32-Year-Old Pitcher – Chicago White Sox
2013 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Tony Pena Jr. in 2013. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Tony Pena Jr. Contract Information:
Agreed to a minor league contract with the White Sox in January of 2013.
An MRI on Pena's shoulder came back negative, WEEI.com reports.
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2013 Stat Review for Tony Pena Jr. As compared to the top 200 starting pitchers in 2012 (min 40 in)
A collection of stats that measure different skills.
A few general measures of a pitcher's effectiveness.
Balls in play avg. and % of runners left stranded.
Chicago White Sox Roster
MajorsAbreu, Jose (1B)
AAAAnderson, Bryan (C)
AABaisley, Jeff (3B)
A+Hawkins, Courtney (OF)
AAnderson, Tim (SS)
RookieCiolli, Nick (OF)
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Worst Matchups for Tony Pena Jr. (by OPS against, min 1 AB)
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Tony Pena Jr.: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Tony Pena Jr..
Pena's talents start and end with his glove, as he is completely lost at the plate. Both his batting average and OBP were under .200, and he lost his starting shortstop job to Mike Aviles in the first week of June. His defensive prowess should keep him on the team, but won't guarantee him anything better than a utility role.
Pena was traded to Kansas City in March 2007 and quickly found himself the teamís starting shortstop as a result of lack of organizational depth at the postion. He also hit better than anyone expected in 2007, putting the ball in play 85 percent of the time. He doesnít walk much, drawing just 10 in í07, and had just 48 in a three-year minor league career. He will hit at the bottom of the KC lineup, probably with a mediocre average, and man shortstop on a daily basis.
Pena has a good glove, which may land him a utility role, but he offers little for fantasy owners at the plate or on the basepaths. He'll try to win a reserve role this spring.
Pena has a good glove, but doesn't hit enough to win any kind of regular job in the majors. He could get a shot as a utility player at some point with the Braves, but his upside is limited and he offers little speed.