Jerry Sands saw an opportunity to hit fifth in the lineup on Sunday. He did not do anything with this opportunity and struggled at the plate. Sands was hitting as the DH and went 0-for-3, striking out all three times.
Sands is not fantasy relevant in any leagues. He can be a punt play in DFS when in the White Sox lineup, but nothing more.
Jerry Sands saw his first game at DH for the White Sox on Wednesday. The 28-year-old did not disappoint them, as he knocked in two insurance runs with his two-run HR in the seventh. Sands finished 1-for-4 with a run and two RBI.
Sands has no fantasy value since he rarely sees at-bats. He is not known for power and is a career .238 hitter. At best he could be a minimum-salary, punt play in DFS when in the lineup.
1B/RF Jerry Sands was designated for assignment by the Indians following the acquisition of RHP Dan Otero.
Jerry Sands started the 2015 season hitting .348 AVG in April but failed to provide fantasy value for the rest of the year, slumping to a .236/.286/.390 slash line. There is still potential for the 28-year-old if he gets picked up by another team.
1B/RF Jerry Sands went 2-for-4 with a triple and a home run in Friday's win over the Tigers.
Jerry Sands started the season hitting .348 AVG in April. He has struggled to recapture that form and has slumped to .186 AVG in the 26 games since returning to the big leagues on Aug 2. Perhaps this third home run on the year will kickstart his production for the final weeks of the season.
1B/RF went 1-for-3 with an RBI in Monday's win over the Blue Jays.
Jerry Sands got the start in right field, with Lonnie Chisenhall starting on the bench. Sands broke the 2-2 deadlock when he drove in Ryan Raburn in the top of the seventh inning. The 27-year-old has started just five of the last 12 games and is hitting a disappointing .177 AVG since his promotion on Aug 2.