Latest Update Tommy La Stella was scratched from Tuesday's game. Tue Sep, 09, 05:19 PM
Is a good hitter who makes consistent contact and limits his strikeouts in impressive fashion. Also draws some walks and plays solid defense at second base.
Flaws: : Doesn't have much power to speak of. Also, he doesn't steal a lot of bases, so his offensive impact is minimal (especially at the big-league level).
He was apparently scratched because of migraine headaches. Phil "Don't call me Mark" Gosselin will replace him in the starting lineup and bat second. Analyst: Mark Kaplan
Gonzalez is likely just sticking with the hot Gosselin at the moment, who is 7-for-23 over his last seven games. Once Gosselin experiences a slow down, La Stella will likely begin to receive the bulk of playing time if he can produce. While neither are a great option in fantasy, La Stella is likely the one to own in the long term, though he won't be much of a help at the moment. Analyst: Ben Diamond
La Stella has just one hit in his last 18 at-bats which is why he is sitting for the fourth time in six games. Phil Gosselin, who is 7-for-23 (.304) over his last seven games, will get the start at second base on Thursday.Analyst: Howard Bender
Phil Gosselin starts at second base as La Stella tries to work his way out of a 1-for-17 slump. This is just a day off to let La Stella get his head together and not a permanent move.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson