Fantasy Baseball Player Notes
2024 Fantasy Baseball Draft Notes
1.
Spencer Strider
ATL
Spencer Strider performed as advertised in 2023. He struck out a ridiculous 281 batters in 186 2/3 innings for a 13.55 K/9. His walk rate dropped for the third straight season, and his xBAA was .205. His outlier was a 3.86 ERA, but don't let this stop you from drafting him, as his xERA was 3.09. Strider is currently the first pitcher off the board in NFBC drafts. He is neckandneck with Gerrit Cole for best fantasy SP1.

2.
Corbin Burnes
FA
Corbin Burnes is in the last year of his contract with the Milwaukee Brewers, and it would be somewhat surprising if he still plays for them at the end of the year. The important thing to note is that his pending free agency makes him an even better draft pick in 2024 than usual. And his "usual" is still elite. Burnes landed at 200 strikeouts in 193 2/3 innings with a 3.39 ERA and microscopic 1.07 WHIP. Hitters struggle to make good contact on Burnes's pitches (avgEV of 86.4), but his K% dropped five percent to 25.5. As the third pitcher in Tier 1, he has the most to gain in 2024 and will make an excellent SP1 in fantasy.

3.
Zack Wheeler
PHI
Zack Wheeler continued his SP1 ways in 2023, racking up 212 strikeouts in 192 innings. His ERA was a little high (for him) at 3.61, and his xFIP supported that at 3.54. Wheeler is in the 95th percentile in BB% (5.0), so you can draft him knowing he will protect your WHIP better than many other aces. He also started 32 games, making his durability an asset as well. Wheeler remains at the top of Tier 2 after the Strider/Cole/Burnes triad, and you can probably get him in the third round.

4.
Luis Castillo
SEA
Luis Castillo had a successful first season in Seattle, which was to be expected when he got out of Great American Ball Park. Castillo struck out 219 batters in 197 innings and started 33 games for the Mariners, striking out 10.01 K/9 and a 27.3 K%. One negative on his report card was his xERA of 3.82 and xFIP of 3.81, suggesting his 3.34 ERA may have been a bit lucky. Also of note was his 1.28 HR/9, which was the highest it had been since 2018. There is a lot to like about Castillo, but he is one of the more volatile pitchers in Tier 2.

5.
Pablo Lopez
MIN
Pablo Lopez had a great first year in Minnesota and established himself as their SP1. He threw 194 innings and struck out 234 batters. Lopez ended the season with a 3.86 ERA and 1.18, but his xERA was much lower at 3.00 with an xFIP of 3.25. Statcast has him ranked in the 98th percentile of pitching run value, and he may come at a small discount compared to where his projections have him. Lopez isn't a flashy SP1 for fantasy managers, but he offers stellar stats and consistency, which ain't bad.

6.
George Kirby
SEA
George Kirby has a lot of stats to love, but the one that jumps off the page is that he walked 19 batters in 190 2/3 innings. He struck out 172 batters and carried a 3.35 ERA with 1.04 WHIP. Both his xERA and xFIP were higher than his actual numbers, but he started 31 games, and there is nothing overtly alarming in his underlying metrics. Kirby will cost you a fourth or fifthround pick in 2024, but there is no better anchor for your ratios.

7.
Kevin Gausman
TOR
Kevin Gausman had a great second season north of the border, pitching 185 innings and striking out 237. His 11.53 K/9 was the secondhighest of his career, but his walk rate went back up to 7.2% from his career low in 2022 (3.9). He has a couple of questionable metrics, namely his 3.87 xERA compared to his actual 3.16 ERA. His xFIP ended at 3.22, though, so chances are good that number will settle somewhere in the middle. His 31.1% strikeout rate might come back down to earth a little as well. Gausman is a good SP1 from Tier 2.

8.
Zac Gallen
ARI
Zac Gallen had a dominant 2023 and finished third in the NL Cy Young race. The 28yearold tossed 210 innings and struck out 220 with a 3.47 ERA and 1.11 WHIP. If we include the postseason, Gallen threw 243 2/3 innings, 60 innings more than his previous high. He gave up a lot of hard contact, and his xERA was 4.16. Gallen's xFIP was 3.49 on the plus side, and he continued to strike out more than one batter per inning. Gallen is a risky SP1, and his cost (currently in the third round) looks pretty high, given all the red flags heading into 2024.

