Chad McClanahan
21-Year-Old Third Baseman3B
2019 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Chad McClanahan in 2019. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Chad McClanahan
Farm Futures: NL Central: 105 Prospects You Need To Know
James Anderson sifts through the increasingly thin organizations in the NL Central but notes that there are still some gems, such as the Reds' Nick Senzel.
Farm Futures: Third Base Tiers
10 days ago
James Anderson reviews the top prospects at the hot corner, where Vladimir Guerrero Jr. sits head and shoulders above the competition.
Farm Futures: Short-Season / Rookie Hitter Index
248 days ago
James Anderson gives a preview of the next wave of top prospects beginning their pro careers in Short-Season and Rookie leagues, including the Rays' Wander Franco.
Farm Futures: Short-Season/Rookie Hitter Index
June 29, 2017
James Anderson provides a glimpse into the next wave of top prospects about to begin play in Rookie and short-season A-ball, including teenage Braves phenom Kevin Maitan.
2017 Fantasy Outlook
McClanahan isn't your typical 11th-round pick. He fell so far mainly because teams didn't think they'd be able to fit his signing bonus demands into their budget. The Brewers had to fork over $1.2 million -- $1.6 million after bonus pool overage fees paid to MLB -- to convince McClanahan to forgo a college career at Arizona State and join the Brewers. McClanahan is an impressive athlete, and at 6-foot-5 he has the frame to develop into a big-time power hitter. He struggled in 35 games at rookie ball after signing, but he did muster 11 extra-base hits in his short time on the field. If he can put some bulk onto his huge frame, McClanahan could become one of Milwaukee's best power-hitting corner prospects.