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Fantasy Baseball Player Notes

2020 Fantasy Baseball Draft Notes
Gerrit Cole Note
Gerrit Cole photo 1. Gerrit Cole NYY
There are really no words for what Cole was able to do last year. He built on the massive gains he made from his first year with the Astros and lowered his ERA, WHIP, and walk rate to miniscule levels while totaling an outrageous 326 strikeouts. He'll move to the Yankees now, which is a mild downgrade given that the Yankees may slightly limit his innings in light of their long-term investment in Cole and their bullpen, and the opposing offenses and ballparks in the AL East compared to the AL West. But Cole's fastball and slider are beyond elite, and he should be the top pitcher taken in fantasy drafts.
5 weeks ago
Jacob deGrom Note
Jacob deGrom photo 2. Jacob deGrom NYM
After winning his second consecutive Cy Young Award, deGrom has an obvious case to be the top pitcher taken in the game. Back-to-back season with a sub-2.50 ERA and sub-1.00 WHIP with at least 200 strikeouts makes deGrom perhaps the safest pitcher in the game, especially after three straight seasons of at least 200 innings pitched. The bugaboo for deGrom is his lack of wins - just 21 over the last two seasons despite historic numbers. But with the improved Mets bullpen, there's every reason to think deGrom can get back to the 15-win total he put up in 2017. It's him or Gerrit Cole for the top pitcher off the board and you can't go wrong.
5 weeks ago
Max Scherzer Note
Max Scherzer photo 3. Max Scherzer WSH
Scherzer struggled a bit through the first month of the season, but went on a patented run in May and June that made him look like the Scherzer of old. Unfortunately, a back injury largely derailed his second half, as he was limited to just over 20 innings over July and August. Scherzer is entering his age-36 season and is a max effort pitcher, so the fact that we finally saw a bit of a breakdown (Scherzer has reached at least 200 innings in his six previous seasons) is concerning. But his numbers are still elite and he should be taken as one of the first pitchers off the board despite the back scare.
5 weeks ago
Walker Buehler Note
Walker Buehler photo 4. Walker Buehler LAD
A 5.22 ERA in April scared fantasy owners, but Buehler quickly recovered from the Dodgers' ill-planned "ease into the year" plan. He looked precisely like the pitcher his fantasy owners had hoped for after that, ending the year with a 3.26 ERA and 1.04 WHIP with a 29.2% strikeout rate. His meager five percent walk rate was one of the best in the league, and with an incredibly strong offense behind him once again, Buehler should excel in all four of the starting pitching categories in 2020. Have no concerns.
5 weeks ago
Justin Verlander Note
Justin Verlander photo 5. Justin Verlander HOU
Verlander had groin surgery which will sideline him for several weeks. But given the postponement of the season, it seems unlikely to threaten Verlander's availability for Opening Day, whenever that may be. Although surgery is never a good sign, in the end, it's better for Verlander that he could get this out of the way now rather than have it linger. For now, keep him high on your draft boards.
5 weeks ago
Stephen Strasburg Note
Stephen Strasburg photo 6. Stephen Strasburg WSH
Strasburg reached the 200-inning plateau for the second time in his career, and set a career high in wins with 18. Other than staying completely healthy, however, his numbers looked pretty much as they always have - just below the truly elite pitchers, but worthy of coming from your ace. Don't be sucked in by his magical postseason (1.98 ERA, 0.94 WHIP). Draft Strasburg as a top-10 pitcher, but expect his usual low-3.00 ERA and solid all around numbers.
5 weeks ago
Jack Flaherty Note
Jack Flaherty photo 7. Jack Flaherty STL
If ever there were a tale of two halves, it was Flaherty's 2019 season. A 4.64 ERA with a 1.23 WHIP in the first half, followed by a preposterous 0.91 ERA and 0.71 WHIP in the second half. His strikeout rate jumped, his walk rate dropped, and he saw a gain of almost a mile per hour on his fastball. The real Flaherty likely lies somewhere in between his first and second halves, but that should be a top-10 pitcher in 2020.
5 weeks ago
Shane Bieber Note
Shane Bieber photo 8. Shane Bieber CLE
Bieber was simply fantastic in 2019 and gave you everything you want from a stud pitcher. He was second in the league innings, had a 3.28 ERA and a 1.05 WHIP, and was top-10 in strikeout and walk rates. He gave up his fair share of home runs but, overall, there are next to no complaint about Bieber. Draft him with confidence as a low-end ace.
5 weeks ago
Mike Clevinger Note
Mike Clevinger photo 9. Mike Clevinger CLE
Clevinger sustained a partial medial meniscus tear in his left knee on February 14th and underwent surgery. Although his 6-8 week timetable made it highly unlikely that he'd be back for Opening Day, the postponement of the season means that Clevinger should be ready to go when the bell rings. That should make him a top-12 pitcher at worst.
5 weeks ago
Clayton Kershaw Note
Clayton Kershaw photo 10. Clayton Kershaw LAD
Peak Kershaw may be gone, but the version that remains is pretty darn good himself. Kershaw passed 175 innings pitched for the first time since 2015 despite starting the season on the IL, and although his ERA crept above 3.00 for the first time since 2008, his overall numbers remain elite. With strong win potential always present, Kershaw is a fine second starter on your staff. But his days of carrying a fantasy team are behind him.
5 weeks ago
Luis Castillo Note
Luis Castillo photo 11. Luis Castillo CIN
Regression just never really hit for Castillo last year, despite a walk rate of 10.1%, fourth-worst in the league among qualified pitchers. There's no doubting Castillo's stuff, particularly his devastating changeup, and the Reds should be more competitive than they have been in years. But he simply has to cut down on the free passes if he wants to build on his breakout 2019. There's every reason to think he will as he continue to grow as a pitcher, and should make a reliable second fantasy starter.
5 weeks ago
Blake Snell Note
Blake Snell photo 12. Blake Snell TB
Snell's subpar season was limited to just 107 innings after he underwent arthroscopic elbow surgery. Although owners might want to shy away after last year, there were plenty of encouraging signs. His FIP and xFIP were roughly a run lower than his ERA, his 33.3% strikeout rate was actually an improvement on his breakout year, and batters continued to make incredibly weak contact. If healthy, he should return to dominance.
5 weeks ago
Charlie Morton Note
Charlie Morton photo 13. Charlie Morton TB
Morton only got better after leaving the Astros, setting career bests in innings pitched, ERA, WHIP, and strikeout percentage. Batters simply don't hit his curveball, which he throws more than a third of the time, and his fastball is nearly equally as effective. In a dynasty or keeper format, things may be different, as Morton speaks of retirement often. For this year, however, there is zero reason for concern.
5 weeks ago
Patrick Corbin Note
Patrick Corbin photo 14. Patrick Corbin WSH
Corbin largely followed up on his breakout 2018 season with the Nationals last year, again reaching the 200-inning plateau and pitching to a low-3.00 ERA. He continued to lean heavily on his outstanding slider, against which batters hit just .158. His walk rate and strikeout rate rose and fell just a tad from his peak, a trend that fantasy owners can expect to continue. But Corbin's baseline is excellent and even with further slow decline in skills, he should be an outstanding starter for a fantasy rotation.
5 weeks ago
Chris Paddack Note
Chris Paddack photo 15. Chris Paddack SD
Paddack earned his "biggest spring training breakout" award with an outstanding season, albeit one capped with an innings limit. The reins should be taken off a bit this year, which should allow Paddack to remain in a groove and build on his outstanding 2019 numbers. His fastball and changeup are simpy elite, and if he can continue to refine his curveball, he could develop into a true fantasy ace.
5 weeks ago
Aaron Nola Note
Aaron Nola photo 16. Aaron Nola PHI
Nola simply wasn't very good in 2019. His control took a major step back and batters consistently made better contact against him, particularly against his fastball. Whether it was an aberration for the youngster after two years of major growth, or whether perhaps Nola isn't as good as previously thought, is an open question. But given how drastically his control dipped, fantasy owners would be wise to give Nola somewhat of a pass for his 2019. He can't be drafted as an ace, but as a second starter? Go for it.
5 weeks ago
Lucas Giolito Note
Lucas Giolito photo 17. Lucas Giolito CWS
Giolito earned every bit of his breakout season, putting up an ERA that we nearly identical to his FIP and xFIP and a major gain in control. Most impressive for Giolito was his ability to limit contact on pitches in the strike zone - just 77.3%, second best in MLB behind Gerrit Cole. His raw stuff is elite, and another fantastic season should follow in 2020.
5 weeks ago
Yu Darvish Note
Yu Darvish photo 18. Yu Darvish CHC
Darvish's season was a tale of two halves. He was utterly unplayable to begin the season, tallying a 1.56 WHIP through May and walking roughly six batters per nine innings. But Darvish pulled out of it and then some, walking only seven batters over his final 14 starts, during which he had a 2.95 ERA and 0.83 WHIP. Can you fully trust Darvish? Probably not? But should you expect him to pitch closer to his second half than his first? For sure.
