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Fantasy Baseball Prospects: Kyle Manzardo, Christian Scott, Coby Mayo

Fantasy Baseball Prospects: Kyle Manzardo, Christian Scott, Coby Mayo

Fantasy baseball prospects can be a great resource for production from managers. They can also have a lot of trade value depending on their level of hype. For this reason, it can be an awesome return on investment to stash fantasy baseball prospects before they debut to save some waiver wire budget and acquire a jolt to your fantasy baseball roster. Let’s dive into a few notable fantasy baseball prospects to consider stashing now.

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Fantasy Baseball Prospects to Stash

Here are all of our fantasy baseball prospects to stash for this week. Below we dive into a few notable fantasy baseball prospects.

Kyle Manzardo (1B – CLE )

The Manzalorian has six home runs since April 19th. His average has pushed over .300, with almost 1.000 OPS to boot. He must have got the Guardians memo as he has a 12% walk rate and a K% right at 17%. Manzardo is ready, it’s just about the Guardians finally cutting the cord on Estevan Florial or Will Brennan. Playing only first base or DH likely isn’t helping his cause, but if May 15th rolls by and Manzardo hasn’t been called up, I’d be extremely surprised.

Christian Scott (SP – NYM )

Scott’s last start wasn’t a crowd-pleaser as he walked two and struck out only two, but over his 4.2 innings, he gave up only one hit. That is back-to-back starts giving up only one hit. For perspective, Scott has struck out 36 batters in the minors this year while giving up just 12 hits total. The Mets say they are sticking with Houser for now, but we know that Scott is coming very soon. I’d pick him up and start him in the first start pending who he is pitching against in most scenarios (The Braves probably being one I wouldn’t).

Coby Mayo (3B – BAL )

On almost any other team, Mayo would be up at this point. The Orioles send Holliday down, yet are still not playing Kjerstad regularly (He seems to be platooning against right-handed pitchers). Mayo is hitting .330, with hits in four straight games and back-to-back games with a home run. Over his last five games, he’s struck out twice and walked five times. The path is still there, and I wouldn’t be shocked if he received a promotion before Jackson Holliday got a second chance. He is one of the premier power/hit combos in the minors.

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