Latest Update Tyler Colvin enjoys multi-hit day Thu Jun, 12, 07:54 PM
Is a very good athlete who displays both power and overall hitting ability. Can play all three outfield positions and first base, too.
Flaws: : Needs to improve his walk/strikeout ratio and prove capable of hitting left-handers consistently in order to maximize playing time.
Colvin had been absent from the lineup over the past couple days but started today and contributed to the Giants' 7-1 victory over the Nationals. The RBI was Colvin's eighth of the season and the two hits improved his average from .235 to .254 on the season. Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Colvin has struggled lately hitting only .172 with one RBI over his past 29 at bats. On the season his average has dropped to .239 with a home run and 7 RBI.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Colvin has been a hitting machine since being called up by the Giants as he is batting .385 (10-for-26) with a home run, six doubles, a triple, five RBI, and five runs scored in just nine games making him worth an add while he is rolling hot and for his power potential.Analyst: Michael Pichan
Hopefully you have a fallen into the habit of following our news feed, especially prior to game time. If so, you would have benefited from Colvin's production Monday in your DFS contest had you heeded our advice, "Tyler Colvin is getting the start in left and batting 7th. Colvin could be viewed as a sleeper play due to his power potential and you get the LvsR matchup against Braves righty starter Gavin Floyd."Analyst: Michael Pichan