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Fantasy Baseball Prospects: Jackson Holliday, Paul Skenes, Jack Leiter (2024)

Fantasy Baseball Prospects: Jackson Holliday, Paul Skenes, Jack Leiter (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

Jackson Holliday (2B, SS – BAL )

Through his first four games at Triple-A, Holliday has already produced four XBH including two home runs with six RBI. The key ingredient, his first home run came off a lefty. After four games, he is the only 20-year-old with multiple home runs. The clock is ticking and it’s only a matter of time before the Orioles decide Jorge Mateo isn’t what it’s about. Idle hands will make you wonder, so stay away from the drop button for a few weeks to see if the call-up happens soon.

Paul Skenes (SP – PIT )

After three no-hit innings and striking out five, we all ask the collective question, “What’s it going to take for the Pirates to call Skenes up?” Well, the answer probably has something to do about contract control. Pay attention to the super-two date, and that’s probably around the time he miraculously will be ready for the bigs. Like Holliday, he will dominate FAAB, so hold through April if you can.

THE NEXT WAVE

Jack Leiter (SP – TEX )

Leiter struck out nine over five innings giving up two runs on two hits in his Triple-A debut. His fastball sat 96 and he’s finally found his consistency. The Rangers have some questions in their rotation that could give him an opportunity sooner rather than later. He would be worth streaming upon a callup.

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