J.B. Woodman

28-Year-Old OutfielderOF
 Free Agent  
2023 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for J.B. Woodman in 2023. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
$Traded to the Cardinals in December of 2017. Released by the Cardinals in August of 2018.
Dealt to St. Louis
OFSt. Louis Cardinals  
December 1, 2017
The Blue Jays traded Woodman to the Cardinals on Friday in exchange for shortstop Aledmys Diaz, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports.
The 2016 second-round pick posted middling numbers at Low-A Lansing in his second professional season. He walked at a decent clip (9.7 percent), but also struck out 37.9 percent of the time. Woodman will need to show significant improvement in that regard if he's to move up the ladder in the Cardinals' organization.
Read More News
Batting Stats
Loading Batting Stats...
Minor League Game Log
Calculate Stats Over Time
Just click on any two dates.
Loading Minor League Batting Game Log...
Advanced Batting Stats
Loading Advanced Batting Stats...
Additional Stats
Games By Position
Defensive Stats
Loading Games Played by Position...
Loading MLB Defensive Stats...
Batted Ball Stats
Loading Batted Ball Stats...
Stats Vs Upcoming Pitchers
Want more matchup stats?
Loading Matchup Stats...
Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring J.B. Woodman See More
Farm Futures: Midwest League Roundup
April 20, 2017
James Anderson stays in Low-A for the next stop on his tour of the minor leagues, and can't help but be impressed by Vlad Guerrero Jr.'s performance as an 18-year-old so far.
2017 Fantasy Outlook
Woodman was seen as a high-floor/low-ceiling center field prospect when the Jays selected him with the 57th overall pick last June. However, his performance in the Northwest and Midwest leagues paints a different picture. He demonstrated an intriguing power/speed combination and made a lot of hard contact, but he also struck out over 31 percent of the time, despite being older than most legitimate prospects at each level. His 34 walks in 271 plate appearances would be much more impressive if he was showing that patience against more advanced pitching. Additionally, it is hard to give him too much credit for stealing 10 bases on 13 attempts against low level batteries when most reports suggested he was just an average runner coming out of Ole Miss. Throw in the fact that he posted batting averages on balls in play of .407 and .667 at Vancouver and Lansing, respectively, and it is not even clear that he will be able to maintain solid batting averages as he moves up the organizational ladder.
More Fantasy News
OFToronto Blue Jays  
June 9, 2016
The Blue Jays have selected Woodman with the 57th overall pick in the 2016 first-year player draft.
Subscribe now to instantly reveal our take on this news.