Latest Update LeMahieu (ankle) is back in the lineup Tuesday Tue Aug, 19, 04:58 PM
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.
LeMahieu is having an absolutely terrible month of August hitting just.088 after today's 0 for 4 performance. Injury or not LeMahieu is not a guy you want on your roster right now.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
LeMahieu is now slashing .264/.318/.339 with four home runs, 30 RBI and eight stolen bases over 375 at-bats as he remains on the outside looking in for standard mix leagues. With only 17 extra-base hits on the season, there is very little to like about the Rockies starting second baseman at this time, but if he is able to pick up his batting average closer to his career-mark (.276 BA), there is at least one category he could help out in down the stretch. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Charlie Culberson will take over for LeMahieu at the bottom of the order and at second. Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson