Latest Update Ben Zorbist went 2-for-3 with a RBI, two walks and two runs scored in the Ray's loss to the TIgers on Tuesday night. Wed Aug, 20, 02:16 AM
Is versatile enough to start at several different positions. Has good baseball instincts and is a hard worker. Boasts good plate discipline and nice pop in his bat from both sides of the plate. Runs well, too.
Flaws: : Can be a bit of an all-or-nothing batter at times and could stand to improve his walk/strikeout ratio. His versatility can at times hinder his defensive ability, since he doesn't play every day at any one spot.
Zobrist is having himself a nice run in the month of August, slashing .333/.410/.431 with seven extra-base hits, eight RBI, 13 runs scored and a pair of stolen bases. Although he is a far cry form a 20 home run hitter like in the past, he still makes for a solid fantasy option in all league formats when taking into consideration his multiple position eligibility. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Zobrist has been on a mission of late, with Monday's multi-hit performance being his fourth in his last five games and his sixth in his last 10 overall. He is now hitting .418 with five doubles, three RBI and eight runs scored in the month of August and remains a very solid fantasy option considering his position flexibility in most league formats. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Zobrist had a slow start to the season, but was great in July, batting .337 with 14 runs and 13 RBI's, and has been good in August as well, with a .370 average over seven games. The versatile veteran should continue to be a solid producer in all five categories, providing sneaky production for fantasy owners. Analyst: Ben Diamond
Zobrist has been on the leagues hottest hitters, to the chagrin of every team unable to pull off a trade for the MLB's resident swiss army knife. Over the last two weeks, he's slashing .362/.434/.553 with two home runs and four steals. He may have enough left in the tank for another 15/15 season. Enjoy his last season of shortstop eligibility. Analyst: Spencer Silva