Fantasy Baseball Player Notes
2020 Fantasy Baseball Draft Notes
1.
Ronald Acuna Jr.
ATL
We knew Acuna would develop into an elite fantasy option one day, but few saw it happening this quickly. He combined power (41 homers), speed (37 stolen bases), and his spot batting atop an outstanding lineup (127 runs, 101 RBI) to put up one of the allaround great seasons. He'll stick in the leadoff spot this year, which should ensure that he continues to run early and often, and there's little reason to expect his numbers to dip much from last year. In points leagues, where his strikeout rate is a bit of a negative, his stock falls just a tad, but otherwise, no one would fault you if you made him the top pick in the draft.

2.
Christian Yelich
MIL
Yelich followed up his preposterous 2018 season with an even better one in 2019, batting .329 with 44 home runs and 30 steals in just 130 games. His ridiculous 35% HR/FB rate regressed as expected, but only to a still nonsensical 32.8%, best in MLB. The issue with Yelich for 2020 has nothing to do with his talent, but is instead all about the fractured kneecap that prematurely ended his season. He's reportedly on track to be ready by Opening Day, but there's obviously a modicum of risk to factor in.

3.
Mike Trout
LAA
Trout may not be the clearcut number one player in fantasy this year, but that's of no fault of his own, as he's coming off one of his best seasons ever, with a careerhigh 45 home runs in just 134 games. If you were desperate to find a knock on Trout, it's that he hasn't topped 140 games in any of his last three seasons, and his 11 stolen bases last year tied his low in a single season. But that's all window dressing on a truly special player who is obviously a topthree pick at worst.

4.
Cody Bellinger
LAD
Bellinger had a tremendous season, drastically improving his walk rate and cutting his strikeout rate, and setting career highs in each of the five standard rotisserie categories. If there's a knock on Bellinger's season, it's that so much of his production came in the first half, and particularly in March where he batted .431 with 14 home runs. Beginning in June, he batted .280 or lower in each month, and he batted just .261 in the second half. But the numbers all count, and although it's reasonable to expect Bellinger to take a slight step back from his overall 2019 numbers, it still leaves him as a topfive pick.

5.
Mookie Betts
LAD
After weeks of rumors, Betts was finally traded to the Dodgers, but the move shouldn't impact his value much. His plate appearances and home runs, because of the less hitterfriendly parks in his new division, may downgrade his numbers ever so slightly. But Betts has essentially averaged a .305120309525 line over his past four seasons. Even with a minor drop, he'll still earn his topfive draft position.

6.
Juan Soto
WSH

7.
J.D. Martinez
BOS

8.
Bryce Harper
PHI

9.
Starling Marte
MIA
Marte set careerhighs in home runs, runs scored, RBI, and slugging percentage in 2019, and now gets an upgrade in supporting cast and home park with the move to the Diamondbacks. The Pirates ranked 20th in 2019 in runs scored, while the Diamondbacks ranked 11th, and PNC Park was one of the worst parks for righty batters last season. Marte may not be able to grow his 2019 numbers at this point given his age, but his change in teams certainly doesn't hurt.

10.
George Springer
HOU

11.
Charlie Blackmon
COL
Blackmon was one of the first players who was known to test positive for COVID19. As of July 10, he still had not yet reported to Rockies camp. Given the lack of input into Blackmon's situation, it's certainly possible that he'll be healthy and ready to go by the time the season starts. But, for now, drop him at least a round or two in your rankings until you hear more.

12.
Ketel Marte
ARI
Marte suddenly went from being a career .263 hitter with 22 home runs in 1,548 plate appearances to batting .329 with 32 home runs in 628 plate appearances. And while he made many overall gains, such as a massive increase in launch angle, his expected batting average was just .299 and that .030 difference was 10thhighest in MLB. He also upped his pull percentage by a significant amount, and pulled all but one of his home runs, which should be something that pitchers can exploit in 2020. Buy some of the gains, but consider Marte closer to a .29025 type of hitter.

13.
Austin Meadows
TB

14.
Aaron Judge
NYY
Judge has a stress fracture in his rib, which showed "slight improvement" based on a CT scan in midApril. But he is also dealing with a collapsed lung, and there is still no timetable for when he may be ready for baseball activity. Even with the postponement of the season, there's no guarantee that Judge will be ready to play at any point this season. Draft him with a heavy dose of pessimism and you should be fine.

15.
Kris Bryant
CHC

16.
Eloy Jimenez
CWS

17.
Whit Merrifield
KC

18.
Giancarlo Stanton
NYY
Stanton's Grade1 hamstring strain was going to keep him out of action for Opening Day, but he now should be ready to go whenever the season begins. Stanton will always be an injury risk, but for now, view him as a healthy option heading into the season. His power potential therefore makes him an option in Round 3 or 4, depending on your risk tolerance.

19.
Yordan Alvarez
HOU

20.
Tommy Pham
SD
Pham tested positive for COVID19 but has since cleared protocol with two negative tests and has rejoined his team. He was reportedly asymptomatic in any event, and it does not appear that he'll have limitations heading into the season.

21.
Marcell Ozuna
ATL
Ozuna didn't have a terrible 2019, but his .241 batting average and injuries certainly put a damper on his year. And although he was due for a rebound anyway (his .259 BABIP was preposterously low), moving to the Braves on a oneyear deal should be just what the doctor ordered. Not only will he be batting in the middle of an incredible strong lineup. but he'll also be playing in a much more favorable home park. With plenty of motivation as he looks for a multiyear deal, expect a big season from Ozuna.

22.
Eddie Rosario
MIN

23.
Victor Robles
WSH

24.
Nick Castellanos
CIN
Castellanos' numbers were continually deflated batting in the middle of a bad Tigers lineup and in a home park that greatly depressed power numbers. A move to Cincinnati should be just what the doctor ordered, and allow Castellanos to continue to build on his monster finish with the Cubs last year. While he may not hit the 50 homers he was on pace for with the Cubs or total the same 1.000 OPS, his numbers should look much closer to his 2019 second half than his first.

25.
Jorge Soler
KC

26.
Ramon Laureano
OAK

27.
Joey Gallo
TEX
Gallo reportedly tested positive for COVID19, but the accuracy of his tests have been questioned. Regardless, Gallo is back in camp with his teammates and should have no restrictions going forward.

28.
Luis Robert
CWS

29.
Michael Brantley
HOU

30.
Andrew Benintendi
BOS

31.
Michael Conforto
NYM

32.
Jeff McNeil
NYM

33.
Franmil Reyes
CLE

34.
Oscar Mercado
CLE

35.
Max Kepler
MIN

36.
Kyle Schwarber
CHC

37.
David Dahl
COL

38.
Lorenzo Cain
MIL

39.
Bryan Reynolds
PIT

40.
Byron Buxton
MIN

41.
Rhys Hoskins
PHI

42.
Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
TOR

43.
Danny Santana
TEX

44.
Andrew McCutchen
PHI
McCutchen's career with the Phillies was off to a promising start until he tore his ACL running the bases. Although the Phillies were only "hopeful" for April, it now seems likely that McCutchen will be ready for the start of the season. When healthy, McCutchen has developed into a lowbatting average, solid overall contributor, and he can still help fantasy owners in 2020. Far from a star, but draftable.

45.
Kyle Tucker
HOU

46.
Adam Eaton
WSH

47.
Mallex Smith
FA
Stolen bases throughout the game are at an alltime low, and yet Smith, who has stolen 86 bases over the past two seasons, doesn't get a whiff until late in drafts. Yes, his average won't help you, he barely contributes any power, he'll likely bat ninth, and he could lose his job. But owners used to fall all over themselves to draft Billy Hamilton because he could singlehandedly keep a fantasy team competitive in steals. Smith can do the same, and on a team with nothing to play for, he's likely to run at every possible opportunity.

48.
Justin Upton
LAA
It seems strange to call a veteran like Upton a sleeper, but that's exactly what his ADP shows he is. Throw out last year where he battled a toe injury early and was limited to just 63 mediocre games. Prior to last year, he had hit at least 30 home runs and stolen eight bases in three straight seasons. With Anthony Rendon in tow, there should be even more RBI opportunities for Upton. Still just 32 years old, there's plenty left in the tank.

49.
Alex Verdugo
BOS
Verdugo finally got regular playing time last year, and turned it into a .294/.342/.475 season with 12 home runs in 106 games. Now ready to bat atop the Red Sox lineup, Verdugo should easily challenge a .300 batting average in Fenway Park. but with a reported stress fracture in his back and Opening Day looking doubtful, don't push Verdugo too far up your draft board.

50.
Tommy Edman
STL
Edman had a tidy little rookie season for the Cardinals, as he batted over .300 and put up 11 home runs and 15 steals in 92 games. He looks destined for a superutility role in 2020, but that should still mean plenty of playing time. With batting average and steals at a premium, Edman is a solid target as you get into the doubledigit rounds.

