48-Year-Old Pitcher – Free Agent
2017 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Pete Walker in 2017. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Pete Walker Contract Information:
One-year deal with Blue Jays in February of 2006. Refused an assignment to the minors and became a free agent in Oct. of 2006. Minor league deal with Blue Jays in Feb. 2007. Granted his release in March of 2007. Walker signed a minor-league deal with the Yankees in May of 2007.
Walker (shoulder) signed a minor-league deal with the Yankees on Monday.
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Pete Walker: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Pete Walker.
Walker battled shoulder problems for much of the season and declared his free agency following the campaign when the Blue Jays removed him from their 40-man roster. He hopes to land a swing role somewhere in 2007, but rotator cuff surgery in July clouds his future.
Walker returned from Japan to resume a familiar role: chewing up innings as a swingman. He's an innings-eater and nothing more.
Shoulder woes and a pretty significant knee injury sidelined Walker for much of the middle part of the season, and his starts upon his return were wisely used to see if Josh Towers had anything to offer. Miguel Batista, Pat Hentgen and Ted Lilly's addition to the Toronto rotation really just leave the fifth spot open only if Josh Towers struggles. It's not expected to be filled by Walker.
Pretty solid season, first as a reliever and then a starter, after a waiver claim in May from the Mets. Will enter the 2003 season as Toronto's No. 3 starter behind Roy Halladay and Cory Lidle barring any more trades. Will be a decent bet for 12 wins if the Jays can produce average run support for him.