Austin Wilson

32-Year-Old OutfielderOF
 Free Agent  
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$Released by the Cardinals in July of 2017.
Joins Cardinals in Triple-A Rule 5 draft
OFSt. Louis Cardinals  
December 8, 2016
Wilson was selected by the Cardinals in the Triple-A phase of the Rule 5 draft Thursday.
Wilson spent the last two seasons with High-A Bakersfield in the Mariners' organization. In 2016, he slashed just .226/.338/.375 in 435 plate appearances spread across 104 games. He did hit 13 home runs and add 49 RBI, but he had significant issues with strikeouts, striking out in 36.1 percent of his plate appearances. He'll likely begin next season in the lower levels of the minors.
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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Austin Wilson See More
Farm Futures: 2015 Risers and Fallers
September 1, 2015
In his final Farm Futures of the season, RotoWire's James Anderson breaks down the biggest hits and misses from the preseason Top-200 prospect rankings.
Minor League Barometer: Saving Room For Severino
July 8, 2015
Jesse Siegel takes his weekly tour of the minor leagues and notes that the Yankees' rotation could soon get a boost from Luis Severino
Farm Futures: California League Hitters
May 27, 2015
James Anderson puts the spotlight on hitters in the California League, including the Astros' Brett Phillips, who could be the top prospect in the organization not named Carlos Correa.
2015 Fantasy Outlook
At 6-foot-4, 250 pounds, Wilson is a five-tool prospect with good power who could be the right-fielder of the future in Seattle. A strained Achilles' tendon in June interrupted an excellent first full professional season last year at Low-A Clinton. It also likely prevented him from getting an expected promotion to High-A. That's where he is likely to start this season as he continues to develop his raw power (32 XBH at Low-A Clinton). The organization's 2013 second-round pick, Wilson, 23, is at least a couple years away.
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OFSeattle Mariners  
June 27, 2014
Wilson hit safely in 15 of his last 18 games for Low-A Clinton, batting .368 with six home runs, 10 walks and 22 RBI, the Seattle Times reports.
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OFSeattle Mariners  
June 7, 2014
Wilson has three home runs and three doubles over the past week for Low-A Clinton.
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OFSeattle Mariners  
June 7, 2013
Wilson was taken by the Mariners with the 49th overall pick in the draft, the Mariners' official site reports. "He's a guy we've been scouting since high school," said Mariners scouting director Tom McNamara. "He's a big guy. We talk about tools -- he's a five-tool guy, and we think his better days are ahead of him. He's got power. He came here to our pre-Draft camp, and it was pretty exciting, the show he put on."
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OFFree Agent  
February 24, 2013
Wilson, a top prospect at Stanford, will be out multiple weeks with a stress reaction in his elbow, reports.
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