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Fantasy Baseball Prospects: James Wood, Jordan Beck, Ricky Tiedemann (2024)

Fantasy Baseball Prospects: James Wood, Jordan Beck, Ricky Tiedemann (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

James Wood (OF – WAS )

We almost saw Wood break camp with the team. What has been proven, is he is the first man up. Wood picked up four hits in his first 10 at-bats. After striking out three times in the first game, he followed up the next two without a punch out. The Nationals are getting by with their group of NRFI outfielders, but I wouldn’t be surprised if May rolls around and Wood is in the majors. You’ll chase him for power, and some sneaky speed. If you were looking for the next Elly “freak athlete,” that is James Wood.

Ricky Tiedemann (SP – TOR )

Tiedemann’s 2024 debut was less than eye-popping, going 2.2 innings while striking out three. He did produce a 31% WHIFF rate on 65 pitches, as well as a 34 CSW%. Tiedemann in spring was sitting 96 MPH on his fastball but was around 94 MPH in his season debut. The 65 pitches in his debut are a good sign, and if he can rattle off another good start or two, the Blue Jays may bring up. He’ll probably struggle to get to five or six, so he may be a strikeout play early on.

THE NEXT WAVE

Jordan Beck (OF – COL )

Beck is off to a great start in the minors hitting .357 with two home runs, a triple, and five total hits through his first four games. He’s a power/speed threat that you’d want on your fantasy team. The Rockies could look to shake things up as they’ve looked like one of the worst teams in baseball. Beck is one injury or shake-up away from being called up.

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