45-Year-Old Catcher – Free Agent
2016 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Tom Wilson in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Tom Wilson Contract Information:
The Rockies agreed in principle to a minor league deal with Wilson in January of 2005. Signed a minor league deal including a spring NRI with the Marlins in February 2006.
Wilson will be assigned to the Marlins' minor league camp sometime this week, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Tom Wilson.
The Dodgers acquired Wilson from the Mets late last season. He saw limited action last year and if he sticks with the Dodgers this year it will only be in a reserve role.
Hit like Woodrow Wilson after the All-Star Break and saw his playing time dwindle once Kevin Cash was called up. He'll be first base eligible (14 games in 2003) in some leagues, but he's slotted behind Greg Myers, Cash and Josh Phelps when allocating at-bats at the C/DH spots. There's not going to be many at-bats for him in Toronto in 2004.
Should hit better than he showed in 2002, though he's still a solid backup plan at catcher (8 HRs, .257 average) even if he repeats. Toronto pitchers showed a preference throwing to Ken Huckaby, which could limit Wilson's at-bats again. Expect more of the same at-bat wise, though it wouldn't stun us to see HR total increase by a few if he can get additional spot duty against lefties.