Latest Update Brett Lawrie expected to be at 3B Mon Sep, 29, 10:22 AM
Defends his position well. Has good pop in his bat and is a capable hitter, too. Runs well and is constantly hustling. Displays versatility. Is a good athlete.
Flaws: : Can at times be too wound up (doesn't relax enough). Strikes out too much at the dish and doesn't compensate with enough walks. Doesn't use his speed enough.
It's a wait-and-see thing here as it all comes down to who the Blue Jays start chasing this offseason. Lawrie has the ability to play either second or third, so the club will evaluate the talent that's out on the open market and decide which hole best fits Lawrie then.Analyst: Howard Bender
This is certainly not a shocker. Since coming to the major leagues, Lawrie has battled constant injuries. Hopefully he will be able to spend the offseason getting fully healthy and be one hundred percent headed into next season.Analyst: David Kerr
While this doesn't technically end Lawrie's season, it pretty much does in the fantasy realm. He's not coming back for at least a few weeks, if at all, and won't have any impact if/when he does. If you haven't cut him by now, feel free. In essence, the Blue Jays just did.Analyst: Howard Bender
Another colossal disappointment of a season here for Lawrie and his fantasy owners. With no timetable for his return, there's no guarantee that Lawrie will be able to attempt to improve his dismal .247 average, his underwhelming 12 home runs or his [insert big yawn] 38 RBI total. His name recognition is still high, so if you're in a keeper league, there's probably someone looking for protects for next year willing to give you something of value.Analyst: Howard Bender