Fantasy Baseball Player Notes
2020 Fantasy Baseball Draft Notes
1.
Josh Hader
MIL
Hader throws his fastball about 83 percent of the time and batters just can't hit it. They bat .167 against with a miniscule .275 wOBA and there's just no reason to expect that to change. Thus, his nearly 50 percent strikeout rate is likely here to stay, and that makes Hader the top reliever to draft in fantasy, even if his occasional multiinning role means he won't get every save chance.

2.
Kirby Yates
SD
Yate led the league in saves last year with 41, and continued to lower his already impressive ERA and WHIP. He has an elite strikeout rate and is outstanding at limiting home runs, which is everything you want in a closer. Josh Hader should be the first reliever taken but Yates should be a close second.

3.
Aroldis Chapman
NYY
Chapman remains one of the best relievers in the game, but even his most ardent defenders have to admit there are signs of slippage. His velocity, which is still elite, continues to trend down, and he hasn't topped 60 innings since 2015. He's the unquestioned closer in the game, a topthree reliever, and will give you plenty of strikeouts. But he's no longer the top option in the fantasy game.

4.
Roberto Osuna
HOU
Osuna may not be quite the pitcher he was in his absolute prime, but he's not far off. He has yet to have a season in the majors with a WHIP above 1.00, and his strikeout rate has rebounded to aboveaverage, if not elite, levels. He has immense job security on an excellent team and should once again provide all the numbers you could want from a closer. Draft him with confidence.

5.
Liam Hendriks
OAK
If Hendriks' 2019 performance doesn't convince you to wait on closers, nothing will. An afterthought in drafts pitching behind Blake Treinen, Hendriks not only took the closer's role for the A's but also developed into one of the best relievers in the game. A velocity bump made his fastball nearly unhittable and he rarely gave up home runs. He'll be given the chance to repeat his performance, but whether he can is an entirely open question.

6.
Kenley Jansen
LAD
It feels like we've seen the last of Jansen as an elite closer, as continued velocity declines and struggles with control led to his worst season as a professional. His overall numbers from 2019, other than his bloated ERA, remain fine, but this is not the Jansen that was once the top reliever taken in fantasy circles. It seems clear that Dave Roberts lost a little faith in Jansen last year and with a World Series or bust mentality, don't expect the leash to be overly long. Still, beggars can't be choosers with closer, and Jansen's contract and lengthy pedigree still keep him as a borderline top10 reliever.

7.
Brad Hand
CLE
Hand didn't have a bad year by any means, but there were two major areas of decline. The first was a cratering of his ground ball rate, and the second was that batters simply hit his fastball much, much better than in previous years. Hand is a reliever, which means volatility, and his strikeout rate remains well aboveaverage. But with just a club option left on his deal, he could be a candidate to be dealt if the Indians struggle out of the gate.

8.
Edwin Diaz
NYM
Diaz's season was an unmitigated disaster. While his strikeout rate remained strong, his ERA ballooned to 5.59, his home run rate rose to comical levels, and his control waned. By the end of the season, he had ceded save opportunities to Seth Lugo and was relegated to mopup duty. Diaz's slider went from being unhittable in 2018 (.129 BAA) to getting crushed in 2019 (.297 BAA). He'll enter 2020 as the closer for the Mets, and reliever volatility is wellknown, so don't be surprised to see Diaz rebound bigtime in 2020. But just don't go into your season banking on it.

9.
Taylor Rogers
MIN
Rogers didn't have the Twins' closer role at the outset of the season, but he proved himself as Minnesota's best reliever pretty quickly. He built on his strong gains in 2018, further upping his strikeout rate and lowering his walk rate. He likely won't see all of the save chances this year for the Twins, but he should lead the way in opportunities. That, along with his strong overall numbers, makes him a reliever to target in fantasy.

10.
Ken Giles
TOR
Giles may have had the quietest 1.87 ERA and 1.00 WHIP in the history of baseball. Add to that a a 14.09/9 strikeout rate and Giles was one of the best relievers in baseball in 2019. He'll be a free agent after this year so it seems unlikely he holds down the closer's role in Toronto all year. But he'll certainly help your overall numbers in the first half of the season at least.

11.
Craig Kimbrel
CHC
Kimbrel waited to sign until months into the season, and the results weren't pretty. He battled injury and was entirely ineffective, pitching to an 8.10 ERA and walking more than five batters per nine innings. Whether the complete lack of control was a continuing trend or just due to rust/injuries. But, either way, the price on Kimbrel should be the cheapest in years, and if you're waiting on saves, he's as good an option to take a chance on as anyone.

12.
Raisel Iglesias
CIN
Iglesias walked fewer and struck out more batters than ever, winding up with 34 saves last year. And yet it always felt like he was on the precipice of losing his job as the closer, particularly in light of his whopping 12 losses. Iglesias is still under control for two more seasons and, so long as he can continue to pitch relatively effectively, should be able to hold down the ninthinning job in 2020. But there should be at least some trepidation among fantasy owners in light of his ups and downs last year.

