30-Year-Old Pitcher – Free Agent
2015 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Clint Everts in 2015. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Clint Everts Contract Information:
Re-signed by the Blue Jays on a minor league contract in December of 2010.
The Mets traded Everts to the Blue Jays on Saturday to complete the trade for minor league outfielder Jorge Padilla, ESPN New York's Adam Rubin reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Clint Everts.
Everts came back from Tommy John surgery to strike out better than a batter an inning as a 21-year-old at High-A. His control both in and out of the strike zone was predictably shaky but the raw stuff is still there, which is excellent news for a Washington system starved for high-ceiling prospects. Look for him to tackle Double-A for the first time in 2007, and if he can pass that test a 2008 major league debut seems well within his reach.
Everts missed all of 2005 after undergoing Tommy John surgery. Assuming he suffers no setbacks in his recovery, he'll come back as a 21-year-old who's struck out better than a batter an inning so far in his pro career -- don't forget about him when it comes time to restock your minor league roster.
Everts' promising career hit a pothole, as Tommy John surgery will have him missing all of 2005. He's still very young and very talented, so assuming all went well with the surgery he could be in the Nats major league plans as soon as 2007.
By default, Everts is the Expos' top prospect. He struggled a bit in his first pro season, but he'll open 2004 still a teenager -- give him time.
Everts was the Expos 5th overall pick in 2002 entry draft, and a high school teammate of Mets # 1 pick Scott Kazmir. The MLB owned team did not opt for a budget pick in 2003, and Everts signed for $2.5 million in August. High school pitchers as 1st rounders are always a risk, but Everts is an exceptional athlete who could actually be developed as a middle-infielder. He currently possesses three plus-pitches. Scouts rated his curveball the best in the very deep 2002 draft. Itís a deep biting, power curve that comes in between 78-84 mph. Itís a great compliment to his mid-nineties fastball, but he also has an excellent circle change that some feel is actually better than the power curve. 2003 will be his first year of pro-ball. Heís expected to begin the season in Rookie Ball but could make his way to Low-A Savannah, as many expect him to move through the somewhat barren system quickly.