9.
Tyler Glasnow
LAD
Tyler Glasnow returned with a vengeance in 2023. Upon his return from Tommy John surgery, he threw 120 innings and struck out 162 batters. His 33.4 K% is in the 97th percentile, and his fastball velocity sat in the 96mph range. His ERA was 3.53, but his xFIP was 2.75, suggesting that he dealt with some bad luck. (And if you know Glasnow, you know that he has dealt with a lot of bad luck in his career.) His WHIP also remained low at 1.08. Now, he joins a burgeoning SuperTeam in the Dodgers, where he will remain for the foreseeable future. He offers so much strikeout upside that it doesn't really matter where he plays. He would be in my Tier 1 of pitchers except for his injury history, which knocks him down ever so slightly.

10.
Logan Webb
SF
If you dig the ground ball, Logan Webb might be your soulmate. The 27yearold is in the 99th percentile of GB% at 62.7 and BB% of 3.6. He struck out 194 batters in 216 innings pitched, so while he is not the strikeout artist of an SP1, he will do wonders for your ratios. And if you're interested in a durable starter, Webb started 33 games last year and 32 games the year before. Webb is a setandforget guy who rarely blows up, protecting your weekly numbers as well.

11.
Tarik Skubal
DET
Tarik Skubal arrived in 2023 and quickly became the Detroit ace. He started 15 games for the Tigers, throwing 80 1/3 innings and striking out 102 batters. More impressively, he ended with a 2.80 ERA and 0.90 WHIP. On top of that, his xERA was 2.30, and his xFIP was 2.56, which suggests that his production was not an aberration. Looking ahead to 2024, Skubal slots in as an SP2 with an SP1 ceiling that is hard to ignore. He is worth targeting in the fourth or fifth rounds of drafts.

12.
Yoshinobu Yamamoto
LAD
Yoshinobu Yamamoto will arrive in MLB with the powerhouse Dodgers in 2024, and while there may be an adjustment period for the 25yearold, it shouldn't last too long. Yamamoto should come close to 200 strikeouts, though his ERA is projected to be near 4.00. However, as with all pitchers on outstanding teams, he does have slightly more win equity than others. As part of the $1 billion package that Los Angeles dropped on Yamamoto and Shohei Ohtani, the former's ADP seems somewhat inflated for a pitcher who has yet to face MLB hitters. He will cost you a sixthround draft pick, and there may be better value elsewhere that early.

13.
Aaron Nola
PHI
Aaron Nola had a mixed bag of results for fantasy teams in 2023. He threw 193 2/3 innings across 32 starts, so durability was not an issue. He struck out 202 batters and maintained his excellent BB% (5.7) for a WHIP of 1.15. His ERA, however, was an unseemly 4.46, and he gave up a careerhigh 1.49 HR/9. Nola's xERA and xFIP suggest improvement in ERA for 2024, and he has started precisely 32 games each of the last three seasons. In the offseason, he signed a sevenyear, $172 million contract with the Phillies, a significant deal for a guy who will turn 31 in June. The perception of Nola is that he is an SP1, but his stats suggest grabbing someone to anchor your staff in 2024 and slot him in as an SP2.

14.
Freddy Peralta
MIL
In 2023, Freddy Peralta finished sixth in K/9 among qualified starting pitchers who threw 100 or more innings. He struck out 210 batters in only 165 2/3 innings across 30 starts. His ERA was high at 3.86, but his xERA was 3.35, and his xFIP was 3.42. Peralta occasionally gives up hard contact, and his 1.4 HR/9 isn't great, but his 3.89 K/BB ratio was good for the 23rdbest in the majors. He will turn 28 in June, and even though he threw the most innings of his career last year, there isn't much to be concerned about. Slot him in as an SP2 that you can probably grab in the fifth or sixth round.

15.
Framber Valdez
HOU
Framber Valdez took a step back in 2023 but still pitched 198 innings of stellar ball for the Astros. He ended with a 3.46 ERA, though his 4.33 xERA suggests he was lucky. On the other hand, his xFIP was 3.39, and he was one of 17 pitchers who struck out 200 or more. Valdez remains a cheat code in leagues with Quality Starts as a category. Even in traditional 5x5 leagues, he is an excellent SP2 with SP1 upside that you can probably get in the fifth round.

16.
Max Fried
FA
Max Fried dealt with a couple of injuries in 2023, which limited him to 14 starts and 77 2/3 innings. He made the most of those innings, though, with a 2.55 ERA and 1.13 WHIP. While fantasy managers shouldn't chase wins, Fried's 81 record is notable because of the team he plays for. If he continues with his current pitching profile (Pitching RunValue of 88, according to Statcast), the wins should come thanks to the prolific Braves offense. Fried does not give up much in the way of hard hits, and his ground ball percentage of 59.2 lands in the 97th percentile. He will be a solid SP1 if you wait until the fifth or sixth round to start your pitching staff.