13.
Hector Neris
PHI
Neris rebounded from a spotty 2018 to become an incredibly reliable reliever last year and tally 28 saves for the Phillies. His stuff isn't overpowering and his control is mediocre, but his splitfinger is elite and he leaned into it more than ever. The resulting increase in ground balls helped stabilize Neris' numbers last year and should again make him a reliable, if unexciting, option in the bullpen in 2020.

14.
Brandon Workman
BOS
Workman was never the guy for the Red Sox . . . until one day he just was. When he finally locked down the closer's role, he was fantastic, striking out batters at will and pitching to a 1.88 ERA. His WHIP hovered near 1.00 despite the fact that he walked more than 5.5 batters per nine innings, a feat which he's unlikely to duplicate. In short, while Workman will close for the Red Sox, he'll need to improve his control in order to hold the job for the whole year.

15.
Nick Anderson
TB
Anderson was exceptional with the Rays, though Emilio Pagan got the vast majority of the save chances. With Pagan now out of the way, Anderson may have the chance to lead a committee of Diego Castillo and Jose Alvarado. Even if he doesn't get the majority of the save chances, if Anderson pitches like he did with the Rays last year (52.6% strikeout rate), he'll be worth owning no matter what.

16.
Hansel Robles
LAA
The regression never came for Robles last year, as he somehow managed to avoid walks despite struggling with them his entire career. He'll enter the year as the Angels' closer but it's a big gamble to think lightning will strike twice with such a mercurial pitcher. The safer bet is that Robles' walk and home run rates will return to his career levels, making him a closer unlikely to hold his job all year.

17.
Alex Colome
CWS
Few expected Colome to hold the closer role for the White Sox all season, but he did, totaling 30 saves in the process. His numbers were solid, though his FIP and xFIP were significantly higher than his ERA. The White Sox have big plans for the season so, if they're in contention, don't be surprised if they make a move for a more established reliever. But, in the meantime, Colome should provide plenty of saves in the first half of the season.

18.
Sean Doolittle
WSH
Doolittle should likely close for the Nationals again in 2020, though Daniel Hudson's emergence in the late and postseason last year could throw a wrench in Davey Martinez's plans. More concerning is Doolittle's dip in performance, as his ERA and WHIP were by far the worst of his career. A free agent next year, Doolittle's job security should be minimal, so don't target him as a closer in your fantasy drafts.

19.
Archie Bradley
ARI
Once Greg Holland opened the door for Bradley to take over as the closer, Bradley tiptoed through the opening. Although he held down the role and put up save totals, it wasn't pretty, as he walked about 4.5 batters per nine innings. That's a dangerous recipe for a closer, particularly when the front office hasn't seemed particularly motivated to turn over the role to him. But, entering 2020, the closer's role is Bradley's, and if he can find his control from 20172018, he should have success.

20.
Jose Leclerc
TEX
The Rangers signed Leclerc to be their closer but he just absolutely refused to hold down the job in 2019. Bouts of ineffectiveness were followed by dominant stretches in mopup duty, which were again followed by failures in the ninth inning. Above everything else, Leclerc has to again get his walks below four per nine innings as he did in 2018. Absent that, even though he'll begin the year as the Rangers' closer, he'll unlikely end it that way.

21.
Tyler Glasnow
TB
Glasnow was limited to just 60 innings in 2019, but they were pretty glorious ones! His control, which had plagued him since coming to the majors, improved significantly, and his WHIP dropped to an impressive 0.89. He should be fully recovered from his forearm injury heading into the season and has the raw stuff to be a fantasy ace if he can avoid injury. There's risk with Glasnow, but it is worth taking.

22.
Giovanny Gallegos
STL
There's no denying Gallegos' talent, and if he gets the job as the Cardinals' closer, he has the legitimate upside to be a topfive closer if everything goes right. Unfortunately, we're a long way away from there, as the St. Louis bullpen situation is a giant question mark at the moment given Carlos Martinez and Alex Reyes. Draft Gallegos for the ratios and hope for more, but don't yet think you've got a solid closer.

23.
Keone Kela
PIT
Kela is an aboveaverage major league reliever and he'll start the year as the Pittsburgh closer. But the Pirates should be awful and he's a free agent at the end of the year. Banking on more than 1520 saves for the season would be overly optimistic.

24.
Joe Jimenez
DET
Although Jimenez's numbers weren't pretty in 2019, he actually performed fairly well once the Tigers turned over the closer role to him. He'll never be a toptier closer, particularly given that Detroit is unlikely to compete, but considering he's under team control for several more seasons, he should be given every chance to hold the job all year.

25.
Ian Kennedy
KC
Kennedy was an afterthought on draft day last year, but a run of save chances in the middle of the summer boosted him to 30 saves. His peripherals didn't hurt fantasy owners and his strikeout numbers were solid, making Kennedy the poster child for the "wait on saves" crowd. In the final year of his deal, he'll again open as the closer for the Royals, but his chances of being dealt midseason are extremely high. Draft him, of course, but don't bank on much more than 15 saves or so.

26.
Brandon Woodruff
MIL
Woodruff earned his breakout 2019, relying on his elite fastball to limit hard contact and avoid big innings. His solid control allows him to keep the line moving, and the Brewers' strong lineup adds to his win potential. Although he missed a large chunk of the season due to injury, he should be ready to lead the Brewers rotation this year, and can and should be drafted as a strong secondtier starter.

27.
Mark Melancon
ATL
Despite Melancon plainly not being the best reliever on his team, he'll likely enter the 2020 season as the Braves' closer. Melancon still has decent control, but the days of being a lockdown option are long gone. Draft him as a backend closer, and understand that Will Smith will be looking over his shoulder all year.

28.
Carlos Carrasco
CLE
Carrasco was already dealing with plenty of question marks after losing much of last season to leukemia, and now has been diagnosed with a mild hip flexor. He's daytoday but it's obviously not the start to the spring that Carrasco owners were hoping for. Continue to monitor his progress but he avoids setbacks, he represents a fairly steep bargain in fantasy drafts, given his past performance and the fact that last year can largely be written off to his illness.

29.
Max Fried
ATL
Fried's 2019 was positive, but his 4.02 ERA and 1.33 WHIP left a lot to be desired. His 17 wins and solid strikeout rate masked some of the issues, but he certainly doesn't look like a pitcher ready to jump into the upper echelon. Still, Fried's FIP and xFIP were lower than his ERA, and his expected stats showed he had some bad luck. Put it all together and Fried's a decent option with upside, but not one who you should expect to lead your fantasy rotation in 2020.

30.
Will Smith
ATL
Smith somehow stayed in San Francisco all season and held the closer's role all year, putting up his usual terrific numbers. He'll now move to Atlanta where early indications are that he'll set up for Mark Melancon. Smith's numbers and potential opportunity to close down the line make him worth drafting in all formats, though again, don't expect him to close right away.

31.
Carlos Martinez
STL
Martinez's shoulder weakness pushed him to the bullpen, where he eventually successfully took over for Jordan Hicks as the closer for the Cardinals. His 2020 role remains in flux, as it appears he'll be given an opportunity to win back the starting role he so covets, but his success is far from assured. Martinez should provide value in the rotation or the bullpen, so given that you won't need to spend much draft capital to get him anyway, don't shy away.

32.
Jesus Luzardo
OAK
It's going to be difficult to find a fantasy player who isn't salivating to draft Luzardo, particularly after an expected breakout season was derailed by injuries last year. Now, purportedly without an innings restriction, Luzardo looks ready to fulfill the potential he has oozed throughout his career. Armed with four elite pitches and the ability to sit at 96 miles per hour, the only thing that looks to be able to hold Luzardo down is health. Absent injury concerns, he should be a monster.

33.
Kenta Maeda
MIN
Maeda should be the rare pitcher who benefits from a move to the American League. The Dodgers have moved him back and forth from the bullpen to the starting rotation to manipulate his innings and avoid paying him bonuses for years. Now, he should stick in the Twins' rotation, and approach the 175 innings he threw in 2016. Given that he had the highest swinging strike rate (14.6%) and chase rate (34.8%) of his career last year and will be moving to a division that saw three of the other four teams rank in the bottom seven in runs scored in 2019, consider the needle on Maeda moving up.

34.
Julio Urias
LAD
Urias will begin the year in the Dodgers rotation, so the biggest hurdle to him having major fantasy value this year has been cleared. His ability to miss bats is elite and although he's struggled with control a bit in the majors, he has all the tools to succeed. There's plenty of upside, so if you have a solid base for your pitching staff, don't hesitate to pull the trigger a little early.

35.
Seth Lugo
NYM
Lugo has been a quality reliever for two seasons now, and he found his way into the closer's role late last year. Edwin Diaz should have the ninthinning role for the Mets to start, but if he struggles again, Lugo could sneak back into the job. Lugo is worth drafting for his ratios alone, but the potential for saves makes him an ideal candidate for a lateround selection.

36.
Mychal Givens
BAL
Givens isn't a special pitcher, pitches for a poor team, and isn't guaranteed to be the closer. Even if he were, he's tallied just 20 saves over the last two seasons. There's no reason to draft Givens, and if you're looking for a Baltimore closer, better to take your chance on Hunter Harvey.

37.
Emilio Pagan
SD
Pagan had a dynamic season with the Rays, racking up 20 saves and offering excellent ratios. But a move to the Padres takes him out of the closer's role behind Kirby Yates. He's still ownable for his pitching numbers and as a handcuff to Yates, but don't expect many saves absent an injury.

38.
Scott Oberg
COL
Oberg turned in another stellar year despite pitching in Colorado, and took over for Wade Davis as the closer by the end of the year. Davis will enter the 2020 season as the closer, but given his performance last year, his leash is going to be fairly short. Oberg makes one of the better handcuffs to own, though it's more about his opportunity and less about his ratios.

