Fantasy Baseball Player Notes

2019 Fantasy Baseball Rest of Season Notes
Aroldis Chapman photo 1. Aroldis Chapman NYY
Chapman may not be as dominant as he once was, but he still clearly belongs within the elite tier of fantasy closers. Once again, fantasy owners can expect 100 Ks to go with plenty of saves and solid ratios.
4 weeks ago
Kirby Yates photo 2. Kirby Yates SD
Yates is the latest of a long line of dominant closers for the Padres. He has been the single best fantasy closer through the first half thanks to loads of save opportunities to go with incredible ratios and that is all expected to continue.
4 weeks ago
Kenley Jansen photo 3. Kenley Jansen LAD
Jansen has been so good for so long that you might automatically assume him to be the top closer once again in 2019, but last year, he was nowhere close to it. Rather, his ERA plummeted to 3.01 with "just" 82 Ks. You can still grab him among the top tier, but you shouldn't even be considering taking him in the first five or six rounds.
20 weeks ago
Brad Hand photo 4. Brad Hand CLE
Cleveland struck gold in acquiring Brad Hand last year. He has been nothing but magic for them, continuing into this year when he struck out over 60 first half batters and already executed more than 25 saves.
4 weeks ago
Josh Hader photo 5. Josh Hader MIL
Hader has run into a bit of a cold spell in July but that is bound to happen to even the best relievers at one point or another. The fact of the matter is, he is on pace for 140 Ks again to go with 35+ saves and sparkling ratios.
4 weeks ago
Roberto Osuna photo 6. Roberto Osuna HOU
The change of scenery has proved useful for Osuna, who has done nothing but dominate since the deal to Houston. While he won't strike out 100 like some of the names above him, Osuna is a safe bet for 35 saves and excellent ratios.
4 weeks ago
Felipe Vazquez photo 7. Felipe Vazquez PIT
You may not expect the Pirates to be great, but Vasquez is durable and has no competition for saves. Lock him in for 85 Ks, stellar ratios and enough save opportunities to warrant being selected as one of the top 10 closers in 2019.
20 weeks ago
Sean Doolittle photo 8. Sean Doolittle WSH
Doolittle is no longer a world beater for the Nationals or fantasy owners, but they can't complain about 48 first half Ks, nor the respectable ratios he continues to put up each and every month.
4 weeks ago
Edwin Diaz photo 9. Edwin Diaz NYM
Diaz went from hero to zero in a short time. Granted, he still has 59 first half Ks but with an ERA above 5.00, many owners are wondering what they should do with Diaz. Keep him as long as he has the job but hoping for a turnaround may be too much to ask for.
4 weeks ago
Craig Kimbrel photo 10. Craig Kimbrel CHC
Cubs fans have certainly hoped for more than Kimbrel has given them since the signing, but that should turn around quickly now that his version of Spring Training is officially up. Fantasy owners can expect a second tier closer over the second half.
4 weeks ago
Will Smith photo 11. Will Smith SF
Smith has been lights out for the Giants with 61 first-half Ks and a WHIP below 1.00. So long as he remains the closer, he will be an excellent fantasy option, but it seems likely San Francisco will deal him before long.
4 weeks ago
Ken Giles photo 12. Ken Giles TOR
The Blue Jays' closer role is not as coveted as some others, but Giles has certainly made the most of it with 57 first half Ks, an ERA below 2.00 and a WHIP south of 1.10. He isn't quite a top tier closer, but is close.
4 weeks ago
Raisel Iglesias photo 13. Raisel Iglesias CIN
Iglesias hasn't racked up as many saves as fantasy owners had hoped for, nor are his ratios what you'd have expected, but he did have 50 first half Ks and is a strong bet to bounceback in the second half.
4 weeks ago
Alex Colome photo 14. Alex Colome CWS
Colome again has strong ratios with a WHIP now sitting at 0.80 but his 30 Ks through 39 first half innings is certainly nothing to write home about. Fantasy owners have a good one for sure, but he isn't in the elite conversation.
