Dermis Garcia
21-Year-Old Third Baseman3B
2019 Fantasy Outlook
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$Signed with the Yankees in July of 2014.
Reports to Low-A
3BNew York Yankees  A
May 17, 2018
Garcia (undisclosed) has been assigned to Low-A Charleston, Brendan Kuty of NJ.com reports.
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Garcia is set to make his 2018 debut after missing the first bit of the season with an undisclosed ankle injury. The 20-year-old prospect hit .227/.312/.518 with eight homers in 30 games with the RiverDogs last year.
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
2018
2017
When gambling on a power hitter with significant swing-and-miss issues, it’s best to target young, high-pedigree players who also walk a lot and offer top-of-the-spectrum power. Garcia checks all of those boxes. He was a prized international signing in 2014, and has true 80-grade raw power. His 27.7 percent strikeout rate in the Appalachian League was the best mark of his career, and after a promotion to Low-A, he was back to whiffing at a 33.6 percent clip, while also walking at an 11.2 percent rate -- the third best mark by a teenager in the Sally League. Among players in that league with at least 100 plate appearances, Garcia’s .291 ISO ranked second, and the next closest mark by a teenager was .201 (Carter Kieboom). His defensive home is uncertain, but third base, first base and DH are all in play. He will likely never hit even .250 in the majors, but if he gets on base enough to play every day, he would easily hit 30-plus homers over a full season. Essentially, he might be the next Joey Gallo.
Garcia showed in the Appalachian League that his swing certainly packs a punch. Of course, that only occurred when he managed to make solid contact, and that didn't happen all that often. The 18-year-old posted a .454 slugging percentage, thanks largely to 13 home runs, but finished barely above the Mendoza Line for the season as he fanned 79 times. Garcia has already shifted from shortstop to third base, and with that move comes greater emphasis on the development of his bat. His primary area of focus in 2017 will be making more consistent contact at the dish, likely at Low-A to begin the season.
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Nursing minor injury
3BNew York Yankees  A
Undisclosed
April 5, 2018
Garcia is nursing a minor injury in extended spring training but will soon be assigned to Low-A Charleston, MLB.com's Jim Callis reports.
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Promoted to Low-A Charleston
3BNew York Yankees  A
August 2, 2017
Garcia has been promoted to Low-A Charleston amidst a series of moves in the Yankees' farm system in the wake of their deadline deals, Pinstriped Prospects reports.
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Homers in fourth straight Appalachian League game
3BNew York Yankees  A
July 20, 2016
Garcia, 18, has homered in four straight Appalachian League games and has 10 homers in 72 at-bats on the season.
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3BNew York Yankees  A
July 2, 2014
Garcia signed with the Yankees for $3.2 million on Wednesday, Pinstripe Alley's Jason Cohen reports.
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