23-Year-Old Second Baseman – Toronto Blue Jays
2015 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
After a monster season in 2013, Travis saw his first action at Double-A Erie last season. He was derailed by a chest injury early in the season, but after returning to health and shaking off the rust,...
The Blue Jays are leaning toward starting Travis (abdomen) at Triple-A Buffalo next season, Mike Wilner of Sportsnet.ca reports.
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Toronto Blue Jays Roster
MajorsBarnes, Scott (P)
AAAAyala, Luis (P)
AAAldridge, Cory (OF)
A+Boyd, Matt (P)
AAlford, Anthony (OF)
RookieAnderson, Jacob (OF)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
The diminutive (5-foot-9, 183-pound) second baseman made a big splash while splitting time between Low-A West Michigan and High-A Lakeland in 2013, hitting .351/.418/.518 with 16 homers, 76 RBI and 93 runs in 504 at-bats. His stellar performance led to Minor League Offensive Player of the Year honors via the fan vote Ė Houstonís George Springer took home the award as voted by MiLB staff members. Travis displayed good plate discipline in his first full season in the minors, drawing 53 walks while striking out just 64 times. He also did some damage on the basepaths with 22 steals. While his base-running instincts could lead to decent stolen-base totals in the majors, Travis doesnít have the speed to be a huge threat in the steals department. Defensively, Travis has a strong arm for a second baseman with good hands and decent range. As a 13th-round draft pick in 2012, Travis hasnít seen much hype in the prospect world, but he could earn more attention and start to warrant legitimate consideration as a future major leaguer with another solid showing in 2014 at the higher levels of the minors.