Latest Update DJ LeMahieu left Friday night's game with a left knee sprain and is day-to-day. Sat Sep, 27, 11:25 AM
Has good speed, athleticism and projectable power due to his 6-4 frame. Can play a few different infield positions, which adds value to his profile.
Flaws: : Needs to curb his penchant for the strikeout in order to maximize his potential, since he's also a bit impatient and lacks the ability to draw a lot of walks.
Obviously it depends on how he feels Saturday, but LeMahieu is likely to take a seat rather than subject his knee to further damage. Charlie Culberson would likely be the one to fill in if LeMahieu is out.Analyst: Howard Bender
LeMahieu will sit for Adames after playing in five straight games.Analyst: Ben Diamond
After months of blah, LeMahieu is actually putting up some numbers that could make him fantasy relevant. He's hit safely in five-straight games and is batting .474 (9-for-19) with one home run, five RBI, four runs scored and two stolen bases. While we'd love to see him keep up this charade and be a solid middle infield waiver add here in September, we're realists and understand that this is LeMahieu we're talking about. The ceiling is only so high.Analyst: Howard Bender
LeMahieu has started to heat back up after a miserable month of August, when he slashed .177/.226/.241 over 79 at-bats. He has now hit safely in each of the Rockies two games since the turn of the calendar, but will need to show a little more before making him a solid deep leagues option in the final month of the season. Analyst: Matthew Beck