the way. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Pence is now 3-for-9 with two doubles, two RBI and two runs scored to start the second half as he continues to be a solid performer across the board. Although his RBI production is down from last season (35 RBI), he is still hitting .297 with 12 home runs and eight stolen bases, which gives his fantasy owners something to be happy about. Analyst: Matthew Beck