42-Year-Old Designated Hitter – Free Agent
2013 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Carl Everett in 2013. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Carl Everett Contract Information:
Agreed to a one-year, $3.4 million contract in December 2005 with a 2007 club option that guarantees a $600,000 buyout. Cleared waivers and was released by the Mariners in August of 2006.
Everett says he's close to signing a contract with the Long Island Ducks of the independent Atlantic League, the St. Petersburg Times reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Carl Everett.
Everett's 2005 was nothing to write home about, but he did yeoman's work early while Frank Thomas rehabbed for his ultimately futile return. If the Mariners can find him 400+ at bats, and he's healthy enough to take them, he should put up decent power numbers again.
Everett exercised his player option for 2005 - a good decision since no one was going to be handing him $4 million voluntarily coming off an injury-plagued year. If Frank Thomas misses the beginning of the year Everett could start at DH, but otherwise it's hard to see where he fits in on the Sox, other than as a bench bat.
Everett had a nice bounce-back campaign in 2003, posting his best numbers since his first season in Boston. While health is always a concern, he could benefit from playing in Montreal and the 22 games in hitter-friendly Hiram Bithorn Stadium in Puerto Rico.
Once he finally got healthy, he hit, and hit well, posting a .360 average over the final two months of the season. There wasn't a lot of power in those numbers (just six home runs), but he was one of Texas' best players the final two months. While it might be foolish to expect a return to his halcyon days of 1999-2000, the Ballpark can help him return to a .280/20-25 HR level with oodles of RBI hitting behind some pretty solid bats in the middle of the Texas order. There's a lot of upside here.