Latest Update Castillo is expected to return to the lineup for the second game Sat Sep, 06, 02:52 PM
Owns very good game-calling skills and defensive ability behind the plate. Also boasts home-run power and a decent bat overall.
Flaws: : Lacks polish as a hitter and doesn't usually have a flattering walk/strikeout ratio. Like most catchers, he lacks a lot of mobility.
Castillo will return after missing the opening game of the series with back tightness, but will get to face Francisco Liriano in the regularly scheduled game on Saturday, against whom he is 3-for-10 with a homer in his career.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson
The Cubs announced this just before the first pitch, so hopefully, if you use Castillo, you had time to change your lineup. Consider him day-to-day moving forward. John Baker took over the responsibilities behind the plate for Friday.Analyst: Howard Bender
Castillo swatted his eleventh home run of the year but only recorded his 37th RBI of the year. His batting average has regressed 43 points from his final average last year, which provides owners with some disappointment. Owners were hoping he would build on last year's numbers but he has failed to do so.Analyst: Colby Conway
Castillo is now 6-for-18 (.333 BA) with two extra-base hits, one RBI and a pair of runs scored over his last six games and is now just one home run away from reaching doubled digits. However, he is far from being a fantasy option at this point in the season while slashing .240/.305/.389 through 283 at-bats.Analyst: Matthew Beck