43-Year-Old Outfielder – Free Agent
2017 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Brady Clark in 2017. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Brady Clark Contract Information:
Released by the White Sox in March of 2010.
Clark is done for the season after undergoing microfracture surgery on his right knee this past week.
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|2007 (Multiple Teams)||34||MAJ||LAD/SDG||68||123||107||13||28||7||5||2||0||11||1||3||14||18||1||0||1||.262||.352||.346||.698|
|Career (View All)||785||2,318||2,015||264||559||140||97||7||36||210||48||33||208||252||23||18||54||.277||.358||.386||.744|
Brady Clark Split Stats (View Full Split Stats)
|Year||Age||Lg||Tm||PA||AB||Walk Rate||Strikeout Rate||BB/K Ratio||Contact Rate||BABIP||Isolated Power|
|2007 (Multiple Teams)||34||MAJ||LAD/SDG||123||107||11.4%||14.6%||0.78||83%||.315||.084|
Brady Clark: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Brady Clark.
Clark is a 34-year-old journeyman; he played for three organizations last year along. To his credit, he's a good fielder and a serviceable offensive player, but he's unlikely to win an everyday job and he doesn't provide too much fantasy value as a part-timer in most situations.
After a fine 2005 season, Clark was handed the starting center field job in 2006, but failed to hold onto it for the entire season. The 33 year-old Clark hit just .263 and was moved to a bench role for the final month of the season. He'll resume that bench role in 2007 for the Brewers, getting some spot starts and pinch hitting opportunities.
Clark surprised just about everyone in his first season as a starter. Problem is, he'll turn 33 in April and never hit that well before. He'll enter the season as the starter, but will be pushed by Corey Hart and Nelson Cruz.
Clark spent much of 2004 as the super utility outfielder. He did get a starting role late in the season after the Brewers traded Ben Grieve, but he's better suited as a fourth or fifth outfielder. Still, he'll challenge Dave Kryzel for the starting centefield job after the trade of Scott Podsednik.
Clark made the most of his opportunity as the Brewers' fifth outfielder in 2003. He took over a starting spot when Geoff Jenkins broke his thumb and ended the season hitting .273 with 13 SB. He will try to work his way on to the team again this spring as a reserve outfielder.
Clark had five hits in his dozen plate appearances with the Mets after getting traded by the Reds for Shawn Estes. With the Mets outfield unsettled, he might get a chance to play, but don't expect much.