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Fantasy Baseball Player Notes

2022 Fantasy Baseball Draft Notes

Trea Turner Note
Trea Turner photo 1. Trea Turner LAD
Turner's excellence depends on his health. He's played more than 148 games only once in his seven-year career. If LA's great weather can keep him on the field, he's a legitimate threat for 30 HRs, 100 RBI and 110 runs in a consistently good Dodgers lineup. But Turner's history makes it more likely he plays in something closer to 120-130 games. Is that worth his top-three ADP? Qualifying at 2B bumps up his value a few ticks, but keeper league owners should beware: He'll return to SS-only eligibility in 2023.
31 weeks ago
Ozzie Albies Note
Ozzie Albies photo 2. Ozzie Albies ATL
Ignoring the COVID-shortened 2020 season, Albies stands alone as the only player to score 100 runs, hit 20 home runs and steal 10 bases over each of the last three full seasons. He's a surefire five-category hitter coming into his prime. If Mookie Betts doesn't maintain 2B eligibility in your league, Albies is the No. 2 second baseman behind Trea Turner.
27 weeks ago
Mookie Betts Note
Mookie Betts photo 3. Mookie Betts LAD
If Betts is healthy, he's an automatic NL MVP candidate. He played through back and hip injuries last year that limited his effectiveness. Reports are that Betts is healthy and ready to resume his spot amongst the game's elite. If he has 2B eligibility in your league, he's even more valuable. If Betts slides to 8, 9, 10 in the first round, snatch him up. If he adds 20 steals to his usually impressive R/HR/RBI tallies, he's going to be in the running for the overall No. 1 player at season's end.
31 weeks ago
Marcus Semien Note
Marcus Semien photo 4. Marcus Semien TEX
Semien's 45 HRs last season were the most ever by a second baseman. His monster 2021 performance also included 115 runs, 102 RBI and 15 stolen bases. A 48% flyball rate makes Semien a launch angle darling and suggests that he'll keep clearing the fences. He's been a prolific run scorer for the last four seasons. On the other hand, there's some batting average risk here, and Semien probably maxed out his SB potential last year. He's going from a loaded Blue Jays lineup to a sketchy Rangers lineup, and Semien will turn 32 in September. Last year's numbers will make him irresistible to some investors, but a drop-off in value may be imminent.
31 weeks ago
Whit Merrifield Note
Whit Merrifield photo 5. Whit Merrifield TOR
This late bloomer has been fantasy gold for the last five years. Merrifield stole 40 bases last season at age 32. Durability is a big plus: Merrifield hasn't missed a game in the last three years. But there are some worrisome signs of slippage. His line drive rate has been steadily dropping over the last few seasons, and he hit only two home runs last season from July 1 on. Merrifield has been a terrific value for years, but it's possible he'll be slightly overpriced in 2022 drafts.
31 weeks ago
Jose Altuve Note
Jose Altuve photo 6. Jose Altuve HOU
After a forgettable short season in 2020, Altuve tied a career high with 31 home runs last year, scored a career-high 117 runs and had 83 RBI despite hitting in the leadoff spot. The peripherals suggest that Altuve's 2021 HR total was somewhat fluky and park-aided. Altuve used to be good for 30+ stolen bases a season, but he's had 11 SBs in his last two full seasons combined. The days of .300 batting averages may be gone, too. Altuve has been below .300 in each of the last three seasons and has batted .277 over that span. We should at least be able to count on a lot of runs with Altuve batting at the top of a stacked lineup, but the ceiling here isn't what it used to be. Exercise caution as Altuve enters his age-32 season.
31 weeks ago
Javier Baez Note
Javier Baez photo 7. Javier Baez DET
The free-swinging middle infielder signed a six-year, $140 million contract with the Tigers. Baez led the NL with 184 strikeouts last year but also belted 31 homers, had 87 RBI and 80 runs, and batted a respectable .265. This is a strange, volatile skill set, but Baez can usually be counted on to provide help with the counting stats. He won't hurt you in leagues that use batting average, but his unwillingness to take a walk becomes a liability in OBP leagues.
