Latest Update Robinson Chirinos homers in loss to Mets Sun Jul, 06, 10:36 PM
Has home-run power and a pretty good batting eye at the minor-league level. Calls a good game and displays leadership qualities.
Flaws: : Like a lot of catchers, who focus on receiving, he's a very inconsistent hitter who isn't much of a threat at the big-league level.
Chirinos has now hit a homerun in back to back games bringing his season total to nine. Along with those nine home runs Chirinos has hit .251 with 27 RBI while sharing time at catcher and first base. Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Chirinos has now homered in back-to-back games, while driving in five runs and scoring three times in that span. He is now hitting .248 with six home runs and 20 RBI through his first 133 at-bats, and should now start to gain interest from those outside of AL-only leagues as he continues to flash some power, although he is not proven enough to determine if it will be lasting. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Chirinos continues to be productive in the month of June, having now smacked three home runs with seven RBI over his last 23 art-bats. Although his batting average is somewhat underwhelming (.234 BA) if his recent power surge continues, there is no reason he shouldn't be a consideration for those in either deep leagues or AL-only formats while he receives regular at-bats. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Chirinos has been a serviceable backstop for the Rangers, but he's rally nothing more than a second catcher in a two-catcher AL-only league. He's batting .231 on the year with three home runs, 12 RBI and a 25-percent strikeout rate. If you are using him, hopefully you're in the process of negotiating yourself a deal for a better option.Analyst: Howard Bender