Latest Update Chisenhall homers in Indians loss Mon Sep, 08, 10:02 PM
Is blessed with very good home-run and run-production upside, especially from the third base position. Also displays an ability to hit for average.
Flaws: : Needs to become a more consistent player in all facets of the game, especially at the hot corner. Must prove he can hit lefties with regularity.
Chisenhall has cooled off considerably since the offensive tirade he experienced earlier in the year. He still owns a .291 average to go with 13 home runs and 55 RBIs on the year. He should be owned in all leagues but he does not necessarily have to be started depending on your offensive depth.Analyst: Colby Conway
This is no surprise, as the Indians face lefty Danny Duffy Sunday. Chisenhall will likely sit Monday against David Price as well. On the rare occasions Chisenhall does start against lefties fantasy players should get him out of their lineups.Analyst: Steve Pimental
It looks like Chisenhall is going to do a lot more sitting against southpaws the rest of the way. Despite a four-game hit streak, he's taking a seat against lefty John Danks. He also took a seat Tuesday against Jose Quintana. The second half of the season has not been kind to Chisenhall or his owners, so the Tribe is going to cut some of his time. Mike Aviles will replace him at third Thursday.Analyst: Howard Bender
After a solid first half (.322/.396/.519) Chisenhall has fell off the map since returning from the All-Star break, slashing .196/.256/.313 with three home runs and only seven RBI over his last 112 at-bats. Although he is still sitting on a .291 average overall, until he turns things around he can't be trusted in leagues where there are more productive alternatives moving forward. Analyst: Matthew Beck