Latest Update Viciedo is not in the lineup for Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader Sat Sep, 13, 12:49 PM
Has big-time home-run power and the ability to drive in runs regularly. Is versatile enough to play any corner position. Boasts a very strong arm.
Flaws: : Needs a lot of work defensively, especially when he plays in the infield in the big leagues. Strikes out too much and generally lacks patience.
Viciedo will take the seat against righthander Phil Hughes, but is expected to start Game 2 against lefty Logan Darnell. Jordan Danks will get the start in left field for Game 1.Analyst: Howard Bender
Viciedo took Jon Lester deep on a cutter that hung up middle-in. Yes, he's now hit 20+ home runs in two of three seasons, yet it doesn't mean much considering he's currently sporting a reprehensible .233/.278/.412 triple slash. He's below replacement level in both fantasy and real baseball. Analyst: Spencer Silva
With Alejandro de Aza gone, Viciedo should continue to play every day. He will never help your batting average but he is a cheap power source and a great daily play against lefties.Analyst: Steve Pimental
Viciedo has now homered in two of his last three games, bringing his season total up to 18 home runs with 51 RBI through 456 at-bats. Although his home run total is intriguing, unless he produces outside of that one category there will be plenty of better options to deploy in starting outfields down the stretch. Analyst: Matthew Beck