27-Year-Old Pitcher – Free Agent
2017 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Cory Mazzoni in 2017. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Mazzoni was designated for assignment by the Padres on Tuesday.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Cory Mazzoni.
The Padres decided Mazzoni warranted a look with the big club after a relatively strong start with Triple-A El Paso, but the audition was ill-fated, to put it mildly. Mazzoni was blasted for 20 earned runs in just 8.2 frames with San Diego, five more than he allowed in 34 innings with El Paso before the promotion. He was ultimately recalled and placed on the 60-day DL in early September with a shoulder strain, but the right-hander maintained his spot on the 40-man roster at the November Rule 5 deadline, suggesting the team has plans for him to contribute at the highest level in 2016. However, he will need to prove his health and turn in better results in spring training to earn a spot among the relief corps, and even if he does that, it's hard to imagine he will separate from the front-end in a bullpen that lacks defined roles heading into camp.
Mazzoni suffered a strained right lat muscle during the final week of Grapefruit League play, which kept him out of action until June. It was a disappointing setback to the former second-round pick's development, and he was unable to really get going following his return, posting ERAs of 4.50 or higher at each of his four stops. Despite lackluster numbers in four starts between High-A and Double-A, the Mets promoted Mazzoni to Triple-A Las Vegas following the All-Star break. He finished with a 4.67 ERA in nine starts with the affiliate, but Mazzoni struck out four batters for every one he walked (49:12 K:BB) and his 4.18 FIP suggests he was somewhat unlucky. It's tough to evaluate pitching prospects in the Pacific Coast League given the skewed results, but Mazzoni's ability to miss bats at a decent clip while limiting the free passes could put him in the competition for a middle-relief role in spring training.
Signed with the Mets in June 2011