Latest Update Zobrist is not in the Rays starting lineup on Sun Sun Aug, 31, 10:53 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.
Just a routine day off for Zobrist who has started every game since June 20. He doesn't hit particularly well against Clay Buchholz anyway (just 4-for-34 career), so it's a good day to relax.Analyst: Howard Bender
It's actually the first time in 10 years that Zobrist has played the position. With Desmond Jennings resting his shoulder and Kevin Kiermaier nursing a neck injury, the always versatile Zobrist will handle center field Monday. Probably just a one-day thing, but helpful if your league's outfield roster spots are position specific.Analyst: Howard Bender
He was a key reason for their win over the Blue Jays. The versatile outfielder/infielder has been hitting a lot better as of late and should be started in all fantasy formats. Analyst: Mark Kaplan
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