Latest Update Brewers likely will tender a contract to Parra Mon Dec, 01, 10:50 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.
In 2014, Parra hit .261 with nine home runs, 40 RBIs, and nine stolen bases. He also scored 64 runs on the year, and was a great asset for the Brewers in 2014. He can play all three outfield spots and even has a gold glove on his resume.Analyst: Colby Conway
Parra has hits in 12 of his last 14 games after getting off to a slow start in his new uniform. It's been a down season both offensively and defensively; signs of life are encouraged. Analyst: Spencer Silva
Since joining the Brewers, Parra is now slashing .265/.321/.469 with just two home runs and eight RBI over 49 at-bats. Unless he becomes an everyday starter down the line, there is no reason to own this outfielder, even in NL-only leagues. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Parra made the most of his two at-bats following the departure of Ryan Braun, logging his first RBI since August 8. Although he makes for a solid fantasy option when receiving regular at-bats, there is no reason to own him at this time, unless Braun's health takes a turn for the worst in the upcoming days. He is now slashing .259/.307/.370 with seven home runs and 36 RBI through 441 at-bats. Analyst: Matthew Beck