20-Year-Old Outfielder – Philadelphia Phillies
2016 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Carlos Tocci in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Tocci suffered a broken left hand Wednesday after being hit by a pitch while playing for Tigres de Aragua in the Venezuelan Winter League, the league's official site reports.
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Philadelphia Phillies Roster
MajorsAltherr, Aaron (OF)
AAAAppel, Mark (P)
AAAlfaro, Jorge (C)
A+Arano, Victor (P)
RookieBrito, Daniel (SS)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Carlos Tocci.
Tocci hit .242/.297/.324 with two home runs and 10 stolen bases in 487 at-bats for Low-A Lakewood last year. The numbers were an improvement on his 2013 totals at the same level, but are still subpar. His prospect status is based on his tools and potential rather than the results at this stage of his career. The Phillies' primary focus for Tocci the past few years has been to get more weight and muscle on his 6-foot-2 frame. The 19-year-old Tocci weighs just 160 and struggles to drive the ball with authority. That should improve as he matures. He also has the potential to develop into a plus defender in center. The team may send him back to Low-A for a third straight year as they wait for the bat to start to catch up to the defensive skill set.
A look at Tocci’s stats at Low-A Lakewood last season would make you question his inclusion on any prospect list. He is a bit overmatched right now, but he was just 17 years old last season and was playing in full-season ball. He was the youngest player in the South Atlantic League and the second-youngest player in full-season ball. Tocci needs more time to mature physically, but the tools are there for him to be a solid center fielder down the road. The Phillies clearly have faith in him as they left him at Low-A all season, despite his struggles with the bat. The assumption is that Tocci will eventually hit for average and start to make more use of his speed on the base paths. He is unlikely to ever hit for much power, however.