Tyler Hill
22-Year-Old OutfielderOF
2018 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Tyler Hill in 2018. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Flashing speed in minor-league play
OFBoston Red Sox  A
June 10, 2017
Hill has gone 19-for-23 in stolen base attempts while batting .272 for Low-A Greenville.
Boston's 13th-ranked prospect has shown signs of speed this season, with 12 doubles to go along with his impressive stolen base percentage. His on-base percentage is .352, giving him plenty of chances to show off his running ability and put pressure on the defense.
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2017 Fantasy Outlook
Hill, 20, was a 19th-round pick in 2014 out of Delaware Military Academy, where he attracted many scouts to view his five-tool potential. He's considered an exceptional athlete, having played football and basketball in addition to baseball in high school. As evidence of that athleticism, Hill was a catcher his first three years with the Seahawks but converted to outfield as a senior, a decision heavily influenced by the opinion of scouts. A hamstring injury limited him to four games the summer after being drafted and he was forced to repeat that level in 2015 before getting a taste of short-season Lowell in 2016. He broke out for the Spinners, leading the New York-Penn League in average (.332) while near the top in on-base percentage (.400) and slugging (.487). He's getting a little bit of prospect love this offseason, but we'd like to confirm that Hill's success wasn't merely a creation of an unsustainable BABIP (.388). He'll probably open the year at Low-A Greenville.