5 weeks ago
Zack Greinke Note
Zack Greinke photo 19. Zack Greinke HOU
Greinke didn't see the patented Astros bump after a mid-season trade, as his overall numbers actually declined a bit after his move from the Diamondbacks. His ERA and WHIP remain outstanding, but his strikeout rate continues to decline, such that it now actively does not help fantasy owners. Still, he's nearly a lock for 200 innings, plenty of wins, and solid peripherals, making him a fine addition to any fantasy staff. But with his advancing age, don't bank on him necessarily being a top-20 pitcher.
5 weeks ago
Tyler Glasnow Note
Tyler Glasnow photo 20. 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.
5 weeks ago
Jose Berrios Note
Jose Berrios photo 21. Jose Berrios MIN
Berrios reached 200 innings but didn't really take the step forward that most fantasy owners had hoped for. His strikeout rate dropped, his WHIP increased, and batters made better contact. Still, Berrios was a pitcher who fantasy owners could start each and every time out, contributed well in wins, and rarely walked batters. When you add it all up, Berrios remains a starter that fantasy owners should covet, but perhaps temper expectations until he shows that he's ready to take that next step.
5 weeks ago
Trevor Bauer Note
Trevor Bauer photo 22. Trevor Bauer CIN
Bauer may be one of the most talented pitchers in baseball, but he has exactly one season with an ERA below 4.18, a WHIP below 1.25, or more than 12 wins. Even on an improved Cincinnati team, there's little reason to expect him to do much better than those numbers. Bauer will give you innings and plenty of strikeouts, but fantasy owners would do well to largely forget 2018, and draft him with closer to a 4.00 ERA and 1.25 WHIP in mind.
5 weeks ago
Corey Kluber Note
Corey Kluber photo 23. Corey Kluber TEX
Kluber showed some skills decline in 2018, but nothing could have prepared fantasy owners for the disaster that was 2019. He got off to a terrible start before a broken forearm ended his season. Now with the Rangers, Kluber will get a fresh start and look to rebuild some of his real and fantasy value. Throw out the 5.80 ERA and 1.65 WHIP from last year - Kluber hasn't declined to that extent. Expect him to provide very solid, albeit not pristine, numbers, if he can stay healthy.
5 weeks ago
Sonny Gray Note
Sonny Gray photo 24. Sonny Gray CIN
Gray talked about how he didn't like how the Yankees had forced him to use his slider and that he expected better results in 2019. Boy, did he get them with the Reds. His slider and curveball went from very good to great in 2019, and along with it improved all of his numbers. Armed now with a top-notch strikeout rate and peripherals that finally match his raw stuff, Gray should be drafted with confidence in 2020 as a reliable fantasy starter.
5 weeks ago
Brandon Woodruff Note
Brandon Woodruff photo 25. 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 second-tier starter.
5 weeks ago
Zack Wheeler Note
Zack Wheeler photo 26. Zack Wheeler PHI
Wheeler's numbers declined from his breakout 2018 season but, overall, there were plenty of gains. He upped his strikeout rate and velocity, cut his walk rate, and set a career high in innings. Now with the Phillies, he'll see a downgrade in park, but because he's been able to avoid home runs over the last two seasons, the move should not have too much of an impact. Wheeler probably won't develop into a fantasy ace, but he's, at worst, a strong third fantasy starter.
5 weeks ago
Mike Soroka Note
Mike Soroka photo 27. Mike Soroka ATL
Soroka wasn't even necessarily supposed to begin 2019 in the Braves rotation but quickly developed into an ace. Although there's little reason to knock his year, his 7.32/9 strikeout rate ranked 49th out of 61 qualified starters. With an xFIP more than a run higher than his 2.68 ERA, there's every reason to expect regression. Still, there's room Soroka to continue to be an excellent fantasy option despite a step back, so don't avoid him during your draft.
5 weeks ago
Lance Lynn Note
Lance Lynn photo 28. Lance Lynn TEX
Lynn was truly phenomenal last season, turning his velocity gains into both an increase in strikeout rate and a massive drop in walk rate. Everything Lynn did in 2019 was backed up by his underlying metrics, so there's plenty of reason for optimism in 2020. But it's fair to consider how out of character Lynn's year was, an add just a wee bit of caution to your projections.
5 weeks ago
Carlos Carrasco Note
Carlos Carrasco photo 29. 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 day-to-day 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.
5 weeks ago
Eduardo Rodriguez Note
Eduardo Rodriguez photo 30. Eduardo Rodriguez BOS
Other than finally staying (almost entirely) healthy, Rodriguez didn't make many gains in 2019. His ERA remained in the high-3.00s, his WHIP and walk rate were career worsts, and his strikeout rate dipped. His 19 wins mask what was an otherwise mediocre season. There's plenty of room for Rodriguez on a fantasy staff. But not at the front end.
5 weeks ago
Frankie Montas Note
Frankie Montas photo 31. Frankie Montas OAK
Montas was one of the best starters in baseball until his season ended prematurely thanks to a PED suspension. Before then, he had used added velocity and improved control to lower is ERA to 2.63 and tally nine wins in just 16 starts. There's always a question of how a player coming off a PED suspension will perform the following year but, for the most part, they are often able to maintain much of their performance. Draft Montas expecting solid overall numbers, though expect an ERA in the 3.00s, rather than the 2.00s.
5 weeks ago
Shohei Ohtani Note
Shohei Ohtani photo 32. Shohei Ohtani LAA
Ohtani didn't pitch at all in 2019 and likely won't do so until mid-May in 2020. But his bat looked just fine last year, proving that his 2018 skills he showed as a hitter were not a fluke. He'll likely settle back into a part-time DH role with the Angels, and if you can choose to deploy him as both a pitcher and a hitter in any given week, Ohtani should provide immense value as a fantasy player. Even if not, he should contribute on either end of the spectrum, so draft him with a high degree of confidence.
5 weeks ago
Hyun-Jin Ryu Note
Hyun-Jin Ryu photo 33. Hyun-Jin Ryu TOR
When healthy, Ryu has quietly been one of the best pitchers in baseball since his 2013 debut. But his preposterous year last season was surprising even for him. Ryu had the lowest BABIP-allowed on groundballs (just .162) of any pitcher in baseball in 2019, which led to just a 1.01 WHIP. Now in Toronto, that number is sure to rise precipitously and obviously have a negative impact on Ryu's 2020 numbers. That impact has been baked into Ryu's ADP at this point, so you won't have to buy him at his 2019 numbers. Just be prepared for regression.
5 weeks ago
Madison Bumgarner Note
Madison Bumgarner photo 34. Madison Bumgarner ARI
Bumgarner's ERA approached 4.00 last year, but he stayed healthy all year and saw a velocity bump after two injury-plagued years. The move to Arizona is a downgrade considering the park change, but it's not quite as drastic as it would have been without the humidor. Still, Bumgarner's numbers were significantly worse away from Oracle Park last year (2.93 ERA at home, 5.29 away), so it's fair to exercise caution with Bumgarner. But, so long as you recognize him for what he is at this point in his career, he'll likely give you what you expect.
5 weeks ago
Kyle Hendricks Note
Kyle Hendricks photo 35. Kyle Hendricks CHC
Hendricks can be dominant at times, but his lack of overpowering raw stuff means he has to be pinpoint with his control. When he's on, he can be unhittable, like when he led the league in getting hitters to swing at pitches outside the zone in the second half last year. But in the end, you know what Hendricks is going to give you. A sub-3.50 ERA, a sub-1.20 WHIP, and mediocre strikeout numbers. There's plenty of room for that on a fantasy team. But don't bank on much upside.
5 weeks ago
Zac Gallen Note
Zac Gallen photo 36. Zac Gallen ARI
Gallen was so absurdly dominant in Triple-A in 2019 that his MLB performance, while highly impressive, felt slightly disappointing. But his fastball, curveball, and changeup were all plus pitches in the majors, and there's every reason to expect him to continue to grow as a pitcher. There's somehow some question mark around his rotation spot, but cream usually rises to the top, and he should not only be one of the Diamondbacks' five starters, but he should excel. Expect excellent overall numbers and draft him accordingly.
5 weeks ago
David Price Note
David Price photo 37. David Price LAD
Although Price's 2019 numbers look ugly, remember that he had a low-3.00 ERA before giving up 20 runs over a four-start stretch after he was bothered by a cyst in his wrist. He had the highest strikeout rate of his career and his lowest FIP and xFIP since 2016. Now in the National League with the Dodgers, Price should have plenty left to give fantasy owners. Just downgrade your innings projections, as the Dodgers will likely look to keep Price's workload in check in preparation for the postseason.
