Latest Update Nick Castellanos is back in the lineup Wednesday after he was a late scratch Tuesday. Wed Sep, 17, 04:49 PM
Is a natural with the stick, capable of hitting for both power and average to all fields on a consistent basis. Also owns a very good arm, no matter where he plays.
Flaws: : His glove at third base is a bit suspect for the highest level. Also, he needs to improve as a base-runner in general, but will never steal a lot of bases.
Get him in your lineup as you normally would.Analyst: Steve Pimental
Castellanos was scratched due to left foot soreness. The rookie is hitting .266 with 48 runs, 10 home runs and 60 RBI on the season.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Today's performance raises his average to .264 and the two RBIs vault him to 59 for the year. He has hit safely in 15 of his last 17 games and has enjoyed a productive season for the Tigers. He should be started in your line up unless you have a stud in his slot.Analyst: Colby Conway
Castellanos hasn't done much recently, but has had two multi-hit games in a row and hopefully can build on that. The Tigers' third baseman has great upside and some pop, so he could make a decent option if he can get it going in the final stretch of the year. Analyst: Ben Diamond