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Philadelphia Phillies 2020 Fantasy Baseball Preview

by Michael Waterloo | @MichaelWaterloo | Featured Writer
Apr 14, 2020

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Welcome back to our 2020 team-by-team previews. Today we will be checking out one of the teams who should take a leap in fantasy production this year, the Philadelphia Phillies.

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Starting Lineup

# NAME POS
1 Andrew McCutchen LF
2 Jean Segura 3B
3 Bryce Harper RF
4 Rhys Hoskins 1B
5 J.T. Realmuto C
6 Didi Gregorius SS
7 Scott Kingery 2B
8 Adam Haseley CF

Quick notes: Would it surprise anyone if Bryce Harper had an MVP-type season in his second year in Philadelphia? Rhys Hoskins is a great bounce-back target. He won’t give you a good average, but it can’t get much worse than last year. Andrew McCutchen seems to be forgotten, but he makes for a great, albeit boring, OF3.

Pitching Rotation

# NAME R/L
1 Aaron Nola R
2 Zack Wheeler R
3 Jake Arrieta R
4 Vince Velasquez R
5 Zach Eflin R

Quick notes: While is ADP isn’t as high as it was last year, Aaron Nola is still being overdrafted. Were the Mets really wrong that they helped Zack Wheeler turn a mediocre career into a big payday with the Phillies? Nick Pivetta and Zach Eflin are intriguing late-round targets with upside.

Bullpen

Quick notes: The Phillies’ bullpen just couldn’t stay healthy last year, as they lost David Robertson, Tommy Hunter, and Seranthony Dominguez. Dominguez has the most skill of the bunch, so he could leap Neris for the primary closer’s role.

Prospects

Other Helpful Fantasy Info

  • Park Factor: 105.4 for runs, 125.1 for homers, 97.4 for singles, 93 for doubles, 97 for triples
  • Green Light Rating: Unknown (new manager)
  • Likeliest 2020 roster moves: Acquiring arms to bolster its rotation and bullpen
  • Bold Fantasy Prediction: Bryce Harper posts similar numbers to his 2015 MVP season.
  • Bland Fantasy Prediction: Scott Kingery loses his starting job to Alec Bohm by mid-May.

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Michael Waterloo is a featured writer at FantasyPros. For more from Michael, check out his archive and follow him @MichaelWaterloo.

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