4 weeks ago
Hector Neris photo 15. Hector Neris PHI
Neris has had a rough month for the Phillies but he is still closing games and overall, has a solid first half line with over 50 Ks and a WHIP south of 1.20. He should be rostered in every league.
4 weeks ago
Jose Leclerc photo 16. Jose Leclerc TEX
It seemed like only a matter of time before the Rangers would turn back to Leclerc who has been excellent since removed from the closer role. It may happen due to performance or perhaps if Kelley's MRI doesn't show up as they'd hope. When it does, Leclerc may be a top 10 closer.
4 weeks ago
Shane Greene photo 17. Shane Greene ATL
Greene is this year's version of Blake Treinen, posting absurd ratios while executing every save in sight. It may not keep up at quite this rate, but you can be sure he'll fall into the top 10 closers through the first half.
4 weeks ago
Liam Hendriks photo 18. Liam Hendriks OAK
As incredible as Hendricks has been with his 1.15 ERA and 1.01 WHIP to go with 69 Ks in 55 innings, he happens to share a roster with Blake Treinen, who may not be as great this season, but was the best closer in baseball last year. You can use Hendricks without a doubt, but know saves aren't going to be a big part of the equation.
4 weeks ago
Hansel Robles photo 19. Hansel Robles LAA
Robles has been an excellent reliever for the surprise Angels, entering the second half with 46 Ks, a 2.56 ERA and a WHIP below 1.10. While that may not quite keep up, he is a strong bet to help fantasy owners in the second half.
4 weeks ago
Blake Treinen photo 20. Blake Treinen OAK
Treinen has been a major disappointment for the A's with a WHIP now above 1.60 and while he is still considered the closer, that may quickly change if the struggles continue since Liam Hendriks is pitching out of his mind.
4 weeks ago
Taylor Rogers photo 21. Taylor Rogers MIN
The Twins entered the season with a three-headed-monster at the back end of their bullpen and it was Rogers who emerged as the clear closer thanks to 57 first half Ks to go with a sub 2 ERA and sub 1 WHIP.
4 weeks ago
Wade Davis photo 22. Wade Davis COL
Davis has had ups and downs in his career but it has never been as rough as this year's 6 ERA and 1.70 WHIP. Assuming this continues, he may soon be replaced by Scott Oberg as the closer.
4 weeks ago
Mychal Givens photo 23. Mychal Givens BAL
While technically the closer, Givens hasn't had enough save opportunities to warrant putting up with his lackluster ratios. That may change in the second half but for now, you'd be better off rostering a setup man like Brandon Workman.
4 weeks ago
Domingo German photo 24. Domingo German NYY
German started the season positively on fire and while he has slowed down a bit, he is still leading the American League in wins and is a near lock to finish the season as a top 25 fantasy starter.
4 weeks ago
Archie Bradley photo 25. Archie Bradley ARI
Bradley isn't a 90 strikeout guy, nor should we expect an ERA south of 2.00, but he is the heavy favorite to get saves in Arizona, which certainly counts for something. Granted, they won't win 80 games, but even 35 saves is plenty to warrant a late-round pick.
20 weeks ago
Emilio Pagan photo 26. Emilio Pagan TB
With Alvarado and Castillo both ahead of Pagan to begin the season, it seemed unlikely he would become a dominant closer, but here we are with him entering the second half with a sub 0.90 WHIP and 54 Ks in just 39 innings. He is the real deal.
4 weeks ago
Carlos Martinez photo 27. Carlos Martinez STL
Martinez has performed well as the Cardinals closer and if that were expected to continue, he'd be a lock for the top 15 relievers, but it seems as though they might dangle him at the deadline and who knows what his role would be in a new situation.
4 weeks ago
Ryan Pressly photo 28. Ryan Pressly HOU
Pressly is one of the best relievers in baseball, but unfortunately that doesn't add up to enough fantasy production to reach the top 20, as saves are crucial. Still, should anything happen to Osuna, he would become an immediate top 5 closer.
