Latest Update Brandon Moss is not in the Athletics' starting lineup Tuesday. Tue Sep, 23, 04:39 PM
Has a solid left-handed swing with good power, run-producing skills and sound fundamentals. Can play either corner outfield position, as well as first base. Draws plenty of walks.
Flaws: : Doesn't hit left-handed pitching with regularity in Major League Baseball. Must also reduce his strikeouts total to thrive at the highest level. Lacks consistency in all areas of the game.
As you've seen all season long, Moss takes a seat against left-handed pitching. With Wade LeBlanc on the hill for the Angels, Moss gets the night off. He'll be available off the bench though.Analyst: Howard Bender
More platooning for the A's, as Moss is going to sit out vs the left handed starting pitcher, C.J. Wilson.Analyst: Mark Kaplan
It was an ugly performance by the A's, but the good news is that Brandon Moss has emphatically ended his two-month home run drought, homering now in consecutive games. He's got 25 big flies on the season and has an outside shot at 30 if he goes on a binge. Analyst: Spencer Silva
Moss has been a solid source of power with 24 home runs, but the .239 average is something owners will have to live with if they are going to pencil Moss in their fantasy lineup. He has 79 RBIs on the year, and the A's will hope he can raise that average the rest of the way.Analyst: Colby Conway