Adam Haseley

Adam Haseley

27-Year-Old OutfielderOF
 Free Agent  
2024 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Adam Haseley in 2024. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
RANKS
$Signed a one-year contract with the White Sox in April of 2023.
Enters free agency pool
OFFree Agent  
November 30, 2023
Haseley elected free agency Thursday, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Haseley was DFA'd by the White Sox on Tuesday to make room for Paul DeJong, and Haseley will now be able to choose where he spends the 2024 season. The 27-year-old outfielder spent most of last year with Triple-A Charlotte, slashing .264/.338/.386 across 313 plate appearances, and he should be able to secure at least a minor-league deal elsewhere.
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Batting Order Slot Breakdown
vs Right-Handed Pitchers
vs RHP
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#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
#8
#9
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vs Left-Handed Pitchers
vs LHP
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
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Left/Right Batting Splits
Since 2021
 
 
+38%
OPS vs LHP
2023
 
 
+229%
OPS vs LHP
2022
 
 
-100%
OPS vs RHP
2021
 
 
+40%
OPS vs RHP
OPS PA R HR RBI SB AVG OBP SLG
Since 2021vs Left .690 15 3 0 1 0 .250 .357 .333
Since 2021vs Right .500 70 9 0 3 1 .212 .257 .242
2023vs Left 1.417 6 3 0 1 0 .500 .667 .750
2023vs Right .431 33 3 0 1 1 .188 .212 .219
2022vs Left .000 3 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
2022vs Right .627 22 4 0 2 0 .263 .364 .263
2021vs Left .333 6 0 0 0 0 .167 .167 .167
2021vs Right .467 15 2 0 0 0 .200 .200 .267
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Home/Away Batting Splits
Since 2021
 
 
+69%
OPS at Home
2023
 
 
+96%
OPS at Home
2022
 
 
+9%
OPS on Road
2021
 
 
-100%
OPS at Home
OPS PA R HR RBI SB AVG OBP SLG
Since 2021Home .667 43 9 0 3 1 .282 .333 .333
Since 2021Away .394 42 3 0 1 0 .154 .214 .179
2023Home .714 22 5 0 2 1 .300 .364 .350
2023Away .364 17 1 0 0 0 .125 .176 .188
2022Home .533 7 2 0 1 0 .200 .333 .200
2022Away .583 18 2 0 1 0 .250 .333 .250
2021Home .643 14 2 0 0 0 .286 .286 .357
2021Away .000 7 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
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Stat Review
How does Adam Haseley compare to other hitters?
This section compares his stats with all batting seasons from the previous three seasons (minimum 400 plate appearances)*. The bar represents the player's percentile rank. For example, if the bar is halfway across, then the player falls into the 50th percentile for that stat and it would be considered average.

* Exit Velocity and Barrels/PA % are benchmarked against 2019 data (min 400 PA) and Hard Hit Rate is benchmarked against last season's data (min 400 PA). See here for more exit velocity/barrels stats plus an explanation of current limitations with that data set.
  • BB/K
    Walk to strikeout ratio
  • BB Rate
    The percentage of plate appearances resulting in a walk.
  • K Rate
    The percentage of plate appearances resulting in a strikeout.
  • BABIP
    Batting average on balls in play. Measures how many of a batter’s balls in play go for hits.
  • ISO
    Isolated Power. Slugging percentage minus batting average. A computation used to measure a batter's raw power.
  • AVG
    Batting average. Hits divided by at bats.
  • OBP
    On Base Percentage. A measure of how often a batters reaches base. Roughly equal to number of times on base divided by plate appearances.
  • SLG
    Slugging Percentage. A measure of the batting productivity of a hitter. It is calculated as total bases divided by at bats.
  • OPS
    On base plus slugging. THe sum of a batter's on-base percentage and slugging percentage.
  • wOBA
    Weighted on-base average. Measures a player's overall offensive contributions per plate appearance. wOBA combines all the different aspects of hitting into one metric, weighting each of them in proportion to their actual run value.
  • Exit Velocity
    The speed of the baseball as it comes off the bat, immediately after a batter makes contact.
  • Hard Hit Rate
    A measure of contact quality from Sports Info Solutions. This stat explains what percentage of batted balls were hit hard vs. medium or soft.
  • Barrels/PA
    The percentage of plate appearances where a batter had a batted ball classified as a Barrel. A Barrel is a batted ball with similar exit velocity and launch angle to past ones that led to a minimum .500 batting average and 1.500 slugging percentage.
  • Expected BA
    Expected Batting Average.
  • Expected SLG
    Expected Slugging Percentage.
  • Sprint Speed
    The speed of a runner from home to first, in feet per second.
  • Ground Ball %
    The percentage of balls put in play that are on the ground.
  • Line Drive %
    The percentage of balls put in play that are line drives.
  • Fly Ball %
    The percentage of balls put in play that are fly balls.
BB/K
0.38
 