4 weeks ago
Luke Jackson photo 29. Luke Jackson ATL
Jackson is on pace for well over 100 Ks this season and while his WHIP isn't great, he is racking up saves for a playoff contender and has virtually no competition for the job so fantasy owners can continue to rely on him.
4 weeks ago
Matt Barnes photo 30. Matt Barnes BOS
Barnes is no longer the closer with Eovaldi back off the IL, and his ratios won't be ideal, but fantasy owners can bet on another 50+ second half Ks while rostering him as a fallback saves option should Eovaldi hit the IL again.
4 weeks ago
Brandon Workman photo 31. Brandon Workman BOS
Workman has been terrific with 60 first-half Ks and incredible ratios. If you could add 20 saves to that, he would be elite, the Red Sox are insistent on keeping him in his current role while making Eovaldi the closer.
4 weeks ago
Greg Holland photo 32. Greg Holland WSH
Holland had some struggles early on in St. Louis last year but has since then been lights out. He carries a 3.09 ERA with a 1.16 WHIP into the second half, and while be will never approach 100 Ks, he still strikes out 10 batters per nine.
4 weeks ago
Jose Alvarado photo 33. Jose Alvarado TB
With a full season as the Rays' closer, Alvarado could end up one of the top 10 closers in baseball. There is some more risk with him than the guys who have done it for years, but we could be looking at 90 Ks with excellent ratios and 35 saves which makes him a total steal late in drafts.
20 weeks ago
Andrew Miller photo 34. Andrew Miller STL
Carlos Martinez is now filling in for Jordan Hicks, but there are rumors that St. Louis is shopping him. If that were to happen, they may go with Gant or perhaps the lefty, Miller, who is back to cruising for the Cardinals.
4 weeks ago
Max Fried photo 35. Max Fried ATL
Fried entered the second half on the IL but when he returns, fantasy owners have a solid fifth starting pitcher who will pick up wins, strike out a handful of batters most start and won't kill your ratios at all.
4 weeks ago
Sergio Romo photo 36. Sergio Romo MIN
Although he isn't the most exciting closer, Romo does, in fact, get the save opportunities for his team and isn't exactly struggling in the ratios. He won't strikeout even 60 batters this season but you can't find better on waivers.
4 weeks ago
Pedro Strop photo 37. Pedro Strop CHC
Brandon Morrow is technically the Cubs' closer, but it seems as though he will miss at least a month to open the season. Strop was named the replacement but hasn't been great thus far so let's see if he can straighten himself out before Morrow tries to take the job back.
19 weeks ago
Ty Buttrey photo 38. Ty Buttrey LAA
Scott Oberg photo 39. Scott Oberg COL
The Rockies may turn away from the struggling Wade Davis and turn to this season's version of Adam Ottavino, Oberg, who has been extraordinary. He carries a sub 2 ERA and sub 1 WHIP with 50 Ks at the break.
4 weeks ago
Blake Parker photo 40. Blake Parker PHI
After Parker signed with the Twins, many assumed he will be the closer, but it seems as though Trevor May is the favorite. In fact, Parker is likely the third-best reliever in this bullpen behind May and Rogers so beware on draft day.
20 weeks ago
Diego Castillo photo 41. Diego Castillo TB
If you play in a deeper league, Castillo can be a ratio master that racks up plenty of saves, or better yet, if you employ the Marmol Strategy, Castillo qualifies as a starting pitcher so you can plug him on days where you don't have enough starters going.
20 weeks ago
Adam Ottavino photo 42. Adam Ottavino NYY
As expected, Ottavino has been sensational outside of Coors Field. Even with Yankee Stadium being a hitter's haven, Ottavino carries a sub-two ERA with 61 Ks in 43 innings. Don't expect saves in this crowded pen though.
