Yasmany Tomas Washington Nationals

Age: 31 (November 14, 1990) | 6' 2" | 250lbs. | Bats: Right Minors: 1b-17 3b-2 of-3 rf-3 dh-3 ph-2
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
ARI NL 2017 47 166 19 40 13 50 11 1 8 32 0 0 .241 .294 .464 7 28 .294 47/21/32 5 4
ARI AAA 2018 106 355 42 93 11 101 22 4 14 65 2 0 .262 .280 .465 3 27 .322 n/a
ARI AAA 2019 102 405 63 122 22 110 24 3 29 82 2 0 .301 .341 .590 5 26 .348 n/a
ARI NL 2019 4 6 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 50 0.00 100/0/0 -1 -0
ARI NL 2020 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 0 0.00 n/a -0 -0
WSN AAA 2021 26 81 14 15 13 28 6 0 3 12 0 1 .185 .292 .370 14 29 .231 n/a
WAS AAA 2021 26 81 14 15 13 28 6 0 3 12 0 1 .185 .292 .370 14 29 .231 n/a
Career 5yrs 309 1108 131 295 61 299 60 5 48 163 7 6 .266 .306 .459 5 25 .323 n/a
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What are Spring Training stats worth?  

Anyone worried about Tomas showing power this year after producing no HRs during ST, can take note of him taking Johnny Cueto deep today for his 3rd HR of the season.

He's no Todd Walker in the power department ;-) ... but he looks like he's going to put up some very nice returns for those who invested in him.

Phil Ponebshek Texpope
Apr 21 '16

I disagree

Those projected stats look somewhat familiar. If he had been drafted out of college and then put up these stats as a 24 year-old, would we be saying that he has no room for growth, or would we be projecting a possible breakout?

I will go with the latter and roster him in the outfield to further expose the lack of depth at 3B.

Donny Brubaker donbru
Mar 9 '16

I think Peter and Alex are more in line with the going rate.  MF can shave a few here.

Gary Cruciani Megary
Mar 9 '16

Apparently he's in pretty good shape. I care, especially for someone in Year 2 of a new culture, and someone who was a mild disappointment in Year 1. 

The #BHOHL meme is the cheapest joke going, but what's wrong with being in shape? I'd rather it than the alternative. Let me know if Pablo ever feels like joining the Y. 

scott pianowski ballfour
Feb 22 '16

Buster Olney, looking at the best defenses last year, predicting the best defenses this year for ESPN Insider:

... defensive metrics suggest that in 2015, the Arizona Diamondbacks were MLB's best glovemen -- and according to the statistic Defensive Runs Saved, it wasn't even close.

Team leaders in Defensive Runs Saved, 2015

1. Arizona Diamondbacks 71 DRS
2. Kansas City Royals 56
3. Miami Marlins 37
4. Houston Astros 30
5. San Francisco Giants 28

So which group should be No. 1? Presenting the top 10 defenses in MLB:

1. Kansas City Royals

Look, both Arizona and Kansas City are worthy of the No. 1 spot, with compelling arguments to be made for both. A couple of developments swung the Royals in favor of the top spot, though. First of all, Kansas City was able to retain four-time Gold Glove-winning left fielder Alex Gordon with a four-year deal....

Additionally, the Diamondbacks traded the versatile Ender Inciarte, a strong defender who was fourth in DRS among left fielders with 300-plus innings there in 2015 and second (behind Heyward) among right fielders, as part of the Shelby Miller deal, and now Yasmany Tomas figures to get the bulk of the playing time in right field, with David Peralta in left. The Diamondbacks believe that Tomas is better than the general perception is regarding his defense and will grow through experience, but he posted a minus-8 DRS in about 500 innings of outfield time last season...

ESPN.com

Alex Patton Alex
Jan 18 '16