, .promo_edge { Look at the actual games, he is really hitting the ball harder and sometimes shows surprising, unexpected power. 4. If he struggles, maybe, but SS is clearly his position to lose, there is no battle for that spot. border-radius:4px; }. I don't want my lead-off hitter having a .301 OBP. I do not see Amed Rosario as a lead-off hitter. color:#fff; } color:#fff !important; I believe Cano's confidence and way of going about his business like a pro are rubbing off on him. As Cano's bat continues to heat up,  Amed's does, too. You can say "only other option," but when we're talking about a .301 OBP, IMO, almost everyone on the roster is a better option. He's very talented but still very raw. Display as a link instead, × Draft as a backup if you're interested.   You cannot paste images directly. If he hit .300 at the top of the lineup I would settle for that. Probably droppable in shallower leagues. If this is my line-up construction or any line-up construction I think is logical, there's no way they keep him up there at that. Will be interesting to see where Mets bat him early on in Spring. It does seem that his last two months of the season stats shows he started to figure something out. background:#ce1141; Actually seemed to figure some things out as the season went along last year. Development isn't linear. I'd rather have Polanco, Hampson, or Simmons as my SS in standard leagues, and for cheaper draft prices too. Rosario was signed out of the Dominican Republic in 2012, and has emerged as the organization’s token toolsy shortstop who is a long way from the big leagues. Keep an eye on where he hits in the lineup. I like my lead-off hitter taking walks. Nimmo is struggling with strikeouts worse than anyone (46.7%) so Rosario could get chances atop the lineup if that continues. People are worried about McNeils PT, i'm not really. Paste as plain text instead, × text-decoration:none; The plate discipline is actually getting better and he makes solid contact at breaking pitches. Upload or insert images from URL. Amed Rosario looks like a 7 hitter to me, personally. He cannot even hit tigers pitching smh. × I see a move to 2B coming in his future, though the acquisition of Cano makes that a bit more cloudy. This service is intended for adult audiences. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, please call 1-800-GAMBLER.   Your link has been automatically embedded. Now, since Alonso looks like freaking Miguel Cabrera, the #2 spot is locked. 2. At this point, though, I like him only for a good source of mid-round SBs. I still think they should let him run plenty even in front of the pitcher though. Clear editor. background:#ce1141;   Pasted as rich text. Rosario has been hitting in the 2 hole the past 2 games. I've never really understood Amed's awful defensive metrics because to the eye it seems as if he has pretty good side to side range and a good arm, but the errors are really discouraging. RosterResource has him in the 7 hole which doesn't bode well for his counting stats, but if he can cut down on his Ks and increase his BB rate, perhaps like his teammate Nimmo, and should an injury befall Nimmo or Lowrie, he could end up at the top of the order and see his value dramatically improve. This was a 65 wRC+ guy at home (103 road). Plenty of time to develop into a special player, not unlike Jose Reyes. I'd probably say he's at least 1 full year away from being truly fantasy relevant though. Personally I’d stop short of predicting a full-fledged breakout but I do think Rosario is a little undervalued right now. His value will be in the quantity of the stats. There’s some positives so far. Why is this guy so highly owned? He may get a day off here and there, but I can't see him losing playing time simply due to the alleged depth of IFs. Upload or insert images from URL. Adding Cano and Lowrie. A closer look at his K rate dropped from 28.8% in '17 to 20.1% in '18 and BB% increased from 1.8% to 4.9%; obviously none of the two rates are where we'd like to see for a player rely from on his speed than power. The young man feeds off the vet quite a bit, so I think this duo is just getting started. Nimmo seems like an easier lineup move, can swap him with Lowrie in my projected lineup: You’d hope he leads off, but he’ll need to get his Obp up stick there long term. Right, but he had high OBPs by nature of having very high BAs, not BB%'s. A good buy low or definitely a pickup if he’s unowned.   Your link has been automatically embedded. 