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Fantasy Baseball Player Notes

2022 Fantasy Baseball Draft Notes

Jeimer Candelario Note
Jeimer Candelario photo 23. Jeimer Candelario
Candelario is not an exciting player. He has little speed and probsbly won't surpass 20 home runs. But he won't hurt you in batting average and will give you passable runs scored and RBI totals batting in an improved Tigers offense. With third base being so shallow, Candelario is a player you can draft late who can fill in on off-days or be a bench player. It's never fun to draft low-upside players late, but Candelario is one of the few guys to take a shot on there.
26 weeks ago
Spencer Torkelson Note
Spencer Torkelson photo 25. Spencer Torkelson
Torkelson looks poised to start the year in the majors with the Tigers at first base, and there is a lot of reason to be excited after he blazed through three levels of the minors last year. He likely won't hit for much average, but he's got an exceptional eye at the plate (his lowest walk rate at any level last was 13%) and he hit 30 home runs in 121 games total in 2021. He's just 22 years old so don't be surprised if he struggles at first. But particularly in keeper formats, and even in redraft leagues, the upside is so strong that he should be a late-round target everywhere.
26 weeks ago
Harold Castro Note
Harold Castro photo 92. Harold Castro
Brendon Davis Note
Brendon Davis photo 124. Brendon Davis