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|Games Played By Position|
|07/13/2014||Gregory Polanco, RF PIT|
Tim Hudson, SP SF
|Joc Pederson, LF LAD|
Aaron Sanchez, SP TOR
Alexander Reyes, SP STL
Jake Odorizzi, SP TB
Joba Chamberlain, RP DET
Tyler Glasnow, SP PIT
|07/13/2014||Hyun-Jin Ryu, SP LAD|
Joc Pederson, LF LAD
|Eric Young, LF NYM|
Alfredo Simon, SP CIN
|07/13/2014||Jace Peterson, 3B SD||Joc Pederson, LF LAD|
|Joc Pederson returns to Triple-A |
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(7/9/14) Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson returned to Triple-A Albuquerque Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Pederson was on the disabled list for about two weeks while recovering from a shoulder injury. He has hit .319/.437/.568 with 17 home runs, 42 RBI and 20 stolen bases in 273 at-bats with Albuquerque.
|Joc Pederson sidelined 10 days with separated shoulder |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(6/25/14) Dodgers outfield prospect Joc Pederson suffered a separated right shoulder Tuesday, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Pederson suffered the injury while attempting to dive for a ball in the outfield, and was diagnosed Wednesday. The injury is not considered a terribly serious one, however, though he will be sidelined at least 10 days as a result.
|Joc Pederson suffers apparent shoulder injury Tuesday |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(6/24/14) Dodgers outfield prospect Joc Pederson left Tuesday's game for Triple-A Albuquerque in the first inning with an apparent shoulder injury, reports the Los Angeles Times. Pederson was injured diving for a ball in the outfield.
The highly touted prospect entered play Tuesday batting .320 with a .438 on-base percentage, .570 slugging percentage and 1.008 OPS in 73 games. He also had three triples, 11 doubles, 17 home runs, 42 RBI, 58 runs and 20 stolen bases.
|Report: Dodgers not ready to promote Joc Pederson |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(6/9/14) The Dodgers aren't ready to promote outfielder Joc Pederson for a few reasons, according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports. Rosenthal wrote the most obvious reason is because the Dodgers' outfield situation remains crowded.
However, the Dodgers remain hesitant to promote Pederson because they feel he is still not a finished product. He is striking out every 3.5 plate appearances and still needs to work on improving against left-handed pitchers. The team also wants to see Pederson mature, as he has failed to run out grounders on multiple occasions.
|Ranking the most stashable prospects |
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(5/28/14) With word that Maikel Franco could in fact replace the injured Cody Asche if he gets hot enough at Triple-A Lehigh Valley during the time Asche is sidelined (for more, check out the latest Prospects Report), the Phillies third baseman has officially become one of the most stashable prospects in Fantasy. Of course, by now, that list has become so long that you may need help prioritizing. So here you go.
Gregory Polanco is still No. 1. He's way too good for Triple-A, and even if the Pirates are waiting because of Super 2 concerns, he may be only three weeks away. Oscar Taveras may be only one week away if you buy that the Cardinals plan to promote him for their stretch of seven games in AL parks at the beginning of June. He may not be as prepared for the big leagues as Polanco, but he has arguably more upside.
Jon Singleton is still "on deck" for the Astros and crushing it at Triple-A Oklahoma City. The comes Franco. Andrew Heaney, the top pitcher of choice, edges out Joc Pederson, who seems like a long shot for a promotion even with Carl Crawford's ankle injury.
Boom! End of list. Now, go make us proud.
|Right now, Pederson's claim to fame is that he was mentioned alongside Yasiel Puig as a possible replacement when the Dodgers were down a couple outfielders midway through last season. He didn't get the call while Puig obviously did, but it wasn't a question of ability. Pederson only validated his 2012 breakthrough with his 2013 performance, proving it wasn't just a product of the heavy-hitting California League with similar numbers in the Southern League. So now he has the look of a top prospect with his combination of power, speed and a good batting eye, and having already spent a full season at Double-A, he's at the big leagues' doorstep. The only problem is the Dodgers are already a man deep in the outfield with the emergence of Puig. Because Pederson is only 21, there's no need to rush him, so he'll likely spend most of 2014 at Triple-A Albuquerque, hoping an injury or two opens the door for him, as happened for Puig. Given the history Carl Crawford and Matt Kemp, it's not too much of a stretch. Pederson is worth stashing in NL-only leagues for when that day comes.
(Updated 1/15/14) |
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