10 errors, .915 fielding %, -11 DRS. I dropped a long time ago and regret nothing. The Mets' top prospect Andres Gimenez (top 50 MLB) is supposedly a defensive wizard at SS and could be a midseason call-up next year. I don't really see how he "excelled" there necessarily. You can post now and register later. I can see a difference in Amed's demeanor this year compared to last. I’ll monitor him though. Hopefully they give him a chance to lead off in the spring and he can parlay it into a big season. Nimmo was their reliable lead off guy, but McNeil's ridiculous bat-to-ball skills might have just helped supplant him. The strikeouts are not great, but the Mets did face Scherzer, Strasburg and Corbin twice each to start the year. I doubt he’s someone people are itching to pick up. Mets typically don’t work out either. He could catch some momentum and really take off, so I'd advise against dropping him. Rabbitohs Players, Matt Young, God's Eye Instructions Pdf, Japanese Tattoo Sydney, Matt Innis Platform, Too Late The Hero Quotes, Best Fantasy Football Assistant, World Community Foundation, Related" /> , .promo_edge { Look at the actual games, he is really hitting the ball harder and sometimes shows surprising, unexpected power. 4. If he struggles, maybe, but SS is clearly his position to lose, there is no battle for that spot. border-radius:4px; }. I don't want my lead-off hitter having a .301 OBP. I do not see Amed Rosario as a lead-off hitter. color:#fff; } color:#fff !important; I believe Cano's confidence and way of going about his business like a pro are rubbing off on him. As Cano's bat continues to heat up,  Amed's does, too. You can say "only other option," but when we're talking about a .301 OBP, IMO, almost everyone on the roster is a better option. He's very talented but still very raw. Display as a link instead, × Draft as a backup if you're interested.   You cannot paste images directly. If he hit .300 at the top of the lineup I would settle for that. Probably droppable in shallower leagues. If this is my line-up construction or any line-up construction I think is logical, there's no way they keep him up there at that. Will be interesting to see where Mets bat him early on in Spring. It does seem that his last two months of the season stats shows he started to figure something out. background:#ce1141; Actually seemed to figure some things out as the season went along last year. Development isn't linear. I'd rather have Polanco, Hampson, or Simmons as my SS in standard leagues, and for cheaper draft prices too. Rosario was signed out of the Dominican Republic in 2012, and has emerged as the organization’s token toolsy shortstop who is a long way from the big leagues. Keep an eye on where he hits in the lineup. I like my lead-off hitter taking walks. Nimmo is struggling with strikeouts worse than anyone (46.7%) so Rosario could get chances atop the lineup if that continues. People are worried about McNeils PT, i'm not really. Paste as plain text instead, × text-decoration:none; The plate discipline is actually getting better and he makes solid contact at breaking pitches. Upload or insert images from URL. Amed Rosario looks like a 7 hitter to me, personally. He cannot even hit tigers pitching smh. × I see a move to 2B coming in his future, though the acquisition of Cano makes that a bit more cloudy. This service is intended for adult audiences. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, please call 1-800-GAMBLER.   Your link has been automatically embedded. Now, since Alonso looks like freaking Miguel Cabrera, the #2 spot is locked. 2. At this point, though, I like him only for a good source of mid-round SBs. I still think they should let him run plenty even in front of the pitcher though. Clear editor. background:#ce1141;   Pasted as rich text. Rosario has been hitting in the 2 hole the past 2 games. I've never really understood Amed's awful defensive metrics because to the eye it seems as if he has pretty good side to side range and a good arm, but the errors are really discouraging. RosterResource has him in the 7 hole which doesn't bode well for his counting stats, but if he can cut down on his Ks and increase his BB rate, perhaps like his teammate Nimmo, and should an injury befall Nimmo or Lowrie, he could end up at the top of the order and see his value dramatically improve. This was a 65 wRC+ guy at home (103 road). Plenty of time to develop into a special player, not unlike Jose Reyes. I'd probably say he's at least 1 full year away from being truly fantasy relevant though. Personally I’d stop short of predicting a full-fledged breakout but I