1B,3B - PHI
Alec Bohm went 1-for-5 with a two-run home run in a win over the Nationals Saturday.
Bohm is slashing .283/.319/.401 with 13 home runs and 73 runs batted in this season. The 26-year-old has struggled over his last seven games, batting just .143 over his last seven games.
Alec Bohm went 2-for-4 with a solo home run on Sunday against the Braves.
Bohm's homer traveled 412 feet and was the only damage Philadelphia could do against Spencer Strider. It was his 12th home run, and although that number is nothing to write home about, it comes with a .289 batting average and solid overall production. Bohm will need to increase his power production to be a viable mixed-league option in future years, but he's at least someone who doesn't hurt you when he's in your lineup.
Alec Bohm went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run on Sunday against the Nationals.
Bohm hadn't homered since August 21st, and he's up to just 11 on the year. He's batting .293 on the season with 73 runs scored but, for the most part, he's just a batting average asset who won't absolutely kill you elsewhere. There's no reason to add him if he remains on your wire.
Alec Bohm went 3-for-5 with two home runs and six RBI on Sunday against the Mets.
Bohm isn't known as a power hitter, and his two home runs brought him to just 10 on the year. But he's now up to 15 RBI in August, the most for any month this season. Bohm was batting just .208 in August before Sunday after hitting .434 in July, so it's safe to say that he's been a bit streaky. And although this could be the start of another hot streak, his lack of consistent power makes him most useful in NL-only leagues.
Alec Bohm went 1-for-2 with a three-run home run on Thursday against the Nationals.
Bohm has just eight home runs on the year with 44 RBI, but his .297 batting average makes him worth starting for the most part. This was his second home run in four games, so managers have to hope that this is the start of a mini-power surge for the infielder. Even if not, he's worth starting on any team where batting average is remotely in question.