BB Rate
7.7%
 
K Rate
20.5%
 
BABIP
.286
 
ISO
.056
 
AVG
.222
 
OBP
.282
 
SLG
.278
 
OPS
.560
 
wOBA
.255
 
Exit Velocity
87.6 mph
 
Hard Hit Rate
28.6%
 
Barrels/PA
2.6%
 
Expected BA
.250
 
Expected SLG
.346
 
Sprint Speed
25.2 ft/sec
 
Ground Ball %
50.0%
 
Line Drive %
17.9%
 
Fly Ball %
32.1%
 
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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Adam Haseley See More
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June 3, 2021
Jason Shebilske analyzes the top waiver-wire options for the week, including Lucas Sims, who could be in line for saves in Cincinnati.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
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Haseley spent 2020 with the Phillies, save for a 10-day IL stint in mid-August with a wrist injury. He was in a strict center-field platoon with Roman Quinn, starting whenever a righty was on the hill but leaving for a pinch hitter when slated to face a southpaw reliever. Haseley doesn't sport much power or speed as he relies on contact. Last season's .349 BABIP was buoyed by a 27.0% line drive rate, but since hitting line drives at that rate isn't a repeatable skill, Haseley's average appears primed for significant regression. Haseley's defense is considered above average, though last season he registered -3 defensive runs saved. While Haseley is embarking on his age-25 season and could still develop, it appears he's best suited as a fourth or fifth outfielder. Expect him to serve in the same role as last year, and know the Phillies will be looking to acquire an upgrade at some point.
The eighth-overall pick in the 2017 draft made his big-league debut ahead of schedule in early June after the Phillies lost both Odubel Herrera (suspension) and Andrew McCutchen (knee) for the season. He remained on the roster for most of the remainder of the season, starting at all three outfield positions while hitting .266/.324/.396 with five homers and four steals in 67 games. Haseley's accelerated timeline means there's still plenty of time for him to develop into something more than that at the plate, but the risk that he'll be nothing more than a fourth outfielder has been present since he was drafted. He's only projected as a roughly league-average hitter, with above-average contact and below-average power, which only works as an everyday starter if he sticks in center field, something which has been questioned in the past (though both DRS and UZR liked his performance as a rookie.)
His name is boring. He went to Virginia, which may as well be called the Boring Baseball Factory. Haseley even gets the dreaded "not enough glove for center and not enough bat for a corner" tag from some evaluators, which would mean he is a fourth outfielder -- nothing could be more boring. Nevertheless, he was promoted to Double-A around the All-Star break and was 48% better than the average Eastern League hitter. He posted a .162 ISO (easily his best mark above rookie ball) with almost as many walks (16) as strikeouts (19). The ballpark at Reading can inflate power numbers, so the fact four of his six homers came at home warrants skepticism about a power breakout. Making contact at a high clip and using the whole field have never been a problem for Haseley, so if he can just tap into 20-homer pop, he will be an everyday player, even in left field. Given his plate skills and barrel control, he may be a minor tweak away from doing just that.
It would have been hard for the Phillies to do worse in the first round than they did in 2016, but given Mickey Moniak’s lack of ceiling, even at the time of the draft, taking Haseley the following year seems very uninspired. He is a college bat, so in theory he has a high floor, but none of his tools are loud. Some think his offense could take off now that he is no longer pitching (he was part of Virginia’s weekend rotation), but the early returns aren’t overly impressive. If he maxes out, Haseley could hit .280, get on base a good amount, hit 20-plus home runs and chip in 10-to-15 steals. If he falls short of that and can’t handle center field, he may not be an everyday player. Granted, it’s not like the Phillies made a huge reach. Haseley was a consensus top-15 prospect during the pre-draft process, so as a college hitter with pedigree, he should still be owned in the majority of dynasty leagues. Just make sure to discount him relative to where he was selected (No. 8 overall).
More Fantasy News
Dropped from 40-man roster
OFChicago White Sox  
November 28, 2023
Haseley was designated for assignment by the White Sox on Tuesday, LaMond Pope of the Chicago Tribune reports.
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Back in Charlotte
OFChicago White Sox  
June 30, 2023
The White Sox optioned Haseley to Triple-A Charlotte on Friday.
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Recalled from Triple-A
OFChicago White Sox  
June 26, 2023
The White Sox recalled Haseley from Triple-A Charlotte on Monday.
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Sent to Triple-A
OFChicago White Sox  
May 28, 2023
Chicago optioned Haseley to Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
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Records steal, scores run
OFChicago White Sox  
May 17, 2023
Haseley stole a base and scored a run as a pinch runner in Wednesday's 7-2 win over the Guardians.
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