Latest Update Stephen Vogt is now an MLB best .357 (min. 100 PA) Thu Jul, 24, 08:31 PM
Is versatile in the field, since he can catch and play in the outfield. Can also hit for average and power, and displays both plate discipline and patience.
Flaws: : Needs to find his big-league niche. Must become a better game-caller and defensive receiver when behind the plate. Lacks defensive polish anywhere.
Vogt has been a great contributor for the A's since bursting onto the scene in June as he has hit .343 or better in each of his first two months in 2014. Thursday's performance marked his 13th multi-hit game of the season and as long as he keeps seeing regular at-bats in one of baseball's best offenses, he remains a solid fantasy option in all league formats. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Since his promotion to the big leagues back on June 1, Vogt has done nothing but impress, slashing .364/.397/.534 with four home runs, 18 RBI in just 118 at-bats. A lot could change between now and the end of the season, but until he proves otherwise he is a worthy of fantasy consideration in all but the shallowest of league formats while seeing regular playing time. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Fantasy owners better recognize. Vogt, who extended his current hitting streak to a career high 11 games with six multi-hit performances over that span, continues to lead MLB in average (min. 100 AB) at .376 (38-for-101).Analyst: Michael Pichan
Who leads the MLB in batting average minimum 100 plate appearances? I'll save you the time...it's Vogt who is now hitting .367 (36-for-98) after extending his current hitting streak to a career high 10 games with five multi-hit performances over that span. Vogt has become more of a utility type player this season as he has seen time in the outfield, first base, DH, and behind the plate because he has forced manager Bob Melvin's hand to find a way to keep his hot bat in the lineup, something fantasy owners should be doing too. Analyst: Michael Pichan