31 weeks ago
Ketel Marte Note
Ketel Marte photo 8. Ketel Marte ARI
Guys with recurring muscle injuries scare me. They're one wrong step away from missing a month. Marte terrifies me. Ever since his 2019 breakout that had all of us wondering if we'd be better off with Marte or Ozzie Albies (lol, what were we thinking?), Marte has had trouble staying healthy. Arizona is likely to give him more rest this season with the goal of keeping him on the field. He'll still help you in average, and he has a little pop in his bat, but he's one of the riskier investments in fantasy baseball.
31 weeks ago
Brandon Lowe Note
Brandon Lowe photo 9. Brandon Lowe TB
In 2021, Lowe became a full-time player for the first time in his career and responded with 39 HRs, 99 RBI and 97 runs. He batted only .247 last year and struck out 167 times in 615 plate appearances. Lowe has also struggled against lefties throughout his career. But Lowe's first-half/second-half splits were eye-opening. He was batting .208 at the All-Star break; Lowe batted .292 after the break and dramatically reduced his strikeout rate without sacrificing any power. If the second-half adjustments stick, Lowe might actually be able to improve upon his breakout season.
31 weeks ago
Jorge Polanco Note
Jorge Polanco photo 10. Jorge Polanco MIN
Polanco enjoyed the finest season of his career in 2021, batting .269 with 33 HRs, 98 RBI, 97 runs and 11 SBs. He went nuclear after the All-Star break, batting .287 with 21 homers. Could it be that Polanco feels less pressure as a second baseman than as a shortstop, and his hitting has benefitted as a result? Polanco has always been a line drive machine, so even if the power gains don't stick (and there's a good chance they won't), he should still deliver a healthy batting average. Dual 2B-SS eligibility is a plus. Polanco is a worthy investment, but don't pay for a full repeat of the power.
31 weeks ago
Jonathan India Note
Jonathan India photo 11. Jonathan India CIN
Full disclosure:, I have a little man(ager) crush on India. The NL Rookie of the Year saved my season last year after some early middle infield injuries. He's a five-category option who will still be available in the eighth round or beyond. But beware: He's not going to get a lot of help in the lineup to bolster his RBI and run totals. Cincy is not going to be a good team. Without slugger Nick Castellanos and some other veteran bats the team plans on trading away, India will be a man on an island. Take that into consideration.
31 weeks ago
Jazz Chisholm Jr. Note
Jazz Chisholm Jr. photo 12. Jazz Chisholm Jr. MIA
Let me introduce you to my second base draft target. Just 24 years old, Chisholm offers a tantalizing combination of power and speed. If he makes the necessary offseason adjustments to hit breaking pitches better, Chisholm will deliver an all-star season. He'll max out as a four category guy until he gets his average up, but for a guy ranked outside of the top 10 in nearly every set of 2B rankings, Chisholm looks like a potential draft steal. A 20/20 season is all but a lock.
31 weeks ago
Max Muncy Note
Max Muncy photo 13. Max Muncy LAD
Muncy had a fantastic 2021 season with 36 homers, making it his third straight full season in which he reached the 35-homer plateau. But he tore the UCL in his elbow late in the year and missed the playoffs, and the fantasy baseball world has been holding its collective breath hoping that he'll be able to be ready for Opening Day this year. All signs - and Dave Roberts's comments - point to Muncy being available, and the addition of the DH to the National League can only help his cause. But although a torn UCL isn't nearly the same injury for a position player that it is for a pitcher, Muncy will still likely see some limitations and need some time off this year. Expect his usual excellent production, but knock off 10-20 games from his usual output.
29 weeks ago
Tommy Edman Note
Tommy Edman photo 14. Tommy Edman STL
There's a lot to like here. The biggest draws are speed and multi-position (OF/2B) eligibility. Edman stole 30 bases last year, tying for fourth in MLB. Statcast says he's in the 92nd percentile for sprint speed. There's a little bit of power here, too. Edman hit only 11 HRs last year but clubbed 41 doubles. Edman has a .272 batting average over three seasons, and there could be room for growth there. His contact rate improved to 85% last year, and he sprays hits to both sides of the diamond. Edman doesn't take many walks, but that's a minor nit to pick.
