Latest Update Jonathan Lucroy went 3-for-4 with two RBI and a walk in the Brewers win over the Reds on Sunday. Sun Sep, 14, 06:26 PM
Has growing home-run power and plenty of plate discipline. Doesn't strike out a lot. Also displays the leadership required to call a good game from behind the dish. Can even steal a base.
Flaws: : Could use more bulk (only 6-0,195 pounds) to withstand the rigors of a full season in the big leagues. Is still learning some of the important intricacies of the catching position.
Lucroy is one of baseball's best offensive catchers. He raised his average to .303 and how has 67 RBIs on the year. Lucroy produces in almost all fantasy categories and he will be one of the first catchers off the board in 2015.Analyst: Colby Conway
Lucroy raised his batting average to .300 on the season, second only to Buster Posey among qualifying catchers.Analyst: Steve Pimental
His average continues to hover right around .300 and he is one of the best offensive options at his position. Lucroy also has first base eligibility is a nice bonus to player of his already high value. Lucroy has 13 home runs on the year and must be started in all leagues of all formats.Analyst: Colby Conway
If it wasn't for the fact that Lucroy's power has provided just 13 home runs instead of 20, he would easily be the No. 1 catcher in fantasy next season. He seems to have everything else with his .301/.369/.481 slash line and 62 RBI, but the power output just needs to be a little bit higher. Perhaps some of his 49 doubles this year will turn into home runs next year and that maybe puts him over the top, but for now, we'll just say he's a top-5 fantasy backstop.Analyst: Howard Bender