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Fantasy Baseball Prospects: Heston Kjerstad, Coby Mayo, Kyle Manzardo (2024)

Fantasy Baseball Prospects: Heston Kjerstad, Coby Mayo, Kyle Manzardo (2024)

What Prospects should you stash or put on your watch list? I think I’ve got some answers for you in the second edition of 2024’s prospects to stash. We’ve got three categories: STASH NOW, which are players to put on your bench now to avoid FAAB. The second is THE NEXT WAVE, which is a group of players that will jump up the list as guys come off. You could stash them now, but it might be more of a May thing. Finally, we have a WATCHLIST. Anything could happen, but most likely, keep a close eye as the season moves on for these prospects. So, let’s dig into the names. Here are all of my fantasy baseball prospects to stash for the week. Below we dive into a few notable names.

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Fantasy Baseball Prospects to Stash

STASH NOW

Heston Kjerstad (OF – BAL )

Honestly, Kjerstad shouldn’t be too long for the minors. He’s hitting over .500 in four games, has a couple of big home runs, and has only two strikeouts in 17 at-bats. The Orioles biggest problem has been a glut of riches. Like any of these players, one can affect the other as far as a call-up, but Kjerstad has already played some in the bigs. I could see them calling him up if they find more of a 1B/DH need, as Cowser probably gets the first crack at regular outfield. If you’re chasing home runs from a minor league bat, Kjerstad might be the best bet.

THE NEXT WAVE

Coby Mayo (3B – BAL )

He registered hits in three of his first four games, including a home run. He’s struck out more than the team will want, while not walking, so monitor his plate discipline. Knowing Holliday will be up first, and Westburg’s nice start, Mayo may be a little behind a call-up contrary to the statements we received in spring training. He should be near the top of the watch list.

Kyle Manzardo (1B – CLE )

It’s still a surprise that Manzardo didn’t make the team out of spring. He’ll spend some time refining his defense. We’ll also pay attention to his strikeouts, as they want him to work higher in the zone, but if that equals more strikeouts it will hold him down longer. Hold Manzardo to speculate, but if he’s not up by the end of April, it’s a guessing game. We all thought CES would be up within a month, and it took three.

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