17.
Blake Snell
FA
Blake Snell won the 2023 NL Cy Young Award, but will come with plenty of risk in 2024. As of right now, we don't know where he will be, which is part of the battle, but his 2.25 ERA last year was a mirage. Snell's xERA was 3.77, and xFIP was 3.62. In the positive column, he struck out 234 batters in 180 innings and was one of only 11 qualified starters with an 11 K/9 or higher. If walks drive you crazy, don't even consider the 31yearold, but if you need strikeouts and plan to have ratio help elsewhere, Snell can be a nice SP2.

18.
Logan Gilbert
SEA
Logan Gilbert pitched 190 2/3 innings, struck out 189 batters, and ended with a 3.73 ERA and 1.08 WHIP. The 26yearold offered an elite BB% of 4.7, and his xERA and xFIP are in line with his actual numbers. Gilbert has started 32 games in each of the last two years, so the durability is there. He has an average K% and Whiff%, which keeps him out of an elite SP tier, but he is a solid SP3 with SP2 upside for those who want to take that risk.

19.
Grayson Rodriguez
BAL
I think it's fair to say that Grayson Rodriguez stumbled onto the scene in 2023. In the first half of the season, the rookie threw 45 1/3 innings and gave up 13 home runs and 21 walks on his way to a 7.35 ERA and a trip back to TripleA. When he returned, the prospect everyone wanted to see arrived. He allowed only three home runs over his final 76 2/3 innings and finished that half with a 2.58 ERA. The good news is that the 24yearold's second season should be more in line with the latter half of 2023. With a 94th percentile (97.4 mph) fastball velocity, Rodriguez is best considered an SP3 with an SP2 upside in 2024.

20.
Zach Eflin
BAL
Before 2023, Zach Eflin received an abundance of "sleeper" predictions because of the Tampa Bump. Pitchers going TO the Rays are targets. Pitchers going away from them are typically labeled busts. It was difficult to believe a guy with a career ERA over 4.00 would suddenly be worth chasing. Alas, Eflin bought into his hype, apparently. He had a careerhigh K/9 of 9.42, striking out 186 batters in 177 2/3 innings. He ended with an ERA of 3.50, and his xFIP of 3.12 suggests he was even better than that. His WHIP was 1.02 thanks to a BB% of 3.4 and a Chase% of 34. Eflin's 2024 outlook suggests some regression but nothing to scare fantasy managers away from his SP3 draft price.

21.
Bobby Miller
LAD
Bobby Miller throws hard. He has a fastball velocity in the 98th percentile (98.9 mph), and the speed did not transfer to a high Whiff%. The 24yearold started 22 games for the Dodgers, and he should have no issue sliding into their 2024 rotation. And it won't be hard to justify anyone wearing a Dodgers uniform this year. His ERA is projected to sit around 4.00, but the win equity and solid pitching organization give him slightly more upside. If you feel the need for speed, he's your guy. But if you feel the need for strikeouts, he doesn't offer a ton. He slots in as an SP3/4.

22.
Jesus Luzardo
MIA
Jesus Luzardo was on a lot of 2023 sleeper lists, and he lived up to the billing. He struck out 208 batters in 178 2/3 innings with a 3.58 ERA and 1.21 WHIP. Heading into his age26 season, he is stretched out and ready to throw 180+ innings in 2024. Luzardo should stay north of 10 K/9, and even though there is some risk in him being prone to walks and home runs, he is a highupside starter who can fill an SP3 slot comfortably.

23.
Joe Ryan
MIN
Joe Ryan started 29 games for the Twins last year, ending up with an ERA (4.51) that was almost a full run higher than in 2022 (3.55). His xERA last year, though, was 3.53, and chances are good that he was just snakebit by a .305 BABIP. He also gave up a lot of hard contact (1.78 HR/9), but he struck out 197 batters and walked fewer than two per game. He should bounce back nicely in 2024, and you can draft him in the ninth round to be your SP2 or SP3.

24.
Justin Steele
CHC
Justin Steele was in the NL Cy Young conversation for much of the 2023 season, finishing fifth when all was said and done. The 28yearold had an elite BB% (5.0), and batters struggled to barrel up his pitches. He has hovered in the 24% Krate for each of his three seasons, but last year's 1.17 WHIP is due for some regression in 2024. Steele is a difficult pitcher to assess, but he should serve as a nice SP3 at his current ADP.

25.
Joe Musgrove
SD
Joe Musgrove dealt with an injuryplagued 2023, where he started only 17 games for the underperforming Padres. He pitched 97 1/3 innings and struck out 97 batters with a 3.05 ERA and 1.14 WHIP. The 31yearold pitcher remains in the 90th percentile in BB% at 5.3, but his K% has decreased in each year since 2020. If he stays healthy, he profiles as a decent SP3 for 2024, but be prepared for an uptick in his ERA.

