Latest Update Herrera signed with the Cubs on a minor league deal Mon Dec, 08, 08:54 PM
Is a consistent switch-hitter with the ability to put the ball in play more often than not. Runs pretty well and can play all over the infield.
Flaws: : Is still a little too raw afield, which can hinder his chances of seeing regular playing time at the highest level. Lacks home-run power.
Herrera played in 42 games for the Red Sox in 2014, but only had 90 at bats. He slached an uninspiring .233/.307/.289 in those games, and opted for free agency when Boston wanted to send him back to Triple-A. No guaratee he will not end up there with the Cubs to start 2015.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson
The Red Sox thought of him as a minor league player after he posted a terrible slash line of .233/.307/.289 in 42 games this season. Herrera believes he can make the major league roster with another team and will look elsewhere. Analyst: Mark Kaplan
Herrera hit .233 in 42 games for the Red Sox last season and .309 in 13 games for their Triple-A affiliate Pawtucket.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Herrera played 42 games with the Red Sox before suffering the elbow injury. Herrera is a super-utility infielder who excels at defense but commits many a crime with the stick. Analyst: Spencer Silva