5 weeks ago
Dinelson Lamet Note
Dinelson Lamet photo 38. Dinelson Lamet SD
Lamet is a popular breakout candidate this year, after he returned from Tommy John surgery to throw 73 innings of solid baseball last year. Lamet is still much more potential than numbers - he hasn't dominated a level above A-ball and has questionable control. But his raw stuff, particularly his slider and curveball, are impressive, and he can miss bats with the best of them. They'll be no discount for Lamet this year, but if you're looking for upside, he's worth the gamble.
5 weeks ago
Max Fried Note
Max Fried photo 39. 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.
5 weeks ago
Matthew Boyd Note
Matthew Boyd photo 40. Matthew Boyd DET
Armed with a devastating slider into which he leaned heavily, Boyd had an impressive opening to his season, putting up gaudy strikeout numbers with impressive overall stats. Unfortunately, his ERA rose from 3.87 in the first half to 5.51 in the second half, with his WHIP coming along for the ride. An awful .318 BABIP on groundballs didn't help, but that number isn't all that surprising given the defense behind him. With almost no win potential, Boyd is more of a back-end-of-the-rotation fantasy starter.
5 weeks ago
Kenta Maeda Note
Kenta Maeda photo 41. 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.
5 weeks ago
Robbie Ray Note
Robbie Ray photo 42. Robbie Ray ARI
While the overall numbers fluctuate, Ray is largely the same guy he's always been. He's going to amass a ton of strikeouts and he's going to hand out free passes like a doctor handing out lollipops. It is just impossible to rely on a starter who can't top 175 innings or keep his WHIP below 1.33. Ray is certainly rosterable but close your eyes when he's pitching.
5 weeks ago
Julio Urias Note
Julio Urias photo 43. 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.
5 weeks ago
Mike Minor Note
Mike Minor photo 44. Mike Minor TEX
The Rangers pushed Minor to reach 200 strikeouts and, although his 3.59 ERA shows he surpassed expectations, there was really fairly little to get excited about. Minor's FIP and xFIP were substantially higher than his ERA, his WHIP was mediocre, and his strikeout rate hardly impressed. He's a pitcher you draft to solidify the back end of your rotation, but nothing more.
5 weeks ago
Jesus Luzardo Note
Jesus Luzardo photo 45. 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.
5 weeks ago
James Paxton Note
James Paxton photo 46. James Paxton NYY
Paxton will be out until at least early May (and likely longer) after undergoing a microscopic lumbar discectomy with removal of a peridiscal cyst in early February. Although his talent is undeniable, this is yet another in a long list of injuries for Paxton, who has eight injured list stints since the beginning of the 2014 season. While early May is the front end of the three to four month timetable, expect Paxton's absence to last until at least June and possibly longer if he has any setbacks.
5 weeks ago
German Marquez Note
German Marquez photo 47. German Marquez COL
Although Marquez seemed like the rare pitcher who could conquer Coors Field, 2019 showed otherwise. Marquez pitched to a 3.67 ERA and a 0.94 WHIP on the road, but a 6.26 ERA and 1.55 WHIP at home. Can he overcome the thin air this year? It's possible, but history is littered with pitchers who managed to buck the trend for one year only to fail to do so again. Marquez has the skill, but his home park make it seem unlikely he can provide quality value.
5 weeks ago
Andrew Heaney Note
Andrew Heaney photo 48. Andrew Heaney LAA
Heaney's 14.2% swinging strike rate was elite last year. But, as usual, he just couldn't put it all together. There's a monster somewhere inside Heaney - a 3.50 ERA, 1.20 WHIP, 200 strikeout season lurks within. But it's still a mystery as to whether fantasy owners will ever see it. Draft him for his potential and hope to see it this year, but don't bank on the production.
5 weeks ago
Sean Manaea Note
Sean Manaea photo 49. Sean Manaea OAK
After various delays, Manaea made a successful return from shoulder surgery, winning four of his five starts and pitching to a sterling 1.21 ERA and 0.78 WHIP with solid strikeout numbers. The sample is too small to know if Manaea really took a step forward, particularly given his significantly higher FIP and xFIP. But it should give fantasy owners confidence that Manaea can contribute all year long to a fantasy rotation.
5 weeks ago
Jake Odorizzi Note
Jake Odorizzi photo 50. Jake Odorizzi MIN
Odorizzi just refused to fail last year, and he was a reliable pitcher all year long. His continued gains in strikeouts and drop in walks, to go along with his 15 wins, led to a remarkably profitable season. But his xFIP remained at 4.33 and Odorizzi just never felt quite like a pitcher who was going to dominate every time out. Fortunately, you don't have to pay for his 2019 numbers given his ADP, so draft him at his price without much worry.
5 weeks ago
Lance McCullers Jr. Note
Lance McCullers Jr. photo 51. Lance McCullers Jr. HOU
McCullers missed all of 2019 after undergoing Tommy John surgery but he should be ready to go this year. His devastating curveball keeps hitters off balance, and his ability to mix pitches is elite. There's risk from the injury and he may be rusty, but McCullers offers rare upside. He'll likely be on an innings limit this year, but that shouldn't come into play with the postponement of the season.
5 weeks ago
Masahiro Tanaka Note
Masahiro Tanaka photo 52. Masahiro Tanaka NYY
Tanaka had a bizarre year. On the negative side, his ERA soared to 4.45 and his WHIP and strikeout rate went to a career worst 1.24 and 7.37/9, respectively. Yet he slightly lowered his walk rate from the past two years, cut his HR/FB rate, and got batters to swing at pitches outside the zone more than almost any other pitcher in the second half of the season. At this point in his career, given his home park, there's little optimism that Tanaka can ever develop into the ace he appeared to be during his debut. Draft him as a back-end-of-the-rotation starter in deeper leagues but nothing more.
5 weeks ago
Luke Weaver Note
Luke Weaver photo 53. Luke Weaver ARI
Weaver was having an excellent 2019 season before forearm tightness essentially ended his season. He opted to rehab it, which immediately places a cloud over his 2020 outlook given the uncertainty that comes along with such an injury. His best case scenario likely includes some sort of innings limit with solid, but perhaps not league-winning numbers. That's a pitcher to take in the mid-teens rounds and hope everything falls in place.
5 weeks ago
Joe Musgrove Note
Joe Musgrove photo 54. Joe Musgrove PIT
Musgrove started out the season hot but cratered in May, pitching to an 8.10 ERA in the month. His overall numbers (4.44 ERA, 1.22 WHIP) won't blow you away, but Musgrove saw major velocity gains on his fastball and cutter over the second half of the season. Wins will always be an issue but if he can continue to build on his velocity increases, he could find his way into being a back-end starter for your fantasy team.
5 weeks ago
Mike Foltynewicz Note
Mike Foltynewicz photo 55. Mike Foltynewicz ATL
Foltynewicz was on nearly everyone's bust list, and his awful return from an injury only confirmed everyone's intuitions. But he really turned it on in the latter half of the season, pitching to a 2.65 ERA and 1.08 WHIP in the second half. No, he might not be the 2018 version of himself this year, but he certainly has more to offer than his overall 2019 numbers.
5 weeks ago
Marcus Stroman Note
Marcus Stroman photo 56. Marcus Stroman NYM
Stroman had an excellent 2019 season, though he struggled somewhat after his trade to the Mets. The one thing missing, however, finally arrived, as his strikeout rate popped to over one per inning when he got to New York. After spending all offseason strengthening his core and now in a contract year, Stroman should be in a position to provide plenty of value pitching with a full year in the National League.
5 weeks ago
Carlos Martinez Note
Carlos Martinez photo 57. 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.
5 weeks ago
Caleb Smith Note
Caleb Smith photo 58. Caleb Smith MIA
Smith really fell apart over the second half of the season, as his ERA was almost two runs higher than in his first half. His overall numbers seem pedestrian, but his strikeout rate and improving control offer upside. If he can control his home runs allowed, he should be able to provide enough value to warrant placement on a fantasy staff.
5 weeks ago
Jon Gray Note
Jon Gray photo 59. Jon Gray COL
It would be interesting to see what Gray could do on a team other than the Rockies, but at least we pretty much know what he'll do in Colorado. Pitch to around a 4.00-4.50 ERA, have a WHIP in the 1.35 range, and strike out a batter per inning. Forget about the magical growth we keep waiting for. Draft him at this numbers, which work in an NL-only or deeper mixed league.
5 weeks ago
Joey Lucchesi Note
Joey Lucchesi photo 60. Joey Lucchesi SD
Lucchesi's a fine pitcher, but he really only has two pitches - a fine fastball and an above-average changeup. Although he dabbles with a cutter, it's much more of a show-me pitch, and batters hit .291 last year against it anyway with an xBA of 3.10. It's unlikely he'll make many significant gains, but there's room on your roster for a low-4.00 ERA pitcher with nearly a strikeout per inning. Just make sure it's toward the back end of your rotation.
