Latest Update Coghlan (toe) is back in the lineup Tuesday Tue Aug, 19, 04:37 PM
A natural hitter with instincts and vision, he can rack up hits consistently, is disciplined at the dish and also has decent pop. Possesses enough speed for stolen bases and enough athleticism to play almost anywhere.
Flaws: : Needs to become a more consistent hitter. Is also honing the finer points of the game, especially as a defender and base-runner. Doesn't have big home-run power, so he isn't likely to become a great run producer.
Coghlan missed Monday's game with a sore toe, but the injury is obviously considered minor. He is playing left field and leading off Tuesday when the Cubs face the Giants.Analyst: Howard Bender
It's not purported to be a serious issue. Coghlan is having a resurgent season with the Cubs, and has likely played his way into a starting role in 2015, even if it's not in Chicago.Analyst: Spencer Silva
The former ROY has rejuvenated his career this season, especially of late, and is worth a pickup in most all formats as he has a slash line of .378/..469/.659 with four home runs, 14 RBI, 14 runs scored, and two stolen bases (two) over his last 24 games and should continue to see plenty of playing time with the Cubs going forward.Analyst: Michael Pichan
Coghlan will take a seat with the Rockies throwing lefty Brett Anderson at them Tuesday. Junior Lake and Justin Ruggiano will handle the work in the outfield corners.Analyst: Howard Bender