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Daric Barton

29-Year-Old First Baseman – Toronto Blue Jays

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2015 Fantasy Baseball Outlook

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LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: NO   BATS: L   THROWS: R   HT: 6' 0"   WT: 215   DOB: 8/16/1985   BORN: Springfield, VT   COLLEGE: None   DRAFTED: 1st Rd    Show ContractHide Contract

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Daric Barton Contract Information:

Agreed to a minor league contract with the Blue Jays in December of 2014.

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Daric Barton Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G PA AB R H XBH 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO SH SF HBP AVG OBP SLG OPS
2004 18 A PEO 90 393 313 63 98 36 23 0 13 77 4 4 69 44 0 3 8 .313 .445 .511 .956
2005 19 A STO 79 354 292 60 93 26 16 2 8 52 0 1 62 49 0 0 0 .318 .438 .469 .907
2005 19 AA MID 56 249 212 38 67 26 20 1 5 37 1 1 35 30 0 2 0 .316 .410 .491 .901
2006 20 AAA SAC 43 180 147 25 38 12 6 4 2 22 1 0 32 26 0 1 0 .259 .389 .395 .784
2007 21 AAA SAC 136 604 516 84 151 52 38 5 9 70 3 4 78 69 0 4 6 .293 .389 .438 .827
2007 21 MAJ OAK 18 84 72 16 25 13 9 0 4 8 1 0 10 11 0 1 1 .347 .429 .639 1.067
2008 22 AAA SAC 8 33 31 4 6 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 .194 .242 .290 .532
2008 22 MAJ OAK 140 523 446 59 101 31 17 5 9 47 2 1 65 99 6 3 3 .226 .327 .348 .674
2009 23 R AZL 6 24 18 3 5 2 1 0 1 3 0 0 6 4 0 0 0 .278 .458 .500 .958
2009 23 A STO 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 .000
2009 23 AAA SAC 70 313 253 48 66 31 21 1 9 48 1 0 45 43 2 4 9 .261 .386 .458 .844
2009 23 MAJ OAK 54 192 160 31 43 16 12 1 3 24 0 2 26 25 1 3 2 .269 .372 .412 .784
2010 24 MAJ OAK 159 686 556 79 152 48 33 5 10 57 7 3 110 102 12 5 3 .273 .393 .405 .798
2011 25 AAA SAC 17 75 61 10 12 2 2 0 0 4 0 0 14 16 0 0 0 .197 .347 .230 .577
2011 25 MAJ OAK 67 280 236 27 50 13 13 0 0 21 2 1 39 47 0 3 2 .212 .325 .267 .592
2012 26 AAA SAC 74 336 259 49 66 25 14 3 8 35 7 1 66 53 0 5 6 .255 .411 .425 .836
2012 26 MAJ OAK 46 136 113 8 23 8 7 0 1 6 1 0 22 32 0 0 1 .204 .338 .292 .630
2013 27 AAA SAC 110 488 391 77 116 37 29 1 7 69 1 2 87 57 1 6 3 .297 .423 .430 .853
2013 27 MAJ OAK 37 120 104 15 28 5 2 0 3 16 0 0 13 18 0 2 1 .269 .350 .375 .725
2014 28 AAA SAC 85 375 314 46 82 28 18 1 9 56 0 1 51 40 0 4 6 .261 .371 .411 .782
2014 28 MAJ OAK 30 64 57 7 9 1 1 0 0 5 0 0 5 14 0 1 1 .158 .234 .175 .409
3-Year Averages     37 106 91 10 20 4 3 0 1 9 0 0 13 21 0 1 1 .220 .321 .286 .606
Career  (View All)     551 2,085 1,744 242 431 135 94 11 30 184 13 7 290 348 19 18 14 .247 .356 .365 .721

Age is determined on July 1st of each season.       Jump To:     ▼ Advanced Stats      ▼ Games By Position

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Daric Barton Game Log    (View Full Game Log)
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DATE OPP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS HBP SF E AVG OBP SLG OPS
May. 22 Sea Did not play.
May. 21 LAA Did not play.
May. 20 LAA Did not play.
May. 19 LAA Did not play.
May. 18 LAA Did not play.
May. 17 @Hou Did not play.
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May. 15 @Hou Did not play.
May. 14 @Hou Did not play.
May. 13 @Bal Did not play.
May. 12 @Bal Did not play.
May. 11 @Bal Did not play.
May. 10 Bos Did not play.
May. 9 Bos Did not play.
May. 8 Bos Did not play.
May. 6 NYY Did not play.
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May. 4 NYY Did not play.
May. 3 @Cle Did not play.
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Apr. 30 @Cle Did not play.
Apr. 29 @Bos Did not play.
Apr. 28 @Bos Did not play.
Apr. 27 @Bos Did not play.
Apr. 26 @TB Did not play.
Apr. 25 @TB Did not play.
Apr. 24 @TB Did not play.
Apr. 23 Bal Did not play.
Apr. 22 Bal Did not play.
Last 7 Days 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 .000
Last 14 Days 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 .000
Last 30 Days 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 .000

