Latest Update Twins designated Chris Parmelee for assignment. Sat Dec, 13, 02:05 PM
Can play first base or a corner outfield position, which adds value. Has solid run-producing traits. Is also an adept fielder, especially at first base.
Flaws: : Needs to work on his game-to-game consistency in order to maximize production. Must also prove capable of hitting big-league left-handed pitching.
He became expendable as a result of the team signing Ervin Santana and needing a spot on the 40 man roster. He is likely to sign with another club as a bench player who can play all three outfield positions and first base.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson
Parmelee is an AL-Only option that doesn't see enough at-bats to warrant mixed league attention.Analyst: David Kerr
Parmelee is now 6-for-11 with three RBI and one run scored over his last four games, bringing his season line up to .259/.309/.390 with seven home runs and 25 RBI over 228 at-bats. Unless he regains a starting gig on a regular basis in the near future, there is really no reason to look nay further into his recent run. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Parmelee, who has bounced around defensively this season, has not been consistent enough to warrant ownership in any format outside of arguably a daily league play and considering that Joe Mauer's return may not be far behind it is only a matter of time before Parmelee becomes nothing but a player whose name was pretty cool to say. Analyst: Michael Pichan