31 weeks ago
Jake Cronenworth Note
Jake Cronenworth photo 15. Jake Cronenworth SD
Cronenworth quietly had a very solid season for the Padres, totaling 21 home runs and exactly an .800 OPS. He's not an exciting player - he doesn't have a ton of power or speed and his batting average won't wow you. But he'll bat second for the Padres this year and so you can expect him to challenge the 94 runs scored he totaled last season. He also struck out just 14% of the time last year, which ranked in the top 10% in MLB, so he's unlikely to endure prolonged slumps, and consistent production goes further in today's fantasy landscape than it used to. Add to that his multi-position eligibility and Cronenworth makes an ideal part of any fantasy team, particularly one with daily lineup changes.
29 weeks ago
Chris Taylor Note
Chris Taylor photo 16. Chris Taylor LAD
Taylor had an excellent season, hitting 20 homers and stealing 13 bases while playing all over the diamond as usual. The Dodgers rewarded him with a four-year, $60 million deal, which pretty much guarantees that he'll find his way into the lineup nearly every day. He won't wow you in any category but given his position flexibility and placement in the best lineup in baseball, Taylor is an ideal player for any fantasy team who should offer similar numbers to last year.
28 weeks ago
DJ LeMahieu Note
DJ LeMahieu photo 17. DJ LeMahieu NYY
LeMahieu seems like the poster child for the effect of the juiced ball. After drastically increasing his home run power over the previous few seasons, he hit just 10 home runs last year and his slugging percentage dropped to .362. LeMahieu had offseason surgery to repair a hernia, so perhaps his injury was bothering him longer than he let on and is responsible for his down year. But it's equally possible that at 33 years old, and without the juiced ball, LeMahieu just isn't as valuable a fantasy commodity as he used to be. Chances are, at the very least, that the days of a .300-plus batting average are gone, and now with likely low-teens home run potential, LeMahieu is more of a late-round pick whose main value is his position flexibility.
29 weeks ago
Ryan McMahon Note
Ryan McMahon photo 18. Ryan McMahon COL
McMahon showed that his poor performance during the shortened 2020 season was an aberration, as his 2021 statline was nearly identical to the one he put up in 2019. His batting average (.254), OBP (.331) and slugging percentage (.449) were all within four points of his 2019 mark and his counting stats were similarly comparable. There's a chance that McMahon makes some gains this season - he's entering his "magical" age-27 season and he cut his strikeout rate to 24.7% last year. But, given how closely his last two full seasons have mirrored one another, you can likely bank on a .250-ish average, 24 home runs, 145 combined runs and RBI, and five steals. Draft him with those numbers in mind.
29 weeks ago
Ty France Note
Ty France photo 19. Ty France SEA
Other than an awful May, during which he battled through a wrist injury and hit just .190, France had an outstanding 2021 season. He batted .291 overall and struck out just 16.3% of the time, all while putting up passable counting stats. There's a hard cap on France's value - he doesn't have a ton of power, he has no speed, and his expected stats say that he's due for a batting average correction. But absent an injury, there's pretty much no chance of the bottom dropping out, and he makes an ideal corner infielder who you can leave in your lineup without much concern.
29 weeks ago
Gleyber Torres Note
Gleyber Torres photo 20. Gleyber Torres NYY
Forget about ever seeing Torres come close to the 38 home runs he hit in 2019. His power has come crashing back down to earth over the past two years, along with his batting average. He did rebound a bit in the second half, hitting .289 with six home runs and eight steals, but when those are the numbers that force you to have hope for his fantasy production, things aren't in great shape. He'll still bat in an outstanding lineup so his counting stats should have somewhat of a floor, but he's now an option you settle for, rather than target.
28 weeks ago
Jean Segura Note
Jean Segura photo 21. Jean Segura PHI
Segura had a solid bounce-back season after 2020's blip, as his 14 home runs were the most he had hit since 2016. A 15-10 season is probably his ceiling at this point in his career, but he hasn't slipped from his .285 career batting average and he continues to avoid strikeouts with the best of them. With the addition of Nick Castellanos and Kyle Schwarber, the Philadelphia lineup is as strong as it has been in years, and that should bolster Segura's counting stats. He's an option once you miss out on the top middle infielders.
