26-Year-Old Pitcher – New York Mets
2016 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Sean Gilmartin in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Sean Gilmartin Contract Information:
Signed a rookie contract with a $1,134,000 signing bonus.
Gilmartin (0-1) only recorded two outs and allowed five runs on four hits and walked three batters in a loss to the Phillies on Saturday.
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Sean Gilmartin Split Stats (View Full Split Stats)
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2016 Stat Review for Sean Gilmartin As compared to the top 100 relief pitchers in 2015 (min 55 in)
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New York Mets Roster
MajorsBlevins, Jerry (P)
AAABelow, Duane (P)
AABarbosa, Andrew (P)
A+Becerra, Wuilmer (OF)
ABashlor, Ty (P)
RookieAlonso, Peter (1B)
Sean Gilmartin: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Sean Gilmartin.
The Braves' first-round pick in 2011, Gilmartin appeared poised to make a major league rotation in 2013, but a poor year in Triple-A that season saw him traded to Minnesota and he surprisingly began last year at Double-A. Gilmartin responded by going 7-3 with a 3.13 ERA and 74:16 K:BB ratio in 72 innings, but that's not overly impressive since it was his second trip through Double-A. He was promoted to Triple-A in June and had lackluster numbers with a 4.28 ERA and 7.3 K/9. As a lefty with lower velocity (low-90s fastball), Gilmartin's path to the majors may be in the bullpen. That outcome became more likely after the Mets selected him in the Rule 5 draft in December, as he'll likely be bypassed by the team's more talented young starters to handle the final spots in the rotation.
A competition strictly in name, Gilmartin failed to even push Julio Teheran for the No. 5 starter job last spring and struggled mightily at Triple-A Gwinnett to begin the year (5.74 ERA, 1.59 WHIP). Gilmartin was later diagnosed with elbow tendinitis, which explains his struggles, but he's expected to have no health limitations when spring training opens. The Braves' first-round pick in 2011, he's displayed good control in the minors (2.3 BB/9), and given his pedigree, it's certainly possible he could make a strong bid for a rotation spot in 2014 - especially after he was traded to Minnesota in the offseason.
Gilmartin, the Braves' first-round draft pick in 2011, has advanced through the system extremely quickly and reached Triple-A in just his second professional season. His 3.74 minor league ERA is fine, though his peripheral stats indicate that he does not have the high ceiling of other Braves pitchers. Though his numbers were good in the lower rungs of the minors, his K/9 dropped off to below 6.0 in his seven Triple-A starts. He can find success without big strikeout numbers, and his walk rate has always been good, but low strikeout rates are not something fantasy owners want to see in a top pitching prospect. The bigger issue for Gilmartin is trying to fit in on a team that is already eight deep in their starting rotation. Expect to see Gilmartin pitch a full year at Triple-A in 2013.
Gilmartin, Atlanta's 2011 first-round draft pick, had an impressive professional debut by going 2-1 with a 2.53 ERA and 30:2 K:BB ratio in 21.1 innings for Low-A Rome. He then held his own with a 4.34 ERA and 26:8 K:BB ratio in 29 innings in the Arizona Fall League. The Braves will likely be aggressive with his development since he was seen as a polished product out of college and then had initial success. He should begin the season at High-A Lynchburg and could reach the majors by 2013.