38-Year-Old Outfielder – Free Agent
2014 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Dustan Mohr in 2014. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Dustan Mohr Contract Information:
Released by Colorado in July 2008.
Mohr was released by the Rockies' organization on Thursday.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Dustan Mohr.
When Mohr pulled his calf during an Opening Day victory celebration, no one expected it would be his season's defining moment. He did have a career-high 17 home runs, but hit a measly .214 and struck out every 2.83 at-bats. He opted for free agency in the offseason with hopes (very slim) of finding a starting job.
Mohr spent the 2004 season coming off the bench in the crowded Giants outfield, mostly subbing for right fielder Michael Tucker. He'll continue a reserve role this season. While we are not high on his abilities, his signing with Colorado should make him worth a look if he wins playing time.
Mohr had settled in as a nice fourth outfielder for the Twins with solid defensive skills and moderate power, but now will be filling that role for the Giants after a December trade. While he's best-suited to role-player status, he'll be considered as part of the mix for the Giants' starting right field job, along with Michael Tucker and Jeffrey Hammonds.
Mohr was one of the three primary players used in RF for the Twins last year and will compete for that job. Of the three, (Michael Cuddyer and Bobby Kielty are the others) Mohr has the least upside. He did show some good power (12 HR in just 383 at bats), but he struggled in the second half of the season. Hit just .229 after the All-Star break as the league seemed to catch up to him. Faded to the bottom of the OF depth chart but in the playoffs he was used in RF for his defense and his bat came to life (.471 in the ALCS), reviving his chances for a significant role this season. Still, we think he'll eventually project as a fifth outfielder on a deep Twins roster.