Latest Update Conger hits fourth homer in losing effort Fri Sep, 19, 07:01 AM
Is well above-average at the plate for the catching position, especially since he can switch-hit and draw a fair amount of walks. Also boasts power.
Flaws: : Must improve his receiving skills and ability to call a game in order to stick as an everyday big-league catcher. Must also improve his throwing.
Conger is now slashing .223/.294/.330 with four home runs and 25 RBI through 224 at-bats. There is no reason he should be on anyone's fantasy roster considering he is only a backup at this point in his career. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Conger has been seeing a little more playing time recently and while his consistency could use a little help, he's show some flashes that make you think that with more regular at-bats, he could actually put together some nice offensive totals. Analyst: Howard Bender
Great game from the 26-year old, but if Angels manager Mike Scioscia was unwilling to play the hot hitting Mike Napoli when he was an Angel fat chance he starts giving too many additional starts to the young Conger over the veteran Chris Iannetta.Analyst: Michael Pichan
Conger has been everything the Angels could ask for in a backup catcher this season and is now the proud owner of a .324 average with two homers and eight RBI. Unless Chris Iannetta was to go down with an injury there is no reason Conger should be a consideration outside of deep AL-only leagues. Analyst: Matthew Beck