20-Year-Old Outfielder – Seattle Mariners
2016 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
The sixth overall pick in the 2014 draft was believed to have the most offensive upside of any hitter in that class, but he has been unable to gain much momentum in the lower levels of the minor leagu...
Alex Jackson Contract Information:
Signed with Mariners for a $4.2 million signing bonus in June 2014.
Jackson will be held back in extended spring training this year, Baseball America's J.J. Cooper reports.
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Seattle Mariners Roster
MajorsAoki, Norichika (OF)
AABaron, Steve (C)
A+Cousino, Austin (OF)
ABishop, Braden (OF)
RookieAndrade, Greifer (3B)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Drafted sixth overall by the Mariners in June, Jackson was considered to be the top prep bat in the 2014 draft class. He projects to have plus right-handed power, and he has a plus arm that the Mariners hope to utilize in right field down the road. Jackson has good bat speed and strength at 6-foot-2, 210 pounds, which should only improve as he develops and fills out. Jackson fractured a cheek bone trying to make a catch last summer in rookie ball, but he returned to finish his pro debut with an .820 OPS. He is at least a couple years away, but keeper leagues should make the investment now, if they haven't already.