39.
Ryan Pressly
HOU
Pressly has developed into one of the best relievers in baseball. His strikeout rate is pristine, he rarely walks batters, and he limits the damage as well as any pitcher. He won't see saves absent an injury to Roberto Osuna, but his number make him worth owning regardless.

40.
Ryan Yarbrough
TB
Yarbrough relied on an opener plenty of times last year, and it helped his win potential, as he tallied 11 despite making just 14 starts. He greatly improved his control last year, leading to just a 1.00 WHIP, but his lack of strikeout upside and mediocre ERA should keep him as an option only in deeper mixed or ALonly leagues.

41.
Jose Urquidy
HOU
Urquidy seemingly has the fourth starter's role locked down, and he offers and intriguing pitch mix, with an aboveaverage fastball and changeup, with a decent slider.It's unlikely that the soon to be 25yearold will develop into a consistent fantasy starter given his inconsistency, but he certainly has enough upside, as he showed in the playoffs, to warrant rostering in all fantasy leagues.

42.
Dellin Betances
NYM

43.
Adam Ottavino
NYY

44.
Ross Stripling
LAD
When the Dodgers traded Stripling, he soared up draft boards but now that the deal was canceled, he may very well return to the bullpen. We've seen this before though, and he is likely to end up with 100+ great innings regardless. With his pricetag being what it is, fantasy owners are getting a downright steal because of the lofty upside.

45.
A.J. Puk
OAK

46.
Yonny Chirinos
TB
Chirinos' strikeout numbers won't help you, but his solid control allows him to limit the damage and keep his ERA and WHIP under control. He'll have a spot in the Rays' rotation once again, and is an unexciting, but fairly reliable option, for deeper and ALonly leagues.

47.
Blake Treinen
LAD

48.
Adrian Houser
MIL
Houser has an elite fastball, which he relies on heavily and against which batters hit just .203 last season. Whether he can continue to succeed with just one very good pitch is an open question, but considering his FIP and xFIP fully supported his 3.72 ERA, it's entirely possible. Overall, Houser should provide strikeouts without hurting you elsewhere, so he's an ideal lateround add.

49.
Dustin May
LAD
May has solid raw stuff and did well in a 34inning cameo with the Dodgers last year. But he looks like the odd man out with Julio Urias and Alex Wood all but guaranteed rotation spots. He's not a bad stash candidate, but don't expect him to be in the rotation for the foreseeable future.

50.
Josh James
HOU
James still has legitimate ace upside if he can harness his arsenal and find his way into Houston's rotation. There is a chance this fireballer breaks camp in the rotation and if he does, we may just be looking at 200+ strikeouts in 2020. After all, his onpaper ratios may not seem great from 2019, but his xWOBa was above the likes of Mike Clevinger, Stephen Strasburg, Blake Snell and Walker Buehler. I don't need to tell you that this means he has ace stuff. But folks, he just might be the best pitcher in the Astros rotation this year if they give him the ball in the first inning.

51.
Brandon Kintzler
MIA
Kintzler will open the year as the Marlins' closer, and had a fine, bounceback season in 2019 with the Cubs. But his strikeout rate is poor and he'll be a prime candidate to get dealt at the trade deadline. With a shortened season, Kintzler's value is even lower than it otherwise would have been, which is not particularly high anyway.

52.
Diego Castillo
TB

53.
Tony Watson
SF

54.
Wade Davis
COL
Davis had a disastrous 2019 season, pitching to an 8.65 ERA and losing his closer's job. He'll enter 2020 back in the ninthinning role but his leash will certainly be short with Scott Oberg waiting in the wings. Davis should likely be the last "closer" drafted.

55.
Dakota Hudson
STL

56.
Daniel Hudson
WSH

57.
Nathan Eovaldi
BOS

58.
Kyle Gibson
TEX

59.
Chad Green
NYY

60.
Jose Alvarado
TB

61.
Hunter Harvey
BAL
Harvey quietly dominated in his cup of coffee last year, hitting triple digits with his fastball and striking out batters with ease. Now, Brandon Hyde has all but said he'd like him to be in the closer's role, after starting out the spring strong. The Orioles will never provide a ton of save chances and, at this point, it's too early to know if Harvey will be the closer. But, he's certainly worth drafting for the potential at the end of your drafts.