26.
Cole Ragans
KC
Cole Ragans arrived on the scene in 2023 and has quickly risen to the top of the Darlings of Fantasy Baseball. It's not hard to see why. In 96 innings, the 26yearold struck out 113 batters while maintaining a stellar 3.47 ERA and 1.16 WHIP. His fastball touches 96, but his changeup that induced a 35.6 Whiff% is the pitch that made him rise up draft boards this season. Projections have his ERA landing closer to 4.00 and his K% dropping a few points to the 25 range. (This is still solid.) As with every hot name in draft season, balancing value with excitement is essential. His current ADP of 101 feels right, considering we're not sure what we'll get from an entire season.

27.
Dylan Cease
SD
Dylan Cease had the letdown in 2023 that many fantasy experts predicted. After being the Cy Young Award runnerup in 2022, the 28yearold returned and threw 177 innings with an ERA of 4.58 and an ugly 1.42 WHIP. Sure, Cease was snakebit by an unsustainably high BABIP (.330) and a terrible defensive squad behind him (27th in fielding runs above average at 64). He is an intriguing bounceback candidate with an xERA of 4.07 and xFIP of 4.08, but fantasy managers must note that none of his metrics suggest the 2022 version is ever coming back. Cease is best as an SP3/4 on fantasy squads.

28.
Tanner Bibee
CLE
Tanner Bibee arrived in the majors in 2023 and produced an impressive 2.98 ERA with a promising 3.13 K/BB rate. There is a lot to like about Bibee, though it would be prudent to expect an uptick in ERA (FIP of 3.52, xFIP of 4.22) in 2024. One of the best things about him is that his ADP is in the SP "dead zone" around 107. He can serve as an SP3, though he's probably better considered an SP4 heading into drafts.

29.
Sonny Gray
STL
Sonny Gray had a superb year in Minnesota in 2023. He threw 184 innings, striking out 183 batters and maintaining a 2.79 ERA and 1.15 WHIP. He also allowed only eight home runs the entire season. Gray now returns to the NL with the Cardinals; Busch Stadium is even better than Target Field when it comes to Park Factors favoring pitchers. While his K% isn't elite, he is a solid contributor to fantasy squads as an SP3 in 2024.

30.
Chris Bassitt
TOR

31.
Chris Sale
ATL

32.
Shane Bieber
FA

33.
Bailey Ober
MIN

34.
Michael King
SD

35.
Hunter Greene
CIN

36.
Merrill Kelly
ARI

37.
Carlos Rodon
NYY

38.
Jose Berrios
TOR

39.
Jordan Montgomery
ARI

40.
Yu Darvish
SD

41.
Hunter Brown
HOU

42.
Justin Verlander
FA
Justin Verlander finally began to show his age in 2023. While his ERA was 3.22, his xERA was 3.69, and his xFIP was 4.56 across 162 1/3 innings. His K% fell to 21.5, and his BB% jumped up 6.7. His SIERA was the highest it has been since 2008, and it's also noteworthy to realize that 2008 was 16 years ago. Verlander is a namebrand pitcher, but his ADP of 120.4 is more nostalgia than skill at this point.

43.
Mitch Keller
PIT

44.
Cristian Javier
HOU

45.
Gerrit Cole
NYY
Until we know about Gerrit Cole's elbow injury, it is difficult to know how early it is worth the risk to draft him. Cole made 33 starts last season, totaling 209.0 innings pitched and struck out 222 batters. However, his K/9 of 9.56 was the lowest in the last five seasons. He remained an elite ace, allowing 157 hits and 48 walks, with a home run total of 20, reflecting his ability to limit long balls, a critical factor in his success. The Yankees are giving us nothing to go on regarding how much time their ace is going to miss, leaving it up to fantasy managers to determine what their risk tolerance is. My personal tolerance stops at "pitcher with elbow issues." Proceed with caution.

46.
Bryce Miller
SEA

47.
Shota Imanaga
CHC

48.
Walker Buehler
FA
Walker Buehler missed all of the 2023 following Tommy John surgery. He is a question mark heading into 2024. In 2021, he looked like the dominant pitcher everyone expected him to be, only to crater in 2022 with the injury. The argument for drafting Buehler as an SP3 is that he pitches for the Dodgers (stadium + team = good things) and becomes a free agent after the season. Many pitchers experience a "honeymoon" period following TJ surgery, and it could be a savvy move to grab him in the midrounds. The knock against him is that he will turn 30 in July, and his track record has been anything but consistent. It is a dice roll that can pay off for the right price.