4 weeks ago
Mark Melancon photo 43. Mark Melancon ATL
Will Smith is the closer for now in San Francisco but he hasn't been all that durable, plus he may be on the trade market before long as a coveted lefty setup man. Don't sleep on Melancon getting saves again within a few months.
20 weeks ago
Joe Jimenez photo 44. Joe Jimenez DET
Most depth charts have Shane Greene slotted into the closer role for Detroit but this job is up in the air. Jimenez was an all-star last season, and while he pitched poorly down the stretch, don't sleep on him winning the job this spring.
20 weeks ago
Jeremy Jeffress photo 45. Jeremy Jeffress MIL
Josh Hader is the current closer in Milwaukee with Knebel out for the season but once Jeffress returns from the IL, that may quickly change. Jeffress is only owned in about 20% of leagues and should be among the top pickups with this potential outcome on the horizon.
19 weeks ago
Ian Kennedy photo 46. Ian Kennedy KC
Yonny Chirinos photo 47. Yonny Chirinos TB
Chirinos may not have the most impressive underlying metrics, but he just keeps getting it done from a ratio standpoint and as expected, the wins have followed. Don't expect 200 Ks or anywhere close, but he is a plenty useful piece for your rotation.
4 weeks ago
Ross Stripling photo 48. Ross Stripling LAD
While not as terrific as last year, Stripling hasn't disappointed by any measure other than the fact that the Dodgers' insane rotational depth hasn't allowed for enough innings. While he starts, however, Stripling is well worth owning.
4 weeks ago
Zack Britton photo 49. Zack Britton NYY
Not only is Aroldis Chapman ahead of Britton in New York, but they also have Betances and Chad Green roaming around the pen. Chances are that Britton would get the first crack at saves if Aroldis went down, but it's no guarantee.
4 weeks ago
Shawn Kelley photo 50. Shawn Kelley TEX
Kelley is technically the closer for Texas and hasn't done all that bad, but with Jose Leclerc right behind him, there is no guarantee Kelley will have the job next week, let alone for the rest of the season.
4 weeks ago
Roenis Elias photo 51. Roenis Elias WSH
Elias is having a rough go with an ERA north of 5, but he is the closer for Seattle and should get another 15 to even 25 save opportunities over the second half. That may be reason enough to put up with the lousy ratios.
4 weeks ago
Brandon Woodruff photo 52. Brandon Woodruff MIL
Woodruff has been insane, striking out 133 first half batters to go with a 1.13 WHIP. You can look past that 3.53 ERA as the underlying metrics suggest it will come down in the second half, giving fantasy owners a total stud.
4 weeks ago
Ryan Brasier photo 53. Ryan Brasier BOS
There was speculation that Brasier might take the Red Sox open closer role, but he was passed over for Matt Barnes. While there is a chance that doesn't last all season, you can safely drop Braiser for now.
19 weeks ago
A.J. Minter photo 54. A.J. Minter ATL
Minter was supposed to be in the heat of the competition for saves in Atlanta, and while that may happen down the road, an injury setback for him has handed the job over to Vizcaino. Unless you play in a deeper league, this should make Minter undraftable, but worth keeping an eye on in free agency.
20 weeks ago
Hunter Strickland photo 55. Hunter Strickland WSH
Strickland opened the year as the Mariners' closer but is now on the 60 day DL and isn't even guaranteed the job when or if he returns. There is no need to waste an IL spot on him for your fantasy roster.
19 weeks ago
Trevor May photo 56. Trevor May MIN
May did not win the closer job in Minnesota. While he may get a few saves here and there, Rocco Baldelli is employing a true closer by committee approach. May can be used as a Josh Hader-lite, but otherwise is droppable.
19 weeks ago
Tyler Glasnow photo 57. Tyler Glasnow TB
The Rays were already taking their time with Glasnow then he had a setback so his return is still up in the air. It could happen in August, or perhaps he will be shut down for the season. You can't drop him yet just in case, however, as he would deliver top 15 SP numbers the moment he returns.