28 weeks ago
Brendan Rodgers Note
Brendan Rodgers photo 22. Brendan Rodgers COL
Rodgers finally provided some fantasy value last year, batting .284 with 15 home runs in just 102 games. The proclivity for stolen bases he showed at times in the minors is non-existent now, but he seemingly did enough to lock down an everyday job in the majors going forward. His putrid walk rate will keep both his OBP and his runs scored total in check, but he should help in batting average and approach 20 home runs. That's perfectly acceptable as a middle infielder, even if it comes with a low ceiling.
28 weeks ago
Kolten Wong Note
Kolten Wong photo 23. Kolten Wong MIL
Wong played extremely well with the Brewers last year, hitting 14 home runs and stealing 12 bases in just 116 games. Wong is what he at this point - he'll chip in double digit steals and homers with a batting average that will help you, but there's no chance of a breakout season given his level of quality of contact. He should lead off for the Brewers so expect plenty of runs scored, and his totals should be enough to make him a passable middle infielder for fantasy purposes.
28 weeks ago
Jonathan Schoop Note
Jonathan Schoop photo 24. Jonathan Schoop DET
Schoop is rarely talked about during prep season, but he has hit at least 21 home runs in each of his last five full seasons. That doesn't sound overly impressive, but that level of consistency in power from a second baseman is unusual and impressive. As usual, Schop was again among the league leaders in maximum exit velocity (117.1 MPH, a career high), and his hard hit rate was nearly five percentage points higher than his career average. The Tigers' lineup should be stronger this year with the addition of Javier Baez, and considering that Schoop is just 30 years old and has shown no signs of decline, there's every reason to expect his boring but stealthily productive numbers once again.
27 weeks ago
Eduardo Escobar Note
Eduardo Escobar photo 25. Eduardo Escobar NYM
Escobar rarely gets much love from fantasy managers, probably because everything under the hood doesn't usually support his numbers. He almost always outperforms his expected statistics, and he offers no help in batting average or steals. But he does have plenty of pop (53 homers over his last two full seasons, at least 21 in each of his last four), and he's been a plus in runs scored and RBI despite playing on mediocre teams. He'll now be the everyday third baseman for the Mets, so managers can enjoy his dual eligibility, and his placement in the middle of a strong lineup should keep all his counting stats afloat. There's not a ton of upside with Escobar, but there's a high floor.
27 weeks ago
Kike Hernandez Note
Kike Hernandez photo 26. Kike Hernandez BOS
Hernandez had an extremely solid year batting atop the Red Sox lineup, hitting 20 home runs and tallying 84 runs scored. Very little about his underlying batted ball data and overall metrics were different - he just stayed healthy and became an everyday player. His batting average won't help you and he offers nothing in the stolen base category. But he should be a major asset in runs scored and contribute in homers and RBI. With the addition of Trevor Story, he'll likely be the everyday center fielder, but he'll retain his second base eligibility from last year, further strengthening his value. Hernandez won't win you your league, but he's the type of player you can leave in your lineup all year long.
27 weeks ago
Luis Urias Note
Luis Urias photo 27. Luis Urias MIL
Urias exploded last year, putting up 23 homers with 149 combined runs and RBI. Just to put that into perspective, Urias's high in home runs before last year was four, and his best combined runs and RBI total was 51. Most of his production was backed up by the underlying data, as his hard-contact rates exploded. He'd be a prime sleeper but he's battling a quad injury that is going to shut him down until early April at least, so knock him down your draft board a bit with the injury news. Performance-wise, however, last year looks legitimate.
28 weeks ago
Jeff McNeil Note
Jeff McNeil photo 28. Jeff McNeil NYM
McNeil's 2019 power outburst looks like a total anomaly, as he hit just seven home runs last year. His usual reliable batting average bottomed out to just .251 as he played through injury, but most of his underlying metrics looked strong. He'll rarely strike out, but there's just not that much that he can offer given his lack of power and speed. Worse still, he'll likely now bat in the bottom third of the Mets' batting order with the team's additions. There's little reason to consider McNeil in any capacity this year unless he somehow finds his power stroke.