49.
Eury Perez
MIA
Eury Perez started 19 games for the Marlins and gave every fantasy manager a glimpse of how incredible he could be. He struck out 108 in 91 1/3 innings with a 3.15 ERA and 1.13. His fastball velocity sits in the 94th percentile at 97.5, and he had a 33.7 Whiff%. Batters had a difficult time with his breaking stuff, but they touched up his fourseamer more than ideal. Expect Perez's ERA to jump a notch into the 3.80 to 4.00 range, but he should continue striking out 10 per nine. Hopefully, the 20yearold can limit the hard contact and home runs in 2024, but he is definitely in SP2 territory.

50.
Nathan Eovaldi
TEX

51.
Nick Pivetta
FA

52.
Aaron Civale
MIL

53.
Brandon Pfaadt
ARI

54.
Kodai Senga
NYM
In his first season in MLB, Kodai Senga struck out 202 batters in 166 1/3 innings. He had an impressive 29.1 K% and 2.98 ERA. However, his xERA was almost an entire run higher (3.87), and his BB% was a disappointing 11.1. Fantasy managers should expect more of the same in 2024. He will strike out around 10 per nine, but walks and home runs will remain problematic. Senga falls right in that earlymiddle rounds window, where he is much more appealing as long as you have already grabbed your SP1.

55.
Triston McKenzie
CLE

56.
Gavin Williams
CLE

57.
Charlie Morton
FA

58.
Ryan Pepiot
TB

59.
Eduardo Rodriguez
ARI

60.
Brayan Bello
BOS

61.
Nestor Cortes Jr.
NYY

62.
Braxton Garrett
MIA

63.
Bryan Woo
SEA

64.
Cristopher Sanchez
PHI

65.
Nick Lodolo
CIN

66.
Reid Detmers
LAA

67.
Kenta Maeda
DET

68.
Kutter Crawford
BOS

69.
Kyle Harrison
SF

70.
Marcus Stroman
NYY

71.
Yusei Kikuchi
FA

72.
Kyle Bradish
BAL
**The Orioles announced on February 15 that Bradish will open the season on the IL with a UCL sprain** Kyle Bradish had an excellent 2023 campaign. He struck out 168 batters in 168 2/3 innings, with a beautiful 2.83 ERA and 1.04 WHIP. He should come with a bit of a warning for 2024, though. His xERA was 3.82, and a low .270 BABIP added a heavy filter to his Instaworthy stats. Bradish's fourseam fastball got lit up by batters (.563 SLG), and he will need that to improve to accompany his elite slider, which induced a 36.4 Whiff%. With the injury, fantasy managers in redraft leagues should avoid the 27yearold, only taking him as a flier in the late rounds.

