20-Year-Old Second Baseman – Colorado Rockies
2016 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
As a 19-year-old Wall slashed .280/.355/.438 with seven home runs and 23 steals (on 32 attempts) in 416 plate appearances at Low-A. Additionally, he maintained an excellent approach, and now boasts a ...
Forrest Wall Contract Information:
Signed with the Rockies in June of 2014.
Wall, 20, is hitting .342 with four steals over his last 10 games for High-A Modesto.
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Forrest Wall: Minor League Games Played By Position
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Colorado Rockies Roster
MajorsAdames, Cristhian (SS)
AAABarnes, Brandon (OF)
AAAlmonte, Yency (P)
A+Bello, Yoelly (P)
AHill, David (P)
RookieAbreu, Willie (OF)
Forrest Wall: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
The Rockies nabbed Wall, a high school infielder from Florida, with their Competitive Balance Round pick in Juneís draft, inking him quickly and assigning him to their rookie-level club at Grand Junction. While there, Wall lived up to his billing as a player with advanced plate discipline (14.4 BB% over 188 plate appearances) and plus speed (18 stolen bases). As is often the case with most young players with slight builds, Wall figures to add a little more power over time, but itís his ability to hit for contact, draw walks and wreak havoc on the basepaths that will drive his long-term value. Though Wall possesses the ranginess to play shortstop, a labrum tear suffered during his amateur days still seems to be compromising his arm strength, which could permanently relegate him to second base. For now, the Rockies will let his performance against advanced pitching dictate how quickly he progresses through their system. Look for the 19-year-old to spend the 2015 campaign at Low-A Asheville.