Latest Update Adam Lind (back) is not in the Blue Jays' starting lineup on Monday Mon Sep, 22, 06:06 PM
A natural hitter with a sweet left-handed swing and superb batting eye, he sprays the ball all over the field--piling up doubles, home runs and RBI, while also batting for average.
Flaws: : Lacks mobility, which limits him defensively and on the bases. Strikes out his fair share as well. Can go into prolonged hitting slumps. Struggles to hit left-handed pitching.
Lind has been dealing a back issue and the Blue Jays are facing a left handed starting pitcher, James Paxton, so there's no reason for the Jays to play him tonight. Analyst: Mark Kaplan
Lind will take a day off against Yankees' lefty Chris Capuano, heeding to John Mayberry at first base. Lind should be back in the lineup tomorrow, providing great average and decent pop in fantasy. Analyst: Ben Diamond
He usually sits out when the Jays face a left handed starting pitcher and tonight is no different as they face the southpaw Wei-Yin Chen. Danny Valencia is getting the start in his place and will bat cleanup.Analyst: Mark Kaplan
While Lind only collected one hit on the day, he made the most of it. Lind took Rays reliever Grant Balfour deep in the 8th inning for his sixth home run of the year. Lind could be on your roster as he mashes right handed pitching, but be wary of the fact that he only plays when the opposing team is throwing a right-hander.Analyst: Colby Conway