26 weeks ago
Gavin Lux Note
Gavin Lux photo 29. Gavin Lux LAD
Nick Madrigal Note
Nick Madrigal photo 30. Nick Madrigal CHC
Adam Frazier Note
Adam Frazier photo 31. Adam Frazier SEA
Josh Rojas Note
Josh Rojas photo 32. Josh Rojas ARI
Rojas chipped in last year, but he didn't quite meet expectations placed on him after a strong spring. He came a steal short of reaching double digits in both home runs and steals, but his expected stats leave little to be desired. He's got position flexibility and won't hurt you while he's in there, but he's not someone you can draft as a starter and feel confident about. Expect a similar line to last year.
27 weeks ago
Garrett Hampson Note
Garrett Hampson photo 33. Garrett Hampson COL
Jonathan Villar Note
Jonathan Villar photo 34. Jonathan Villar SEA
Cesar Hernandez Note
Cesar Hernandez photo 35. Cesar Hernandez WSH
David Fletcher Note
David Fletcher photo 36. David Fletcher LAA
Nick Solak Note
Nick Solak photo 37. Nick Solak TEX
Andres Gimenez Note
Andres Gimenez photo 38. Andres Gimenez CLE
Nick Senzel Note
Nick Senzel photo 39. Nick Senzel CIN
Luis Arraez Note
Luis Arraez photo 40. Luis Arraez MIN
Joey Wendle Note
Joey Wendle photo 41. Joey Wendle MIA
Abraham Toro Note
Abraham Toro photo 42. Abraham Toro SEA
Josh Harrison Note
Josh Harrison photo 43. Josh Harrison CWS
Ha-Seong Kim Note
Ha-Seong Kim photo 44. Ha-Seong Kim SD
Wilmer Flores Note
Wilmer Flores photo 45. Wilmer Flores SF
Nico Hoerner Note
Nico Hoerner photo 46. Nico Hoerner CHC
Vidal Brujan Note
Vidal Brujan photo 47. Vidal Brujan TB
Tony Kemp Note
Tony Kemp photo 48. Tony Kemp OAK
Jose Iglesias Note
Jose Iglesias photo 49. Jose Iglesias COL
Jorge Mateo Note
Jorge Mateo photo 50. Jorge Mateo BAL
Tommy La Stella Note
Tommy La Stella photo 51. Tommy La Stella SF
Robinson Cano Note
Robinson Cano photo 52. Robinson Cano FA
Brad Miller Note
Brad Miller photo 53. Brad Miller TEX
Dylan Moore Note
Dylan Moore photo 54. Dylan Moore SEA
Jurickson Profar Note
Jurickson Profar photo 55. Jurickson Profar SD
Rougned Odor Note
Rougned Odor photo 56. Rougned Odor BAL
Edmundo Sosa Note
Edmundo Sosa photo 57. Edmundo Sosa PHI
Ramon Urias Note
Ramon Urias photo 58. Ramon Urias BAL
Chad Pinder Note
Chad Pinder photo 59. Chad Pinder OAK
Diego Castillo Note
Diego Castillo photo 60. Diego Castillo PIT
Leury Garcia Note
Leury Garcia photo 61. Leury Garcia CWS
Tyler Wade Note
Tyler Wade photo 62. Tyler Wade NYY
Andy Ibanez Note
Andy Ibanez photo 63. Andy Ibanez TEX
Nolan Gorman Note
Nolan Gorman photo 64. Nolan Gorman STL
Alcides Escobar Note
Alcides Escobar photo 65. Alcides Escobar FA
Kevin Newman Note
Kevin Newman photo 66. Kevin Newman PIT
Luis Garcia Note
Luis Garcia photo 67. Luis Garcia WSH
Michael Chavis Note
Michael Chavis photo 68. Michael Chavis PIT
Willi Castro Note
Willi Castro photo 69. Willi Castro DET
Jed Lowrie Note
