Latest Update Mayberry played in his third rehab game with Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Friday night. Sat Aug, 23, 09:47 AM
Has excellent raw power at the plate. Is also capable of playing all three outfield positions, as well as first base. Is a good all-around athlete. Can come off the bench.
Flaws: : His swing is a little long, so he has a tendency to strike out too much. Doesn't draw enough walks to compensate, either. Does not make the most of his ability.
Even on the mend, Mayberry isn't worth using outside of the deeper NL-only leagues. He doesn't see full-time at bats and his power is mid-level at best. Even if you're desperate, there has to be a better option out there.Analyst: Howard Bender
He last appeared in a game July 20th, and the wrist inflammation he was put on the disabled list with was thought to be minor. Darin Ruf has filled in in the meantime, and the Phillies will have to make an interesting roster decision when he's ready to be activated. Analyst: Spencer Silva
Mayberry has been out since July 21st with left wrist inflammation. He'll likely be out for a bit longer since he's still feeling pain. He may not be back until late August or early September. Analyst: Ben Diamond
After receiving a cortisone shot, Mayberry will sit for the next week and test his ailing wrist shortly after. If the shot is not successful, the team will have to explore other options, which may lead to a longer stint on the disabled list beyond the minimum 15 days. Analyst: Matthew Beck