5 weeks ago
Jose Urquidy Note
Jose Urquidy photo 61. Jose Urquidy HOU
Urquidy seemingly has the fourth starter's role locked down, and he offers and intriguing pitch mix, with an above-average fastball and changeup, with a decent slider.It's unlikely that the soon to be 25-year-old 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.
5 weeks ago
Dylan Bundy Note
Dylan Bundy photo 62. Dylan Bundy LAA
Mitch Keller Note
Mitch Keller photo 63. Mitch Keller PIT
Keller's time in the majors last year was . . . sub-optimal, to say the least. Other than his elite strikeout rate, pretty much nothing went right for the youngster in his brief time with the Pirates. But when your FIP is FOUR runs lower than your ERA, chances are pretty good you're due for a rebound. Keller has an excellent fastball with an above-average slider and a decent curveball, more than enough to succeed in getting major league hitters out. If he can manage to limit his awful first innings of games with more consistency, he could provide plenty of value.
5 weeks ago
Dallas Keuchel Note
Dallas Keuchel photo 64. Dallas Keuchel CWS
Keuchel moves from the Braves to the White Sox, which, on the surface, seems like a negative move given the change in league and home park. But, he'll be paired with Yasmani Grandal, one of the best framing catchers in all of baseball, and that's a huge boon to a pitcher like Keuchel who relies on movement and called strikes as much as any pitcher. In addition, other than the Twins, the lineups in the AL Central are hardly imposing. Keuchel is more of a matchup-based starter at this point in his career anyway, and fantasy owners should still be able to pick and choose when to deploy him.
5 weeks ago
Ryan Yarbrough Note
Ryan Yarbrough photo 65. 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 AL-only leagues.
5 weeks ago
Yonny Chirinos Note
Yonny Chirinos photo 66. 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 AL-only leagues.
5 weeks ago
Anthony DeSclafani Note
Anthony DeSclafani photo 67. Anthony DeSclafani CIN
Desclafani quietly had a decent season in 2019, with a 3.89 ERA, a 1.20 WHIP, and more than a strikeout per inning. But his FIP and xFIP suggested he was lucky, and he lacks the upside of other late-round starters. In deeper mixed leagues where your rotation is solid and you just want someone to not hurt you, Desclafani is your guy. Otherwise, go for a higher ceiling.
5 weeks ago
Jose Leclerc Note
Jose Leclerc photo 68. 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 mop-up 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.
5 weeks ago
Brendan McKay Note
Brendan McKay photo 69. Brendan McKay TB
McKay had a dominant, albeit brief, minor-league career, but struggled somewhat in his brief time in the majors last year. His solid control and excellent strikeout rate suggests he could eventually do big things in the majors, but considering he's battling a shoulder injury in the spring that stems from last year, he's highly unlikely to make the Rays' rotation out of camp. He's rosterable only in deeper and AL-only leagues.
5 weeks ago
Garrett Richards Note
Garrett Richards photo 70. Garrett Richards SD
Ian Kennedy Note
Ian Kennedy photo 71. 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 mid-season are extremely high. Draft him, of course, but don't bank on much more than 15 saves or so.
5 weeks ago
Miles Mikolas Note
Miles Mikolas photo 72. Miles Mikolas STL
Mikolas took a step back from his stellar 2018 season, adding more than a run onto his ERA and 0.15 onto his WHIP. With an extremely low strikeout rate, his numbers (4.16 ERA, 1.22 WHIP) don't warrant a roster spot. Add to that his forearm injury that will likely sideline him into May, and Mikolas can be off the fantasy radar.
5 weeks ago
Sandy Alcantara Note
Sandy Alcantara photo 73. Sandy Alcantara MIA
Alcantara is a weird case. He went on a massive run late in the season in 2019, relying on his outstanding sinker to dominate hitters. His secondary stuff seems good enough to succeed, and yet the Marlins do not seem particularly high on him. He's dealing wth a rough spring, and even at his best, he's never had a season with a WHIP under 1.32. There's upside, but don't necessarily bank on it.
5 weeks ago
Steven Matz Note
Steven Matz photo 74. Steven Matz NYM
Matz is what is he is at this point. He'll likely give you around a 4.00 ERA, a 1.30 WHIP, and short of a strikeout per inning. With the Mets' addition of Rick Porcello and Michael Wacha, Matz's rotation spot could be in jeopardy unless he gets traded. For now, assume he'll get a starting spot, and draft him in NL-only formats.
5 weeks ago
Cole Hamels Note
Cole Hamels photo 75. Cole Hamels ATL
Hamels kept up his strikeout rate last year with the cubs, but his control waned, and he had the worst walk rate of his career. He's dealing with a shoulder injury in the spring and there's currently no timetable for his return. Add it all up and Hamels is only barely worth drafting until or unless we get some positive news.
5 weeks ago
Michael Kopech Note
Michael Kopech photo 76. Michael Kopech CWS
Jose Quintana Note
Jose Quintana photo 77. Jose Quintana CHC
Quintana went from a solid, low-3.00 ERA pitcher with the White Sox to an unreliable pitcher with over a 4.00 ERA in his time with the Cubs. His strikeout rate continues to trend down, and despite pitching at least 171 innings in each of the past seven seasons, he's never won more than 13 games. A low-upside, low-floor play, Quintana is just NL-only material.
5 weeks ago
A.J. Puk Note
A.J. Puk photo 78. A.J. Puk OAK
Ross Stripling Note
Ross Stripling photo 79. 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.
8 weeks ago
Adrian Houser Note
Adrian Houser photo 80. 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 late-round add.
5 weeks ago
Josh James Note
Josh James photo 81. 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 on-paper 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.
8 weeks ago
Dylan Cease Note
Dylan Cease photo 82. Dylan Cease CWS
Alex Wood Note
Alex Wood photo 83. Alex Wood LAD
Wood will be in the Dodgers' rotation to start the year, and there's some reason for optimism. After an offseason spent with Driveline Baseball, Wood saw a velocity bump in the spring, and that usually portends better things for the veteran throughout his career. Don't go crazy with Wood, but he's fine as a late-round pick with upside.
5 weeks ago
Jeff Samardzija Note
Jeff Samardzija photo 84. Jeff Samardzija SF
Samardzija had an impressive 3.52 ERA and 1.11 WHIP last year, but that's where the good news ended. His strikeout rate is at the point where it actively hurts fantasy owners, and his win potential is capped by pitching for the Giants. There are better pitchers to consider late in your draft.
5 weeks ago
Marco Gonzales Note
Marco Gonzales photo 85. Marco Gonzales SEA
Rich Hill Note
Rich Hill photo 86. Rich Hill MIN
Hill is as predictable as they come nowadays. He'll give you outstanding innings with excellent strikeout numbers, but will top out at 135 innings and likely less. He'll likely be sidelined until June with his elbow injury but that may be just in time for the start of the season now. That should move Hill far up your draft boards, from afterthought to late-round sleeper.
5 weeks ago
Pablo Lopez Note
Pablo Lopez photo 87. Pablo Lopez MIA
Lopez pitched better than his 5.09 ERA from last year suggests, and he limits free passes well. But his middling strikeout rate and lack of dominant stuff caps his upside. As a late-round pitcher without a high ceiling, fantasy owners are probably better off looking elsewhere to fill out their pitching staffs.
5 weeks ago
Dustin May Note
Dustin May photo 88. Dustin May LAD
May has solid raw stuff and did well in a 34-inning 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.
5 weeks ago
Griffin Canning Note
Griffin Canning photo 89. Griffin Canning LAA
Canning has UCL damage, and although Tommy John surgery isn't currently on the table, it certainly seems like a possibility. Despite his upside, with the developments, Canning shouldn't be drafted in fantasy leagues until one of the very last picks, if at all.
5 weeks ago
Aaron Civale Note
Aaron Civale photo 90. Aaron Civale CLE
Civale's stuff isn't particularly impressive, but he has a good minor league track record and had an impressive 10-start audition last year. He won't wow you with strikeouts, and his ERA is likely to be a run and a half higher than his 2.34 mark from 2019, but he should provide innings that help in AL-only leagues.
5 weeks ago
Rick Porcello Note
Rick Porcello photo 91. Rick Porcello NYM
Porcello's move to the National League makes him somewhat intriguing. His middling strikeout rate (17.4% career) will likely take a jump, and his overall numbers should improve with a move out of the AL East. Even with improvement, however, there's a long way to go before Porcello is contributing to a fantasy team. His biggest asset - his ability to consistently throw innings - will be far less useful with the postponement of Opening Day. He's a late-round filler for a deep pitching staff but little more.
