49-Year-Old Catcher – Free Agent
2016 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Todd Pratt in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Todd Pratt Contract Information:
Pratt was invited to spring training after he signed a minor-league deal with the Yankees in Jan. of 2007. Released by the Yankees in March of 2007.
Pratt was released on Friday.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Todd Pratt.
His defense may not be enough to find a job next season since he's 39 and hit just .207/.272/.341 in a backup role with the Braves last season.
Pratt had a decent season backing up Mike Lieberthal and serving as Jon Lieber's personal catcher. He can still hit a lefthander and tutor a young catcher. That's the role he'll play as Atlanta's backup catcher.
The veteran backup catcher is winding down his career, and logged a decent season for the Phillies. He hit into a triple play on August 19th, for you trivia buffs.
Pratt had a down season offensively compared to 2002, but he is still a dependable backup catcher behind Mike Lieberthal. This on-base and slugging percentages were down, but his homers (4) and RBI (20) were equal to 2002.
The prototype backup catcher who will get to keep his job for another season, with the trade of Johnny Estrada.