Daric Barton: MLB Games Played By Position

Year C 1B 2B 3B SS OF LF CF RF DH
2014 30
2013 36
2012 43
2011 65
2010 157
2009 51

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Daric Barton Split Stats    (View Full Split Stats)

Vs. Left

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2014152000.200.267.467
2013263040.269.308.653

Vs. Right

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2014425050.143.143.388
201378123120.269.397.749

Home

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2014332010.182.212.441
20134910250.286.449.846

Away

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2014245040.125.125.366
20135551110.255.309.616
Daric Barton Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm PA AB Walk Rate Strikeout Rate BB/K Ratio Contact Rate BABIP Isolated Power
2004 18 A PEO 393 313 17.6% 11.2% 1.57 86% .332 .198
2005 19 A STO 354 292 17.5% 13.8% 1.27 83% .362 .151
2005 19 AA MID 249 212 14.1% 12% 1.17 86% .350 .175
2006 20 AAA SAC 180 147 17.8% 14.4% 1.23 82% .303 .136
2007 21 AAA SAC 604 516 12.9% 11.4% 1.13 87% .324 .145
2007 21 MAJ OAK 84 72 11.9% 13.1% 0.91 85% .368 .292
2008 22 AAA SAC 33 31 6.1% 0% 0.00 100% .167 .096
2008 22 MAJ OAK 523 446 12.4% 18.9% 0.66 78% .272 .122
2009 23 R AZL 24 18 25% 16.7% 1.50 78% .308 .222
2009 23 A STO 4 4 0% 0% 0.00 100% .000 .000
2009 23 AAA SAC 313 253 14.4% 13.7% 1.05 83% .284 .197
2009 23 MAJ OAK 192 160 13.5% 13% 1.04 84% .303 .143
2010 24 MAJ OAK 686 556 16% 14.9% 1.08 82% .320 .132
2011 25 AAA SAC 75 61 18.7% 21.3% 0.88 74% .267 .033
2011 25 MAJ OAK 280 236 13.9% 16.8% 0.83 80% .265 .055
2012 26 AAA SAC 336 259 19.6% 15.8% 1.25 80% .293 .170
2012 26 MAJ OAK 136 113 16.2% 23.5% 0.69 72% .275 .088
2013 27 AAA SAC 488 391 17.8% 11.7% 1.53 85% .333 .133
2013 27 MAJ OAK 120 104 10.8% 15% 0.72 83% .301 .106
2014 28 AAA SAC 375 314 13.6% 10.7% 1.28 87% .275 .150
2014 28 MAJ OAK 64 57 7.8% 21.9% 0.36 75% .209 .017
3-Year Averages     106 91 12.3% 19.8% 0.62 77% .275 .066
Career     2,085 1,744 13.9% 16.7% 0.83 80% .294 .118

Age is determined on July 1st of each season.       Jump To:     ▲ Basic Stats      ▲ Split Stats      ▲ Games By Position

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Daric Barton: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Barton signed a minor league contract with the Blue Jays on Tuesday that includes an invite to spring training.

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Barton has elected free agency, Matt Eddy of Baseball America reports.

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Barton has cleared waivers and has been outrighted to Triple-A Sacramento.

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Barton was designated for assignment Thursday.

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Barton was 0-for-3 Sunday, dropping his average to .156.

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Barton is starting at first base and batting ninth against the Astros on Saturday.

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Barton will get the start at first base and bat ninth in the second half of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Indians, the A's official Twitter feed reports.

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Barton isn't in the Athletics' lineup for Tuesday's game against the Indians.

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Barton is in the lineup for Monday's opener against the Indians, MLB.com's Jane Lee reports. He'll start at first and bat eighth in the order.

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Barton made the Opening Day roster, CSN Bay Area's Joe Stiglich reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2015

There was no outlook written for Daric Barton.

2014

Barton rose from the dead in 2013 to post a .269 batting average and .350 OBP in a short 37-game stint in Oakland. After his failures with the A's in 2011 (.212 batting average) and 2012 (.204 batting average), it was assumed he was done in Oakland, even after leading the American League in walks in 2010. Barton provides high-level defense at first base, which makes up a bit for his lack of pop at a corner-infield position. However, the A's have another left-hander (Brandon Moss) at first base, so it's hard to see Barton making much of an impact in 2014. Even if he does get at-bats, he will not provide much production for fantasy owners.

