24-Year-Old Catcher – San Francisco Giants
2017 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Aramis Garcia in 2017. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Aramis Garcia Contract Information:
Signed with the Giants in July of 2014.
Garcia (facial fracture) was placed on the DL on Monday and is out indefinitely, Joe Ritzo of the San Jose Giants reports.
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Aramis Garcia: Minor League Games Played By Position
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San Francisco Giants Roster
MajorsAdrianza, Ehire (SS)
AAABlanks, Kyle (1B)
AAArroyo, Christian (SS)
A+Agosta, Martin (P)
ACabrera, Gustavo (OF)
RookieAdon, Melvin (P)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Aramis Garcia.
Things were looking good for Garcia with Low-A Augusta, as he slashed .273/.350/.467 in 83 games before being promoted to High-A San Jose. His play took a turn for the worse with the promotion, as he looked overmatched, albeit in a small sample size, against the increased pitching difficulty at the next level (.227/.310/.280 in 20 games). Even with the late season struggles, Garcia is still considered one of the better hitting catching prospects in baseball. Getting to The Show as a regular will be tough if he stays with this organization, as the Giants have arguably the best catcher in baseball in Buster Posey along with a good young backup in Andrew Susac. If Garcia is able to get his bat back on track in the minors this season, he could be used as a bargaining chip at the trade deadline. If Garcia was moved to an organization in need of a catcher, his value in dynasty leagues would tick up, but he is still too far away to focus heavily on the big league depth chart.