73.
Andrew Abbott
CIN

74.
Luis Severino
FA

75.
Shane Baz
TB

76.
Mason Miller
OAK

77.
Griffin Canning
ATL

78.
MacKenzie Gore
WSH

79.
Seth Lugo
KC

80.
Lance Lynn
STL

81.
Reese Olson
DET

82.
Jon Gray
TEX

83.
Michael Wacha
KC

84.
Max Scherzer
FA

85.
Taj Bradley
TB

86.
Louie Varland
MIN

87.
Emmet Sheehan
LAD

88.
Edward Cabrera
MIA

89.
Dean Kremer
BAL

90.
John Means
FA

91.
James Paxton
FA

92.
Logan Allen
CLE

93.
Ranger Suarez
PHI

94.
Tyler Wells
BAL

95.
Trevor Rogers
BAL

96.
Clarke Schmidt
NYY

97.
Sean Manaea
NYM

98.
Jameson Taillon
CHC

99.
Andrew Heaney
FA

100.
Garrett Whitlock
BOS

101.
Patrick Sandoval
LAA

102.
Dane Dunning
TEX

103.
Clayton Kershaw
LAD

104.
Miles Mikolas
STL

105.
Chase Silseth
LAA

106.
Steven Matz
STL

107.
Josiah Gray
WSH

108.
Jack Flaherty
FA

109.
Jose Quintana
FA

110.
Ricky Tiedemann
TOR

111.
Paul Skenes
PIT

112.
JP Sears
OAK

113.
Alek Manoah
TOR

114.
Taijuan Walker
PHI

115.
Gavin Stone
LAD

116.
Graham Ashcraft
CIN

117.
Chris Paddack
MIN

118.
Frankie Montas
MIL

119.
Bryce Elder
ATL

120.
Tanner Houck
BOS

121.
Zack Littell
TB

122.
Sawyer GipsonLong
DET

123.
Erick Fedde
STL

124.
Michael Kopech
LAD

125.
Jose Urquidy
HOU

126.
Alex Cobb
FA

127.
Brady Singer
KC

128.
Kyle Hendricks
FA

129.
Casey Mize
DET

130.
Kyle Gibson
STL

131.
Max Meyer
MIA

132.
Tylor Megill
NYM

133.
J.P. France
HOU

134.
Lucas Giolito
BOS

135.
Jacob deGrom
TEX

136.
Jared Jones
PIT

137.
Joe Boyle
OAK

138.
Jordan Hicks
SF

139.
Aaron Ashby
MIL

140.
AJ SmithShawver
ATL

141.
DL Hall
MIL

142.
Jordan Wicks
CHC

143.
Luis Gil
NYY

144.
Keaton Winn
SF

145.
Michael Soroka
FA

146.
Matt Manning
DET

147.
Nick Martinez
FA

148.
Ross Stripling
FA

149.
Mike Clevinger
FA

150.
Michael Lorenzen
FA

151.
John Brebbia
FA

152.
Matt Strahm
PHI

153.
Alex Wood
FA

154.
Cade Horton
CHC

155.
Jhony Brito
SD

156.
Wade Miley
MIL

157.
Ryne Nelson
ARI

158.
Robbie Ray
SF

159.
Javier Assad
CHC

160.
Adrian Houser
FA

161.
Cole Irvin
FA

162.
Robert Gasser
MIL

163.
Tyler Anderson
LAA

164.
Ryan Weathers
MIA

165.
Drew Thorpe
CWS

166.
Hayden Wesneski
CHC

167.
Anthony DeSclafani
FA

168.
Paul Blackburn
NYM

169.
Jeffrey Springs
TB

170.
Martin Perez
FA

171.
Reynaldo Lopez
ATL

172.
Domingo German
FA

173.
Lance McCullers Jr.
HOU

174.
Colin Rea
MIL

175.
Emerson Hancock
SEA

176.
David Peterson
NYM

177.
Brandon Woodruff
MIL

178.
Trevor Bauer
FA

179.
Jakob Junis
FA

180.
Carlos Carrasco
FA

181.
Randy Vasquez
SD

182.
Luis Medina
OAK

183.
Cal Quantrill
COL

184.
Sixto Sanchez
MIA

185.
Patrick Corbin
FA

186.
Marco Gonzales
PIT

187.
Jake Irvin
WSH

188.
Jackson Jobe
DET

189.
Connor Phillips
CIN

190.
Roansy Contreras
TEX

191.
Joe Ross
FA

192.
Will Warren
NYY

193.
Yariel Rodriguez
TOR

194.
Dustin May
LAD

195.
Drew Rasmussen
TB

196.
Shane McClanahan
TB

197.
Tyler Mahle
TEX

198.
Matthew Liberatore
STL

199.
Matt Waldron
SD

200.
Zack Thompson
STL

201.
Daniel Hudson
FA

202.
Luis Garcia
HOU

203.
Mason Black
SF

204.
Brandon Williamson
CIN

205.
Ben Brown
CHC

206.
Drew Smyly
CHC

207.
Hyun Jin Ryu
FA

208.
Kyle Freeland
COL

209.
Prelander Berroa
CWS

210.
Spencer Turnbull
FA

211.
Chris Flexen
FA

212.
Ronel Blanco
HOU

213.
Hurston Waldrep
ATL

214.
Bailey Falter
PIT

215.