do think Rosario is a little undervalued right now. His value will be in the quantity of the stats. There’s some positives so far. Why is this guy so highly owned? He may get a day off here and there, but I can't see him losing playing time simply due to the alleged depth of IFs. Upload or insert images from URL. Adding Cano and Lowrie. A closer look at his K rate dropped from 28.8% in '17 to 20.1% in '18 and BB% increased from 1.8% to 4.9%; obviously none of the two rates are where we'd like to see for a player rely from on his speed than power. The young man feeds off the vet quite a bit, so I think this duo is just getting started. Nimmo seems like an easier lineup move, can swap him with Lowrie in my projected lineup: You’d hope he leads off, but he’ll need to get his Obp up stick there long term. Right, but he had high OBPs by nature of having very high BAs, not BB%'s. A good buy low or definitely a pickup if he’s unowned.   Your link has been automatically embedded. 10 errors, .915 fielding %, -11 DRS. I dropped a long time ago and regret nothing. The Mets' top prospect Andres Gimenez (top 50 MLB) is supposedly a defensive wizard at SS and could be a midseason call-up next year. I don't really see how he "excelled" there necessarily. You can post now and register later. I can see a difference in Amed's demeanor this year compared to last. I’ll monitor him though. Hopefully they give him a chance to lead off in the spring and he can parlay it into a big season. Nimmo was their reliable lead off guy, but McNeil's ridiculous bat-to-ball skills might have just helped supplant him. The strikeouts are not great, but the Mets did face Scherzer, Strasburg and Corbin twice each to start the year. I doubt he’s someone people are itching to pick up. Mets typically don’t work out either. He could catch some momentum and really take off, so I'd advise against dropping him. 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Also dives into some of the Statcast numbers, which have looked favorable all season. I could realistically see a 80 R/ 15 HR / 60 RBI/ 20 SB/ 280 AVG / 330 OBP effort from Rosario this year. I dropped lol just not doing enough stuff. Helping those who’d relinquish control of self-determinism in favor of a fanatical pursuit of ideological groupthink, NOTICE: No Bench Coach Discussion in This Forum. They were going Rosario/McNeil/Nimmo/Conforto down the stretch last year. For Dynasty leagues and deeper keeper leagues he's still a strong asset and would be one of the top prospects in the league if he hadn't been called up at age 21, and asked to play an entire season at age 22. There's no beneficial spot in the order for Amed unless the Mets somehow catch the injury bug from the other side of town. I'm a bit worried about PT with all the infielders NYMets have. Baseball-reference has him with negative WAR for the season. He has potential. .301 from the leadoff spot isn’t great. KilloWertz, February 4, 2019 in Fantasy Baseball Talk, Not doin too much at this point. I don't know what traits others particularly look for in a lead-off hitter, and I'm not saying he can't develop into that skill-set, but ideally I want my lead-off hitters to be much more like Brandon Nimmo than Amed Rosario. Need to give him some time and opportunity, imo. display:inline-block; Statcast is impressed by how he’s hitting the ball - 56% hard hit rate, 89.8 average exit velocity, xBA of .321 and xSLG of .456. However, going  into the season, I predicted a 17/32 season at .270, based off of the possibility he moves up in the line up by the ASB. src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=674090812743125&ev=PageView&noscript=1"/>, .promo_edge { Look at the actual games, he is really hitting the ball harder and sometimes shows surprising, unexpected power. 4. If he struggles, maybe, but SS is clearly his position to lose, there is no battle for that spot. border-radius:4px; }. I don't want my lead-off hitter having a .301 OBP. I do not see Amed Rosario as a lead-off hitter. color:#fff; } color:#fff !important; I believe Cano's confidence and way of going about his business like a pro are rubbing off on him. As Cano's bat continues to heat up,  Amed's does, too. You can say "only other option," but when we're talking about a .301 OBP, IMO, almost everyone on the roster is a better option. He's very talented but still very raw. Display as a link instead, × Draft as a backup if you're interested.   