2013

After a number of years hoping that Barton would be their first baseman of the future, the A's finally punted on the experiment by sending him to Triple-A in May as his batting average fell south of .200. Barton is known for his patient approach at the plate, even leading the American League in walks in 2010. His OBP was the source of his value since he is a power liability at a corner spot, but even that OBP has gone down dramatically the last two years. With the emergence of Brandon Moss last year and Chris Carter also lurking for at-bats at first base, Barton has a long way to go to get playing time in Oakland again.

2012

Barton came crashing back to earth after a league-leading 110-walk season the year prior, hitting just .212/.325/.267 in 236 at-bats before being sent down in late June to rediscover his stroke at the plate. He failed to hit much in limited time with Triple-A Sacramento before undergoing season-ending surgery to repair a torn labrum. He's expected to compete with Brandon Allen for the first-base job in spring, failing another roster addition by Billy Beane, and each have significant questions based on their recent performance.

2011

Barton managed to appear in all but two games for the A's despite numerous lingering injuries throughout the season including a fractured finger, a strained elbow and knee and quadriceps issues. In what could have been his last chance to earn a spot in the A's lineup, Barton gave the A's everything that could reasonably be expected and more. His 110 walks resulted in a nice .393 OBP, though his power and run production trail most of the AL fantasy elite at first base. He could be in line for a nice bump in runs scored, hitting ahead of offseason additions David DeJesus, Josh Willingham and Hideki Matsui and his seven steals after the All-Star break offer a glimpse of some upside in that category, riding the coat tails of Coco Crisp on some double-steal attempts.

2010

Barton battled leg problems throughout the season, necessitating a DL stint for most of August, but he continued to struggle when healthy. He began the year at Triple-A Sacramento to get full-time at-bats, but hit a pretty pedestrian .261/.386/.458 over 70 games before getting an extended look again in Oakland later in the year. He managed a nice September for the second straight season (.310/.406/.488 in 84 at-bats) but did little else. He turned 24 in August, so the "he's young, the power will come," refrain becomes less and less relevant with each passing season. The A's will likely give him another chance to begin the year, but Chris Carter looms at Triple-A Sacramento.

2009

Barton bombed, beginning the year as a Rookie of the Year candidate only to finish with a terrible .226/.327/.348 line. He wasn't terrible against lefties, and his September (.279/.419/.500) gives him something to build on. There were questions about his power even as he tore through the minors, and they've only grown louder since. The A's will give him another chance, but he's going to need to be much, much better.

2008

Barton enjoyed a nice season at Triple-A Sacramento before getting a September callup. He struggled against lefties at Triple-A (.268/.373/.376 in 157 at-bats), and much of his power came during a torrid June (.657 SLG, 14 doubles) but his major league debut was a smashing success. He ripped off 13 extra-base hits (nine doubles, four homers) in just 72 at-bats and drew 10 walks, resulting in an excellent .347/.429/.639 line. His power stroke has been the only question mark in the past, and there's still some concern as to how he'll handle lefties on a full-time basis in the majors, but there's a ton to like here. He'll be a lineup regular in 2008.

2007

Barton was sidelined for much of the year with a fractured elbow. Prior to the injury, he had just two home runs in 147 at-bats at Triple-A Sacramento, though he did manage a nice 32/26 K/BB ratio. He's playing winter ball down in the Dominican Republic, but had just two extra base hits (both doubles) in his first 63 at-bats. There's a tremendous batting eye here, but he's going to have to develop the power stroke if he wants to make a roto impact at first base.

2006

Barton rolled through High-A Stockton and performed equally as well at Double-A Midland (.316/.410/.491) to close out the year. He continued to show excellent plate patience in the AFL (21 BB in 24 games), though he didn't exhibit a ton of power. If the power arrives, he's a future All-Star even at a tough first base position.

2005

A first-round selection in the 2003 draft out of high school, Barton has been unfazed by professional baseball thus far. After a decent rookie campaign in 2003 he added a dominating performance last year -- slugging .511 and driving in 77 runs in Single-A. He also walked 69 times against just 44 strikeouts. He played just half of the 90 games as a catcher, so he looks destined for a position change. He's destined for a quick rise in the minors after his trade to Oakland in the Mark Mulder deal.

2004

The Cardinals' surprise No. 1 pick in 2003 is a high-school catcher who can hit. He's three years way from sniffing the majors, and is likely to be a third baseman (his position in his senior year) or an outfielder by the time he gets there. Only an option in very deep leagues, but a good one.

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