Michael Grove
LAD

216.
Logan Allen
ARI

217.
Julio Urias
FA

218.
Ryan Yarbrough
FA

219.
Jordan Lyles
FA

220.
Jacob Misiorowski
MIL

221.
Alec Marsh
KC

222.
Cade Cavalli
WSH

223.
Ken Waldichuk
OAK

224.
Caleb Ferguson
FA

225.
Robby Snelling
MIA

226.
Luis L. Ortiz
PIT

227.
Christian Scott
NYM

228.
Zack Greinke
FA

229.
Austin Gomber
COL

230.
Ryan Walker
SF

231.
Nick Nastrini
CWS

232.
Johan Oviedo
PIT

233.
Quinn Priester
BOS

234.
Daniel Lynch
KC

235.
Touki Toussaint
FA

236.
Cody Bradford
TEX

237.
Eric Lauer
FA

238.
Trevor Williams
FA

239.
Ty Madden
DET

240.
Alex Faedo
DET

241.
Pedro Avila
CLE

242.
Kyle Hurt
LAD

243.
Shawn Armstrong
FA

244.
Ryan Feltner
COL

245.
Mitch Spence
OAK

246.
Xzavion Curry
MIA

247.
Rich Hill
FA

248.
A.J. Griffin
FA

249.
Andrew Painter
PHI

250.
Johnny Cueto
FA

251.
Carlos Rodriguez
MIL

252.
Clayton Beeter
NYY

253.
Carson Whisenhunt
SF

254.
Dakota Hudson
FA

255.
Simeon Woods Richardson
MIN

256.
Joey Lucchesi
NYM

257.
Joey Cantillo
CLE

258.
Rhett Lowder
CIN

259.
Tekoah Roby
STL

260.
Tommy Henry
ARI

261.
Landen Roupp
SF

262.
Mick Abel
PHI

263.
Zach Davies
FA

264.
Jake Eder
CWS

265.
Brennan Bernardino
BOS

266.
Huascar Ynoa
ATL

267.
Jared Shuster
CWS

268.
David Festa
MIN

269.
Noah Syndergaard
FA

270.
Mason Montgomery
TB

271.
Allan Winans
ATL

272.
Jack Leiter
TEX

273.
Cade Smith
CLE

274.
Scott Alexander
FA

275.
Jacob Lopez
TB

276.
Corey Kluber
FA

277.
Isaac Coffey
BOS

278.
Chayce McDermott
BAL

279.
Jake Odorizzi
FA

280.
Wikelman Gonzalez
BOS

281.
Zach Plesac
FA

282.
Albert Suarez
BAL

283.
Wilmer Flores
DET

284.
JT Chargois
SEA

285.
Vince Velasquez
FA

286.
Cade Povich
BAL

287.
Peter Lambert
FA

288.
Chase Hampton
NYY

289.
Drew Rucinski
FA

290.
Will Dion
CLE

291.
Jose Suarez
LAA

292.
Davis Daniel
LAA

293.
Osvaldo Bido
OAK

294.
Kenny Rosenberg
LAA

295.
Mike Vasil
NYM

296.
Matt Wisler
FA

297.
Matt Bush
FA

298.
Dylan Dodd
ATL

299.
Julio Teheran
FA

300.
Slade Cecconi
ARI

301.
Jose Butto
NYM

302.
Jackson Rutledge
WSH

303.
Shintaro Fujinami
FA

304.
Matthew Boyd
FA

305.
Shawn Dubin
HOU

306.
Austin Pruitt
OAK

307.
JT Brubaker
NYY

308.
Daulton Jefferies
PIT

309.
Chase Petty
CIN

310.
Ian Anderson
ATL

311.
Owen White
TEX

312.
German Marquez
COL

313.
Darius Vines
ATL

314.
Dallas Keuchel
FA

315.
Cristian Mena
ARI

316.
Brad Keller
FA

317.
Kris Bubic
KC

318.
Luke Weaver
NYY

319.
Kyle Muller
OAK

320.
Justin Dunn
FA

321.
Keider Montero
DET

322.
Asa Lacy
KC

323.
Spencer Arrighetti
HOU

324.
Brandon Bielak
FA

325.
Noah Davis
COL

326.
Gordon Graceffo
STL

327.
Jay Groome
SD

328.
Jacob Latz
TEX

329.
Daniel Espino
CLE

330.
Joey Wentz
PIT

331.
Landon Knack
LAD

332.
Connor Cooke
TOR

333.
Jairo Iriarte
CWS

334.
Nick Frasso
LAD

335.
Tejay Antone
CIN

336.
Carlos Hernandez
KC

337.
Colton Gordon
HOU

338.
KaiWei Teng
SF

339.
Joey Estes
OAK

340.
Brendan McKay
TB

341.
Hayden Juenger
TOR

342.
Brady Basso
OAK

343.
River Ryan
LAD

344.
Naoyuki Uwasawa
BOS

345.
Caleb Kilian
CHC

346.
Chandler Champlain
KC

347.
Jayden Murray
HOU

348.
Elieser Hernandez
FA

349.
Jackson Wolf
SD

350.
Bubba Chandler
PIT

351.
Wes Parsons
FA

352.
Royber Salinas
ATL

353.
Jalen Beeks
FA

354.
Freddy Tarnok
PHI

355.
Tyler Phillips
PHI

356.
