30-Year-Old Pitcher – Free Agent
2016 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Drew Naylor in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Drew Naylor Contract Information:
Re-signed with the Phillies in October of 2011.
Naylor (elbow) was activated off the disabled list at Triple-A Lehigh Valley and then sent down to Double-A Reading, the Allentown Morning Call reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Drew Naylor.
Naylor spent all of 2010 at Double-A Reading where he continued to display a pretty mediocre skill set. His 6.1 K/9IP is decent and he does a serviceable job of keeping the walks in check, but his lack of overpowering stuff just doesn't make him much of a prospect. A bullpen role in the majors is probably the best he can hope for, but expect Naylor to open next year at Triple-A.
Naylor failed to take a step forward last season after his solid showing between Low- and High-A in 2008. He posted a very good 3.11 K/BB ratio but his 6.55 K/9IP illustrates his lack of overpowering stuff. Naylor generally sits in the high-80s with his fastball and has an average curveball. The Phillies will likely move him to the bullpen at some point to see if he can add a bit more to his fastball with shorter outings. If so, he could have a chance to make it as a reliever in the majors down the road.
Naylor had a great 2008 showing with Low-A Lakewood, going 5-3 with a 2.99 ERA, 1.03 WHIP and 97 strikeouts in 87.1 innings and remained effective upon being promoted to High-A Clearwater. The Phillies thought enough of him to purchase his contract in the offseason, protecting him from the Rule 5 draft and at 22 years of age, he has a bright future with the organization, though he’s still at least a year away -- and probably two or three -- from making the big leagues.