Found January 04, 2013 on Baseball Professor:
Wilin Rosario loves to swing the bat…and miss. In his rookie year, he made contact on 70.9% of pitches (79.7% league average) and swung and missed 14.5% of the time (9.1% league average). That didn’t stop him from producing in fantasy as his 28 home runs and .260 ISO both ranked first among catchers. He also contributed 71 RBI, which ranked ninth at the position. Not bad for a guy who was in Double-A in 2011. With three separate seasons of a .200+ ISO, Rosario has always shown the power potential in the minors so it should be no surprise that his biggest strength is power. When it comes to catchers there aren’t that many three-trick ponies, which is why his power can make him a very valuable fantasy commodity on its own. If he can add some plate discipline to the mix he might become a more well-rounded player and help fantasy owners even more. At a Glance Strengths: HR, SLG Neutral: RBI, R, BA, OPS Weaknesses: OBP, BB, K, SB Player Comparisons Best-case scenario: Matt Wieters (...
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