Latest Update Gerardo Parra is batting second and playing left field in his Brewers debut on Saturday. Sat Aug, 02, 03:13 PM
Has a great throwing arm. Makes solid contact consistently well and has speed. Also possessess gap power and the versatility to play all three outfield positions.
Flaws: : Needs to become a better base-stealer by learning pitchers' tendencies. Doesn't have a ton of home-run power. Needs more work vs. lefties.
Parra's glove will help solidify the Brewers' outfield defense, and they are looking to use his contact rate by hitting him at the top of the order. So long as Khris Davis is day to day, he should see playing time.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson
Parra has been okay this year, but he fills the role of platoon player more than he does everyday player. He is more or less worthless against left-handed pitching as evident by his .214 average, but he does have plenty of worth for a team that is looking for a left-handed bat. He is 27 years old and shouldn't demand a huge return if he is indeed moved.Analyst: David Kerr
Parra has played in seven straight games and is getting a rest. Outfielder David Peralta will take his place. Analyst:
Parra has five RBI's in his last seven games along with a home run and three runs. The outfielder hasn't been running as much as some would have liked and his .249 average is a disappointment, so the Diamondbacks' outfielder will have to start to heat up soon if he doesn't want to lose playing time. Analyst: Ben DiamondMore Experts..