51.
J.D. Davis
NYM

52.
Avisail Garcia
MIL

53.
ShinSoo Choo
TEX

54.
Willie Calhoun
TEX
Calhoun suffered a fractured jaw on March 8th, but he'll benefit from the postponement of the season. Given the speculation that the season may not begin until June, that leaves Calhoun with plenty of time to get ready. With a high batting average floor and decent power, Calhoun makes a stable add to a fantasy outfield.

55.
David Peralta
ARI

56.
Cavan Biggio
TOR

57.
Ryan Braun
MIL

58.
Nick Senzel
CIN

59.
Scott Kingery
PHI
Kingery has reported to camp after initially dealing with COVID19. He says that he's still dealing with his recovery, including some shortness of breath, but it appears likely that he'll be ready to go when the season begins.

60.
Hunter Dozier
KC

61.
Joc Pederson
LAD

62.
Mark Canha
OAK
Nobody seems to want to give Canha credit for the changes in his approach last year, but you're selling yourself short if you don't. Canha cut his swing percentage on pitches outside the zone way down last year, and the results were impressive, with 26 home runs and a .273 batting average in just 126 games. Slated to bat fifth for the A's, there's every reason for Canha to put up solid allaround numbers, and he's essentially forgotten in fantasy drafts.

63.
Brian Anderson
MIA
Anderson won't hurt you anywhere. He'll likely put up 20 home runs with passable runs and RBI, chip in a few steals, and have a batting average that you can live with. It's not exciting, but filling your roster with players like Anderson provide stability, which is worth considering on draft day.

64.
Yasiel Puig
FA

65.
Wil Myers
SD

66.
AJ Pollock
LAD

67.
Garrett Hampson
COL

68.
Nomar Mazara
CWS
An oblique strain derailed what was looking like Mazara's best fantasy season of his career. He elevated the ball more and made more hard contact than ever. Now in a strong White Sox lineup, he should have every opportunity to finally surpass the 20homer barrier and hopefully be a lateround outfielder who can fill a starting spot in your deeper mixed league lineup.

69.
Randal Grichuk
TOR
You know what you're going to get from Grichuk at this point  roughly 30 home runs and around a .240 batting average. But he won't cost you anything, and assuming you have batting average and steals covered earlier in your draft, he'll provide cheap power toward the later rounds.

70.
Trent Grisham
SD
Grisham wasn't overly impressive in his 51game cameo with the Brewers last season, but his minor league track record suggests he has a lot more in the tank. Now with the Padres and with a clear path to the starting center fielder job, Grisham makes an intriguing fantasy option.He has enough speed and power to matter in fantasy, and is the exact type of upside player to snag at the end of your drafts.

71.
Hunter Renfroe
TB
Renfroe's power is undeniable, but so is his ability to drain your batting average. He'll get a chance to play every day with the Rays, and so another 30homer season is well within reach. Just make sure you can withstand elsewhere.

72.
Corey Dickerson
MIA
Dickerson isn't special, but he almost always helps in batting average and should be batting in the middle of the Marlins lineup. Dickerson should contribute, albeit not excel, in four of the five rotisserie categories, which makes him ownable in all leagues 12 teams or deeper.

73.
Mike Yastrzemski
SF
Yastrzemski will enter the season as the Giants' everyday rightfielder, likely batting fifth. That's a prime spot for a hitter who slugged 33 home runs n 147 games between the majors and minors last season. Yastrzemski had never shown that kind of power prior to 2019, but his batted ball data largely backed it up. You won't have to pay the price for a 30homer hitter, so just scoop him up late and hope for a repeat.

74.
Brett Gardner
NYY
Gardner has a little Rodney Dangerfield going on, in that he gets no respect from fantasy owners. Although he'll be entering his age37 season, Gardner popped a careerhigh 28 home runs lat year. The power comes and goes, but he's stolen doubledigit bases in every season of his career, and hasn't scored fewer than 80 runs in a full season since 2010. He lacks the upside of many other lateround outfielders but offers a higher floor.

75.
Gregory Polanco
PIT
Polanco was never able to fully recover from his 2018 shoulder surgery, playing in only 42 games last year. He has seemed on the cusp of a breakout for years, but the bottom line is that he has never hit better than .258 or slugged more than 23 homers. He's expected to be ready for the start of the season, whenever that is, and there is still untapped potential, meaning you should draft Polanco late and hope everything finally comes together.

76.
Shogo Akiyama
CIN
Akiyama should represent a fairly highfloor outfield option that you can get at a bargain basement price. He'll likely bat leadoff for the Reds, potentially hit 20 home runs and steal 10 bases, and pile on the runs scored. There's no Shohei Ohtani upside with the bat, particularly given Akiyama's age, but he'll likely be a decent fivecategory contributor who is basically free in drafts.

77.
Austin Hays
BAL

78.
Domingo Santana
CLE

79.
Austin Riley
ATL

80.
Ian Happ
CHC

81.
Luis Arraez
MIN
Arraez came to the majors and did exactly what he has done throughout his minorleague career. He hit for a high average (.334), rarely struck out (7.9%), and offered nearly no power or speed. Even though his expected batting average was nearly 45 points lower than his actual average, he still should be a major contributor in the category. Is that worth the complete lack of production he offers in three other categories? All depends on your team construction.

82.
Brandon Nimmo
NYM

83.
Kole Calhoun
ARI
Calhoun had returned to camp after originally testing positive for COVID19, but had yet to play in an intrasquad game when he was again missing from camp. It's unclear if Calhoun's absence is again related to COVID19 but, at this point, it's best to look elsewhere for a lateround outfielder unless there is further news.

84.
Sam Hilliard
COL
With the addition of the designated hitter and with Ian Desmond opting out of playing in 2020, Hilliard should see everyday atbats with the Rockies. In TripleA last year, Hilliard hit 35 home runs and stole 22 bases in just 126 games, and he popped seven home runs in 27 MLB games. That's a player who you should have been grabbing at the end of every one of your drafts given his enormous upside, and should now be moving fast up your draft board.

85.
Aristides Aquino
CIN

86.
Jesse Winker
CIN

87.
Teoscar Hernandez
TOR

88.
Anthony Santander
BAL

89.
Jo Adell
LAA

90.
Dylan Carlson
STL

91.
Yoenis Cespedes
NYM

92.
Stephen Piscotty
OAK

93.
Kevin Pillar
COL

94.
Niko Goodrum
DET

95.
Jackie Bradley Jr.
BOS

96.
Jon Berti
MIA

97.
Kevin Kiermaier
TB

98.
Ender Inciarte
ATL

99.
Jason Heyward
CHC

100.
Harrison Bader
STL

101.
Tyler O'Neill
STL

102.
Brandon Belt
SF

103.
Jose Martinez
CHC

104.
Garrett Cooper
MIA

105.
Aaron Hicks
NYY

106.
Victor Reyes
DET

107.
Kyle Lewis
SEA

108.
Jurickson Profar
SD

109.
Eric Thames
WSH

110.
Manuel Margot
TB

111.
Mike Tauchman
NYY

112.
Josh Reddick
HOU

113.
Yoshi Tsutsugo
TB

114.
David Fletcher
LAA

115.
Alex Dickerson
SF

116.
Trey Mancini
BAL

117.
Mitch Haniger
SEA

118.
Marwin Gonzalez
MIN

119.
Franchy Cordero
KC

120.
Leury Garcia
CWS

121.
Alex Gordon
FA

122.
Jose Peraza
BOS

123.
Delino DeShields
CLE
DeShields tested positive for COVID19, but returned to the Indians on July 11. On July 13, however, the team placed him on the IL for undisclosed reasons, which suggests that he has not fully cleared protocol. For now, avoid drafting DeShields, who doesn't appear to have a place to play in any event.

124.
Raimel Tapia
COL

125.
Cameron Maybin
CHC

126.
Jay Bruce
PHI

127.
Clint Frazier
NYY

128.
Hunter Pence
FA

129.
Shed Long Jr.
SEA

130.
Chris Taylor
LAD

131.
Jake Bauers
CLE

132.
Jarrod Dyson
CWS

133.
Christin Stewart
DET

134.
Steven Souza Jr.
FA

135.
Dexter Fowler
STL

136.
Derek Fisher
TOR

137.
Jake Fraley
SEA

138.
Kike Hernandez
LAD

139.
Adam Haseley
PHI

140.
Harold Ramirez
MIA

141.
Johan Camargo
ATL

142.
JaCoby Jones
DET

143.
Brian Goodwin
CIN

144.
Josh Rojas
ARI

145.
Dominic Smith
NYM

146.
Josh Naylor
CLE

147.
Alex Kirilloff
MIN

148.
Adam Duvall
ATL

149.
Lewis Brinson
MIA

150.
Cristian Pache
ATL

151.
Greg Allen
SD

152.
Matt Beaty
LAD

153.
DJ Stewart
BAL

154.
Eric Sogard
MIL

155.
Matt Kemp
COL

156.
Billy Hamilton
CHC

157.
Jose Osuna
PIT

158.
Jordan Luplow
CLE

159.
Stephen Vogt
ARI

160.
Dwight Smith Jr.
BAL

161.
Roman Quinn
PHI

162.
Jake Cave
MIN

163.
Albert Almora Jr.
CHC

164.
Seth Brown
OAK

165.
Chad Pinder
OAK

166.
Tony Kemp
OAK

167.
Odubel Herrera
PHI

168.
Tyler Naquin
CLE

169.
Steven Duggar
SF

170.
Josh VanMeter
ARI

171.
Adam Jones
FA

172.
Myles Straw
HOU

173.
Brett Phillips
TB

174.
Bradley Zimmer
CLE

175.
Daniel Palka
CWS

176.
Leonys Martin
FA

177.
Monte Harrison
MIA

178.
Jake Marisnick
NYM

179.
Ben Zobrist
FA

180.
Edward Olivares
KC

181.
Phillip Ervin
SEA

182.
Michael A. Taylor
FA

183.
Tim Locastro
ARI

184.
Keon Broxton
MIL

185.
Michael Lorenzen
CIN

186.
Brandon Drury
TOR

187.
Billy McKinney
MIL

188.
Julio Rodriguez
SEA

189.
Scott Schebler
ATL

190.
Travis Demeritte
DET

191.
Robbie Grossman
OAK

192.
Lane Thomas
STL

193.
Cedric Mullins II
BAL

194.
Carlos Gonzalez
FA

195.
Guillermo Heredia
NYM

196.
Brock Holt
WSH

197.
Ryan McBroom
KC

198.
Julio Pablo Martinez
TEX

199.
Dariel Alvarez
FA

200.
Alfredo Marte
PHI

201.
Nick Williams
CIN

202.
Parker Meadows
DET

203.
Jeisson Rosario
BOS

204.
Chris Dickerson
BAL

205.
Rajai Davis
FA

206.
Pablo Reyes
PIT

207.
Austin Dean
STL

208.
Anthony Alford
PIT

209.
Darin Ruf
SF

210.
Jarred Kelenic
SEA

211.
Brad Miller
STL

212.
Randy Arozarena
TB

213.
Kevin Kramer
PIT

214.
Braden Bishop
SEA

215.
Brandon Dixon
DET

216.
Taylor Ward
LAA

217.
Jaylin Davis
SF

218.
Bubba Starling
KC

219.
DJ Johnson
FA

220.
Ehire Adrianza
MIN

221.
Mark Payton
CIN

222.
Austin Slater
SF

223.
Ben Gamel
MIL

224.
Tyler Wade
NYY

225.
Matt Joyce
MIA

226.
Michael Taylor
FA

227.
Jared Oliva
PIT

228.
Drew Waters
ATL

229.
Nick Martini
PHI

230.
Sam Travis
TEX

231.
JT Riddle
FA

232.
Michael Hermosillo
LAA

233.
Adam Engel
CWS

234.
Derek Dietrich
TEX

235.
Melky Cabrera
FA

236.
Tim Lopes
SEA

237.
Harold Castro
DET

238.
Dom ThompsonWilliams
SEA

239.
Josh Lowe
TB

240.
Scott Heineman
TEX

241.
Blake Swihart
FA

242.
Dustin Fowler
OAK

243.
Charlie Culberson
ATL

244.
Magneuris Sierra
MIA

245.
Jesus Sanchez
MIA

246.
Tim Beckham
FA

247.
JJ Bleday
MIA

248.
Juan Lagares
FA

249.
Daniel Johnson
CLE

250.
Yairo Munoz
BOS

251.
Taylor Trammell
SEA

252.
Mike Gerber
COL

253.
Chris Owings
COL

254.
Jason Martin
PIT

255.
Jon Jay
ARI

256.
Jonathan Davis
TOR

257.
Dylan Moore
SEA

258.
Dylan Cozens
TB

259.
Dan Robertson
ARI

260.
Adolis Garcia
TEX

261.
Jorge Bonifacio
DET

262.
Kyle Garlick
PHI

263.
Yonathan Daza
COL

264.
Rafael Ortega
ATL

265.
Stevie Wilkerson
FA

266.
Steve Pearce
FA

267.
Jacoby Ellsbury
FA

268.
Socrates Brito
PIT

269.
Nick Heath
KC

270.
Sean Rodriguez
MIA

271.
Justin Williams
STL

272.
Nicky Delmonico
CWS

273.
Travis Jankowski
CIN

274.
Seth Beer
ARI

275.
LaMonte Wade Jr.
MIN

276.
Corey Ray
MIL

277.
Troy Stokes Jr.
DET

278.
Luke Raley
LAD

279.
Daz Cameron
DET

280.
Dilson Herrera
BAL

281.
Luis Alexander Basabe
SF

282.
Chris Shaw
SF

283.
Abraham Almonte
SD

284.
Rosell Herrera
NYY

285.
Erick Mejia
KC

286.
Jose Siri
SF

287.
Michael Harris
ATL

288.
Joe McCarthy
SF

289.
Yusniel Diaz
BAL

290.
Rob Refsnyder
TEX

291.
Leody Taveras
TEX

292.
Buddy Reed
OAK

293.
Trayce Thompson
ARI

294.
Mason Williams
FA

295.
Joey Rickard
SF

296.
Andrew Stevenson
WSH

297.
Micker Adolfo
CWS

298.
Blake Rutherford
CWS

299.
Marcus Wilson
BOS

300.
Peter Bourjos
FA

301.
Mikie Mahtook
PHI

302.
Brian O'Grady
TB

303.
Brent Rooker
MIN

304.
Khalil Lee
KC

305.
Abiatal Avelino
FA

306.
Luis Barrera
OAK

307.
Derek Hill
DET

308.
Yadiel Hernandez
WSH

309.
Charlie Tilson
FA

310.
Tyrone Taylor
MIL

311.
Rusney Castillo
BOS

312.
Ian Miller
CHC

313.
Jahmai Jones
LAA

314.
DJ Peters
LAD

315.
Austin Jackson
FA

316.
Drew Robinson
SF

317.
Eric Filia
SEA

318.
Brandon Marsh
LAA

319.
Skye Bolt
OAK

320.
Jace Peterson
MIL

321.
Gorkys Hernandez
FA

322.
Ryan Cordell
NYM

323.
Ryan McKenna
BAL

324.
Phil Gosselin
PHI

325.
Sam Haggerty
SEA

326.
Gilberto Celestino
MIN

327.
Peter O'Brien
ATL

328.
Terrance Gore
LAD

329.
Estevan Florial
NYY

330.
Mickey Moniak
PHI

331.
Aaron Altherr
FA

332.
Jose Pirela
FA

333.
Ronnie Dawson
HOU

334.
Cesar Puello
BOS

335.
Jake Elmore
FA

336.
Mac Williamson
FA

337.
Greg Deichmann
OAK

338.
Zack Granite
NYY

339.
Isaac Galloway
FA

340.
Johnny Davis
TB

341.
Heliot Ramos
SF

342.
Lane Adams
MIN

343.
Mark Zagunis
CHC

344.
Collin Cowgill
SEA

345.
Noel Cuevas
FA

346.
Ryan LaMarre
FA

347.
Jim Adduci
FA

348.
Yasmany Tomas
ARI

349.
Forrest Wall
TOR

350.
Michael Reed
SF

351.
Trevor Larnach
MIN

352.
Chas McCormick
HOU

353.
Anthony Garcia
LAD

354.
Arismendy Alcantara
LAA

355.
John Andreoli
FA

356.
Trey Amburgey
NYY

357.
Jarren Duran
BOS

358.
JB Shuck
FA

359.
Jose Azocar
DET

360.
Jacob Robson
DET

361.
Boog Powell
FA

362.
Patrick Kivlehan
TOR

363.
Dairon Blanco
INT

364.
Donnie Dewees
KC

365.
Dustin Peterson
FA

366.
Emilio Bonifacio
WSH

367.
Allen Cordoba
SD

368.
Lonnie Chisenhall
FA

369.
Cory Spangenberg
FA

370.
Jose Bautista
FA

371.
Carlos Gomez
FA

372.
Andrew Toles
LAD

373.
Jaycob Brugman
CWS

374.
Ka'ai Tom
CLE

375.
Gerardo Parra
FA

376.
Brandon Guyer
FA