4 weeks ago
Kelvin Herrera photo 58. Kelvin Herrera CWS
Herrera was presumably signed to close for the White Sox, but they also added Alex Colome who has closing experience. This one is too close to call for now so you may want to add both in a late round just to make sure you get some saves.
20 weeks ago
Dellin Betances photo 59. Dellin Betances NYY
Betances is merely a closer in waiting, but besides Josh Hader, the best in the game. He is a sure bet for 90+ Ks, with upside ranging to nearly 130. Likewise, his ratios will be terrific each year and you can even rely on a handful of wins and saves too.
20 weeks ago
Anthony Swarzak photo 60. Anthony Swarzak ATL
David Robertson photo 61. David Robertson PHI
It was easy to forget how great Robertson is since he only managed 19 saves over the past two seasons. He has racked up 88 Ks per season and excellent ratios over the last 8 years, however. With plenty of save opportunities in store, we could see him return to being a top 10 closer this year.
20 weeks ago
Brad Peacock photo 63. Brad Peacock HOU
When Peacock returns to health, he is expected to be tossed back into the rotation even with rumors that Houston may acquire another arm. As long as Peacock continues starting, he will prove well worth a fantasy roster spot.
4 weeks ago
Cody Allen photo 67. Cody Allen FA
It seemed as though Ty Buttrey, Bedrosian and Anderson were going to compete for saves in LA, but then they signed Allen who figures to get the job. Don't be surprised if he losses the gig early, however, if he struggles like we saw last season. Don't consider him a lock for 25 saves again.
20 weeks ago
John Gant photo 68. John Gant STL
Gant has been nothing but sensational for the Cardinals this year. He won't strike everyone out, but he is racking up wins while improving fantasy team ratios and may even have an outside chance at saves if Carlos Martinez is dealt.
4 weeks ago
Chad Green photo 69. Chad Green NYY
Green wasn't as electric in 2018 as the year before, but he still registered 94 strikeouts with excellent ratios and 8 wins. He isn't the closer, nor does he have a path to saves, but you can certainly make a case for drafting him even in standard sized leagues.
20 weeks ago
Brandon Morrow photo 70. Brandon Morrow CHC
It sounds as though Morrow is going to miss the start of the season. That could very well turn into multiple months as we've seen with "minor" pitching injuries many times before. It is a dangerous game to draft based on injury optimism, even if the closer does have considerable upside.
20 weeks ago
Anthony Bass photo 71. Anthony Bass SEA
Reyes Moronta photo 72. Reyes Moronta SF
Moronta is likely the future of the Giants' pen, but that doesn't mean he will get saves if and when they deal Will Smith. Tony Watson, Sam Dyson and even Mark Melancon may be given the job instead, but Moranta is worth keeping an eye on.
4 weeks ago
Jordan Hicks photo 73. Jordan Hicks STL
Hicks is the closer for St. Louis but with early struggles, it seems that he is on the hot seat, ready to be replaced by Alex Reyes or even John Brebbia. Keep an eye on this situation and scoop up his probable replacements if things go further south for Hicks.
19 weeks ago
Drew Steckenrider photo 74. Drew Steckenrider MIA
Steckenrider missed out on the Marlins' closer role, so while he may provide 90 strikeouts, there is no point in owning him if you play in a standard-sized mixed league.
19 weeks ago
Wily Peralta photo 75. Wily Peralta KC
Lou Trivino photo 76. Lou Trivino OAK
Matt Strahm photo 77. Matt Strahm SD
Strahm has shown enough promise that we can keep an eye on him in the second half, but more likely than not, he will only be an occasional streamer in home games against easy opponents.
4 weeks ago
Chris Martin photo 78. Chris Martin ATL
Brad Keller photo 79. Brad Keller KC
Steve Cishek photo 80. Steve Cishek CHC
Collin McHugh photo 81. Collin McHugh HOU
Jeurys Familia photo 82. Jeurys Familia NYM
The Mets added the best closer in baseball this off-season so Familia takes a step back, but if anything happens to Diaz, Familia is the clear closer-in-waiting and would be top 20 at the position right away.
