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Tim Wheeler

27-Year-Old Outfielder – Colorado Rockies

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2015 Fantasy Baseball Outlook

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LEAGUE: AAA    40 MAN: NO   BATS: L   THROWS: R   HT: 6' 4"   WT: 205   DOB: 1/21/1988   DRAFTED: No   Show ContractHide Contract

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Re-signed with the Rockies on a minor league contract in January 2014.

May 16, 2015  –  Tim Wheeler News

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Wheeler owns a .345 on-base percentage to go along with five homers and five stolen bases over 115 plate appearances at Triple-A Albuquerque.

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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
2009 21 A TRI 68 306 273 44 70 21 13 3 5 35 10 4 29 60 2 2 0 .256 .332 .381 .713
2010 22 A+ MOD 129 592 510 88 126 39 21 6 12 63 22 8 60 114 5 4 13 .247 .339 .382 .721
2011 23 AA TUL 138 637 561 105 161 67 28 6 33 86 21 12 59 142 2 3 12 .287 .365 .535 .900
2012 24 AAA COL 92 415 379 67 115 33 27 4 2 37 7 7 29 69 3 1 3 .303 .357 .412 .769
2013 25 AAA COL 109 440 397 59 104 24 16 3 5 42 12 7 33 87 1 1 8 .262 .330 .355 .685
2014 26 AAA COL 119 472 416 51 97 39 25 3 11 45 9 10 36 109 5 2 13 .233 .313 .387 .700
2015 27 AAA ALB 95 359 300 46 77 20 11 1 8 38 14 0 47 85 5 4 3 .257 .359 .380 .739

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Year Age Lg Tm PA AB Walk Rate Strikeout Rate BB/K Ratio Contact Rate BABIP Isolated Power
2009 21 A TRI 306 273 9.5% 19.6% 0.48 78% .313 .125
2010 22 A+ MOD 592 510 10.1% 19.3% 0.53 78% .297 .135
2011 23 AA TUL 637 561 9.3% 22.3% 0.42 75% .332 .248
2012 24 AAA COL 415 379 7% 16.6% 0.42 82% .367 .109
2013 25 AAA COL 440 397 7.5% 19.8% 0.38 78% .325 .093
2014 26 AAA COL 472 416 7.6% 23.1% 0.33 74% .291 .154
2015 27 AAA ALB 359 300 13.1% 23.7% 0.55 72% .333 .123

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Tim Wheeler: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Wheeler was outrighted off the Rockies' 40-man roster Wednesday.

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Wheeler went 1-for-4 with a solo home run against Triple-A Fresno on Friday.

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Wheeler was optioned to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Saturday.

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Wheeler was added to the 40-man roster Tuesday, the team's official Twitter reports.

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Wheeler turned in a disappointing campaign at Triple-A Colorado Springs this season, homering just twice in 379 at-bats.

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Wheeler has just one home run in 209 at-bats with Triple-A Colorado Springs this season.

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Wheeler is batting .307 with an on-base percentage of .367 in 137 at-bats with Triple-A Colorado Springs.

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Wheeler, 24, (hand) has returned from the DL and is now 15-for-42 (.357) with a 2:11 BB:K ratio over his last 10 games at Colorado Springs.

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Wheeler (hand) is meeting with doctors and may need surgery, Troy Renck of the Denver Post reports.

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Wheeler will miss about a month after suffering a right hand injury, according to the Rockies' official website.

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Wheeler was sent down to the minor leagues, the Denver Post reports.

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Wheeler was named the 12th best prospect in the Texas League by Baseball America, according to the Rockies' official website.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2015

There was no outlook written for Tim Wheeler.

2014

Regarded by many as one of the organization’s top hitting prospects after swatting 33 homers and swiping 21 bags for Double-A Tulsa in 2011, Wheeler’s prospect status has since diminished almost entirely after he was never able to replicate those power numbers at Triple-A Colorado Springs, combining for just seven dingers in 855 plate appearances the last two seasons. Convinced the former first-round pick wasn’t going to help the parent club anytime soon, the Rockies outrighted Wheeler off their 40-man roster in November. Wheeler seems destined for his third consecutive season at Triple-A, and it appears dubious that he’ll ever become the big league regular the Rockies had once believed.

2013

Wheeler’s season at Triple-A Colorado Springs was truly confounding, as he answered criticisms about his ability to hit for contact by drastically cutting down his strikeouts. He also batted an encouraging .269 with an on-base percentage of .361 against left-handers. At the same time, he showed virtually no semblance of the power or speed that made him the team’s top prospect in the eyes of some scouts after a 33-homer, 21-steal campaign at Double-A Tulsa just a season before. With the outfield being the deepest position in the organization, Wheeler will be given additional time at Triple-A to hone his game. He still has 20-20 potential in the majors if he can synthesize the full range of offensive skills he has shown over the past two seasons.

2012

Wheeler erupted with his 33-homer performance at Double-A Tulsa, despite a one month drought that started in late July while he was looking for elusive No. 30. His combination of power and speed makes him an intriguing keeper league target, but there are warts here. Wheeler was picked apart by lefties, hitting just .236/.322/.401 against them in 209 plate appearances last season and experiencing similar difficulty during his time in the Arizona Fall League. Further, his 75 percent contact rate makes it unlikely that he'll remain .287 hitter as he continues to advance. At 24, he's not a finished product, but we'd like to see improvement against southpaws or an improved contact rate to believe that he'll be a 30-homer threat in the big leagues down the road.

2010

Wheeler projects as a speedy, contact hitter with the ability to play a sound center field. If there is any flaw to his game, it might be that Wheeler does not project as a power hitter. He played 68 games in Low-A last season and held his own (.256/.332/.381). There is certainly work to be done with his bat, but he knows how to steal bases and he puts the ball in play. The Rockies have a number of center-field candidates in the system, but Wheeler's presence provides depth at a critical position. While his power may increase, Wheeler has to continue to refine his game against quality pitching and work his way through the system with an ETA of 2012.