Latest Update Conor Gillaspie went 2-for-5 with a triple and three RBI in the White Sox victory against the Royals on Tuesday. Wed Sep, 17, 12:35 AM
Has a good approach at the plate, the potential to hit for a great batting average and a keen batting eye. Makes contact consistently well.
Flaws: : Needs to make more strides with the glove in order to maximize his major-league potential. Doesn't have huge power potential.
Gillaspie is having a "breakout" season, hitting .291/.345/.429 with seven home runs in 481 PA. The main reason his line looks so great is that he's been heavily platooned this season. He's worthless against left-handed pitchers. Analyst: Spencer Silva
Gillaspie is on the long side of the White Sox's third base platoon, which obscures his impressive .294/.347/.437. He's been in a massive slump of late, so maybe his stick is waking up from its month and a half slumber. He's a useful platoon player in deep leagues with even deeper benches. Analyst: Spencer Silva
Didn't realize Gillaspie being out of the lineup is actual news because he's not thing good and doesn't play everyday.Analyst: Mark Kaplan
The only thing better than Gillaspie hitting a grand slam is if you were actually using him for your starting lineup when it happened. He's hitting for a solid .311 average, but his lack of power tends to leave fantasy owners lukewarm on using him as their corner infielder or third baseman. He's more of an AL-only or deep mixed league choice and even then, you still might be thinking in another direction due to the lack of overall production. He's probably best as a plug-and -play option should you just be looking to supplement the batting average but even then, that's a stretch. Analyst: Howard Bender