Scott Schebler

Scott Schebler

33-Year-Old OutfielderOF
Colorado Rockies AAA
2024 Fantasy Outlook
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$Signed a one-year, minor-league contract with the Rockies in March of 2022.
Reassigned to minor camp
OFColorado Rockies  AAA
March 30, 2022
Schebler was reassigned to Triple-A Albuquerque on Wednesday.
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Schebler joined the Rockies this spring as a non-roster invitee, batting .267 while driving in two runs in 15 at-bats over eight games. The 31-year-old has struggled to produce at the big-league level over the last three seasons, slashing .129/.223/.224 over 130 at-bats.
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-100%
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OPS PA R HR RBI SB AVG OBP SLG
Since 2021vs Left .000 10 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
Since 2021vs Right .542 24 3 0 0 0 .208 .208 .333
2023vs Left 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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2021vs Left .000 10 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
2021vs Right .542 24 3 0 0 0 .208 .208 .333
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Since 2021Home .625 8 1 0 0 0 .250 .250 .375
Since 2021Away .308 26 2 0 0 0 .115 .115 .192
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2021Away .308 26 2 0 0 0 .115 .115 .192
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May 5, 2019
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Schebler was having a career year before a shoulder injury landed him on the DL in July and subsequently limited his output when he returned in August. He is a capable big-league hitter, particularly against RHP (career .240/.329/.461 line), but his expected offensive production leaves something to be desired in an outfield corner, and his defense isn't ideal for center field. There was a significant outfield shake up this offseason, with Billy Hamilton getting non-tendered and the team trading for Yasiel Puig and Matt Kemp. Conventional wisdom suggests Puig and Jesse Winker will play every day, while Schebler serves as the primary center fielder at the start of the season, at least against righties. However, with Kemp and Phillip Ervin still in the picture and top prospect Nick Senzel getting offseason work in the outfield, there is some playing time risk that would not have been there prior to the trade with the Dodgers.
Schebler was one of 41 players that hit 30-plus homers in 2017, which helps illustrate why players like he and Adam Duvall were less valuable than initially perceived. Despite the 30 homers, Schebler couldn't reach 70 runs scored or batted in. Mix in a .233 batting average, and he earned just $5 in standard 12-team mixed leagues, using RotoWire's Earned Auction Value tool. The good news is, that still was a profit compared to his draft-day price, as he was a reserve or went undrafted in most leagues (ADP: 374). Schebler dramatically changed his launch angle last year, increasing his FB% from 29.1 percent to 38.2 percent. Even if he can maintain that flyball percentage, he might still end up with fewer homers, as his HR/FB% was 22.4 percent. One positive from Schebler's breakout season was that much of it occurred away from the friendly dimensions at Great American Ballpark -- he had an .885 OPS on the road, against a .686 OPS at home. Playing time isn't guaranteed for Schebler, however, as something will have to give between him, Adam Duvall, Billy Hamilton and Jesse Winker.
The Reds acquired Schebler from the Dodgers prior to the 2016 season and immediately deployed him as part of the outfield rotation. He failed to capitalize on the opportunity, batting just .188 in his first 27 games before being sent down to Triple-A. There he found his form at the plate, slashing .311/.370/.564 in 75 games. His adjustments carried over after he was called up to replace Jay Bruce in right, as he finished the season with a .290/.357/.461 line in his final 55 games, bringing his major league season line to a respectable level. He was the starter for the rest of the season after Bruce was dealt, but with his weak numbers against lefties, Schebler will likely find himself as part of a platoon in the outfield to begin 2017. Jesse Winker could start eating into Schebler's opportunities by midseason.
Schebler took a little step back at the plate last year after knocking a combined 55 home runs the prior two seasons (17.6 AB/HR) in the Dodgers' minor league system. He hit just .241/.322/.410 for Triple-A Oklahoma City before going 9-for-36 (.250) with three home runs in a late-season run with the big club. Schebler did steal 15 bases for Oklahoma City and two with the Dodgers and has shown double-digit potential in that area. However, with no real use for him, the Dodgers included Schebler in a trade to the Reds this offseason. At 25, the clock is ticking for Schebler to show enough to be a big league regular, but he may get an extended opportunity in 2015, possibly filling the void in left field to open the campaign. Given the park, playing time, and his power from the left side, Schebler could emerge as a viable NL-only and deep-mixed outfield option.
To this point, Schebler’s prospect stock has always been well behind his on-field production. After blasting 27 home runs with 16 steals at High-A Rancho Cucamonga in 2013, he raked his way to 28 home runs and a .280/.365/.556 slash line in 135 games at Double-A Chattanooga last season. As a 24-year-old former 26th-round draft pick, there are plenty of reasons to discount Schebler, but at some point he will get a chance to prove his stick can handle big-league caliber pitching. As a left field prospect, he will have to keep crushing the ball, otherwise he will end up being a fourth outfielder. It also does not help that he is in the Dodgers' system, as Joc Pederson stands between Schebler and an everyday job. He might be worth a flier at this point in deeper dynasty leagues, but it should not come as a surprise if he fails to replicate his recent success as he faces better pitching.
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Invited to Rockies camp
OFColorado Rockies  AAA
March 12, 2022
Schebler signed with the Rockies as a non-roster invitee Saturday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.
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Clears waivers
OFLos Angeles Angels  AAA
July 6, 2021
Schebler cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Salt Lake on Tuesday.
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Designated for assignment
OFLos Angeles Angels  AAA
July 3, 2021
Schebler was designated for assignment by the Angels on Saturday.
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Back in big leagues
OFLos Angeles Angels  AAA
June 28, 2021
Schebler's contract was selected by the Angels on Monday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
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Outrighted to Triple-A
OFLos Angeles Angels  AAA
May 8, 2021
Schebler cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Salt Lake on Saturday.
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