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Fantasy Baseball Player Notes

2021 Fantasy Baseball Draft Notes

Ronald Acuna Jr. Note
Ronald Acuna Jr. photo 1. Ronald Acuna Jr. ATL
Acuna missed some time last year and batted a mere .250. And thus ends the negative things you can say about him. He walked at an absurd 18.8% clip, which led him to a .406 OBP despite the poor average. He was one of the league leaders in quality of contact, wOBA, and xWOBA, and we now know after the last two years that he will run often on the bases so long as he continues to bat leadoff, which he should. In other words, from a fantasy perspective, Acuna is an absolute monster. He's a top-three pick and will (deservedly) go first overall in many leagues, and there's still upside given that he just turned 23 years old.
5 days ago
Mookie Betts Note
Mookie Betts photo 2. Mookie Betts LAD
Betts's first year with the Dodgers was basically exactly what fantasy managers expected - that is to say it was pretty much in line with what he did with the Red Sox. If you want to quibble, his walk rate dropped a few percentage points and he struck out at a career-worst 15.4% clip. But at this point, there are few safer players than Betts - you know he'll give you strong production in all five categories and he bats atop one of the best lineups in all of baseball. Betts should be a top-three pick and there's every reason to consider him number one overall. The downside is borderline non-existent.
5 days ago
Juan Soto Note
Juan Soto photo 3. Juan Soto WSH
There aren't enough superlatives in the English language to describe what Soto has done in his career given his young age. Had he merely repeated his incredible 2019 numbers last season, fantasy managers would have been ecstatic. Instead, he upped his walk rate from an elite 16.4% to a truly remarkable 20.9%, cut his strikeout rate down to just 14.3%, and batted .351. Soto does not have the speed or baserunning chops to steal 30 bases in a season, which is the only thing keeping him from being considered worthy of drafting first overall. But given what he's accomplished through his age-21 season, it's truly scary to think of how high his ceiling may be. Draft him as a top-five pick and enjoy the ridiculous production.
5 days ago
Mike Trout Note
Mike Trout photo 4. Mike Trout LAA
For one of the first times since he took the league by storm, Trout is not the consensus top pick this year. It's hardly his fault, though it's fair to point out some of the negatives with his 2020 season. He batted a career-low .281, and posted his worst walk- and strikeout-rates since 2015. He also stole only one base. But Trout's move down the overall baseball rankings is due more to his competition for the top spot, rather than his numbers. He was still among the league leaders in quality of contact and every expected statcast metric, and was on pace to hit 50 home runs over the course of a full season. Trout is entering his age-30 season, so although we've seen him rebound from poor stolen base years before, it now seems unlikely that he'll ever get back to much past low-double digits. That keeps him out of the top spot in rotisserie rankings, but his incredibly high floor makes him a top-five overall draft pick.
5 days ago
Christian Yelich Note
Christian Yelich photo 5. Christian Yelich MIL
Yelich's 2020 season was, in a word, bizarre. After batting .327 combined from 2018-2019, his batting average dropped to a meager .205 last year. Although he hit the ball as hard as ever, setting career highs in average exit velocity and hard hit percentage, his strikeout rate ballooned more than 10 points to 30.8%. At the same time, Yelich's walk rate jumped up to 18.6%. Unsurprisingly, the reason for the jump in both Yelich's strikeouts and walks was that he simply swung less - just 34.6% of the time after his mark hovered above 44% the previous two seasons. If Yelich takes the same passive approach in 2021, then it's likely that his batting average will remain below what fantasy managers had come to expect. But considering that his season was so out of line with what he'd produced since coming to Milwaukee, fantasy managers should expect far more this season, and feel confident drafting him late in the first round.
5 days ago
Cody Bellinger Note
Cody Bellinger photo 6. Cody Bellinger LAD
Bellinger was unable to replicate the magic of his 2019 breakout during last year's shortened season. His average dipped to .239, the worst mark of his career, his power dropped significantly, and he didn't make the same quality of contact. But although he slid backwards in his walk and strikeout rates, his regression there was minimal, and his expected batting average was .284. In other words, Bellinger got worse in 2020, but it wasn't quite as bad as the surface numbers suggest. He did have offseason shoulder surgery after getting injured during a post-season celebration, and that's always a bit worrisome for a hitter. But given that a "down" year for Bellinger at this point is a 30-15 season, he warrants being selected early in the second round.
5 days ago
Bryce Harper Note
Bryce Harper photo 7. Bryce Harper PHI
In 157 games in Harper's first year with the Phillies, he batted .260 with 35 home runs, 98 runs, 114 RBI, and 15 steals. In 2020, his 157-game pace was .268 with 35 home runs, 111 runs, 89 RBI, and 21 steals. In other words, Harper provides an incredibly safe baseline now with Philadelphia, and fantasy managers can expect roughly 35 home runs, 15-20 steals, and 220 combined runs and RBI. There were some gains for Harper in 2020, as he walked more and struck out less than he ever had in his career, and hit the ball as hard as ever. But there's no reason to expect much growth in Harper's surface numbers at this point. Take the incredibly high floor in the second round and be happy with it.
5 days ago
Kyle Tucker Note
Kyle Tucker photo 8. Kyle Tucker HOU
Tucker finally got regular playing time last year and it was mostly what fantasy owners had hoped for. Tucker didn't quite put up his gaudy numbers that he averaged in the minors, but he was on roughly a 25-20 pace while helping out in the other statistical categories. Tucker's batted ball profile didn't completely wow anyone last year, but given his performance, his prospect pedigree and minor-league track record, and his guaranteed spot in a strong lineup, fantasy managers should feel little concern about having Tucker be their first outfielder in fantasy.
5 days ago
Eloy Jimenez Note
Eloy Jimenez photo 9. Eloy Jimenez CWS
Jimenez has some warts, without question. He hits the ball on the ground too much, doesn't walk enough, and will provide nothing in the stolen base category. But he makes up for all of that by hitting the ball really, really, really hard pretty much every time he steps up to the plate. Jimenez ranks no worse than the 90th percentile in barrel rate, expected slugging percentage, average exit velocity, and hard hit percentage, and has hit 45 home runs in 177 MLB games. Playing in Guaranteed Rate Field helps, of course, and Jimenez should pretty easily provide nearly 40 home runs with strong runs and RBI over the course of a full season. Draft him as a borderline top-10 outfielder.
5 days ago
Luis Robert Note
Luis Robert photo 10. Luis Robert CWS
Robert's production was pretty much what it was cracked up to be in terms of his power and speed, but his .233 batting average was a little hard to stomach. He struck out way too much (32.2% of the time, bottom 6% of the league), and just didn't make hard enough contact consistently to keep his average above water. But Robert will be just 24 years old this season, so there's plenty of room for growth in that area. That's particularly true given that Robert was a career .312 hitter in the minors and .314 in Cuba. Even if he was a batting average drain, which you shouldn't expect, given that he was on a roughly 30-25 full-season pace last year, fantasy managers should be able to stomach it. Draft him as a borderline first outfielder in fantasy leagues and reap the rewards.
5 days ago
Whit Merrifield Note
Whit Merrifield photo 11. Whit Merrifield KC
Merrifield has established an extremely strong floor, as he'll almost always be an asset in batting average, steals, and runs scored, and chip in for the remaining categories. There were some concern after his steals dropped to just 20 in 2019, but he bounced back to a 32-steal pace last year while also seeing a power spike. Merrifield is 32 years old and does not hit the ball particularly hard, but that's really irrelevant at this point. He is what he is, and with multi-position eligibility, what he is a major asset in fantasy and one of the top second basemen in fantasy.
5 days ago
Marcell Ozuna Note
Marcell Ozuna photo 12. Marcell Ozuna ATL
Ozuna had a career year with the Braves last year, slashing .338/.431/.636, a career best in each category. His 18 home runs and 56 RBI led the National League, while his barrel rate, average exit velocity, and hard hit rate were all among the best in baseball. Given that he had shoulder surgery before the 2018 season, it's fair to assume that he needed two full years to recover. And although perhaps we can't expect him to again lead the league in power categories, you should expect roughly a 35-homer, 100-RBI season with a plus batting average. That makes him capable of being your first outfielder in mixed leagues and an asset to any fantasy team.
5 days ago
George Springer Note
George Springer photo 13. George Springer TOR
Springer's batting average fell off a tad last year, but once he was past his wrist injury, he was explosive, batting .316 with a 1.033 OPS over the final month of the season. His expected statistics were excellent, as he ranked in the top eight percent of the league in xBA, xSLG, and xWOBA. Now with the Blue Jays and an extreme hitter's park (wherever the Blue Jay play this year), he should once again be in line for a stellar year. Home runs and runs scored should again be plentiful, making Springer a rock solid second outfielder in mixed leagues.
5 days ago
Starling Marte Note
Starling Marte photo 14. Starling Marte MIA
Marte's getting a little old for a player to rely on for stolen bases, and although fantasy managers need to start lowering their expectations as he enters his age-32 season, there should be enough left in the tank for him to be productive. He ranked in the top 11% in sprint speed last year and was caught stealing just twice in 10 attempts. The quality of his contact declined fairly significantly, however, and considering he now plays in Miami, anything more than 15 home runs should be considered gravy. But he'll likely continue to chip in for all five rotisserie categories and be an asset in both stolen bases and batting average, two difficult categories to fill. Again, temper expectations a bit against his historical production, but fantasy managers can still draft him with confidence.
5 days ago
Aaron Judge Note
Aaron Judge photo 15. Aaron Judge NYY
Judge missed about half of the regular season last year with a calf strain, though he still hit for plenty of power when he was in the lineup. He walked and struck out a bit less than usual, but trying to glean anything from a 28-game sample, given Judge's history, is silly. When he's in the lineup, you know you'll get a ton of power and runs scored with a passable average. The key is "when he's in the lineup," however, as injuries have forced Judge to miss significant time over the last three seasons. So long as you factor that into your draft price and select him as an OF2, you'll be happy with the production.
5 days ago
Randy Arozarena Note
Randy Arozarena photo 16. Randy Arozarena TB
Fantasy managers will likely remember Arozarena's remarkable postseason, when he slashed .377/.442/.831. But his regular season (.281/.382/.641) would make him a strong fantasy asset if he could repeat hit. Arozarena wasn't looked at as a high impact prospect, but he put on significant muscle before last year and it manifested itself in his power production. There's a 25-homer bat in his skill set, and the fact that he'll likely throw in 15-20 steals should give him a high floor regardless. Don't pay for the postseason, of course, but Arozarena should be a rock solid fantasy outfielder in 2021.
5 days ago
Michael Conforto Note
Michael Conforto photo 17. Michael Conforto NYM
Conforto built on his excellent 2019 season by trading off a bit of power for some batting average. Fed by a significant increase in line drive rate that led to a .412 BABIP, Conforto batted a career best .322 last year. His xBA was just .284, so don't think that he suddenly morphed into a high average bat, but he did hit above .300 against every type of pitch last year, so it was certainly more than luck. Expect some regression to closer to his .259 mark, but he should hit around 30 homers with plenty of runs and RBI and even toss in a few steals. That makes him a worthwhile OF2 in mixed leagues.
5 days ago
Charlie Blackmon Note
Charlie Blackmon photo 18. Charlie Blackmon COL
Blackmon hit just six home runs last year, and the quality of his contact was downright awful. His 86.9 MPH average exit velocity, 29.7% hard hit rate, and 4.9% barrel rate were all well below the MLB average and at or close to his career worst marks. And his sprint speed continued to decline to now what is essentially league average. The steals are likely gone for good, but even on his worst day, Blackmon will help you in batting average, runs, and RBI, and he was still on pace for 15 home runs last year. Blackmon may be on the downside of his career, but he won't cost you much and can still contribute solid or better numbers in four of five categories. With his draft price fairly modest, there's plenty of value there.
23 hours ago
Nick Castellanos Note
Nick Castellanos photo 19. Nick Castellanos CIN
Castellanos hit for plenty of power last season with the Reds, but it was far from the full breakout season many expected. His strikeout rate jumped to 28.5%, his batting average cratered to a career-low .225, and his wOBA was his worst mark since 2015. But Castellanos was also the victim of some pretty terrible luck, given that he had an expected batting average of .273 and a strong 46.7% hard-hit rate. With a full year in Great American Ballpark, Castellanos should fully live up to the hype he had coming into the 2020 season if he can just have even normal luck. Draft him with confidence as a likely strong four-category contributor.
5 days ago
Trent Grisham Note
Trent Grisham photo 20. Trent Grisham SD
Grisham had an excellent debut season with San Diego, reaching double digits in both home runs and steals in his 59 games. He improved on his already strong walk rate from 2019, and improved his quality of contact significantly. Whether or not you buy the bat, we know he has plenty of speed to do damage on the basepaths, as he ranks in the 96th percentile in sprint speed. Slated to lead off again for a strong Padres lineup, Grisham should provide plenty of runs scored to go along with his potential for a 20-20 season.
5 days ago
Austin Meadows Note
Austin Meadows photo 21. Austin Meadows TB
Meadows missed time with an oblique injury last year, and, more importantly, because of complications from COVID-19. Meadows's strikeout rate ballooned to 32.9% and his average fell to just .205 in 2020. Even if you expected regression from his 2019 season, he's just much better than a player who put up the 87 wRC+ and .292 wOBA we saw last year. Though it's absolutely fair to write off Meadows's season entirely, it's a bit worrisome that he struggled so much against lefties (.143 batting average), as that could potentially open him up to a platoon situation if he struggles against them out of the gate. The best course of action is to discount him from his numbers in 2019 for certain, but still buy him as a strong third outfielder, which should bake in the risk of any continued struggles against his upside.
5 days ago
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. Note
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. photo 22. Lourdes Gurriel Jr. TOR
Gurriel Jr. has developed into an extremely strong major league hitter, showing far more power than he did in the minors. He makes consistently strong (though not elite) contact, and although he swings a ton, his strikeout rate isn't prohibitive. Gurriel isn't going to be elite in any category, but he's going to provide some value in all five. Batting in an excellent lineup and hitter's park (whichever one it may be), Gurriel should be a fine pick in drafts in all formats.
5 days ago
Teoscar Hernandez Note
Teoscar Hernandez photo 23. Teoscar Hernandez TOR
Hernandez missed 10 games due to injury and still put up an impressive 16 home runs in his mere 50 games. The statcast leaderboard is peppered with Hernandez's name, as he hit the ball hard consistently throughout the year. He also upped his line drive rate significantly, which his why the underlying statistics supported his massive jump in batting average. But it's hard to tell if Hernandez's 2020 season was real or just a very hot 50-game stretch. After all, he still struck out more than 30 percent of the time, and his walk rate dropped by about two points. In the end, given his home park and his supporting case, you can buy Hernandez as a 35-homer bat who will chip in steals and help with the remaining counting stats. But assume he hits closer to his .245 batting average, and don't count on the 50 homer pace you saw last year.
5 days ago
Eddie Rosario Note
Eddie Rosario photo 24. Eddie Rosario CLE
Cavan Biggio Note
Cavan Biggio photo 25. Cavan Biggio TOR
Biggio doesn't hit the ball particularly well and is passive almost to a fault. He swung at just 36% of the pitches he saw last year, third-fewest in MLB, and that represents a continued trend. That passivity leads to increased strikeouts, but also plenty of walks, as Biggio took a free pass 15.5% of the time last season, which ranked in the top 8 percent of baseball. Despite not making consistently strong contact, Biggio has hit 24 home runs in his 159 major league games, and he's added on 107 runs and 20 steals. Those numbers play extremely well for fantasy, particularly at the weak second base position. Biggio is likely to add third base eligibility with the Blue Jays' addition of Marcus Semien, which should only add to his value, and he makes a fine pick if you can nab him in the fifth round or so where his ADP generally lands.
5 days ago
Tommy Pham Note
Tommy Pham photo 26. Tommy Pham SD
Pham had a terrible 2020 season, during which he slashed .211/.312/.312 and hit just three home runs. A broken hamate bone limited him to just 31 games, and to make matters worse, he was stabbed in the lower back during an altercation in the offseason. But even entering his age-33 season, there are reasons to be optimistic about his 2021 outlook. Pham had averaged roughly 22 home runs and 22 steals with a .284 batting average the three years prior to last, and he had the highest hard-hit rate of his career in 2020. Indeed, his expected batting average of .266 was 55 points higher than his actual average. There's reason to expect Pham to return to his 20-20 ways if he can remain healthy, and batting in a loaded Padres lineup, he should add plenty of counting stats.
5 days ago
Alex Verdugo Note
Alex Verdugo photo 27. Alex Verdugo BOS
Mike Yastrzemski Note
Mike Yastrzemski photo 28. Mike Yastrzemski SF
Brandon Lowe Note
Brandon Lowe photo 29. Brandon Lowe TB
Lowe actually lost a point on his batting average from 2019 (.269 from .270), but his profile looked far better in 2020. He cut his strikeout rate from 34.6% to 25.9%, and his swinging strike rate from 19.1% to 15.4%. Despite barreling the ball a whopping 17.5% of the time (top 2 percent in baseball), his average dropped a point because, well, he just didn't have an outrageously lucky BABIP like he did in 2019 (.377). Lowe improved his ISO and HR/FB rate, and was generally the best version of himself in 2020. Even mashing together his 2019 and 2020 seasons, Lowe has hit 31 homers and stole eight bases over 138 games. Batting near the top of a strong lineup, he should deliver another solid season at the thin second base position.
5 days ago
Wil Myers Note
Wil Myers photo 30. Wil Myers SD
Myers talked openly about making a swing change last year, and it paid off in a big way. He raised his average by nearly 50 points over the previous year while cutting his strikeout rate, and ranked in the top seven percent in barrel rate. Myers didn't run as much as previous years in the shortened season, but he still ranked in the top 85% of the league in sprint speed. His average will likely come down to closer to its career .254 mark. But he has earned a bit of a leash at least with his strong 2020 campaign, and should be a fine power-speed combination who will put up solid overall counting numbers.
5 days ago
Byron Buxton Note
Byron Buxton photo 31. Byron Buxton MIN
Yordan Alvarez Note
Yordan Alvarez photo 32. Yordan Alvarez HOU
Alvarez missed almost all of last season and had surgery on both of his knees, which is obviously worrisome for his 2021 outlook. His 2019 performance was incredibly impressive on every level (50 homers, 149 RBI in 143 games between the majors and minors), and he offers a high batting average floor to boot. It's all about health with Alvarez, so monitor his performance this spring. If he shows he's remotely healthy, his ADP is going to skyrocket.
5 days ago
Jeff McNeil Note
Jeff McNeil photo 33. Jeff McNeil NYM
Much of McNeil's 2020 season looked similar to his year in 2019. He hit over .300, rarely struck out, and got on base plenty. But the power gains that we saw in 2019 vanished, as he hit just four home runs over 52 games. His barrel rate (2.5%) and hard-hit percentage (26.5%) were some of the worst in the league, and he didn't even offer the token stolen base that he had chipped in during previous seasons. This is a scenario where McNeil's value to any particular fantasy manager will depend on the weight he or she gives to the shortened 2020 season. Given that McNeil never hit the ball particularly hard anyway, though, a good bet is to assume he at least returns to the high teens in home runs, slightly below his 2019 pace. With his strong average and multi-position eligibility, that makes McNeil an asset in the middle rounds.
5 days ago
Michael Brantley Note
Michael Brantley photo 34. Michael Brantley HOU
After a few hours where it looked like Brantley was heading to the Blue Jays, he'll instead return to the Astros on a two-year contract. Despite his advancing age, Brantley remains one of the safest players in all of fantasy, batting at least .299 in each of the last six seasons in which he played at least 11 games. He both walked and struck out more than usual last season, but given that he played in just 46 games, there's little reason to draw any firm conclusions from that data. The bigger issue is that Brantley excels in only batting average, and although he'll offer something in each of the other four rotisserie categories, he won't be a difference-maker. Draft Brantley in the middle-to-later rounds if you need an average boost, but there's little upside.
5 days ago
Dominic Smith Note
Dominic Smith photo 35. Dominic Smith NYM
Ramon Laureano Note
Ramon Laureano photo 36. Ramon Laureano OAK
Laureano had a down 2020, which included a .213 batting average and a sharp decline in his Statcast data, as well as his steal attempts. But he had provided a fairly solid baseline over the two prior seasons, with a .288 batting average, 29 home runs, and 20 steals while being caught just three times over 171 games. Laureano doesn't excel anywhere, but he'll chip in almost everywhere, and you can get him beyond the 12th round in most drafts. He's an ideal fourth outfielder in mixed leagues.
5 days ago
J.D. Martinez Note
J.D. Martinez photo 37. J.D. Martinez BOS
Martinez had a disastrous 2020 season, during which he slashed just .213/.291/.389 and hit seven home runs. Martinez simply didn't hit the ball nearly as hard as he used to, and hit a ton of fly balls, the combination of which helped to drain his batting average significantly. There's a ton to dislike about last year, but given that Martinez has talked about how much he relies on watching video in-game, and his inability to do so last year because of COVID-19 protocols, it seems likely that you can write off last year to a slump that didn't have time to end. He'll be eligible at utility only, but there's a massive opportunity for profit if you are willing to largely look past 2020.
5 days ago
Joey Gallo Note
Joey Gallo photo 38. Joey Gallo TEX
Gallo went from a big-time power hitter who would drain your batting average in 2017-2018, to a big-time power hitter who wouldn't crush your average in 2019, to a complete disaster in 2020. Gallo has actually been consistent against righties over the last several years, and the difference in his performance has been that he somehow destroyed lefties in 2019 (.333/.427/.747) and was worse than ever in 2020 (.143/.241/.386). The best bet is he's more like the 2017-2018 version of himself, and he'll likely put up a season where he hits around 40 home runs and bats in the low .200s. That's plenty valuable, and his ADP seems to be giving a ton of credit to his 2020 season. That leaves a lot of room for Gallo to outperform his draft position.
5 days ago
Kyle Lewis Note
Kyle Lewis photo 39. Kyle Lewis SEA
Victor Robles Note
Victor Robles photo 40. Victor Robles WSH
There were plenty of warning signs with Robles' batted-ball data heading into 2020, and they're only greater now after an abysmal season during which he slashed .220/.293/.315. The MLB average in barrel rate and average exit velocity are 6.4% and 88.3 MPH, respectively. Robles clocked in at 4.8% and 83.3 MPH in 2019, and then fell to a ridiculous 1.7% and 82.2 MPH in 2020. His continously poor contact limits any upside, but it's worth noting that he still hit 17 homers and stole 28 bases in 2019 despite it all. Robles is still just entering his age-24 season, so massive long-term growth is still certainly on the table. But for now, it's impossible to justify drafting him as anything more than a fifth outfielder in mixed leagues.
5 days ago
Anthony Santander Note
Anthony Santander photo 41. Anthony Santander BAL
Giancarlo Stanton Note
Giancarlo Stanton photo 42. Giancarlo Stanton NYY
It's all about the injuries with Stanton, as after two healthy seasons, he's been limited to just 41 games over the last two. There's little to analyze with the slugger other than his health. He still hits the ball as hard as anyone and walks and strikes out a ton. There's been little decline in his batted ball data over the last two years, but even if there had been, the sample size would be too small to draw any conclusions. Stanton is likely eligible at utility only in your league, but that limitation should let him come as a discount in drafts. Have power on your bench ready to fill in if you draft Stanton, but there's no reason to run from him.
9 hours ago
Max Kepler Note
Max Kepler photo 43. Max Kepler MIN
Ketel Marte Note
Ketel Marte photo 44. Ketel Marte ARI
Most fantasy managers expected regression from Marte after his breakout 2019 season, but few saw last year coming. Marte hit two homeruns in his 45 games, and contributed minimally elsewhere other than batting average. His walk rate dropped to a miniscule 3.6%, and although he struck out less than ever, the quality of his contact was overwhelmingly poor. Truth be told, both 2019 and 2020 are probably outliers for Marte, and the truth probably lies somewhere between his 2018 (.260/.332/.437) and 2019 (.329/.389/.592) seasons. Those numbers will play at second base, especially given Marte's draft cost, but give up dreams of him hitting 32 home runs ever again.
5 days ago
Ian Happ Note
Ian Happ photo 45. Ian Happ CHC
Happ has always made consistently hard contact, but his strikeout rate was simply untenable, hovering around 34% in his first two seasons. But he has cut that down to a more manageable 26% over the last two years, and he's batted .260 with 23 home runs and 58 RBI over 115 games in that span. Happ has some speed even if he hasn't shown it recently, and he'll likely bat leadoff for the Cubs, who may need to manufacture runs more than in previous years. The average probably won't help you much, but he should contribute in four categories at a relatively inexpensive price.
5 days ago
AJ Pollock Note
AJ Pollock photo 46. AJ Pollock LAD
Tommy Edman Note
Tommy Edman photo 47. Tommy Edman STL
Dylan Carlson Note
Dylan Carlson photo 48. Dylan Carlson STL
Carlson caught major buzz heading into the season last year as he looked likely to earn an everyday role in the outfield, but he sputtered for much of the season even when he did play, slashing just .200/.252/.364 with three home runs in 119 plate appearances. But he had a successful, albeit brief, post-season, and now again looks ready to claim a starting outfield spot for the Cardinals. Carlson is just 22 years old and has a strong minor-league track record. If he can hold down his spot, he has 25-15 potential, and should hit for a solid average. Given his age and his poor 2020 season, there's some obvious risk, but the draft capital necessary to get him on your team is not prohibitive, and his upside should make him a target in all formats.
5 days ago
Andrew McCutchen Note
Andrew McCutchen photo 49. Andrew McCutchen PHI
Kyle Schwarber Note
Kyle Schwarber photo 50. Kyle Schwarber WSH
Schwarber gave back many of his 2019 gains last year, seeing a rise in strikeout rate (29.5%) and his batting average dropping to an abysmal .188. But Schwarber's season was far from linear: over the first half of the season, he slashed .230/.343/.448, but those numbers dropped to .154/.279/.346 over the second half. At the same time, he continued to hit the ball extremely hard, with a 92.8 MPH average exit velocity, which was top 5% in the league. Given his consistently hard contact, the better course of action seems to forgive Schwarber for what amounted to an extremely poor 24-game stretch to close out the season. Now batting in the middle of the Nationals lineup with a fresh start and entering his age-28 season, Schwarber should rebound to somewhere between his 2018 and 2019 numbers.
5 days ago
Kris Bryant Note
Kris Bryant photo 51. Kris Bryant CHC
Ryan Mountcastle Note
Ryan Mountcastle photo 52. Ryan Mountcastle BAL
Mountcastle followed up a successful minor-league career with a strong 35-game stint in the majors last year. Not only did he bat .333 with an .878 OPS and a 139 wRC+, but he also walked 7.9% of the time, far above what he showed in the minors. The batting average is unsustainable - he was a .295 hitter in the minors and last year he relied on a .398 BABIP despite sub-par average exit velocity and a middling line drive rate. But playing in Camden Yards should certainly keep his production high, and batting in the middle of the Orioles lineup should lead to enough RBI chances to make him a rosterable, if not startable, fantasy option.
5 days ago
Dylan Moore Note
Dylan Moore photo 53. Dylan Moore SEA
Trey Mancini Note
Trey Mancini photo 54. Trey Mancini BAL
Mancini missed all of the 2020 season after being diagnosed with cancer, but appears to be healthy as we head into 2021. He had a breakout 2019 season during which he hit 35 home runs and slashed .291/.364/.535, and there's every reason to think that production is sustainable. Mancini had hit 24 home runs in each of the two previous seasons, and other than being a bit more selective at the plate, made few changes that suggest his 2019 production was fluky. Instead, it appeared to be the natural progression of a hitter improving on his already strong foundation. Batting in a great home park, Mancini should again be a four-category producer, and his ADP should rise if he shows he's fully healthy throughout the spring.
5 days ago
Jorge Soler Note
Jorge Soler photo 55. Jorge Soler KC
Franmil Reyes Note
Franmil Reyes photo 56. Franmil Reyes CLE
Clint Frazier Note
Clint Frazier photo 57. Clint Frazier NYY
Andrew Benintendi Note
Andrew Benintendi photo 58. Andrew Benintendi KC
Benintendi will get a fresh start with the Royals in 2021, and if any player ever needed a change of scenery, it's him. After looking like a perennial 20-20 player with a solid batting average, Benintendi has fallen off a cliff the last two years. To the extent you could boil his struggles down to something simple, it was that he appeared to get too homer-happy in 2019. Despite making better contact when he did hit the ball, his swinging strike rate jumped by four points to 11.6%, and his fly ball percentage and launch angle skyrocketed. Things didn't look much better in his brief 2020 season, which was cut short by a rib injury. Benintendi is still young, and out of the spotlight of the Boston media, might be able to return to what made him an impact player prior to 2019. You won't need to spend a ton to find out, thankfully, and he's worth a late-round pick in all formats.
5 days ago
Jesse Winker Note
Jesse Winker photo 59. Jesse Winker CIN
Lorenzo Cain Note
Lorenzo Cain photo 60. Lorenzo Cain MIL
Nick Solak Note
Nick Solak photo 61. Nick Solak TEX
Victor Reyes Note
Victor Reyes photo 62. Victor Reyes DET
Randal Grichuk Note
Randal Grichuk photo 63. Randal Grichuk TOR
Mark Canha Note
Mark Canha photo 64. Mark Canha OAK
Kole Calhoun Note
Kole Calhoun photo 65. Kole Calhoun ARI
Brandon Nimmo Note
Brandon Nimmo photo 66. Brandon Nimmo NYM
Nimmo has a career .390 OBP and will be batting atop the Mets lineup this year, and that's really all you need to know for his fantasy value. He'll likely be a steady contributor in the runs scored category, while chipping in some homers and steals with a batting average that won't hurt you much. He might see a bit of a platoon against left-handers, but he's a player who will cost you nothing in drafts and who can fill in for your team if you need him. He's worth a bench spot in all 10-team or deeper leagues.
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Mitch Haniger Note
Mitch Haniger photo 67. Mitch Haniger SEA
David Peralta Note
David Peralta photo 68. David Peralta ARI
Raimel Tapia Note
Raimel Tapia photo 69. Raimel Tapia COL
Austin Hays Note
Austin Hays photo 70. Austin Hays BAL
Leody Taveras Note
Leody Taveras photo 71. Leody Taveras TEX
Aaron Hicks Note
Aaron Hicks photo 72. Aaron Hicks NYY
Chris Taylor Note
Chris Taylor photo 73. Chris Taylor LAD
Jarred Kelenic Note
Jarred Kelenic photo 74. Jarred Kelenic SEA
Austin Riley Note
Austin Riley photo 75. Austin Riley ATL
Riley made some notable gains last year after he looked like he might fall out of fantasy-relevance entirely with the way he closed his 2019 season. He essentially traded off some power for contact, as his swing percentage dropped, his contact rate increased, and he improved on both his walk and strikeout rates. Although there was some question as to whether the Braves would add another third baseman in free agency, it appears they're content to roll with Riley to begin the year. That should make him a cheap source of power for fantasy, one whose batting average (.262 xBA last year) won't hurt you too badly.
5 days ago
Bryan Reynolds Note
Bryan Reynolds photo 76. Bryan Reynolds PIT
Hunter Dozier Note
Hunter Dozier photo 77. Hunter Dozier KC
Dozier is almost entirely off the fantasy radar this year, but that feels like an overreaction to 2020. Yes, his poor performance last year makes his breakout 2019 performance seem like an outlier, but really, it seems like 2020, rather than 2019, should be discounted. Dozier's quality of contact was awful last year, but it was out of character for him over the previous two seasons, and was more likely the result of him having tested positive for COVID-19 rather than from a sudden loss of skills. The Royals' lineup is sneaky deep, and Dozier will start at third base this season, giving him eligibility at three positions. Considering he's free in drafts, there is every reason to scoop him up with a late-round pick.
19 hours ago
Daulton Varsho Note
Daulton Varsho photo 78. Daulton Varsho ARI
Varsho saw plenty of action between catcher and the outfield last year for the Diamondbacks, and although he batted just .188, he hit three home runs and stole three bases. That may not sound like much but for a catcher-eligible player in 37 games, it's plenty. The problem for Varsho is that the Diamondbacks' roster looks pretty full, especially with the signing of Asdrubal Cabrera, and there's a good chance he begins the year in the minors. There's a ton of potential for Varsho, given that he was a high-average hitter during his minor-league career, but it seems increasingly likely that fantasy managers will need to wait a bit longer for him to become someone to start in fantasy leagues.
5 days ago
Nick Senzel Note
Nick Senzel photo 79. Nick Senzel CIN
J.D. Davis Note
J.D. Davis photo 80. J.D. Davis NYM
Brian Anderson Note
Brian Anderson photo 81. Brian Anderson MIA
Adam Eaton Note
Adam Eaton photo 82. Adam Eaton CWS
Garrett Hampson Note
Garrett Hampson photo 83. Garrett Hampson COL
David Dahl Note
David Dahl photo 84. David Dahl TEX
Joc Pederson Note
Joc Pederson photo 85. Joc Pederson CHC
Avisail Garcia Note
Avisail Garcia photo 86. Avisail Garcia MIL
Alex Kirilloff Note
Alex Kirilloff photo 87. Alex Kirilloff MIN
Manuel Margot Note
Manuel Margot photo 88. Manuel Margot TB
Jurickson Profar Note
Jurickson Profar photo 89. Jurickson Profar SD
David Fletcher Note
David Fletcher photo 90. David Fletcher LAA
Alex Dickerson Note
Alex Dickerson photo 91. Alex Dickerson SF
Yasiel Puig Note
Yasiel Puig photo 92. Yasiel Puig FA
Jon Berti Note
Jon Berti photo 93. Jon Berti MIA
Justin Upton Note
Justin Upton photo 94. Justin Upton LAA
Corey Dickerson Note
Corey Dickerson photo 95. Corey Dickerson MIA
Oscar Mercado Note
Oscar Mercado photo 96. Oscar Mercado CLE
Jo Adell Note
Jo Adell photo 97. Jo Adell LAA
Kevin Pillar Note
Kevin Pillar photo 98. Kevin Pillar NYM
Jackie Bradley Jr. Note
Jackie Bradley Jr. photo 99. Jackie Bradley Jr. FA
Jason Heyward Note
Jason Heyward photo 100. Jason Heyward CHC
Adam Duvall Note
Adam Duvall photo 101. Adam Duvall MIA
Hunter Renfroe Note
Hunter Renfroe photo 102. Hunter Renfroe BOS
Cristian Pache Note
Cristian Pache photo 103. Cristian Pache ATL
Brandon Belt Note
Brandon Belt photo 104. Brandon Belt SF
Willie Calhoun Note
Willie Calhoun photo 105. Willie Calhoun TEX
Stephen Piscotty Note
Stephen Piscotty photo 106. Stephen Piscotty OAK
Austin Slater Note
Austin Slater photo 107. Austin Slater SF
Sam Hilliard Note
Sam Hilliard photo 108. Sam Hilliard COL
Robbie Grossman Note
Robbie Grossman photo 109. Robbie Grossman DET
Scott Kingery Note
Scott Kingery photo 110. Scott Kingery PHI
Shogo Akiyama Note
Shogo Akiyama photo 111. Shogo Akiyama CIN
Mauricio Dubon Note
Mauricio Dubon photo 112. Mauricio Dubon SF
Myles Straw Note
Myles Straw photo 113. Myles Straw HOU
Tyler O'Neill Note
Tyler O'Neill photo 114. Tyler O'Neill STL
Garrett Cooper Note
Garrett Cooper photo 115. Garrett Cooper MIA
Josh Naylor Note
Josh Naylor photo 116. Josh Naylor CLE
Kevin Kiermaier Note
Kevin Kiermaier photo 117. Kevin Kiermaier TB
Luis Arraez Note
Luis Arraez photo 118. Luis Arraez MIN
Harrison Bader Note
Harrison Bader photo 119. Harrison Bader STL
Niko Goodrum Note
Niko Goodrum photo 120. Niko Goodrum DET
Franchy Cordero Note
Franchy Cordero photo 121. Franchy Cordero BOS
Gregory Polanco Note
Gregory Polanco photo 122. Gregory Polanco PIT
Ryan Braun Note
Ryan Braun photo 123. Ryan Braun FA
Shin-Soo Choo Note
Shin-Soo Choo photo 124. Shin-Soo Choo FA
Kike Hernandez Note
Kike Hernandez photo 125. Kike Hernandez BOS
Danny Santana Note
Danny Santana photo 126. Danny Santana FA
Nomar Mazara Note
Nomar Mazara photo 127. Nomar Mazara DET
JaCoby Jones Note
JaCoby Jones photo 128. JaCoby Jones DET
Josh Reddick Note
Josh Reddick photo 129. Josh Reddick FA
Aristides Aquino Note
Aristides Aquino photo 130. Aristides Aquino CIN
Miguel Andujar Note
Miguel Andujar photo 131. Miguel Andujar NYY
Ender Inciarte Note
Ender Inciarte photo 132. Ender Inciarte ATL
Adam Frazier Note
Adam Frazier photo 133. Adam Frazier PIT
Roman Quinn Note
Roman Quinn photo 134. Roman Quinn PHI
Julio Rodriguez Note
Julio Rodriguez photo 135. Julio Rodriguez SEA
Michael Chavis Note
Michael Chavis photo 136. Michael Chavis BOS
DJ Stewart Note
DJ Stewart photo 137. DJ Stewart BAL
Chad Pinder Note
Chad Pinder photo 138. Chad Pinder OAK
Brett Gardner Note
Brett Gardner photo 139. Brett Gardner NYY
Daniel Johnson Note
Daniel Johnson photo 140. Daniel Johnson CLE
Michael A. Taylor Note
Michael A. Taylor photo 141. Michael A. Taylor KC
Tim Lopes Note
Tim Lopes photo 142. Tim Lopes MIL
Monte Harrison Note
Monte Harrison photo 143. Monte Harrison MIA
Edward Olivares Note
Edward Olivares photo 144. Edward Olivares KC
Cedric Mullins II Note
Cedric Mullins II photo 145. Cedric Mullins II BAL
Yoshi Tsutsugo Note
Yoshi Tsutsugo photo 146. Yoshi Tsutsugo TB
Jared Oliva Note
Jared Oliva photo 147. Jared Oliva PIT
Andrew Stevenson Note
Andrew Stevenson photo 148. Andrew Stevenson WSH
Anthony Alford Note
Anthony Alford photo 149. Anthony Alford PIT
Tim Locastro Note
Tim Locastro photo 150. Tim Locastro ARI
Adam Haseley Note
Adam Haseley photo 151. Adam Haseley PHI
Mike Tauchman Note
Mike Tauchman photo 152. Mike Tauchman NYY
Chas McCormick Note
Chas McCormick photo 153. Chas McCormick HOU
Josh Lowe Note
Josh Lowe photo 154. Josh Lowe TB
Dexter Fowler Note
Dexter Fowler photo 155. Dexter Fowler LAA
Marwin Gonzalez Note
Marwin Gonzalez photo 156. Marwin Gonzalez BOS
Jay Bruce Note
Jay Bruce photo 157. Jay Bruce NYY
Jake Cave Note
Jake Cave photo 158. Jake Cave MIN
Tony Kemp Note
Tony Kemp photo 159. Tony Kemp OAK
Jose Marmolejos Note
Jose Marmolejos photo 160. Jose Marmolejos SEA
Jake Bauers Note
Jake Bauers photo 161. Jake Bauers CLE
Nick Markakis Note
Nick Markakis photo 162. Nick Markakis FA
Jarren Duran Note
Jarren Duran photo 163. Jarren Duran BOS
Riley Green Note
Riley Green photo 164. Riley Green HS
JJ Bleday Note
JJ Bleday photo 165. JJ Bleday MIA
Adam Engel Note
Adam Engel photo 166. Adam Engel CWS
Mallex Smith Note
Mallex Smith photo 167. Mallex Smith NYM
Odubel Herrera Note
Odubel Herrera photo 168. Odubel Herrera PHI
Yusniel Diaz Note
Yusniel Diaz photo 169. Yusniel Diaz BAL
Shed Long Jr. Note
Shed Long Jr. photo 170. Shed Long Jr. SEA
Domingo Santana Note
Domingo Santana photo 171. Domingo Santana FA
Jose Martinez Note
Jose Martinez photo 172. Jose Martinez NYM
Josh Rojas Note
Josh Rojas photo 173. Josh Rojas ARI
Leury Garcia Note
Leury Garcia photo 174. Leury Garcia CWS
Jesus Sanchez Note
Jesus Sanchez photo 175. Jesus Sanchez MIA
Brandon Marsh Note
Brandon Marsh photo 176. Brandon Marsh LAA
Jarrod Dyson Note
Jarrod Dyson photo 177. Jarrod Dyson FA
Delino DeShields Note
Delino DeShields photo 178. Delino DeShields TEX
Eric Thames Note
Eric Thames photo 179. Eric Thames FA
Derek Fisher Note
Derek Fisher photo 180. Derek Fisher MIL
Lewis Brinson Note
Lewis Brinson photo 181. Lewis Brinson MIA
Cameron Maybin Note
Cameron Maybin photo 182. Cameron Maybin CHC
Jose Peraza Note
Jose Peraza photo 183. Jose Peraza NYM
Brian Goodwin Note
Brian Goodwin photo 184. Brian Goodwin PIT
Harold Ramirez Note
Harold Ramirez photo 185. Harold Ramirez MIA
Stephen Vogt Note
Stephen Vogt photo 186. Stephen Vogt ARI
Eric Sogard Note
Eric Sogard photo 187. Eric Sogard FA
Johan Camargo Note
Johan Camargo photo 188. Johan Camargo ATL
Taylor Ward Note
Taylor Ward photo 189. Taylor Ward LAA
Sam Haggerty Note
Sam Haggerty photo 190. Sam Haggerty SEA
Jordan Luplow Note
Jordan Luplow photo 191. Jordan Luplow CLE
Phillip Ervin Note
Phillip Ervin photo 192. Phillip Ervin ATL
Brad Miller Note
Brad Miller photo 193. Brad Miller PHI
Seth Brown Note
Seth Brown photo 194. Seth Brown OAK
Lane Thomas Note
Lane Thomas photo 195. Lane Thomas STL
Taylor Trammell Note
Taylor Trammell photo 196. Taylor Trammell SEA
Tyler Naquin Note
Tyler Naquin photo 197. Tyler Naquin CIN
Christin Stewart Note
Christin Stewart photo 198. Christin Stewart DET
Ben Gamel Note
Ben Gamel photo 199. Ben Gamel CLE
Bradley Zimmer Note
Bradley Zimmer photo 200. Bradley Zimmer CLE
Jake Marisnick Note
Jake Marisnick photo 201. Jake Marisnick CHC
Juan Rivera Note
Juan Rivera photo 202. Juan Rivera FA
Jake Fraley Note
Jake Fraley photo 203. Jake Fraley SEA
Cole Tucker Note
Cole Tucker photo 204. Cole Tucker PIT
Tyler Wade Note
Tyler Wade photo 205. Tyler Wade NYY
Drew Waters Note
Drew Waters photo 206. Drew Waters ATL
Magneuris Sierra Note
Magneuris Sierra photo 207. Magneuris Sierra MIA
Steven Souza Jr. Note
Steven Souza Jr. photo 208. Steven Souza Jr. HOU
Dee Strange-Gordon Note
Dee Strange-Gordon photo 209. Dee Strange-Gordon CIN
Derek Dietrich Note
Derek Dietrich photo 210. Derek Dietrich NYY
Matt Beaty Note
Matt Beaty photo 211. Matt Beaty LAD
Yairo Munoz Note
Yairo Munoz photo 212. Yairo Munoz BOS
Travis Demeritte Note
Travis Demeritte photo 213. Travis Demeritte ATL
Matt Kemp Note
Matt Kemp photo 214. Matt Kemp FA
Darin Ruf Note
Darin Ruf photo 215. Darin Ruf SF
Daz Cameron Note
Daz Cameron photo 216. Daz Cameron DET
Brent Rooker Note
Brent Rooker photo 217. Brent Rooker MIN
Harold Castro Note
Harold Castro photo 218. Harold Castro DET
Dustin Fowler Note
Dustin Fowler photo 219. Dustin Fowler OAK
Bubba Starling Note
Bubba Starling photo 220. Bubba Starling KC
Ryan McBroom Note
Ryan McBroom photo 221. Ryan McBroom KC
Matt Joyce Note
Matt Joyce photo 222. Matt Joyce PHI
Seth Beer Note
Seth Beer photo 223. Seth Beer ARI
Albert Almora Jr. Note
Albert Almora Jr. photo 224. Albert Almora Jr. NYM
Brandon Drury Note
Brandon Drury photo 225. Brandon Drury TOR
Brett Phillips Note
Brett Phillips photo 226. Brett Phillips TB
Chris Herrmann Note
Chris Herrmann photo 227. Chris Herrmann BOS
Greg Allen Note
Greg Allen photo 228. Greg Allen NYY
Steven Duggar Note
Steven Duggar photo 229. Steven Duggar SF
Yonathan Daza Note
Yonathan Daza photo 230. Yonathan Daza COL
Billy McKinney Note
Billy McKinney photo 231. Billy McKinney MIL
Billy Hamilton Note
Billy Hamilton photo 232. Billy Hamilton CLE
Brock Holt Note
Brock Holt photo 233. Brock Holt TEX
Phil Gosselin Note
Phil Gosselin photo 234. Phil Gosselin LAA
Gerardo Parra Note
Gerardo Parra photo 235. Gerardo Parra WSH
Austin Dean Note
Austin Dean photo 236. Austin Dean STL
Abraham Almonte Note
Abraham Almonte photo 237. Abraham Almonte ATL
Mark Payton Note
Mark Payton photo 238. Mark Payton CIN
Eli White Note
Eli White photo 239. Eli White TEX
Jon Jay Note
Jon Jay photo 240. Jon Jay FA
Ka'ai Tom Note
Ka'ai Tom photo 241. Ka'ai Tom OAK
Nick Heath Note
Nick Heath photo 242. Nick Heath KC
Tyrone Taylor Note
Tyrone Taylor photo 243. Tyrone Taylor MIL
Jonathan Davis Note
Jonathan Davis photo 244. Jonathan Davis TOR
Guillermo Heredia Note
Guillermo Heredia photo 245. Guillermo Heredia ATL
Chris Owings Note
Chris Owings photo 246. Chris Owings COL
Scott Heineman Note
Scott Heineman photo 247. Scott Heineman CIN
Brian O'Grady Note
Brian O'Grady photo 248. Brian O'Grady SD
Dan Robertson Note
Dan Robertson photo 249. Dan Robertson ARI
Justin Williams Note
Justin Williams photo 250. Justin Williams STL
Mark Mathias Note
Mark Mathias photo 251. Mark Mathias MIL
Ehire Adrianza Note
Ehire Adrianza photo 252. Ehire Adrianza ATL
Kyle Garlick Note
Kyle Garlick photo 253. Kyle Garlick MIN
Mickey Moniak Note
Mickey Moniak photo 254. Mickey Moniak PHI
Khalil Lee Note
Khalil Lee photo 255. Khalil Lee NYM
LaMonte Wade Jr. Note
LaMonte Wade Jr. photo 256. LaMonte Wade Jr. SF
Braden Bishop Note
Braden Bishop photo 257. Braden Bishop SEA
Jace Peterson Note
Jace Peterson photo 258. Jace Peterson MIL
DJ Peters Note
DJ Peters photo 259. DJ Peters LAD
JT Riddle Note
JT Riddle photo 260. JT Riddle FA
Micker Adolfo Note
Micker Adolfo photo 261. Micker Adolfo CWS
Jaylin Davis Note
Jaylin Davis photo 262. Jaylin Davis SF
Adolis Garcia Note
Adolis Garcia photo 263. Adolis Garcia TEX
Luis Gonzalez Note
Luis Gonzalez photo 264. Luis Gonzalez CWS
Jorge Mateo Note
Jorge Mateo photo 265. Jorge Mateo SD
Charlie Culberson Note
Charlie Culberson photo 266. Charlie Culberson TEX
Ronnie Dawson Note
Ronnie Dawson photo 267. Ronnie Dawson HOU
Michael Hermosillo Note
Michael Hermosillo photo 268. Michael Hermosillo CHC
Josh Palacios Note
Josh Palacios photo 269. Josh Palacios TOR
Trevor Larnach Note
Trevor Larnach photo 270. Trevor Larnach MIN
Luis Barrera Note
Luis Barrera photo 271. Luis Barrera OAK
Akil Baddoo Note
Akil Baddoo photo 272. Akil Baddoo DET
Chris Shaw Note
Chris Shaw photo 273. Chris Shaw BAL
Luis Alexander Basabe Note
Luis Alexander Basabe photo 274. Luis Alexander Basabe SF
Jason Martin Note
Jason Martin photo 275. Jason Martin TEX
Stuart Fairchild Note
Stuart Fairchild photo 276. Stuart Fairchild ARI
Luke Raley Note
Luke Raley photo 277. Luke Raley LAD
Dwight Smith Jr. Note
Dwight Smith Jr. photo 278. Dwight Smith Jr. CIN
Estevan Florial Note
Estevan Florial photo 279. Estevan Florial NYY
Ian Miller Note
Ian Miller photo 280. Ian Miller CHC
Scott Schebler Note
Scott Schebler photo 281. Scott Schebler LAA
Marcus Wilson Note
Marcus Wilson photo 282. Marcus Wilson BOS
Jose Siri Note
Jose Siri photo 283. Jose Siri HOU
Stephen Wrenn Note
Stephen Wrenn photo 284. Stephen Wrenn HOU
Greg Deichmann Note
Greg Deichmann photo 285. Greg Deichmann OAK
Derek Hill Note
Derek Hill photo 286. Derek Hill DET
Troy Stokes Jr. Note
Troy Stokes Jr. photo 287. Troy Stokes Jr. PIT
Dustin Peterson Note
Dustin Peterson photo 288. Dustin Peterson MIL
Cesar Puello Note
Cesar Puello photo 289. Cesar Puello BOS
Nick Williams Note
Nick Williams photo 290. Nick Williams CWS
Skye Bolt Note
Skye Bolt photo 291. Skye Bolt OAK
Zach Reks Note
Zach Reks photo 292. Zach Reks LAD
Ryan McKenna Note
Ryan McKenna photo 293. Ryan McKenna BAL
Blake Rutherford Note
Blake Rutherford photo 294. Blake Rutherford CWS
Forrest Wall Note
Forrest Wall photo 295. Forrest Wall TOR
Nick Banks Note
Nick Banks photo 296. Nick Banks WSH
Corey Ray Note
Corey Ray photo 297. Corey Ray MIL
Joey Rickard Note
Joey Rickard photo 298. Joey Rickard FA
Sean Rodriguez Note
Sean Rodriguez photo 299. Sean Rodriguez FA
Jorge Bonifacio Note
Jorge Bonifacio photo 300. Jorge Bonifacio FA
Trayce Thompson Note
Trayce Thompson photo 301. Trayce Thompson ARI
Kevin Kramer Note
Kevin Kramer photo 302. Kevin Kramer PIT
Stevie Wilkerson Note
Stevie Wilkerson photo 303. Stevie Wilkerson BAL
Socrates Brito Note
Socrates Brito photo 304. Socrates Brito FA
Travis Jankowski Note
Travis Jankowski photo 305. Travis Jankowski PHI
Sam Travis Note
Sam Travis photo 306. Sam Travis SEA
Erick Mejia Note
Erick Mejia photo 307. Erick Mejia KC
Robel Garcia Note
Robel Garcia photo 308. Robel Garcia LAA
Tim Beckham Note
Tim Beckham photo 309. Tim Beckham CWS
Yasmany Tomas Note
Yasmany Tomas photo 310. Yasmany Tomas WSH