You cannot paste images directly. If he hit .300 at the top of the lineup I would settle for that. Probably droppable in shallower leagues. If this is my line-up construction or any line-up construction I think is logical, there's no way they keep him up there at that. Will be interesting to see where Mets bat him early on in Spring. It does seem that his last two months of the season stats shows he started to figure something out. background:#ce1141; Actually seemed to figure some things out as the season went along last year. Development isn't linear. I'd rather have Polanco, Hampson, or Simmons as my SS in standard leagues, and for cheaper draft prices too. Rosario was signed out of the Dominican Republic in 2012, and has emerged as the organization’s token toolsy shortstop who is a long way from the big leagues. Keep an eye on where he hits in the lineup. I like my lead-off hitter taking walks. Nimmo is struggling with strikeouts worse than anyone (46.7%) so Rosario could get chances atop the lineup if that continues. People are worried about McNeils PT, i'm not really. Paste as plain text instead, × text-decoration:none; The plate discipline is actually getting better and he makes solid contact at breaking pitches. Upload or insert images from URL. Amed Rosario looks like a 7 hitter to me, personally. He cannot even hit tigers pitching smh. × I see a move to 2B coming in his future, though the acquisition of Cano makes that a bit more cloudy. This service is intended for adult audiences. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, please call 1-800-GAMBLER.   Your link has been automatically embedded. Now, since Alonso looks like freaking Miguel Cabrera, the #2 spot is locked. 2. At this point, though, I like him only for a good source of mid-round SBs. I still think they should let him run plenty even in front of the pitcher though. Clear editor. background:#ce1141;   Pasted as rich text. Rosario has been hitting in the 2 hole the past 2 games. I've never really understood Amed's awful defensive metrics because to the eye it seems as if he has pretty good side to side range and a good arm, but the errors are really discouraging. RosterResource has him in the 7 hole which doesn't bode well for his counting stats, but if he can cut down on his Ks and increase his BB rate, perhaps like his teammate Nimmo, and should an injury befall Nimmo or Lowrie, he could end up at the top of the order and see his value dramatically improve. This was a 65 wRC+ guy at home (103 road). Plenty of time to develop into a special player, not unlike Jose Reyes. I'd probably say he's at least 1 full year away from being truly fantasy relevant though. Personally I’d stop short of predicting a full-fledged breakout but I do think Rosario is a little undervalued right now. His value will be in the quantity of the stats. There’s some positives so far. Why is this guy so highly owned? He may get a day off here and there, but I can't see him losing playing time simply due to the alleged depth of IFs. Upload or insert images from URL. Adding Cano and Lowrie. A closer look at his K rate dropped from 28.8% in '17 to 20.1% in '18 and BB% increased from 1.8% to 4.9%; obviously none of the two rates are where we'd like to see for a player rely from on his speed than power. The young man feeds off the vet quite a bit, so I think this duo is just getting started. Nimmo seems like an easier lineup move, can swap him with Lowrie in my projected lineup: You’d hope he leads off, but he’ll need to get his Obp up stick there long term. Right, but he had high OBPs by nature of having very high BAs, not BB%'s. A good buy low or definitely a pickup if he’s unowned.   Your link has been automatically embedded. 10 errors, .915 fielding %, -11 DRS. I dropped a long time ago and regret nothing. The Mets' top prospect Andres Gimenez (top 50 MLB) is supposedly a defensive wizard at SS and could be a midseason call-up next year. I don't really see how he "excelled" there necessarily. You can post now and register later. I can see a difference in Amed's demeanor this year compared to last. I’ll monitor him though. Hopefully they give him a chance to lead off in the spring and he can parlay it into a big season. Nimmo was their reliable lead off guy, but McNeil's ridiculous bat-to-ball skills might have just helped supplant him. The strikeouts are not great, but the Mets did face Scherzer, Strasburg and Corbin twice each to start the year. I doubt he’s someone people are itching to pick up. Mets typically don’t work out either. He could catch some momentum and really take off, so I'd advise against dropping him.

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