Latest Update Garrett Jones is not in the Marlins' starting lineup on Tuesday. Tue Jul, 29, 05:06 PM
Is blessed with a big frame, good home-run power and solid overall athleticism. Has worked hard to become a patient hitter. Is versatile in the field.
Flaws: : Needs to show he can produce consistently (especially against left-handed pitching), because he is far too hot and cold for the big-league level.
That is odd considering he hits right handed pitchers very well and currently has a six game hitting streak. The Marlins are rolling with Jeff Baker as their starting first baseman.Analyst: Mark Kaplan
Jones is now riding a six-game hitting streak, bringing his batting average up to .255 with 11 home runs and 41 RBI through 345 at-bats. Although Jones' production has been better since joining the Marlins, the fact remains that he is still struggling against southpaws (.200 BA) which is going to hurt his fantasy value if he continues to get regular playing time. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Though he doesn't play every day, Jones has a little five-game hit streak going right now and at least manages to get the more work in the platoon thanks to him being a strong left-handed bat. The .252 average is less than ideal, but the 11 home runs and 40 RBI make for a somewhat decent play as a corner infielder in deeper leagues.Analyst: Howard Bender
G.I. Jones knocked in just his second and third RBIs of the month on Monday, combine that with his .250 average and you have a player who is best left as a DFS option in favorable RHP matchups going forward.Analyst: Michael Pichan