Latest Update Marlins are still trying to sign Hechavarria and Yelich to multiyear deals Mon Nov, 17, 10:04 PM
His glove is outstanding at the shortstop position, and he's both mobile and fluid in his movement. Also boasts a great arm. Also has good instincts and base-running ability.
Flaws: : Will be hard-pressed to produce regularly in the big leagues if he doesn't improve his somewhat suspect bat. Lacks home-run power and doesn't have great base-stealing acumen, either.
The Marlins are proving to Giancarlo Stanton that they are committed to trying to make this team into a contender. After dishing out a lumpsum of Stanton, Hechavarria and Yelich are important for the Marlins to sign. This will be a situation worth monitoring.Analyst: Colby Conway
It was an absolute hit parade for the Marlins, who recorded season high in both runs (15) and hits (22). Hechavarria has improved markedly from last season, when he was the least valuable player in the National League by fWAR. Today's outburst raised his season line to .279/.310/.360 with just one home run and seven steals. He should be avoided at all costs for fantasy purposes.Analyst: Spencer Silva
The solid defender is getting a day off and Ed Lucas is going to replace in the lineup and hit eighth.Analyst: Mark Kaplan
Hechavarria raised his average to .281 on the year and collected his 31st, and 32nd RBI. He provides a solid average out of the shortstop position, but doesn't add much in any other fantasy category.Analyst: Colby Conway