Latest Update David Freese went yard for just the 5th time this season Sun Jul, 20, 03:01 AM
Big and strong, he has a power bat and good RBI ability. Also shows the ability to hit consistently for average. Tends to deliver in the clutch.
Flaws: : Possesses below-average speed. Needs to work on his walk/strikeout ratio more in order to maximize his run-producing output in the bigs.
David Freese hit a bottom of the 12th inning home run, his fifth of the year, but it was not enough as the Angels came out on the short end of their second extra-inning game in two days against the Mariners with both games ending in a score of 3-2 and the Angels winning the first one. As for David it looks like the early season freeze is finally over as he is hitting .356 with three home runs in 14 games this month making him worth owning, at least while he is hot, in most formats.Analyst: Michael Pichan
Surprising to see Freese out of the lineup tonight given his recent success which has seen him compile a .389 average with two home runs and nine RBI over his past 15 games. He will give way to John McDonlad tonight. Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
This is a poor time for Freese to be hobbled with an injury as he has hit .395 (17-for-43) in his past 13 games. With that said, this isn't a serious issue and he should be back in the lineup this week.Analyst: David Kerr
Freese enjoyed his second multi-hit game in a row and third in his last five. Unfortunately, this little surge at the plate has only brought his average up to .246 on the year. That, coupled with just three home runs 24 RBI puts him on the lower end of production for third basemen, even in a year where most at the position seem to be struggling. In truth though, this may really be where Freese is at production-wise. He had a nice year in 2012 and had some nice post-season heroics, but he's not really a 20-HR guy at all and while he may hit for a higher average in the second half, you're simply not going to be able to rely on him to be some power-hitting third baseman for your team.Analyst: Howard Bender