23-Year-Old Outfielder – Milwaukee Brewers
2015 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
Roache has delivered on the power potential that made him a first-round pick with 40 home runs through his first two seasons as a pro. However, contact is an issue, as Roache posted a 37:138 BB:K rati...
Victor Roache Contract Information:
Drafted by the Brewers in June 2012. Signed a contract and received a $1.525 million bonus in June 2012.
Roache went 12-for-26 (.462) with two home runs, five doubles, and six RBI over his last six games with High-A Brevard County.
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Milwaukee Brewers Roster
MajorsBlazek, Michael (P)
AAAAdditon, Nicholas (P)
AAArcia, Orlando (SS)
A+Coulter, Clint (OF)
AGatewood, Jake (SS)
RookieDenson, David (1B)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Roache had a streaky 2013 campaign and struck out 137 times in 459 at-bats, but he flashed the power that made him a first-round pick in 2011, accumulating 40 extra-base hits over the course of the campaign. Roache will be entering his age-22 season in 2014, so there’s plenty of reason for the Brewers to be excited about their young outfielder. It remains to be seen if he will open with Low-A Wisconsin in 2014, or make the jump to the High-A level.
Knowing full well that he had suffered a serious wrist injury in February, the Brewers still selected Roache in the first round of the 2012 draft. The Brewers' risky selection did not come without reason; however, as Roach hit an impressive 30 home runs in 62 games as a sophomore at Georgia Tech in 2011. Roache's power could make him a steal for the Brewers if he can fully recover from his broken wrist, but we will have to see him make his full-season debut before getting a good read on where he is at with respect to the injury.