Jack Leftwich
CLE

357.
Matt Sauer
NYY

358.
Ben Lively
CLE

359.
Anthony Solometo
PIT

360.
Max Kranick
NYM

361.
Cooper Criswell
BOS

362.
Colby White
NYY

363.
Bryan Hoeing
SD

364.
Packy Naughton
STL

365.
Yonny Chirinos
FA

366.
Dominic Hamel
NYM

367.
James Kaprielian
TOR

368.
Zak Kent
CLE

369.
Yoendrys Gomez
NYY

370.
Braxton Ashcraft
PIT

371.
Josh Fleming
SEA

372.
Joan Adon
WSH

373.
Michael Plassmeyer
PIT

374.
Jesse Scholtens
CWS

375.
Bryan Mata
BOS

376.
Chase Anderson
FA

377.
Michael Mercado
PHI

378.
David Parkinson
PHI

379.
Alex Reyes
FA

380.
Shane Drohan
BOS

381.
Richard Fitts
BOS

382.
Braydon Fisher
TOR

383.
Derek Law
WSH

384.
Adam Kloffenstein
STL

385.
Zach McCambley
MIA

386.
Dylan Bundy
FA

387.
Chad Dallas
TOR

388.
Blayne Enlow
SF

389.
Jaime Barria
FA

390.
Austin Cox
KC

391.
Jaden Hill
COL

392.
Chris Rodriguez
ARI

393.
Spencer Howard
SF

394.
Darren McCaughan
MIA

395.
Misael Tamarez
HOU

396.
Matt Canterino
MIN

397.
Grant Holmes
ATL

398.
DJ Herz
WSH

399.
Wily Peralta
FA

400.
Adrian Sampson
TEX

401.
Ryan Bergert
SD

402.
Jesse Hahn
SEA

403.
Andre Jackson
FA

404.
Davis Martin
CWS

405.
Yosver Zulueta
CIN

406.
Jonathan Holder
TEX

407.
Emiliano Teodo
TEX

408.
Michael McGreevy
STL

409.
Jhonathan Diaz
SEA

410.
Rony Garcia
FA

411.
Carson Seymour
SF

412.
Ricky Vanasco
DET

413.
Roddery Munoz
STL

414.
Tim Cate
WSH

415.
Drew Hutchison
FA

416.
Adam Wainwright
FA

417.
Patrick Monteverde
MIA

418.
Noah Skirrow
PHI

419.
Justin Armbruester
BAL

420.
Antoine Kelly
COL

421.
Tanner Burns
CLE

422.
Jonathan Cannon
CWS

423.
Josh James
FA

424.
Trevor Kelley
SEA

425.
Forrest Whitley
HOU

426.
Logan Gragg
STL

427.
Danny Duffy
FA

428.
Victor Mederos
LAA

429.
Ryan Jensen
MIN

430.
Blake Walston
ARI

431.
Luis Cessa
KC

432.
David Buchanan
CIN

433.
Kevin Kopps
SD

434.
Christian Roa
MIA

435.
Kolby Allard
PHI

436.
Kade McClure
PIT

437.
Sem Robberse
STL

438.
Randy Dobnak
MIN

439.
Carson Fulmer
FA

440.
Dinelson Lamet
WSH

441.
ChihJung Liu
BOS

442.
Colin Selby
BAL

443.
Jonathan Bowlan
KC

444.
Kyle Nicolas
PIT

445.
Corbin Martin
BAL

446.
Brett Kerry
LAA

447.
Mitchell Parker
WSH

448.
Devin Smeltzer
FA

449.
Luke Albright
ARI

450.
Stephen Kolek
SD

451.
Antonio Senzatela
COL

452.
Daniel Castano
FA

453.
Jeff Criswell
COL

454.
Cory Abbott
CWS

455.
Dakota Chalmers
FA

456.
Lyon Richardson
CIN

457.
Shane Greene
TEX

458.
Hogan Harris
OAK

459.
Randy Rodriguez
SF

460.
Peyton Battenfield
NYM

461.
Griff McGarry
PHI

462.
Janson Junk
OAK

463.
Spenser Watkins
WSH

464.
Anthony Veneziano
MIA

465.
Garrett Hill
DET

466.
Calvin Faucher
MIA

467.
Ryan Rolison
COL

468.
Nick Nelson
FA

469.
Drew Rom
STL

470.
Jake Woodford
FA

471.
Mike Mayers
FA

472.
Jimmy Nelson
FA

473.
Connor Overton
CIN

474.
Thomas Hatch
FA

475.
Hunter Gaddis
CLE

476.
Zach Logue
LAD

477.
Denyi Reyes
FA

478.
Paolo Espino
FA

479.
Taylor Hearn
FA

480.
Steven Cruz
KC

481.
Drew Anderson
DET

482.
Carson Spiers
CIN

483.
Levi Stoudt
BAL

484.
Chad Kuhl
FA

485.
Cole Winn
TEX

486.
Jose Urena
FA

487.
Madison Bumgarner
FA

488.
Vladimir Gutierrez
FA

489.
Anthony Molina
COL

490.
Adam Oller
MIA

491.
Karl Kauffmann
COL

492.
Tyler Beede
FA

493.
Ty Blach
FA

494.
Porter Hodge
CHC

495.
Mike Minor
FA
