Enyel De Los Santos
23-Year-Old PitcherRP
Philadelphia Phillies
2019 Fantasy Outlook
After coming over in a December trade for Freddy Galvis, De Los Santos began the season hot with Triple-A Lehigh Valley, posting an excellent 1.89 ERA through his first 16 starts. That earned him a mid-July promotion, and he bounced between Triple-A and the majors the rest of the year. He was unable to carry that success over to the big leagues, posting a mediocre 4.74 ERA in 19 innings, with an 18.5% strikeout rate and 9.9% walk rate which were both worse than the league average. His minor-league dominance looks less impressive when examining the underlying stats as well, as he finished his Triple-A campaign with a FIP 1.41 runs above his ERA. Still, De Los Santos has shown promise as a potential back-end starter. He remains stuck behind several young pitchers, so he's unlikely to get a chance in the Phillies' rotation right away, but he'll compete for a bullpen spot and could be one of the first pitchers called on when a starter gets injured. Read Past Outlooks
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