Jed Lowrie photo 70. Jed Lowrie FA
Cole Tucker Note
Cole Tucker photo 71. Cole Tucker ARI
Nick Gordon Note
Nick Gordon photo 72. Nick Gordon MIN
Niko Goodrum Note
Niko Goodrum photo 73. Niko Goodrum FA
Thairo Estrada Note
Thairo Estrada photo 74. Thairo Estrada SF
Aledmys Diaz Note
Aledmys Diaz photo 75. Aledmys Diaz HOU
Josh VanMeter Note
Josh VanMeter photo 76. Josh VanMeter PIT
Sheldon Neuse Note
Sheldon Neuse photo 77. Sheldon Neuse OAK
Christian Arroyo Note
Christian Arroyo photo 78. Christian Arroyo BOS
Sergio Alcantara Note
Sergio Alcantara photo 79. Sergio Alcantara ARI
Jack Lopez Note
Jack Lopez photo 80. Jack Lopez DET
Donovan Solano Note
Donovan Solano photo 81. Donovan Solano CIN
Rio Ruiz Note
Rio Ruiz photo 82. Rio Ruiz FA
Luke Williams Note
Luke Williams photo 83. Luke Williams MIA
Jon Berti Note
Jon Berti photo 84. Jon Berti MIA
Jace Peterson Note
Jace Peterson photo 85. Jace Peterson MIL
Mike Brosseau Note
Mike Brosseau photo 86. Mike Brosseau MIL
Zach McKinstry Note
Zach McKinstry photo 87. Zach McKinstry CHC
David Bote Note
David Bote photo 88. David Bote CHC
Mauricio Dubon Note
Mauricio Dubon photo 89. Mauricio Dubon HOU
Eric Sogard Note
Eric Sogard photo 90. Eric Sogard FA
Marwin Gonzalez Note
Marwin Gonzalez photo 91. Marwin Gonzalez NYY
Johan Camargo Note
Johan Camargo photo 92. Johan Camargo PHI
Max Schrock Note
Max Schrock photo 93. Max Schrock FA
Hanser Alberto Note
Hanser Alberto photo 94. Hanser Alberto LAD
Hoy Park Note
Hoy Park photo 95. Hoy Park PIT
Alan Trejo Note
Alan Trejo photo 96. Alan Trejo COL
Matt Duffy Note
Matt Duffy photo 97. Matt Duffy LAA
Harold Castro Note
Harold Castro photo 98. Harold Castro DET
Owen Miller Note
Owen Miller photo 99. Owen Miller CLE
Shed Long Jr. Note
Shed Long Jr. photo 100. Shed Long Jr. FA
Matt Carpenter Note
Matt Carpenter photo 101. Matt Carpenter NYY
Jack Mayfield Note
Jack Mayfield photo 102. Jack Mayfield LAA
Joe Panik Note
Joe Panik photo 103. Joe Panik FA
Jose Rojas Note
Jose Rojas photo 104. Jose Rojas FA
Isaac Paredes Note
Isaac Paredes photo 105. Isaac Paredes TB
Yonny Hernandez Note
Yonny Hernandez photo 106. Yonny Hernandez ARI
Luis Guillorme Note
Luis Guillorme photo 107. Luis Guillorme NYM
Wilmer Difo Note
Wilmer Difo photo 108. Wilmer Difo FA
Danny Mendick Note
Danny Mendick photo 109. Danny Mendick CWS
Jose Peraza Note
Jose Peraza photo 110. Jose Peraza FA
Ronald Torreyes Note
Ronald Torreyes photo 111. Ronald Torreyes FA
Ernie Clement Note
Ernie Clement photo 112. Ernie Clement OAK
Jordy Mercer Note
Jordy Mercer photo 113. Jordy Mercer FA
Jahmai Jones Note
Jahmai Jones photo 114. Jahmai Jones LAD
Oswaldo Cabrera Note
Oswaldo Cabrera photo 115. Oswaldo Cabrera NYY
Isan Diaz Note
Isan Diaz photo 116. Isan Diaz SF
Nick Maton Note
Nick Maton photo 117. Nick Maton PHI
Donovan Walton Note
Donovan Walton photo 118. Donovan Walton SF
