Kean Wong
23-Year-Old Second Baseman2B
Tampa Bay Rays AAA
2019 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Kean Wong in 2019. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2BTampa Bay Rays  AAA
April 26, 2014
Wong, 19, is hitting .338/.384/.426 with a 5:9 BB:K over 18 games at Low-A Bowling Green this season.
ANALYSIS
The younger brother of Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong, Kean bypassed the opportunity of following in his brother's footsteps and playing collegiality at the University of Hawaii to sign as a fourth-round selection of the Rays in 2013. Thus far in his pro career, Wong has been used at the keystone, despite offering positional versatility as a high school player that included the possibility of being developed as a catcher. At second base, he could move a bit more rapidly through the minors, although Wong's status as a high school draftee in the Rays' organization points to a three or four-year progression toward the big leagues, if everything goes as planned.
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2015 Fantasy Outlook
The former fourth-round pick in 2013 spent all of last season at Low-A Bowling Green, where he was able to hit for average and little else. He is the younger brother of Kolten Wong, and while they both man the keystone and are similar in stature, Kean does not share his brother’s upside. In 454 plate appearances at Low-A, Wong slashed .306/.347/.370 with two home runs and 13 steals (in 20 attempts). The best argument for Wong developing into a big league regular is that he could have a similar makeup and hit tool, and will work as hard as possible to maximize his abilities, but even then he would likely be just a second division player. He is just 19 years old, so there is a chance he could develop some power down the line, but his distant ETA and low ceiling combine to make him unappealing in most dynasty leagues.