24-Year-Old Catcher – San Francisco Giants
2014 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
After a disappointing season with High-A San Jose in 2012, the Giants' top catching prospect bounced back in 2013. Susac put together a .256/.362/.458 line with an impressive .373 wOBA and a solid 129...
Susac went 2-for-2 with two RBI, two walks, and his first home run of the spring against the Rangers on Thursday.
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San Francisco Giants Roster
MajorsAdrianza, Ehire (SS)
AAAAbreu, Tony (2B)
AABlackburn, Clayton (P)
A+Blach, Ty (P)
AAgosta, Martin (P)
RookieArroyo, Christian (SS)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Susacís first professional season in High-A was considered a disappointment after hitting .244/.351/.380 with nine home runs in 426 plate appearances. Projected to a big time power hitter, his .136 ISO is especially concerning considering that he is not coming out of high school. Susac's strength in 2012 was his ability to get on base via the walk (12.3 percent walk rate), but his strikeout rate (23.5 percent) will keep him from hitting for average. Defensively, he has an above average arm and moves well behind the plate. The Giants still could project him as a solid everyday backstop, but he will not be ready until at least 2014.