Rodolfo Castro Note
Rodolfo Castro photo 119. Rodolfo Castro PIT
Lucius Fox Note
Lucius Fox photo 120. Lucius Fox WSH
Pat Valaika Note
Pat Valaika photo 121. Pat Valaika ATL
Jonathan Arauz Note
Jonathan Arauz photo 122. Jonathan Arauz BAL
Michael Stefanic Note
Michael Stefanic photo 123. Michael Stefanic LAA
Richard Palacios Note
Richard Palacios photo 124. Richard Palacios CLE
Otto Lopez Note
Otto Lopez photo 125. Otto Lopez TOR
Yairo Munoz Note
Yairo Munoz photo 126. Yairo Munoz PHI
Tucupita Marcano Note
Tucupita Marcano photo 127. Tucupita Marcano PIT
Alejo Lopez Note
Alejo Lopez photo 128. Alejo Lopez CIN
Jose Devers Note
Jose Devers photo 129. Jose Devers MIA
Kody Clemens Note
Kody Clemens photo 130. Kody Clemens DET
Travis Demeritte Note
Travis Demeritte photo 131. Travis Demeritte ATL
Ildemaro Vargas Note
Ildemaro Vargas photo 132. Ildemaro Vargas WSH
Jake Hager Note
Jake Hager photo 133. Jake Hager ARI
Max Moroff Note
Max Moroff photo 134. Max Moroff FA
Trent Giambrone Note
Trent Giambrone photo 135. Trent Giambrone CHC
Andy Burns Note
Andy Burns photo 136. Andy Burns LAD
Jake Noll Note
Jake Noll photo 137. Jake Noll WSH
Richie Palacios Note
Richie Palacios photo 138. Richie Palacios CLE
Yolmer Sanchez Note
Yolmer Sanchez photo 139. Yolmer Sanchez NYM
Andrew Young Note
Andrew Young photo 140. Andrew Young WSH
Jonathan Aranda Note
Jonathan Aranda photo 141. Jonathan Aranda TB
Kean Wong Note
Kean Wong photo 142. Kean Wong LAA
Yolbert Sanchez Note
Yolbert Sanchez photo 143. Yolbert Sanchez FA
Hernan Perez Note
Hernan Perez photo 144. Hernan Perez ATL
Brendan Donovan Note
Brendan Donovan photo 145. Brendan Donovan STL
Ivan Castillo Note
Ivan Castillo photo 146. Ivan Castillo KC
Travis Blankenhorn Note
Travis Blankenhorn photo 147. Travis Blankenhorn NYM
Omar Estevez Note
Omar Estevez photo 148. Omar Estevez LAD
Robel Garcia Note
Robel Garcia photo 149. Robel Garcia FA
Clay Dungan Note
Clay Dungan photo 150. Clay Dungan KC
Adrian Sanchez Note
Adrian Sanchez photo 151. Adrian Sanchez WSH
Domingo Leyba Note
Domingo Leyba photo 152. Domingo Leyba SD
Freddy Galvis Note
Freddy Galvis photo 153. Freddy Galvis FA
Logan Warmoth Note
Logan Warmoth photo 154. Logan Warmoth TOR
Tim Lopes Note
Tim Lopes photo 155. Tim Lopes COL
Ryan Goins Note
Ryan Goins photo 156. Ryan Goins ATL
Drew Jackson Note
Drew Jackson photo 157. Drew Jackson FA
Alex De Goti Note
Alex De Goti photo 158. Alex De Goti HOU
Dee Strange-Gordon Note
Dee Strange-Gordon photo 159. Dee Strange-Gordon FA
Tyler Ladendorf Note
Tyler Ladendorf photo 160. Tyler Ladendorf FA
Richard Urena Note
Richard Urena photo 161. Richard Urena FA
Franklin Barreto Note
Franklin Barreto photo 162. Franklin Barreto FA
Stevie Wilkerson Note
Stevie Wilkerson photo 163. Stevie Wilkerson FA
Forrest Wall Note
Forrest Wall photo 164. Forrest Wall SEA