5 weeks ago
Johnny Cueto Note
Johnny Cueto photo 92. Johnny Cueto SF
Cueto will get the Opening Day nod for the Giants, but he'll hardly be someone to target in fantasy. Putting aside the almost certin win problems he'll have in San Francisco, it's doubtful that the 34-year-old can contribute meaningfully elsewhere at this stage of his career. His career strikeout rate of 7.54/9 is a detriment in today's game, and at his advanced age, after pitching just 69 innings combined over the last two season, there's little reason to expect a return to peak form.
5 weeks ago
Kevin Gausman Note
Kevin Gausman photo 93. Kevin Gausman SF
Anibal Sanchez Note
Anibal Sanchez photo 94. Anibal Sanchez WSH
Kyle Gibson Note
Kyle Gibson photo 95. Kyle Gibson TEX
J.A. Happ Note
J.A. Happ photo 96. J.A. Happ NYY
Julio Teheran Note
Julio Teheran photo 97. Julio Teheran LAA
Michael Pineda Note
Michael Pineda photo 98. Michael Pineda MIN
Pineda will miss the first 39 games of the 2020 season as he finishes serving his PED suspension. When he does pitch, he'll offer roughly a 4.00 ERA, a decent WHIP, and slightly below average strikeout numbers. On a good Minnesota team, wins may be his best attribute, but he's hardly a pitcher to target in fantasy.
5 weeks ago
Nathan Eovaldi Note
Nathan Eovaldi photo 99. Nathan Eovaldi BOS
Chris Bassitt Note
Chris Bassitt photo 100. Chris Bassitt OAK
Reynaldo Lopez Note
Reynaldo Lopez photo 101. Reynaldo Lopez CWS
Lopez's overall numbers are abysmal, and he earned them, to be sure. For one glorious month in July, however, Lopez showed his potential, pitchng to a 3.41 ERA and a 1.14 WHIP with a 4.25 K/BB ratio. Unfortunately, his success was short-lived, and he's shown nothing to suggest he's on the verge of figuring things out. In 15-team leagues, fantasy owners can take a shot for a bench role. But otherwise, move on.
5 weeks ago
John Means Note
John Means photo 102. John Means BAL
Jon Lester Note
Jon Lester photo 103. Jon Lester CHC
Dakota Hudson Note
Dakota Hudson photo 104. Dakota Hudson STL
Spencer Turnbull Note
Spencer Turnbull photo 105. Spencer Turnbull DET
Chris Archer Note
Chris Archer photo 106. Chris Archer PIT
Archer's season was an unmitigated disaster before he was mercifully put on the season ending IL with a shoulder injury. His 5.19 ERA and 1.41 WHIP were entirely earned, as he walked more than four batters per nine innings for the first time in his career. But it is worth noting that Archer made some major gains in the second half, including improving on his FIP by more than 2.5 runs and his ERA by nearly a run. With still plenty of strikeout potential, Archer makes a low-cost, potentially high-reward option for the back of your staff.
5 weeks ago
Mike Fiers Note
Mike Fiers photo 107. Mike Fiers OAK
MacKenzie Gore Note
MacKenzie Gore photo 108. MacKenzie Gore SD
Jordan Yamamoto Note
Jordan Yamamoto photo 109. Jordan Yamamoto MIA
Tanner Roark Note
Tanner Roark photo 110. Tanner Roark TOR
Justus Sheffield Note
Justus Sheffield photo 111. Justus Sheffield SEA
Jordan Montgomery Note
Jordan Montgomery photo 112. Jordan Montgomery NYY
Josh Lindblom Note
Josh Lindblom photo 113. Josh Lindblom MIL
Nate Pearson Note
Nate Pearson photo 114. Nate Pearson TOR
Tyler Mahle Note
Tyler Mahle photo 115. Tyler Mahle CIN
Forrest Whitley Note
Forrest Whitley photo 116. Forrest Whitley HOU
Freddy Peralta Note
Freddy Peralta photo 117. Freddy Peralta MIL
Matt Shoemaker Note
Matt Shoemaker photo 118. Matt Shoemaker TOR
Casey Mize Note
Casey Mize photo 119. Casey Mize DET
Domingo German Note
Domingo German photo 120. Domingo German NYY
Matt Strahm Note
Matt Strahm photo 121. Matt Strahm SD
Merrill Kelly Note
Merrill Kelly photo 122. Merrill Kelly ARI
Yusei Kikuchi Note
Yusei Kikuchi photo 123. Yusei Kikuchi SEA
Diego Castillo Note
Diego Castillo photo 124. Diego Castillo TB
Jordan Lyles Note
Jordan Lyles photo 125. Jordan Lyles TEX
Chad Green Note
Chad Green photo 126. Chad Green NYY
Zach Plesac Note
Zach Plesac photo 127. Zach Plesac CLE
Jakob Junis Note
Jakob Junis photo 128. Jakob Junis KC
Jake Arrieta Note
Jake Arrieta photo 129. Jake Arrieta PHI
Wade Miley Note
Wade Miley photo 130. Wade Miley CIN
Brad Keller Note
Brad Keller photo 131. Brad Keller KC
Hunter Harvey Note
Hunter Harvey photo 132. 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.
5 weeks ago
Drew Pomeranz Note
Drew Pomeranz photo 133. Drew Pomeranz SD
Spencer Howard Note
Spencer Howard photo 134. Spencer Howard PHI
Gio Gonzalez Note
Gio Gonzalez photo 135. Gio Gonzalez CWS
Danny Duffy Note
Danny Duffy photo 136. Danny Duffy KC
Zach Davies Note
Zach Davies photo 137. Zach Davies SD
Chase Anderson Note
Chase Anderson photo 138. Chase Anderson TOR
Corbin Burnes Note
Corbin Burnes photo 139. Corbin Burnes MIL
Homer Bailey Note
Homer Bailey photo 140. Homer Bailey MIN
Zach Eflin Note
Zach Eflin photo 141. Zach Eflin PHI
Brad Peacock Note
Brad Peacock photo 142. Brad Peacock HOU
Eric Lauer Note
Eric Lauer photo 143. Eric Lauer MIL
Taijuan Walker Note
Taijuan Walker photo 144. Taijuan Walker SEA
Austin Voth Note
Austin Voth photo 145. Austin Voth WSH
Ryne Stanek Note
Ryne Stanek photo 146. Ryne Stanek MIA
Collin McHugh Note
Collin McHugh photo 147. Collin McHugh BOS
Adam Wainwright Note
Adam Wainwright photo 148. Adam Wainwright STL
Elieser Hernandez Note
Elieser Hernandez photo 149. Elieser Hernandez MIA
Sean Newcomb Note
Sean Newcomb photo 150. Sean Newcomb ATL
Vince Velasquez Note
Vince Velasquez photo 151. Vince Velasquez PHI
Sixto Sanchez Note
Sixto Sanchez photo 152. Sixto Sanchez MIA
Nick Pivetta Note
Nick Pivetta photo 153. Nick Pivetta PHI
Drew Smyly Note
Drew Smyly photo 154. Drew Smyly SF
Patrick Sandoval Note
Patrick Sandoval photo 155. Patrick Sandoval LAA
Alex Reyes Note
Alex Reyes photo 156. 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 Kwang-Hyun 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.
8 weeks ago
Trevor Williams Note
Trevor Williams photo 157. Trevor Williams PIT
Tony Gonsolin Note
Tony Gonsolin photo 158. Tony Gonsolin LAD
Mike Leake Note
Mike Leake photo 159. Mike Leake ARI
Jonathan Loaisiga Note
Jonathan Loaisiga photo 160. Jonathan Loaisiga NYY
Jose Urena Note
Jose Urena photo 161. Jose Urena MIA
Brent Suter Note
Brent Suter photo 162. Brent Suter MIL
Trent Thornton Note
Trent Thornton photo 163. Trent Thornton TOR
Martin Perez Note
Martin Perez photo 164. Martin Perez BOS
Daniel Norris Note
Daniel Norris photo 165. Daniel Norris DET
Kyle Wright Note
Kyle Wright photo 166. Kyle Wright ATL
Ryan Helsley Note
Ryan Helsley photo 167. Ryan Helsley STL
John Gant Note
John Gant photo 168. John Gant STL
Kyle Freeland Note
Kyle Freeland photo 169. Kyle Freeland COL
Randy Dobnak Note
Randy Dobnak photo 170. Randy Dobnak MIN
Michael Wacha Note
Michael Wacha photo 171. Michael Wacha NYM
Trevor Richards Note
Trevor Richards photo 172. Trevor Richards TB
Robert Stephenson Note
Robert Stephenson photo 173. Robert Stephenson CIN
Matt Manning Note
Matt Manning photo 174. Matt Manning DET
Daniel Ponce de Leon Note
Daniel Ponce de Leon photo 175. Daniel Ponce de Leon STL
Asher Wojciechowski Note
Asher Wojciechowski photo 176. Asher Wojciechowski BAL
Shun Yamaguchi Note
Shun Yamaguchi photo 177. Shun Yamaguchi TOR
Brent Honeywell Jr. Note
Brent Honeywell Jr. photo 178. Brent Honeywell Jr. TB
Jimmy Nelson Note
Jimmy Nelson photo 179. Jimmy Nelson LAD
Alex Young Note
Alex Young photo 180. Alex Young ARI
Tyler Anderson Note
Tyler Anderson photo 181. Tyler Anderson SF
Michael Fulmer Note
Michael Fulmer photo 182. Michael Fulmer DET
Carlos Rodon Note
Carlos Rodon photo 183. Carlos Rodon CWS
Joe Ross Note
Joe Ross photo 184. Joe Ross WSH
Bryse Wilson Note
Bryse Wilson photo 185. Bryse Wilson ATL
Cam Bedrosian Note
Cam Bedrosian photo 186. Cam Bedrosian LAA
Scott Barlow Note
Scott Barlow photo 187. Scott Barlow KC
Justin Dunn Note
Justin Dunn photo 188. Justin Dunn SEA
Cal Quantrill Note
Cal Quantrill photo 189. Cal Quantrill SD
Luis Patino Note
Luis Patino photo 190. Luis Patino SD
Tyler Clippard Note
Tyler Clippard photo 191. Tyler Clippard MIN
Shaun Anderson Note
Shaun Anderson photo 192. Shaun Anderson SF
Ian Anderson Note
Ian Anderson photo 193. Ian Anderson ATL
Framber Valdez Note
Framber Valdez photo 194. Framber Valdez HOU
Noe Ramirez Note
Noe Ramirez photo 195. Noe Ramirez LAA
Tarik Skubal Note
Tarik Skubal photo 196. Tarik Skubal DET
Darwinzon Hernandez Note
Darwinzon Hernandez photo 197. Darwinzon Hernandez BOS
Jhoulys Chacin Note
Jhoulys Chacin photo 198. Jhoulys Chacin MIN
Harold Ramirez Note
Harold Ramirez photo 199. Harold Ramirez FA
Chad Kuhl Note
Chad Kuhl photo 200. Chad Kuhl PIT
Logan Webb Note
Logan Webb photo 201. Logan Webb SF
Antonio Senzatela Note
Antonio Senzatela photo 202. Antonio Senzatela COL
Brusdar Graterol Note
Brusdar Graterol photo 203. Brusdar Graterol LAD
Erik Swanson Note
Erik Swanson photo 204. Erik Swanson SEA
Devin Smeltzer Note
Devin Smeltzer photo 205. Devin Smeltzer MIN
Hector Velazquez Note
Hector Velazquez photo 206. Hector Velazquez BAL
Tyler Chatwood Note
Tyler Chatwood photo 207. Tyler Chatwood CHC
Alex Cobb Note
Alex Cobb photo 208. Alex Cobb BAL
Ranger Suarez Note
Ranger Suarez photo 209. Ranger Suarez PHI
Derek Holland Note
Derek Holland photo 210. Derek Holland PIT
Anthony Kay Note
Anthony Kay photo 211. Anthony Kay TOR
Wade LeBlanc Note
Wade LeBlanc photo 212. Wade LeBlanc BAL
Junior Guerra Note
Junior Guerra photo 213. Junior Guerra ARI
Mike Montgomery Note
Mike Montgomery photo 214. Mike Montgomery KC
Brett Anderson Note
Brett Anderson photo 215. Brett Anderson MIL
Andrew Kittredge Note
Andrew Kittredge photo 216. Andrew Kittredge TB
Dereck Rodriguez Note
Dereck Rodriguez photo 217. Dereck Rodriguez SF
Aaron Sanchez Note
Aaron Sanchez photo 218. Aaron Sanchez FA
Adam Plutko Note
Adam Plutko photo 219. Adam Plutko CLE
Sam Gaviglio Note
Sam Gaviglio photo 220. Sam Gaviglio TOR
Rogelio Armenteros Note
Rogelio Armenteros photo 221. Rogelio Armenteros HOU
Kendall Graveman Note
Kendall Graveman photo 222. Kendall Graveman SEA
Enyel De Los Santos Note
Enyel De Los Santos photo 223. Enyel De Los Santos PHI
Jose De Leon Note
Jose De Leon photo 224. Jose De Leon CIN
Jesse Chavez Note
Jesse Chavez photo 225. Jesse Chavez TEX
Braden Shipley Note
Braden Shipley photo 226. Braden Shipley KC
Ryan Weber Note
Ryan Weber photo 227. Ryan Weber BOS
Trevor Cahill Note
Trevor Cahill photo 228. Trevor Cahill FA
Touki Toussaint Note
Touki Toussaint photo 229. Touki Toussaint ATL
Clarke Schmidt Note
Clarke Schmidt photo 230. Clarke Schmidt NYY
Jorge Lopez Note
Jorge Lopez photo 231. Jorge Lopez KC
Zack Littell Note
Zack Littell photo 232. Zack Littell MIN
Thomas Pannone Note
Thomas Pannone photo 233. Thomas Pannone TOR
Logan Gilbert Note
Logan Gilbert photo 234. Logan Gilbert SEA
Lucas Sims Note
Lucas Sims photo 235. Lucas Sims CIN
Zack Godley Note
Zack Godley photo 236. Zack Godley FA
Duane Underwood Jr. Note
Duane Underwood Jr. photo 237. Duane Underwood Jr. CHC
Brady Singer Note
Brady Singer photo 238. Brady Singer KC
Andrew Suarez Note
Andrew Suarez photo 239. Andrew Suarez SF
Deivi Garcia Note
Deivi Garcia photo 240. Deivi Garcia NYY
Josh Rogers Note
Josh Rogers photo 241. Josh Rogers BAL
Ivan Nova Note
Ivan Nova photo 242. Ivan Nova DET
Jon Duplantier Note
Jon Duplantier photo 243. Jon Duplantier ARI
Brian Johnson Note
Brian Johnson photo 244. Brian Johnson BOS
Edward Cabrera Note
Edward Cabrera photo 245. Edward Cabrera MIA
Felix Hernandez Note
Felix Hernandez photo 246. Felix Hernandez ATL
Jose Soriano Note
Jose Soriano photo 247. Jose Soriano LAA
Kolby Allard Note
Kolby Allard photo 248. Kolby Allard TEX
Eric Pardinho Note
Eric Pardinho photo 249. Eric Pardinho TOR
Hunter Greene Note
Hunter Greene photo 250. Hunter Greene CIN
Logan Allen Note
Logan Allen photo 251. Logan Allen CLE
Pedro Avila Note
Pedro Avila photo 252. Pedro Avila SD
Felix Pena Note
Felix Pena photo 253. Felix Pena LAA
Jerad Eickhoff Note
Jerad Eickhoff photo 254. Jerad Eickhoff SD
Gregory Soto Note
Gregory Soto photo 255. Gregory Soto DET
Jharel Cotton Note
Jharel Cotton photo 256. Jharel Cotton CHC
Jesse Hahn Note
Jesse Hahn photo 257. Jesse Hahn KC
Brett Martin Note
Brett Martin photo 258. Brett Martin TEX
Corbin Martin Note
Corbin Martin photo 259. Corbin Martin ARI
Jordan Romano Note
Jordan Romano photo 260. Jordan Romano TOR
Carson Fulmer Note
Carson Fulmer photo 261. Carson Fulmer CWS
Bryan Abreu Note
Bryan Abreu photo 262. Bryan Abreu HOU
Sterling Sharp Note
Sterling Sharp photo 263. Sterling Sharp MIA
Wilmer Font Note
Wilmer Font photo 264. Wilmer Font TOR
Jake Faria Note
Jake Faria photo 265. Jake Faria MIL
Daniel Mengden Note
Daniel Mengden photo 266. Daniel Mengden OAK
Triston McKenzie Note
Triston McKenzie photo 267. Triston McKenzie CLE
Tucker Davidson Note
Tucker Davidson photo 268. Tucker Davidson ATL
Peter Lambert Note
Peter Lambert photo 269. Peter Lambert COL
Jacob Waguespack Note
Jacob Waguespack photo 270. Jacob Waguespack TOR
Jeff Hoffman Note
Jeff Hoffman photo 271. Jeff Hoffman COL
Brandon Bielak Note
Brandon Bielak photo 272. Brandon Bielak HOU
Grant Holmes Note
Grant Holmes photo 273. Grant Holmes OAK
Jose Suarez Note
Jose Suarez photo 274. Jose Suarez LAA
Dylan Covey Note
Dylan Covey photo 275. Dylan Covey TB
Julian Merryweather Note
Julian Merryweather photo 276. Julian Merryweather TOR
Lewis Thorpe Note
Lewis Thorpe photo 277. Lewis Thorpe MIN
Jackson Kowar Note
Jackson Kowar photo 278. Jackson Kowar KC
Tyler Ivey Note
Tyler Ivey photo 279. Tyler Ivey HOU
Dillon Tate Note
Dillon Tate photo 280. Dillon Tate BAL
Alec Mills Note
Alec Mills photo 281. Alec Mills CHC
Ryan Rolison Note
Ryan Rolison photo 282. Ryan Rolison COL
Nick Neidert Note
Nick Neidert photo 283. Nick Neidert MIA
Anderson Espinoza Note
Anderson Espinoza photo 284. Anderson Espinoza SD
Jordan Zimmermann Note
Jordan Zimmermann photo 285. Jordan Zimmermann DET
Dean Kremer Note
Dean Kremer photo 286. Dean Kremer BAL
Taylor Widener Note
Taylor Widener photo 287. Taylor Widener ARI
Nick Kingham Note
Nick Kingham photo 288. Nick Kingham TOR
Wei-Yin Chen Note
Wei-Yin Chen photo 289. Wei-Yin Chen FA
Josiah Gray Note
Josiah Gray photo 290. Josiah Gray LAD
Steven Brault Note
Steven Brault photo 291. Steven Brault PIT
Daulton Jefferies Note
Daulton Jefferies photo 292. Daulton Jefferies OAK
Michael Baumann Note
Michael Baumann photo 293. Michael Baumann BAL
Cristian Javier Note
Cristian Javier photo 294. Cristian Javier HOU
James Kaprielian Note
James Kaprielian photo 295. James Kaprielian OAK
Bo Takahashi Note
Bo Takahashi photo 296. Bo Takahashi ARI
Austin Adams Note
Austin Adams photo 297. Austin Adams FA
Adonis Medina Note
Adonis Medina photo 298. Adonis Medina PHI
Joe Palumbo Note
Joe Palumbo photo 299. Joe Palumbo TEX
Keegan Akin Note
Keegan Akin photo 300. Keegan Akin BAL
Ryan Borucki Note
Ryan Borucki photo 301. Ryan Borucki TOR
David Peterson Note
David Peterson photo 302. David Peterson NYM
Tyler Alexander Note
Tyler Alexander photo 303. Tyler Alexander DET
Jacob Nix Note
Jacob Nix photo 304. Jacob Nix SD
Erick Fedde Note
Erick Fedde photo 305. Erick Fedde WSH
Angel Perdomo Note
Angel Perdomo photo 306. Angel Perdomo MIL
Austin Gomber Note
Austin Gomber photo 307. Austin Gomber STL
Nate Karns Note
Nate Karns photo 308. Nate Karns BAL
Danny Salazar Note
Danny Salazar photo 309. Danny Salazar FA
Cody Ponce Note
Cody Ponce photo 310. Cody Ponce PIT
Patrick Weigel Note
Patrick Weigel photo 311. Patrick Weigel ATL
Jorge Guzman Note
Jorge Guzman photo 312. Jorge Guzman MIA
Conner Menez Note
Conner Menez photo 313. Conner Menez SF
Bernardo Flores Jr. Note
Bernardo Flores Jr. photo 314. Bernardo Flores Jr. CWS
Matt Moore Note
Matt Moore photo 315. Matt Moore FA
Blake Taylor Note
Blake Taylor photo 316. Blake Taylor HOU
Nick Margevicius Note
Nick Margevicius photo 317. Nick Margevicius SEA
Shelby Miller Note
Shelby Miller photo 318. Shelby Miller MIL
Beau Burrows Note
Beau Burrows photo 319. Beau Burrows DET
Glenn Sparkman Note
Glenn Sparkman photo 320. Glenn Sparkman KC
Tyson Ross Note
Tyson Ross photo 321. Tyson Ross FA
Pedro Payano Note
Pedro Payano photo 322. Pedro Payano NYM
Jalen Beeks Note
Jalen Beeks photo 323. Jalen Beeks TB
Matt Carasiti Note
Matt Carasiti photo 324. Matt Carasiti SEA
Jaime Barria Note
Jaime Barria photo 325. Jaime Barria LAA
James Marvel Note
James Marvel photo 326. James Marvel PIT
Jeff Brigham Note
Jeff Brigham photo 327. Jeff Brigham MIA
Hector Perez Note
Hector Perez photo 328. Hector Perez TOR
Daniel Gossett Note
Daniel Gossett photo 329. Daniel Gossett OAK
Alvaro Seijas Note
Alvaro Seijas photo 330. Alvaro Seijas STL
Adrian Morejon Note
Adrian Morejon photo 331. Adrian Morejon SD
Matt Wisler Note
Matt Wisler photo 332. Matt Wisler MIN
Tanner Anderson Note
Tanner Anderson photo 333. Tanner Anderson OAK
Anthony Banda Note
Anthony Banda photo 334. Anthony Banda TB
Taylor Clarke Note
Taylor Clarke photo 335. Taylor Clarke ARI
Andrew Cashner Note
Andrew Cashner photo 336. Andrew Cashner FA
Scott Moss Note
Scott Moss photo 337. Scott Moss CLE
Taylor Cole Note
Taylor Cole photo 338. Taylor Cole LAA
Anthony Castro Note
Anthony Castro photo 339. Anthony Castro DET
Sean Reid-Foley Note
Sean Reid-Foley photo 340. Sean Reid-Foley TOR
Tim Melville Note
Tim Melville photo 341. Tim Melville FA
JT Brubaker Note
JT Brubaker photo 342. JT Brubaker PIT
Dillon Peters Note
Dillon Peters photo 343. Dillon Peters LAA
Dan Straily Note
Dan Straily photo 344. Dan Straily FA
Chandler Shepherd Note
Chandler Shepherd photo 345. Chandler Shepherd BAL
Scott Blewett Note
Scott Blewett photo 346. Scott Blewett KC
Paul Blackburn Note
Paul Blackburn photo 347. Paul Blackburn OAK
Jose Mujica Note
Jose Mujica photo 348. Jose Mujica COL
Chris Stratton Note
Chris Stratton photo 349. Chris Stratton PIT
Trevor Oaks Note
Trevor Oaks photo 350. Trevor Oaks SF
Tom Hatch Note
Tom Hatch photo 351. Tom Hatch TOR
Odrisamer Despaigne Note
Odrisamer Despaigne photo 352. Odrisamer Despaigne FA
Michel Baez Note
Michel Baez photo 353. Michel Baez SD
Ryan Merritt Note
Ryan Merritt photo 354. Ryan Merritt TB
Tony Cingrani Note
Tony Cingrani photo 355. Tony Cingrani FA
Adbert Alzolay Note
Adbert Alzolay photo 356. Adbert Alzolay CHC
Robert Dugger Note
Robert Dugger photo 357. Robert Dugger MIA
Corey Oswalt Note
Corey Oswalt photo 358. Corey Oswalt NYM
Manny Banuelos Note
Manny Banuelos photo 359. Manny Banuelos FA
Cole Irvin Note
Cole Irvin photo 360. Cole Irvin PHI
Alex Faedo Note
Alex Faedo photo 361. Alex Faedo DET
Trey Supak Note
Trey Supak photo 362. Trey Supak MIL
Ashton Goudeau Note
Ashton Goudeau photo 363. Ashton Goudeau COL
Luis Perdomo Note
Luis Perdomo photo 364. Luis Perdomo SD
Clay Holmes Note
Clay Holmes photo 365. Clay Holmes PIT
Matt Harvey Note
Matt Harvey photo 366. Matt Harvey FA
Derek Law Note
Derek Law photo 367. Derek Law TEX
Jordan Holloway Note
Jordan Holloway photo 368. Jordan Holloway MIA
Dennis Santana Note
Dennis Santana photo 369. Dennis Santana LAD
Sam McWilliams Note
Sam McWilliams photo 370. Sam McWilliams KC
Nestor Cortes Jr. Note
Nestor Cortes Jr. photo 371. Nestor Cortes Jr. SEA
Fernando Romero Note
Fernando Romero photo 372. Fernando Romero MIN
Ubaldo Jimenez Note
Ubaldo Jimenez photo 373. Ubaldo Jimenez COL
Luke Bard Note
Luke Bard photo 374. Luke Bard LAA
Kyle Hart Note
Kyle Hart photo 375. Kyle Hart BOS
Jason Vargas Note
Jason Vargas photo 376. Jason Vargas FA
Foster Griffin Note
Foster Griffin photo 377. Foster Griffin KC
Francisco Liriano Note
Francisco Liriano photo 378. Francisco Liriano PHI
Dario Agrazal Note
Dario Agrazal photo 379. Dario Agrazal DET
Yohander Mendez Note
Yohander Mendez photo 380. Yohander Mendez TEX
Colin Rea Note
Colin Rea photo 381. Colin Rea CHC
Clay Buchholz Note
Clay Buchholz photo 382. Clay Buchholz FA
Kyle Funkhouser Note
Kyle Funkhouser photo 383. Kyle Funkhouser DET
Rico Garcia Note
Rico Garcia photo 384. Rico Garcia SF
David Hale Note
David Hale photo 385. David Hale NYY
Ryan Castellani Note
Ryan Castellani photo 386. Ryan Castellani COL
Sal Romano Note
Sal Romano photo 387. Sal Romano CIN
David Hess Note
David Hess photo 388. David Hess BAL
Bud Norris Note
Bud Norris photo 389. Bud Norris PHI
T.J. Zeuch Note
T.J. Zeuch photo 390. T.J. Zeuch TOR
Edwin Jackson Note
Edwin Jackson photo 391. Edwin Jackson ARI
Burch Smith Note
Burch Smith photo 392. Burch Smith OAK
Aaron Brooks Note
Aaron Brooks photo 393. Aaron Brooks FA
Jefry Rodriguez Note
Jefry Rodriguez photo 394. Jefry Rodriguez CLE
Mark Appel Note
Mark Appel photo 395. Mark Appel PHI
Marco Estrada Note
Marco Estrada photo 396. Marco Estrada OAK
Adalberto Mejia Note
Adalberto Mejia photo 397. Adalberto Mejia CWS
Chad Bettis Note
Chad Bettis photo 398. Chad Bettis FA
Devin Williams Note
Devin Williams photo 399. Devin Williams MIL
Ariel Jurado Note
Ariel Jurado photo 400. Ariel Jurado TEX
Cody Anderson Note
Cody Anderson photo 401. Cody Anderson FA
Tanner Houck Note
Tanner Houck photo 402. Tanner Houck BOS
Clayton Richard Note
Clayton Richard photo 403. Clayton Richard FA
Hector Noesi Note
Hector Noesi photo 404. Hector Noesi PIT
Chance Adams Note
Chance Adams photo 405. Chance Adams KC
Edinson Volquez Note
Edinson Volquez photo 406. Edinson Volquez TEX
Tommy Milone Note
Tommy Milone photo 407. Tommy Milone FA
Elvis Luciano Note
Elvis Luciano photo 408. Elvis Luciano TOR
Josh A. Smith Note
Josh A. Smith photo 409. Josh A. Smith MIA
Vladimir Gutierrez Note
Vladimir Gutierrez photo 410. Vladimir Gutierrez CIN
Jameson Taillon Note
Jameson Taillon photo 411. Jameson Taillon PIT
Stephen Woods Note
Stephen Woods photo 412. Stephen Woods KC
Heath Fillmyer Note
Heath Fillmyer photo 413. Heath Fillmyer KC
Joel Payamps Note
Joel Payamps photo 414. Joel Payamps ARI
Genesis Cabrera Note
Genesis Cabrera photo 415. Genesis Cabrera STL
Zac Lowther Note
Zac Lowther photo 416. Zac Lowther BAL
Rony Garcia Note
Rony Garcia photo 417. Rony Garcia DET
Joey Wentz Note
Joey Wentz photo 418. Joey Wentz DET
Reggie McClain Note
Reggie McClain photo 419. Reggie McClain PHI
Ross Detwiler Note
Ross Detwiler photo 420. Ross Detwiler CWS
Michael Rucker Note
Michael Rucker photo 421. Michael Rucker BAL
Michael King Note
Michael King photo 422. Michael King NYY
Brad Mills Note
Brad Mills photo 423. Brad Mills SEA
Sean Gilmartin Note
Sean Gilmartin photo 424. Sean Gilmartin TB
Taylor Hearn Note
Taylor Hearn photo 425. Taylor Hearn TEX
Drew Gagnon Note
Drew Gagnon photo 426. Drew Gagnon FA
Aaron Wilkerson Note
Aaron Wilkerson photo 427. Aaron Wilkerson MIL
Aaron Slegers Note
Aaron Slegers photo 428. Aaron Slegers TB
Kyle McGowin Note
Kyle McGowin photo 429. Kyle McGowin WSH
Kodi Medeiros Note
Kodi Medeiros photo 430. Kodi Medeiros CWS
Cy Sneed Note
Cy Sneed photo 431. Cy Sneed HOU
Walker Lockett Note
Walker Lockett photo 432. Walker Lockett NYM
Matt Koch Note
Matt Koch photo 433. Matt Koch ARI
Melvin Adon Note
Melvin Adon photo 434. Melvin Adon SF
Jorge Alcala Note
Jorge Alcala photo 435. Jorge Alcala MIN
Erasmo Ramirez Note
Erasmo Ramirez photo 436. Erasmo Ramirez NYM
Tom Eshelman Note
Tom Eshelman photo 437. Tom Eshelman BAL
Alec Hansen Note
Alec Hansen photo 438. Alec Hansen CWS
Wes Parsons Note
Wes Parsons photo 439. Wes Parsons COL
Marcos Diplan Note
Marcos Diplan photo 440. Marcos Diplan BAL
Ervin Santana Note
Ervin Santana photo 441. Ervin Santana FA
Nick Tropeano Note
Nick Tropeano photo 442. Nick Tropeano NYY
Yefry Ramirez Note
Yefry Ramirez photo 443. Yefry Ramirez NYM
Sam Howard Note
Sam Howard photo 444. Sam Howard PIT
JC Ramirez Note
JC Ramirez photo 445. JC Ramirez LAA
Phillips Valdez Note
Phillips Valdez photo 446. Phillips Valdez BOS
Ben Lively Note
Ben Lively photo 447. Ben Lively FA
Brock Stewart Note
Brock Stewart photo 448. Brock Stewart FA
Jonathan Hernandez Note
Jonathan Hernandez photo 449. Jonathan Hernandez TEX
Ryan Carpenter Note
Ryan Carpenter photo 450. Ryan Carpenter DET
Huascar Ynoa Note
Huascar Ynoa photo 451. Huascar Ynoa ATL
Eric Skoglund Note
Eric Skoglund photo 452. Eric Skoglund KC
Travis Lakins Note
Travis Lakins photo 453. Travis Lakins BAL
Alex McRae Note
Alex McRae photo 454. Alex McRae CWS
Mike Shawaryn Note
Mike Shawaryn photo 455. Mike Shawaryn BOS
Chi Chi Gonzalez Note
Chi Chi Gonzalez photo 456. Chi Chi Gonzalez COL
Gabriel Ynoa Note
Gabriel Ynoa photo 457. Gabriel Ynoa FA
Jesus Tinoco Note
Jesus Tinoco photo 458. Jesus Tinoco COL
Ty Blach Note
Ty Blach photo 459. Ty Blach BAL
Kohl Stewart Note
Kohl Stewart photo 460. Kohl Stewart BAL
Connor Joe Note
Connor Joe photo 461. Connor Joe LAD
Alex White Note
Alex White photo 462. Alex White FA
Ricardo Sanchez Note
Ricardo Sanchez photo 463. Ricardo Sanchez STL
Zack Brown Note
Zack Brown photo 464. Zack Brown MIL
Mitchell White Note
Mitchell White photo 465. Mitchell White LAD
Jake Woodford Note
Jake Woodford photo 466. Jake Woodford STL
Stephen Gonsalves Note
Stephen Gonsalves photo 467. Stephen Gonsalves NYM
Franklyn Kilome Note
Franklyn Kilome photo 468. Franklyn Kilome NYM
Andrew Moore Note
Andrew Moore photo 469. Andrew Moore SEA
Tony Santillan Note
Tony Santillan photo 470. Tony Santillan CIN
James Shields Note
James Shields photo 471. James Shields FA
Luis Ortiz Note
Luis Ortiz photo 472. Luis Ortiz BAL
J.B. Bukauskas Note
J.B. Bukauskas photo 473. J.B. Bukauskas ARI
Jeremy Hellickson Note
Jeremy Hellickson photo 474. Jeremy Hellickson FA
Luiz Gohara Note
Luiz Gohara photo 475. Luiz Gohara FA
Sam Delaplane Note
Sam Delaplane photo 476. Sam Delaplane SEA
Brett Graves Note
Brett Graves photo 477. Brett Graves MIA
Artie Lewicki Note
Artie Lewicki photo 478. Artie Lewicki ARI
Chris Ellis Note
Chris Ellis photo 479. Chris Ellis FA
Keury Mella Note
Keury Mella photo 480. Keury Mella CIN
Jimmy Yacabonis Note
Jimmy Yacabonis photo 481. Jimmy Yacabonis SD
Rookie Davis Note
Rookie Davis photo 482. Rookie Davis FA
Luis Escobar Note
Luis Escobar photo 483. Luis Escobar FA
Chase De Jong Note
Chase De Jong photo 484. Chase De Jong MIN