Latest Update Nava drives in three runs in Sox win Sun Jul, 20, 09:52 PM
Boasts a pretty solid bat, which is enhanced by his ability to switch-hit. Is plenty patient.
Flaws: : Doesn't have much athleticism, so he's not much of a glove man or base-runner.
Nava has been impressive in his two starts since returning from the All-Star break, logging three hits over his first three games. The Red Sox outfielder is now slashing .355/.429/.387 in the month of July, so he should continue to see regular at-bats at least until he cools off. He makes for a decent outfield pickup for those in deep league formats, just don't expect see last years' 12 homer-66 RBI type of production because you will be sadly mistaken. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Nava batted just .168 with two homers and three RBI in 95 at-bats before his demotion, so a drastic chance will be needed if he wants to make a splash with the Red Sox later in the season. Even if promoted at a later date it is hard to believe he will receive enough at-bats to warrant fantasy consideration. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Super Nava is replacing Mike Carp on the active roster. He was coming a breakout 2013 season, but struggled to begin the season and was sent down. Nava is a platoon player that has minimal fantasy value.Analyst: Mark Kaplan
Nava and his one walk and no hits in eight at bats is the victim of the Rubby De La Rosa promotion.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson