Latest Update Zobrist provides the only offense in win Mon Sep, 15, 11:53 PM
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 has multi-positional eligibility which is a big plus for fantasy owners. Zobrist is hitting .270 on the year to go with 10 home runs, 47 RBIs, and nine stolen bases. Continue starting Zobrist as long as he is healthy and playing.Analyst: Colby Conway
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