21-Year-Old Outfielder – New York Mets
2014 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
Nimmo began the year on fire, but regressed a bit and was then sidelined for nearly a month due to hand and back injuries. When Nimmo returned in late May, his struggles continued, and despite an Augu...
Brandon Nimmo Contract Information:
Drafted 13th overall in 2011 and signed for $2.1 million in July 2011.
Nimmo has gotten off to a strong start, batting .407/.507/.542 through 15 games at High-A St. Lucie.
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New York Mets Roster
MajorsBrown, Andrew (OF)
AAAAbreu, Bobby (OF)
A+Matz, Steven (P)
AFulmer, Michael (P)
RookieBashlor, Ty (P)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Nimmo showed a good eye at the plate while making his debut in the New York-Penn League in 2012, drawing a walk in 15 percent of his plate appearances while carrying a .372 OBP. However, he did not make contact very often (71 percent) and it may take him significantly longer to develop moving through the Mets' system after being drafted out of high school in Wyoming in 2011, which limited his experience to Legion Ball. Given the longer development path, and that his ceiling may not be overwhelmingly high anyway, rostering Nimmo may require a league format with very deep minor league reserves.
The Mets drafted Nimmo 13th overall in 2011 despite that the fact that he did not play high school ball while growing up in Wyoming. He signed for $2.1 million just before the signing deadline, enabling him to play 10 games in rookie ball. Nimmo has been projected to possibly be a Von Hayes-like player, but don't expect him to be ready until 2014 at the earliest as he'll make his full-season debut in April.