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Mike Brosseau

2B | Tampa Bay Rays
Bats / Throws: R / R
Age: 26 (1994-03-15)
Ht / Wt: 5'10" / 205 lbs.
2021 Player Projections
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Stats Snapshot

SeasonPAAVGRHRRBISBwOBA
2020 980.3021251220.408
2019 1410.2731761610.348

Draft Prep / Rankings Snapshot

Staff RankTrendAvg ADPAuctionRound (12-team)Diff
454119.7$138.8-334.3

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7 months agoTampa Bay Rays infielder Mike Brosseau is in the leadoff spot for the second time in three games on Thursday as the team faces the Boston Red Sox for the final game in a four-game series. Brosseau has been a nice surprise for the team this year. Through 24 plate appearances, he's slashing .375/.375/.875 with three home runs, five RBI and five runs. The 26-year-old Brosseau certainly showed some promising signs in the minor leagues as he had an OPS of .960 at Triple-A in 2019. The Rays shuffle their lineup quite often which is both good and bad for a prospect like Brosseau. While he's likely to regularly see at least a few games per week, he also likely won't get enough starts to warrant owning him in standard fantasy leagues, barring multiple injuries on the team.--Andrew Ericksen - RotoBaller
Source: ESPN

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Historical Split Stats

  • 2020
  • 2019
SplitABH2B3BHRRRBISBAVGOBPSLGOPSISOwOBA
vL421450401000.3330.3830.7381.1210.4050.468
vR44120110200.2730.3730.3860.7590.1130.353
HOME48113115520.2290.3150.3960.7110.1670.333
AWAY38152047700.3950.4550.7631.2180.3680.5
vL702120401000.30.3290.50.8290.20.356
vR62155020600.2420.3090.4190.7280.1770.338
HOME61184026610.2950.3580.4590.8170.1640.373
AWAY7118304111000.2540.2840.4650.7490.2110.324

Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Wander Franco (SS)
  2. Randy Arozarena (OF)
  3. Luis Patino (SP)
  4. Vidal Brujan (2B)
  5. Shane McClanahan (SP)
  6. Xavier Edwards (2B)
  7. Shane Baz (SP)
  8. Brendan McKay (SP)
  9. Joshua Lowe (OF)
  10. Cole Wilcox (SP)

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Older News

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7 months agoTampa Bay Rays utilityman Mike Brosseau made his second career start at first base during Saturday’s game against Baltimore, a team that he has become mighty familiar with in his short big league career. Brosseau slugged a home run in the 6th, his sixth career blast against the Orioles -- the catch? It was just his seventh career homer. While it may be early to consider rostering Brosseau in season-long formats as his path to consistent playing time is anything but clear, he is a terrific DFS upside play when in the lineup for those who are intrigued by his spot in the batting order and ability to maul Baltimore pitching.--Jesse Borek - RotoBaller
Source: Joe Trezza

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Basic and Advanced Historical Stats

YearGABH2B3BHRRRBISBBBSOAVGOBPOPSISOBABIPwOBA
2020378626515121228310.3020.3780.9360.2560.4120.408
20195213236706171617390.2730.3190.7810.1890.3450.348

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