Latest Update Michael Brantley is not in the Indians starting lineup on Sunday. Sun Sep, 28, 09:55 AM
Has a very good batting eye, excellent patience and good speed. Also has a rangy, athletic frame with run-producing skills. Is also very good glove man in the outfield.
Flaws: : Needs to show he can hit with more power to add to his overall value. Defensively, he doesn't have a great arm. Doesn't have one elite quality to speak of, unfortunately.
Brantley will finish the season slashing .327/.385/.506 with 20 home runs, 97 RBI and 23 stolen bases through 611 at-bats. This was certainly his coming out party and will now see him stock rise up draft boards significantly come next March at the age of 27. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Brantley continues to produce for Cleveland and will be a #1 OF for a fantasy team in 2015. With an eye-popping .329 average to go along with 20 home runs, 97 RBIs, and 23 stolen bases, Brantley will be a top outfielder selection in 2015.Analyst: Colby Conway
Brantley is experiencing a breakout 2014 campaign that has seen him swat 20 home runs, hit for a .323 average, steal 22 bases, and drive in 97 runs. He is going to be one of the first ten outfielders off the board next year. Analyst: Colby Conway
With Brantley's 20th home run of the season he becomes the newest member of the 20/20 club, which is the first time he has reach this milestone. The Indians outfielder has had himself an amazing season, slashing .322/.380/.502 with 95 RBI and 91 runs scored to accompany his 20/20 tag, which is going to earn him some MVP votes after the season comes to an end. Analyst: Matthew Beck