22-Year-Old Pitcher – Boston Red Sox
2014 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
Light's development took a hit in 2013 when he lost two months to a hamstring injury and he finished with just 34.1 innings. The tall righty has a good pitcher's frame, but there's some work to do. Hi...
Pat Light Contract Information:
Signed a contract for $1 million with Boston in June 2012.
Light has been working on his conditioning and nutrition during the offseason, the Boston Globe reports. The 37th overall pick in the 2012 draft, Light had a rough 2013 season, pitching just 34.1 innings and suffering a hamstring injury that cost him two months.
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Boston Red Sox Roster
MajorsBadenhop, Burke (P)
AAABarnes, Matt (P)
AABachanov, Jon (P)
A+Betts, Mookie (2B)
AButtrey, Ty (P)
RookieAlmonte, Jose (P)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Light was Boston's first-round draft pick out of Monmouth University in 2012. He has a long frame that can handle the added weight as he matures. His fastball is mid-90s and tops out 97 mph. Light has a very smooth delivery with good downhill trajectory. He'll need to develop his slider and changeup in order to remain a starter, but should have success with just a fastball at Low-A. He could develop into a late-inning reliever, with closer potential.