Pre-Draft Player Rankings

1426 Bryan Anderson (FA - C)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
G AB R HR RBI SB AVG
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 2 3 0 0 0 0 .333
1427 Tony Sánchez (Atl - C)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
G AB R HR RBI SB AVG
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 14 42 2 1 6 0 .286
Outlook: The 2009 first-round pick was picked up by the Giants after being released by the Blue Jays midseason. His poor play in the Blue Jays system (.201/.292/.309) continued with Triple-A Sacramento (.200/.317/.340). He did get the call to the majors towards the end of September, but it was simply to serve as a third catcher, and he did not get onto the field. Sanchez will turn 29 during the 2017 season, so it may be safe to finally write him off as a failed prospect. Fantasy players shouldn't care much about his minor league deal with the Angels unless he gets a chance to contribute in two-catcher, AL-only games.
1428 Anthony Varvaro (FA - RP)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 2 2 0 32.7 29 2.76 1.22
1429 Dylan Axelrod (FA - RP)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 1 1 0 15.3 16 4.70 1.17
1430 Collin Balester (FA - RP)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 1 1 0 15.7 13 7.47 1.91
1431 Reed Johnson (FA - CF)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
G AB R HR RBI SB AVG
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 65 104 12 1 14 0 .231
1432 Matt Hague (Tor - 1B)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
G AB R HR RBI SB AVG
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 6 7 0 0 0 0 .286
Outlook: The 31-year-old spent 2016 in Japan, but after only producing a .685 OPS with the Hanshin Tigers, Hague decided to come back stateside to play and signed a minor league deal with Minnesota. He's only a year removed from being the International League MVP, so he could be a cheap source of power if he can translate any of that Triple-A success to the big leagues.
1433 Jonathan Díaz (NYY - SS)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
G AB R HR RBI SB AVG
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 15 26 2 0 3 0 .154
1434 Ryan Lollis (FA - RF)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
G AB R HR RBI SB AVG
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 5 12 0 0 0 1 .167
1435 Doug Bernier (Tex - 2B)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
G AB R HR RBI SB AVG
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 6 6 2 0 1 0 .333
1436 Scott Baker (FA - SP)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 2 2 0 46.0 32 5.48 1.17
1437 Blake Lalli (Atl - 1B)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
G AB R HR RBI SB AVG
2016 Season 10 13 0 0 1 0 .154
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 10 13 0 0 1 0 .154
1438 Charlie Tilson (CWS - CF)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
G AB R HR RBI SB AVG
2016 Season 1 2 0 0 0 0 .500
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 1 2 0 0 0 0 .500
Outlook: Tilson continued to progress during the 2016 campaign. In his first taste of the Triple-A level, the former second-round draft pick pieced together a solid .282/.345/.407 line thanks to the fact that over a quarter of his hits went for extra bases. Despite this strong performance, the Cardinals' outfield was jam-packed, which led the Cards to deal him to the White Sox over the summer. This move turned out to be great for Tilson, as he was immediately sent to Chicago to make his major league debut. It only lasted two at-bats before he tore his hamstring running down a flyball, ending his season. The 24-year-old has proven that he can hit pitching at each level of the minor leagues, and given the middling production from Avisail Garcia in right field last season, Tilson has a legitimate chance to garner a starting role out of spring training. His excellent plate discipline (33:51 BB:K) paired with decent speed could make for an intriguing under-the-radar outfield option.
1439 James Beresford (FA - 3B)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
G AB R HR RBI SB AVG
2016 Season 10 22 0 0 0 0 .227
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 10 22 0 0 0 0 .227
Outlook: Beresford saw his first action in the majors despite hitting .269/.330/.312 at Triple-A as the Twins chose to reward his long service in the organization and with few options available for infield depth in September. His defensive versatility is intriguing, but his lack of hitting prowess will likely relegate him to organizational depth.
1440 Julio Borbón (FA - CF)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
G AB R HR RBI SB AVG
2016 Season 6 13 1 0 0 0 .308
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 6 13 1 0 0 0 .308
1441 Édgar Ibarra (FA - RP)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 0 0 0 4.0 3 2.25 1.75
1442 Kyle Drabek (SF - RP)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season 0 0 0 2.0 2 4.50 2.50
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 0 0 0 3.3 3 2.70 2.10
1443 Sean Nolin (Mil - SP)
DTD
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 0 1 0 15.0 8 5.40 1.60
Outlook: Nolin was a post-hype waiver pickup for the Brewers in 2016, who hoped he could turn his former prospect status into gold in a new location. Unfortunately, Nolin never even managed to take the hill once in 2016, as elbow problems sidelined him to begin the season and he was eventually forced to undergo Tommy John surgery. Nolin was outrighted off the Brewers' 40-man roster as a result. He could very well miss the entirety of the 2017 season as well with his rehab. Nolin had solid numbers throughout his minor league career (3.02 ERA, 3.0 K/BB), but his road back to the majors will be a long one.
1444 Todd Redmond (FA - RP)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 0 2 0 45.3 36 3.97 1.37
1445 David Rollins (FA - RP)
DL7
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season 1 0 0 9.3 6 7.71 2.04
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 0 1 0 17.3 14 7.27 1.85
1446 Marcus Hatley (FA - RP)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 0 0 0 1.3 2 0.00 2.25
1447 Román Méndez (FA - RP)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 0 1 0 23.3 16 3.09 1.24
1448 Odrisamer Despaigne (Mia - RP, SP)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: SP-5
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season 0 2 0 30.3 17 5.93 1.71
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 3 6 0 84.0 50 4.93 1.37
Outlook: Despaigne's full transition to the bullpen in 2016 didn't do much to improve his awful numbers, as he finished the season with a 5.93 ERA and a 1.71 WHIP. He was designated for assignment by the Orioles in September and picked up by the Marlins, for whom he allowed three runs in three innings. He has abandoned multiple pitches since his encouraging rookie year in 2014 when he had seven different offerings, scrapping his slider before the 2015 season and his slow curveball in 2016, leaving him with a low-90s four-seamer, cutter, sinker, changeup, and curveball. That concentration hasn't helped him with his terrible peripherals -- 5.0 K/9 and 4.7 BB/9 to go along the way to a 4.99 FIP in 2016. He remains in the Marlins' system, but the time for him to stop getting big league chances is likely to come soon if it isn't here already.
1449 Allen Webster (Tex - SP)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
W L SV IP K ERA WHIP
2016 Season -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 3 2 0 45.0 26 5.20 1.53
1450 Max Stassi (Hou - C)
Healthy
ADP: 221.0
CHG: 0.0
Depth: --
G AB R HR RBI SB AVG
2016 Season 9 13 1 0 0 0 .077
2017 Projections -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 Year Average 9 16 2 0 2 0 .313
Outlook: Stassi was once again a September call-up for the Astros, making it four years in a row. Although Stassi hit well in his extremely limited big league action from 2013-2015, he got just one hit in 13 at-bats in 2016 after hitting .230 with seven home runs for Triple-A Fresno. While he flashed average power at lower levels, Stassi has averaged just 10 home runs while walking at a rate of well under 10 percent the last three years. He's never hit above .280 in any full season, and at just 5-foot-10 and 190 pounds, there's little to suggest the potential for major improvements in the power department. Jason Castro is gone, but the Astros traded for 32-year-old catcher Brian McCann in the offseason as a replacement. It's clear the Astros don't think much of Stassi's chances to become a viable starting catcher.
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