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Brad Davis, C, Florida Marlins
At the beginning of September, the Fish established that Davis, 28, would see most of the action behind the plate for the rest of this campaign. Davis is a career .248 hitter in the minors. He had a perhaps surprising season for Triple-A New Orleans (.287/.354/.455 in 272 plate appearances).
This month, Davis is probably exceeding expectations; he's 12-for-53 with three homers (a third of his total with the Zephyrs this year) and 11 RBIs. He blasted a salami yesterday. Davis looks like a BA and OBP liability, but he had a solid walk rate on the farm.
Davis' run may not last beyond Monday, but in two-catcher leagues, there's no point in ignoring him with this little time left. This is strictly short-term advice.
Shallow mixed: Pass
Deep mixed: Consider
About Nicholas Minnix
Minnix is baseball editor and a fantasy football analyst at KFFL. He plays in LABR and Tout Wars and won the FSWA Baseball Industry Insiders League in 2010.
The University of Delaware alum is a regular guest on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio and Baltimore's WNST AM 1570.
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