Jeremy Rhoades
25-Year-Old PitcherRP
Los Angeles Angels A+
2018 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Jeremy Rhoades in 2018. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
PLos Angeles Angels  A+
June 6, 2014
The Angels have selected Rhoades with the 119th overall pick of the 2014 first-year player draft.
ANALYSIS
After working exclusively out of the bullpen in 2013, Rhoades split his time between starting and relief work as a junior at Illinois State this spring. It's expected that he'll be developed as a reliever as a professional, as he boasts a swing-and-miss slider that he commands well, and a fastball that tops out at 94 mph. His biggest short term hurdle will be repeating his delivery more consistently, as he loses command of his fastball at times.
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2016 Fantasy Outlook
After a stellar final two seasons at Illinois State, Rhoades was selected with the 119th overall pick of the 2014 first-year player draft by the Angels. Rhoades split time between the bullpen and starting rotation in college, but has started almost exclusively the last two seasons. While he boasted a K/9 rate over 10 in his first year at High-A Inland Empire, he was bitten by the home run allowing 14 in 50.2 innings. While his excellent showing with the Redbirds has led him to begin his professional career in the rotation, he may profile better in the bullpen, where he can mitigate the damage from his shaky command, (3.2 BB/9 last season) and maximize the value of his fastball, which can top out at 94 miles per hour. Coming off his homer-prone season, Rhoades looks to be a candidate to remain at Inland Empire to begin 2016.