25-Year-Old Outfielder – Arizona Diamondbacks
2016 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Mitch Haniger in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
The Brewers have agreed to trade Haniger to the Diamondbacks as part of the Gerardo Parra deal, Jerry Crasnick of MLB.com reports.
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Arizona Diamondbacks Roster
MajorsAhmed, Nick (SS)
AABanda, Anthony (P)
A+Hernandez, Oscar (C)
AByler, Austin (1B)
RookieDuplantier, Jon (P)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Mitch Haniger.
Haniger was dealt to Arizona from Milwaukee in exchange for Gerardo Parra at the trade deadline last year, and while he was a notable part of the Brewers’ farm system, that speaks more to Milwaukee’s lack of well-known prospects than to Haniger’s abilities. He slashed .255/.316/.416 in 67 games at Double-A Huntsville prior to the trade, and was only able to play eight games with the Diamondbacks’ Double-A affiliate before the end of the minor league season. Haniger is the type of player that should be able to provide organizational corner outfield depth for several years, but he would need to take a significant step forward in order to ever offer much big-league upside. There’s a good chance he will spend much of 2015 at Double-A Mobile.
Haniger got his first professional season off to a quick start with Low-A Wisconsin, posting a .909 OPS over 41 games before earning a promotion to the next level. His numbers weren’t nearly as impressive at High-A, but he was one of the top players in the Arizona Fall League, and the former first-rounder has established himself as one of the Brewers’ better prospects. Expect Haniger, who split time between center field and right field last season, to open 2014 at High-A.