Starlin Castro
30-Year-Old Second Baseman2B
Washington Nationals
2020 Fantasy Outlook
Castro played in all 162 games for Miami and was rewarded by the Marlins declining his team option, making him a free agent this winter. He signed a two-year, $12 million deal with the Nationals in January. His compiler skills were allowed to be on full display with the Marlins because they had nothing else, and while Washington may not allow him to play quite as often as Miami did, Castro remains a strong bet to clear 600 PA. His skills have been rather consistent in that Castro rarely walks, makes decent contact and has used that approach to put up a career .280 batting average. He has made nearly 6,200 trips to the plate in the majors, so he feels a lot older than 30. A lot will depend on where he slots into the Nats' lineup. What he did last year for a rebuilding club should be commended, but his low-OBP profile figures to push him to the bottom half of the order, limiting his counting stats. Read Past Outlooks
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