Latest Update Daniel Nava went 1-for-4 with a grand slam home run in the Red Sox victory against the Royals on Sunday. Sun Sep, 14, 06:35 PM
Boasts a pretty solid bat, which is enhanced by his ability to switch-hit. Is plenty patient. Can go stretches when he's red-hot. Plays first base as well as the outfield corners.
Flaws: : Struggles to hit consistently against left-handed pitching, which reduces his at-bats at the big-league level. Doesn't have much athleticism, so he's not much of a base-runner.
Nava was a solid fantasy play earlier in the season but he cooled off as the season went on. His average is down to .263 and he only has 30 RBIs for the season. Nava is best left on your league's waiver wire.Analyst: Colby Conway
Just a day of rest here as Nava has started the last six-straight games. He'll take a seat Thursday with Mookie Betts over in right field.Analyst: Howard Bender
Nava has started the last nine games, so he's just getting a day of rest here. Allen Craig will get the start in right field Thursday.Analyst: Howard Bender
Nava has been one of the teams best hitters since June averaging over .300 for each month. Nava hit .303 last year for the Red Sox but started this year in a terrible slump that ultimately cost him a demotion to the minors. Given that he has shown he can hit for a solid average in the past Nava could be a decent waiver pick up for those in need of some outfield help. Analyst: Jonathan Impemba