62.
Matt Magill
SEA

63.
Kevin Gausman
SF

64.
Andres Munoz
SD

65.
Yusmeiro Petit
OAK

66.
Josh Lindblom
MIL

67.
Matt Barnes
BOS

68.
Drew Pomeranz
SD

69.
James Karinchak
CLE

70.
Aaron Bummer
CWS

71.
Andrew Miller
STL

72.
Yoshihisa Hirano
SEA

73.
Luke Jackson
ATL

74.
Freddy Peralta
MIL

75.
Corey Knebel
MIL

76.
Zack Britton
NYY

77.
Matt Strahm
SD

78.
Ty Buttrey
LAA

79.
Ryne Stanek
MIA

80.
Will Harris
WSH

81.
Michael Lorenzen
CIN

82.
Trevor May
MIN

83.
Collin McHugh
BOS

84.
Kyle Crick
PIT

85.
Sergio Romo
MIN

86.
Emmanuel Clase
CLE

87.
Seranthony Dominguez
PHI

88.
Jordan Lyles
TEX

89.
Joakim Soria
OAK

90.
Chase Anderson
TOR

91.
Pedro Baez
LAD

92.
Alex Reyes
STL
With Miles Mikolas now dealing with a forearm injury, it seems likely that he will miss some time or even be shut down. That leaves the final spot up for grabs between KwangHyun Kim, Reyes, and Daniel Ponce de Leon. Among them, Kim is considered the frontrunner, but Reyes is far and away the most talented. In fact, he has been receiving rave reviews from the coaching staff already and they've said all winter that they'd love to have him in the rotation if he was healthy and his velocity was back to where it should be. If Reyes wins this job, he could be the breakout ace of the year for fantasy teams.