20 weeks ago
Brad Boxberger photo 84. Brad Boxberger FA
Boxberger is expected to hold off Peralta for the Royals' closer job, and while it may not be the most envied role, he should still be able to compile 20 to 25 saves if he can hang onto the job. His ratios won't be ideal, but he does offer some K-upside as we've seen before.
20 weeks ago
Seth Lugo photo 85. Seth Lugo NYM
Sam Dyson photo 87. Sam Dyson MIN
It seemed inevitable that the Giants would ship off Will Smith, but they are just a few games out of the hunt so they'll have to fall apart the next few days in order for Dyson to have his shot as closing. If he does, he'll be worth a pick up.
4 weeks ago
Pablo Lopez photo 88. Pablo Lopez MIA
Keone Kela photo 89. Keone Kela PIT
Vasquez is the closer in Pittsburgh for now, but Kela has immense upside if he slips up or is injured so be sure to keep him on waiver wire speed dial.
20 weeks ago
Jalen Beeks photo 90. Jalen Beeks TB
Beeks isn't technically a starting pitcher, but he is racking up the innings and has plenty of Ks to go along with it. More importantly, his ratios are stellar and he'll pick up some wins to go with it all.
4 weeks ago
Derek Law photo 91. Derek Law TOR
Dakota Hudson photo 92. Dakota Hudson STL
Craig Stammen photo 93. Craig Stammen SD
Yoan Lopez photo 94. Yoan Lopez ARI
Amir Garrett photo 95. Amir Garrett CIN
Shawn Armstrong photo 96. Shawn Armstrong BAL
Corbin Burnes photo 97. Corbin Burnes MIL
Zach Eflin photo 98. Zach Eflin PHI
Jordan Lyles photo 99. Jordan Lyles MIL
Ryne Stanek photo 101. Ryne Stanek MIA
Jarlin Garcia photo 102. Jarlin Garcia MIA
Martin Perez photo 103. Martin Perez MIN
Adam Conley photo 104. Adam Conley MIA
Colin Poche photo 105. Colin Poche TB
Paul Fry photo 106. Paul Fry BAL
Carl Edwards Jr. photo 107. Carl Edwards Jr. SD
It seems as though Pedro Strop will be the closer to open the season and eventually Brandon Morrow will get the job back. There is a chance Edwards slips in as the closer, however, but he has plenty of upside regardless of saves.
20 weeks ago
Joe Kelly photo 108. Joe Kelly LAD
Mike Montgomery photo 109. Mike Montgomery KC
Tony Watson photo 110. Tony Watson SF
It is difficult to project whether the Giants would turn to Dyson, Watson or even Moronta would they trade Will Smith as originally imagined. That may not be a concern anymore, however, as they are just a few games out of the race and might hang onto Smith.
4 weeks ago
Tommy Kahnle photo 113. Tommy Kahnle NYY
Yusmeiro Petit photo 114. Yusmeiro Petit OAK
Joakim Soria photo 115. Joakim Soria OAK
Jared Hughes photo 116. Jared Hughes PHI
Justus Sheffield photo 117. Justus Sheffield SEA
Daniel Ponce de Leon photo 118. Daniel Ponce de Leon STL
It seems as though the Cardinals have made up their mind about keeping Ponce de Leon in the rotation. He won't strike out many hitters, but perhaps he can win a few games while not hurting your ratios. Don't sleep on him being dealt for a pitcher like Stroman, however.
4 weeks ago
Arodys Vizcaino photo 119. Arodys Vizcaino ATL
Reports were suggesting that Vizcaino was in a closer battle with A.J. Minter, but now that Minter is banged up, it seems as though Vizcaino will open the season as the closer for a playoff contending team. That should make him worthwhile to draft, but that doesn't exactly mean he will hang onto the job for long if he slips up.
