40-Year-Old Designated Hitter – Free Agent
2015 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Brad Fullmer in 2015. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Brad Fullmer Contract Information:
One-year deal, $1 million with Texas for 2004. Filed for free agency in Nov. 2004. Texas declined to offer Fullmer arbitration in December of 2004. Fullmer signed a minor league deal with the White Sox in July of 2005.
Fullmer recently signed a minor league deal with the White Sox, but is on the DL at Triple-A Charlotte with a bad knee, FutureSox.com reports.
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Brad Fullmer: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Brad Fullmer.
Fullmer's now a 31-year-old DH two years removed from any semblance of major league success. He'll turn up somewhere, but it may take a rash of injuries to other people to get him back in a big league uniform for more than a cup of coffee.
More knee problems ended Fullmer's season. Mix in a few singles and his 2004 season was the same as years past, featuring good power and a good batting eye. He could be a nice cheap DH option for a bargain shopper now that he's a free agent.
A ruptured patella tendon in his right knee ended Fullmer's season last June, as well as his tenure with the Angels. He'll walk into the starting job at 1B/DH for the Rangers that opened up with Rafael Palmeiro's departure. Fullmer may be off many people's fantasy radar screens because of his long injury layoff last year. His career numbers indicate that he shouldn't go high among AL corner infielders, but if he's available late, he'll be a great value play.
Fullmer is mainly used as the Angels designated hitter (but will see some games at first base) and had solid numbers in 2002 with a .289 batting average, 19 HR and 59 RBI. However, those numbers are attributable in part to Fullmer being the only DH bat available after Shawn Wooten's spring-training injury. Don't expect a repeat in 2003. Look for him to platoon at first with Scott Spiezio and DH with Wooten.