35-Year-Old Catcher – Free Agent
2017 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Lou Palmisano in 2017. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Lou Palmisano Contract Information:
Released by Houston in May 2009.
The Astros offered Rule 5 pick Palmisano back to the Brewers, but Milwaukee declined the offer, and Palmisano will be assigned to Triple-A Round Rock, MLB.com reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Lou Palmisano.
Palmisano had a terrific first half in 2007 but fell hard in the second half and ended with a .256/.368/.419 line. His biggest assets are his defense and ability to get on base. He profiles as a backup catcher if he makes it to the majors.
Palmisano had a dismal season in 2005, hitting .255 with a .309 OBP for high-A Brevard County. He's still the best catching prospect in the Milwaukee farm system, but don't expect him to make the majors any time soon.
Palmisano had a solid season at low Single-A Beloit, but the Brewers were hoping for a little bit more. He's still the top catching prospect in the Brewers minor league system. He hit .293 with a respectable .371 OBP but only hit seven HR and 22 doubles. He also needs to progress behind the plate before he can be considered for a major league job. Palmisano may begin the season at high Single-A, but it's more likely that he'll jump to Double-A for 2005.