20-Year-Old Outfielder – Los Angeles Angels
2018 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
The Angelsí farm system is no longer a laughing stock. Several five-tool outfield prospects and projectable lower-level arms have contributed to the changing of the tide, but Jones is the ringleader. ...
The Angels reassigned Jones to their minor-league camp Saturday.
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Los Angeles Angels Roster
MajorsAlvarez, Jose (P)
AAABarria, Jaime (P)
AACastillo, Jesus (P)
A+Jones, Jahmai (OF)
ABaldoquin, Roberto (SS)
RookieAdell, Jo (OF)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Jones is to the Angels farm system what Mike Trout is to the big league roster. He is a beacon in dark, desolate waters; a counter to the argument that they still have the worst system in baseball. First base prospect Matt Thaiss is plenty interesting in fantasy, but Jones is the real-life prize. A sturdy yet athletic 6-foot, 215-pound specimen in center field, Jones boasts plus speed, an above average hit tool and enough bat speed to project as a 20-plus homer hitter in his peak years. He was excellent over 226 plate appearances against Pioneer League pitching (121 wRC+, 29:21 K:BB) and earned a brief 16-game run in the Midwest League just after his 19th birthday in August. Even after last season, he is still an unknown quantity in certain circles, and the common "worst system in baseball" refrain could lead to his being undervalued heading into 2017. This might be the last chance to buy at a palatable price, as he has the tools to finish the season as a top-50 prospect in the game.