20 weeks ago
A.J. Ramos photo 120. A.J. Ramos FA
Brandon Kintzler photo 121. Brandon Kintzler CHC
Marcus Walden photo 122. Marcus Walden BOS
Pat Neshek photo 123. Pat Neshek PHI
Chris Devenski photo 124. Chris Devenski HOU
Brad Brach photo 125. Brad Brach NYM
Nate Jones photo 126. Nate Jones TEX
Kyle Crick photo 127. Kyle Crick PIT
Nick Wittgren photo 128. Nick Wittgren CLE
Daniel Hudson photo 129. Daniel Hudson WSH
Luke Gregerson photo 130. Luke Gregerson STL
Carlos Martinez photo 131. Carlos Martinez MIA
Cam Bedrosian photo 132. Cam Bedrosian LAA
Richard Bleier photo 133. Richard Bleier BAL
Sam Gaviglio photo 134. Sam Gaviglio TOR
Heath Hembree photo 135. Heath Hembree BOS
Bud Norris photo 136. Bud Norris TOR
Fernando Rodney photo 137. Fernando Rodney WSH
Alex Claudio photo 138. Alex Claudio MIL
Chaz Roe photo 139. Chaz Roe TB
Luiz Gohara photo 140. Luiz Gohara FA
Wade LeBlanc photo 141. Wade LeBlanc SEA
Corbin Martin photo 142. Corbin Martin ARI
Adam Cimber photo 143. Adam Cimber CLE
Luis Cessa photo 144. Luis Cessa NYY
Aaron Bummer photo 145. Aaron Bummer CWS
Andres Munoz photo 146. Andres Munoz SD
Jake Diekman photo 147. Jake Diekman OAK
Scott Alexander photo 148. Scott Alexander LAD
Ray Black photo 149. Ray Black MIL
Addison Reed photo 150. Addison Reed FA
Brad Ziegler photo 151. Brad Ziegler FA
Tyler Thornburg photo 152. Tyler Thornburg FA
John Brebbia photo 153. John Brebbia STL
Jesse Chavez photo 154. Jesse Chavez TEX
Adrian Sampson photo 155. Adrian Sampson TEX
Dominic Leone photo 156. Dominic Leone STL
Victor Alcantara photo 157. Victor Alcantara DET
Trent Thornton photo 158. Trent Thornton TOR
Tanner Scott photo 159. Tanner Scott BAL
Fernando Romero photo 160. Fernando Romero MIN
Dan Altavilla photo 161. Dan Altavilla SEA
Tayron Guerrero photo 162. Tayron Guerrero MIA
Alec Mills photo 163. Alec Mills CHC
Ryan Tepera photo 164. Ryan Tepera TOR
Joe Biagini photo 165. Joe Biagini HOU
Jimmie Sherfy photo 167. Jimmie Sherfy ARI
Koda Glover photo 168. Koda Glover WSH
Keynan Middleton photo 169. Keynan Middleton LAA
Justin Anderson photo 170. Justin Anderson LAA
Victor Arano photo 171. Victor Arano PHI
Cionel Perez photo 172. Cionel Perez HOU
Junior Guerra photo 173. Junior Guerra MIL
Will Harris photo 174. Will Harris HOU
Robert Gsellman photo 175. Robert Gsellman NYM
David Hernandez photo 176. David Hernandez NYY
Hector Rondon photo 177. Hector Rondon HOU
Jace Fry photo 178. Jace Fry CWS
Taylor Cole photo 179. Taylor Cole LAA
Caleb Ferguson photo 180. Caleb Ferguson LAD
Pedro Baez photo 181. Pedro Baez LAD
Brett Anderson photo 182. Brett Anderson OAK
Tyler Clippard photo 183. Tyler Clippard CLE
Juan Nicasio photo 184. Juan Nicasio PHI
Ryan Buchter photo 185. Ryan Buchter OAK