93.
Shane Greene
ATL

94.
Tommy Kahnle
NYY

95.
Colin Poche
TB

96.
Shaun Anderson
SF

97.
Amir Garrett
CIN

98.
Brad Peacock
HOU

99.
Corbin Burnes
MIL

100.
Sean Newcomb
ATL

101.
Nick Wittgren
CLE

102.
Vince Velasquez
PHI

103.
Kevin Ginkel
ARI

104.
Rowan Wick
CHC

105.
KwangHyun Kim
STL

106.
Pedro Strop
CIN

107.
Ryan Helsley
STL

108.
Steve Cishek
CWS

109.
Sam Tuivailala
FA

110.
Elieser Hernandez
MIA

111.
Craig Stammen
SD

112.
Tony Gonsolin
LAD

113.
Jonathan Loaisiga
NYY

114.
Jose Urena
MIA

115.
Chris Martin
ATL

116.
Robert Stephenson
CIN

117.
Jairo Diaz
COL

118.
Randy Dobnak
MIN

119.
John Brebbia
STL

120.
Brent Suter
MIL

121.
Jeremy Jeffress
CHC

122.
Tyler Rogers
SF

123.
Daniel Ponce de Leon
STL

124.
Tyler Duffey
MIN

125.
Shun Yamaguchi
TOR

126.
Justin Wilson
NYM

127.
John Gant
STL

128.
Rafael Montero
TEX

129.
Nick Pivetta
PHI

130.
Joe Ross
WSH

131.
Hector Rondon
ARI

132.
Framber Valdez
HOU

133.
Cam Bedrosian
LAA

134.
Jordan Hicks
STL

135.
Lou Trivino
OAK

136.
Trevor Richards
TB

137.
Andrew Chafin
ARI

138.
Cal Quantrill
SD

139.
David Robertson
PHI

140.
Yimi Garcia
MIA

141.
Trevor Rosenthal
KC

142.
Chris Devenski
HOU

143.
Joe Kelly
LAD

144.
Erik Swanson
SEA

145.
Brusdar Graterol
LAD

146.
Oliver Drake
TB

147.
Junior Guerra
ARI

148.
Felipe Vazquez
PIT

149.
Scott Barlow
KC

150.
Richard Bleier
BAL

151.
Alex Claudio
MIL

152.
Jake Diekman
OAK

153.
Josh Taylor
BOS

154.
Michael Wacha
NYM

155.
Tyler Clippard
MIN

156.
Keynan Middleton
LAA

157.
Carlos Estevez
COL

158.
Tyler Chatwood
CHC

159.
Kyle Finnegan
WSH

160.
Darren O'Day
ATL

161.
Trevor Gott
SF

162.
Matt Andriese
LAA

163.
Buck Farmer
DET

164.
Heath Hembree
BOS

165.
Anthony Bass
TOR

166.
Arodys Vizcaino
FA

167.
Michael Feliz
PIT

168.
Jimmy Nelson
LAD

169.
Pat Neshek
FA

170.
Drew Steckenrider
MIA

171.
Mike Montgomery
KC

172.
Pierce Johnson
SD

173.
Noe Ramirez
LAA

174.
Jeurys Familia
NYM

175.
Wade LeBlanc
BAL

176.
Brandon Morrow
CHC

177.
Darwinzon Hernandez
BOS

178.
Oliver Perez
CLE

179.
Greg Holland
KC

180.
A.J. Minter
ATL

181.
Joe Smith
HOU

182.
Lewis Thorpe
MIN

183.
Hector Velazquez
BAL

184.
Braden Shipley
KC

185.
Adam Kolarek
LAD

186.
Jose Alvarez
PHI

187.
Carl Edwards Jr.
SEA

188.
Yoan Lopez
ARI

189.
Tanner Rainey
WSH

190.
Brandon Brennan
SEA

191.
Jorge Lopez
KC

192.
Austin Gomber
STL

193.
Kyle Ryan
CHC

194.
Andrew Kittredge
TB

195.
Wilmer Font
TOR

196.
Cody Allen
TEX

197.
Demarcus Evans
TEX

198.
Alec Mills
CHC

199.
Wander Suero
WSH

200.
Caleb Ferguson
LAD

201.
Ryan Tepera
CHC

202.
Ryan Buchter
LAA

203.
Kelvin Herrera
CWS

204.
Jarlin Garcia
SF

205.
Devin Williams
MIL

206.
Thomas Burrows
ATL

207.
Jace Fry
CWS

208.
James Pazos
COL

209.
Marcus Walden
BOS

210.
Robert Gsellman
NYM

211.
Adam Morgan
PHI

212.
Luis Escobar
PIT

213.
Jeff Brigham
MIA

214.
Logan Allen
CLE

215.
David Phelps
MIL

216.
Chaz Roe
TB

217.
Jandel Gustave
SF

218.
Blake Parker
PHI

219.
J.B. Wendelken
OAK

220.
Ryan Brasier
BOS

221.
Hunter Wood
CLE

222.
Adam Cimber
CLE

223.
Austin Pruitt
HOU

224.
Richard Rodriguez
PIT

225.
Jon Duplantier
ARI

226.
Ryan Weber
BOS

227.
Hunter Strickland
FA

228.
Shawn Armstrong
BAL

229.
Lucas Sims
CIN

230.
Brad Wieck
CHC

231.
Rogelio Armenteros
HOU

232.
Tim Hill
KC

233.
Brad Boxberger
MIA

234.
Austin Adams
SEA

235.
Dereck Rodriguez
SF

236.
Jesse Chavez
TEX

237.
Devin Smeltzer
MIN

238.
Sam Gaviglio
TOR

239.
Ray Black
MIL

240.
Cody Reed
CIN

241.
Dany Jimenez
SF

242.
Touki Toussaint
ATL

243.
Jose Castillo
SD

244.
Felix Pena
LAA

245.
Steven Brault
PIT

246.
Miguel Castro
BAL

247.
Trey Wingenter
SD

248.
Adam Warren
NYY

249.
Roenis Elias
WSH

250.
Nick Goody
TEX

251.
Austin Brice
BOS

252.
Nick Margevicius
SEA

253.
Brandon Bailey
HOU

254.
Matt Hall
BOS

255.
Glenn Sparkman
KC

256.
Zack Godley
FA

257.
Trevor Cahill
SF

258.
Dylan Covey
TB

259.
Jonathan Holder
NYY

260.
Andrew Cashner
FA

261.
Patrick Weigel
ATL

262.
Enyel De Los Santos
PHI

263.
Tony Cingrani
FA

264.
Bo Takahashi
ARI

265.
Derek Holland
PIT

266.
Joely Rodriguez
TEX

267.
Sam Dyson
FA

268.
Jalen Beeks
TB

269.
Kevin McCarthy
KC

270.
Shawn Kelley
FA

271.
Adam Conley
MIA

272.
Shelby Miller
MIL

273.
Jimmy Cordero
CWS

274.
Fernando Rodney
FA

275.
Zack Littell
MIN

276.
Cody Ponce
PIT

277.
Richard Lovelady
KC

278.
Dylan Floro
LAD

279.
Jaime Barria
LAA

280.
Brad Brach
NYM

281.
Dan Altavilla
SEA

282.
Wily Peralta
KC

283.
Ranger Suarez
PHI

284.
Thomas Pannone
TOR

285.
Jake McGee
COL

286.
David Peterson
NYM

287.
Manny Banuelos
SEA

288.
Tyler Webb
STL

289.
Blake Taylor
HOU

290.
Duane Underwood Jr.
CHC

291.
Matt Moore
FA

292.
Matt Bush
TEX

293.
Jose Mujica
COL

294.
David Hess
BAL

295.
James Hoyt
CLE

296.
Tanner Anderson
OAK

297.
T.J. McFarland
OAK

298.
Edubray Ramos
LAD

299.
Taylor Clarke
ARI

300.
Trevor Hildenberger
BOS

301.
Matt Carasiti
SEA

302.
Trevor Rogers
MIA

303.
Alvaro Seijas
STL

304.
Casey Sadler
CHC

305.
Brett Martin
TEX

306.
Odrisamer Despaigne
FA

307.
Paul Fry
BAL

308.
Andrew Suarez
SF

309.
Chasen Bradford
SEA

310.
Bryan Shaw
COL

311.
Ashton Goudeau
COL

312.
Tim Melville
COL

313.
Ryan Burr
CWS

314.
Evan Marshall
CWS

315.
Yohan Ramirez
SEA

316.
Ryan Merritt
TB

317.
Colten Brewer
BOS

318.
Dillon Peters
LAA

319.
Stephen Tarpley
MIA

320.
Tyler Alexander
DET

321.
Austin Adams
FA

322.
Austin Davis
PHI

323.
Tanner Scott
BAL

324.
Josh Rogers
BAL

325.
Randy Rosario
KC

326.
Peter Fairbanks
TB

327.
Mike Mayers
LAA

328.
Grant Dayton
ATL

329.
Dovydas Neverauskas
PIT

330.
Sean Gilmartin
TB

331.
Stefan Crichton
ARI

332.
Matt Festa
SEA

333.
Sam Selman
SF

334.
Victor Arano
PHI

335.
Jose Cisnero
DET

336.
Bryan Garcia
DET

337.
David McKay
DET

338.
Bryan Abreu
HOU

339.
John Schreiber
DET

340.
Alex Faedo
DET

341.
Gregory Soto
DET

342.
Jesse Hahn
KC

343.
Cody Stashak
MIN

344.
Ben Heller
NYY

345.
Jeffrey Springs
BOS

346.
Luis Cessa
NYY

347.
Taylor Guilbeau
SEA

348.
Brian Moran
TOR

349.
Rafael Dolis
TOR

350.
Jordan Romano
TOR

351.
Justin Anderson
LAA

352.
Nick Burdi
PIT

353.
Zac Grotz
SEA

354.
Trevor Megill
CHC

355.
Aaron Brooks
FA

356.
Jose De Leon
CIN

357.
Adrian Morejon
SD

358.
Ariel Jurado
TEX

359.
Edgar Santana
PIT

360.
Brett Cecil
STL

361.
Matt Wisler
MIN

362.
Anthony Banda
TB

363.
Sam Coonrod
SF

364.
Tommy Hunter
PHI

365.
Jacob Webb
ATL

366.
Michel Baez
SD

367.
Matt Reynolds
FA

368.
Rony Garcia
DET

369.
Drew VerHagen
FA

370.
Phil Maton
CLE

371.
Taylor Cole
LAA

372.
Scott Alexander
LAD

373.
Erick Fedde
WSH

374.
Junior Fernandez
STL

375.
Ryne Harper
WSH

376.
Paul Blackburn
OAK

377.
Chris Stratton
PIT

378.
Edgar Garcia
PHI

379.
Matt Albers
FA

380.
Robbie Erlin
PIT

381.
Nick Vincent
SF

382.
Bobby Wahl
MIL

383.
Chad Sobotka
ATL

384.
Luis Garcia
TEX

385.
Aaron Loup
TB

386.
Corey Oswalt
NYM

387.
Nate Jones
CIN

388.
Anthony Swarzak
PHI

389.
Cole Irvin
PHI

390.
Edwin Jackson
ARI

391.
Jared Hughes
HOU

392.
Luis Perdomo
SD

393.
Clay Holmes
PIT

394.
Derek Law
TEX

395.
Fernando Abad
WSH

396.
Dennis Santana
LAD

397.
Stephen Woods
KC

398.
Cionel Perez
HOU

399.
Reyes Moronta
SF

400.
Juan Nicasio
TEX

401.
Dominic Leone
CLE

402.
Nestor Cortes Jr.
SEA

403.
Joel Kuhnel
CIN

404.
Fernando Romero
MIN

405.
Gerardo Reyes
SD

406.
Deolis Guerra
PHI

407.
Josh Tomlin
ATL

408.
Luke Bard
LAA

409.
WeiYin Chen
SEA

410.
Geoff Hartlieb
PIT

411.
Blake Wood
FA

412.
J.P. Feyereisen
MIL

413.
Daniel Zamora
NYM

414.
Conner Menez
SF

415.
David Bednar
SD

416.
Luke Gregerson
STL

417.
Francisco Liriano
PHI

418.
Bud Norris
PHI

419.
Nick Ramirez
DET

420.
Tyler Olson
CHC

421.
Cole Sulser
BAL

422.
Ryan Hendrix
CIN

423.
Luis Avilan
NYY

424.
Yohander Mendez
TEX

425.
Jay Jackson
FA

426.
Paul Sewald
NYM

427.
Joel Payamps
ARI

428.
David Hale
NYY

429.
Jerry Blevins
FA

430.
Sal Romano
CIN

431.
Joe Biagini
HOU

432.
Addison Reed
FA

433.
Dillon Maples
CHC

434.
Jimmie Sherfy
ARI

435.
A.J. Schugel
PIT

436.
Wandy Peralta
SF

437.
Taylor Williams
SEA

438.
Kyle Keller
LAA

439.
Ty Blach
BAL

440.
Ryan Carpenter
DET

441.
Aaron Barrett
WSH

442.
Dillon Tate
BAL

443.
Burch Smith
OAK

444.
Ian Hamilton
CWS

445.
Josh Osich
BOS

446.
Tony Sipp
WSH

447.
Matt Bowman
CIN

448.
Dan Winkler
CHC

449.
David Carpenter
CIN

450.
Zach Duke
FA

451.
Jeremy Walker
ATL

452.
Tyler Lyons
NYY

453.
Chris Mazza
BOS

454.
Cory Gearrin
MIN

455.
David Hernandez
FA

456.
Jonny Venters
FA

457.
Art Warren
SEA

458.
Alex Wilson
DET

459.
Reggie McClain
PHI

460.
Silvino Bracho
ARI

461.
Chasen Shreve
NYM

462.
Justin Shafer
CIN

463.
Drew Smith
NYM

464.
Jeanmar Gomez
TEX

465.
Luiz Gohara
LAA

466.
Adalberto Mejia
CWS

467.
J.T. Chargois
FA

468.
Xavier Cedeno
FA

469.
Kyle Barraclough
SD

470.
A.J. Cole
TOR

471.
Josh Sborz
LAD

472.
Chad Bettis
NYY

473.
Victor Alcantara
FA

474.
Hector Santiago
DET

475.
Miguel Diaz
SD

476.
Jake Newberry
KC

477.
Dan Otero
FA

478.
Jose Quijada
LAA

479.
Jose Ruiz
CWS

480.
Garrett Cleavinger
PHI

481.
Kyle Zimmer
KC

482.
Cody Anderson
FA

483.
WeiChung Wang
PIT

484.
Justin Miller
TEX

485.
Mike Morin
FA

486.
Eduardo Jimenez
DET

487.
Hector Noesi
PIT

488.
Chance Adams
KC

489.
Eric Yardley
MIL

490.
Tayron Guerrero
CWS

491.
Cy Sneed
HOU

492.
Kent Emanuel
HOU

493.
Edinson Volquez
TEX

494.
Blaine Hardy
MIN

495.
Tony Barnette
FA

496.
Tommy Milone
FA

497.
Branden Kline
BAL

498.
Parker Markel
LAA

499.
Matt Grace
FA

500.
Ben Bowden
COL

501.
Elvis Luciano
TOR

502.
Tim Mayza
TOR

503.
Chris Rusin
ATL

504.
Yency Almonte
COL

505.
Pat Venditte
MIA

506.
Josh A. Smith
MIA

507.
Michael King
NYY

508.
Connor Sadzeck
SEA

509.
David Carpenter
FA

510.
Joe Mantiply
ARI

511.
Montana DuRapau
PIT

512.
Brian Duensing
FA

513.
Mike Dunn
FA

514.
Tyler Thornburg
CIN

515.
Brett Graves
MIA

516.
Javy Guerra
WSH

517.
Ross Detwiler
CWS

518.
Brian Flynn
TEX

519.
Victor Gonzalez
LAD

520.
Jacob Barnes
LAA

521.
Seth Elledge
STL

522.
Brian Johnson
BOS

523.
Jaime Schultz
OAK

524.
Heath Fillmyer
KC

525.
Jake Petricka
TOR

526.
Enderson Franco
SF

527.
Tyler Kinley
COL

528.
Fernando Salas
FA

529.
Jason Adam
CHC

530.
Tim Peterson
FA

531.
Buddy Boshers
TOR

532.
Jake Faria
MIL

533.
Brian Schlitter
OAK

534.
Juan Minaya
FA

535.
Daniel Stumpf
DET

536.
Brooks Pounders
TB

537.
Artie Lewicki
ARI

538.
Ryan Cook
FA

539.
JD Hammer
PHI

540.
Carlos Torres
FA

541.
James Norwood
CHC

542.
Williams Jerez
PIT

543.
Brady Lail
NYY

544.
Dan Jennings
NYY

545.
Kyle Bird
TEX

546.
Adonis Rosa
NYY

547.
Genesis Cabrera
STL

548.
Drew Storen
PHI

549.
Aaron Wilkerson
MIL

550.
Jacob Rhame
NYM

551.
Thyago Vieira
FA

552.
Jake Barrett
NYY

553.
James Bourque
WSH

554.
Gabriel Moya
MIN

555.
Nick Rumbelow
NYM

556.
Nolan Blackwood
DET

557.
Ryan Garton
MIN

558.
Kyle McGowin
WSH

559.
Chris Ellis
KC

560.
John Curtiss
PHI

561.
Shane Carle
TEX

562.
Andrew Vasquez
MIN

563.
Keury Mella
CIN

564.
Jimmy Yacabonis
SD

565.
Michael Blazek
FA

566.
Brooks Kriske
NYY

567.
Jesse Biddle
CIN

568.
Josh Lucas
WSH

569.
Tim Collins
COL

570.
Aaron Slegers
TB

571.
Anthony Misiewicz
SEA

572.
Ryan Dull
TOR

573.
Preston Guilmet
MIN

574.
Sam Moll
SF

575.
Locke St. John
TEX

576.
Joshua Smoker
DET

577.
Miguel Socolovich
ATL

578.
Justin Grimm
MIL

579.
Neil Ramirez
LAA

580.
Melvin Adon
SF

581.
Hoby Milner
LAA

582.
CD Pelham
CHC

583.
Reymin Guduan
LAD

584.
A.J. Ramos
FA

585.
Austen Williams
WSH

586.
Kodi Medeiros
CWS

587.
Rookie Davis
FA

588.
Tyler Bashlor
NYM

589.
R.J. Alaniz
CIN

590.
Walker Lockett
NYM

591.
Pedro Araujo
BAL

592.
JC Ramirez
LAA

593. 