Latest Update Chris Johnson homers in losing effort to the Marlins Fri Jul, 25, 12:54 AM
Possesses good power in his swing and will drive in his share of runs. Can also hit for a good batting average. Is a decent glove at the hot corner.
Flaws: : Can get fooled by off-speed stuff and doesn't walk nearly enough. Can be prone to making too many errors at the hot corner. Lacks speed on the basepaths.
The home run was Johnson's eighth of the season and second over his last seven games with six RBI over that span. His 106 hits are second on the team behind only Freddie Freeman's 110 on the season.Analyst: Michael Pichan
The home run was Johnson's seventh of the season and his fourth over the last 30 days, which leads the team over that span. He is seeing plenty of at-bats and the surge in power without any sacrifice in the average department make him worth owing in most all formats regardless of what his critics say.Analyst: Michael Pichan
Johnson has picked up right where he left off prior to the All-Star break, having now logged three hits in his first two games of the second half. He is hitting .275 with three home runs, 13 RBI eight runs scored through 51 July at-bats making him a nice target off the waiver wire if his hot-hitting can continue into next week. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Johnson goes into the break having hit three home runs while driving in seven RBI over the past two games. On the season he is now hitting .277 with six home runs and 36 RBI.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba