24-Year-Old Third Baseman – Miami Marlins
2013 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
Cox was flipped to Miami from the Cardinals at the 2012 trade deadline for reliever Edward Mujica. A former first-round pick, Cox has never truly broken out in the minors, posting a .762 OPS over 925 ...
Cox, 23, is hitting .340/.453/.453 with five RBI and one steal through 16 games for Double-A Jacksonville.
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Miami Marlins Roster
MajorsAlvarez, Henderson (P)
AAAAlbaladejo, Jonathan (P)
AAAllar, Brent (P)
A+DeSclafani, Anthony (P)
ABrice, Austin (P)
RookieAustin, Chase (2B)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
David Freese's postseason emergence may slow Cox's arrival to the big leagues, but the 22-year-old clearly has a bright future. He hit a respectable .293/.355/.432 with Double-A Springfield last year, and he projects as a high-OBP hitter with moderate power. There isn't a lot of speed there, and his BB:K ratio (29:69) needs some improvement, but Cox could end up being a decent option at the hot corner by the middle of the decade.
Cox was drafted in the first round last June and is projected as a high-average, high-OBP hitter with moderate power. He's just 21, but given that the Cardinals have a need at third base, he's a name to know in deep leagues when it comes time to draft in 2011. Defensively, he still needs some polish, but the opportunity to collect big league at-bats is here should he prove capable of fielding his position.