22-Year-Old Outfielder – Colorado Rockies
2015 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
On the heels of a power surge a season earlier at Low-A Asheville, Herrera was viewed as the Rockiesí top middle infield prospect entering 2014. He was expected to remain productive upon moving to the...
Herrera, 22, is batting .258/.315/.360 with three homers and six stolen bases across 365 plate appearances.
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Colorado Rockies Roster
MajorsArenado, Nolan (3B)
AAAAdames, Cristhian (SS)
AAArrowood, Ryan (P)
A+Alsup, Ben (P)
ABalog, Alex (P)
RookieFreeland, Kyle (P)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
While Trevor Story entered the 2013 campaign as the Rockiesí top infield prospect by most counts, it was Herrera who captured most of the attention by seasonís end. Despite amassing only nine total homers in 989 plate appearances over his first three seasons in the minors, Herrera busted out with 16 long balls at Low-A Asheville en route to an absurd .343/.419/.515 season battling line. Itís not uncommon for young hitters - especially highly-regarded international ones - to have the kind of breakthrough that Herrera had in his second go-around of the Sally League, but heíll need to prove himself against higher quality competition before scouts buy into him completely. With Troy Tulowitzki not expected to relocate from shortstop anytime soon, the Rockies will give Herrera plenty of time to develop in the minors. Heíll likely spend the entire 2014 season at High-A Modesto.