2B,LF,RF - FA
Jose Pirela went 3-for-4 in Monday's game with one solo home run and two singles.
It was a rare start for Pirela, who has been reduced to a bench role over the last month. It should not affect his fantasy value, and he should remain in the free agent pool over the season's final days.
Jose Pirela finished Thursday's loss to the Rockies going 3-for-5 with two RBI.
Though he has raised his August batting average above the Mendoza Line (.212 AVG), Pirela still does not have any fantasy value at this point. That could change if he regains consistent playing time and continues to hit at the level he has over his last two games, but until that happens he may be best served on the waiver wire.
Jose Pirela went 1-for-4 with one stolen base and one run scored in Wednesday's loss to the Rockies.
Pirela has been losing out on playing time recently, and rightfully so as he has posted an uninspiring .143/.250/.179 slash line in the month of August. He currently does not own any mixed-league fantasy value, and he should remain on the waiver wire for the remainder of the season.
Jose Pirela went 2-for-3 with a double on Saturday against the Pirates.
Pirela hasn't done much to warrant fantasy attention lately, though he did have 10 runs scored in the month of June. For NL-only formats, you could do worse as a fill-in, but he's irrelevant for mixed league purposes.
Jose Pirela went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Monday's game against the Rangers.
Pirela showed flashes early, but he's struggled of late despite consistent playing time. With the homer Monday he now has two on the season to go with four stolen bases in seven attempts. His triple slash currently sits at .263/.312/.353.