22-Year-Old OutfielderOF
Chicago White Sox AA
2019 Fantasy Outlook
The best season of Adolfo's career was cut short when he opted for Tommy John surgery in July. A prized international signing in 2013, Adolfo would showcase his monster raw power in batting practice, but only started getting to it regularly in games at Low-A in 2017. He followed that campaign up by continuing to exhibit light-tower power to all fields while upping his walk rate from 6.6% to 10.1% and cutting his strikeout rate from 31.5% to 27.4%. Adolfo also improved his batted-ball profile, upping his Oppo% from 26.8% to 34.2% and increasing his LD% from 18.6% to 22.6%. Nobody expects him to hit for a notably high average in the big leagues, but as long as he is taking his fair share of walks and hitting around .250, his bat would profile in the middle of a big-league lineup. Of course, given the 22-year-old's swing-and-miss issues, he may also just not hit enough to factor into the White Sox's outfield mix. He could return to game action in March. Read Past Outlooks
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