Nick Castellanos Philadelphia Phillies

Age: 30 (March 04, 1992) | 6' 4" | 203lbs. | Bats: Right OF-135 RF-57 DH-1 PH-1
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
DET AL 2018 157 620 88 185 49 151 46 5 23 89 2 1 .298 .354 .500 7 22 .361 35/29/36 27 26
DET AL 2019 100 403 57 110 31 96 37 3 11 37 2 1 .273 .328 .462 7 22 .332 38/23/39 10 11
CHC NL 2019 51 212 43 68 10 47 21 0 16 36 0 1 .321 .356 .646 4 21 .347 37/22/42 13 12
CIN NL 2020 60 218 37 49 19 69 11 2 14 34 0 2 .225 .298 .486 8 29 .257 35/26/39 17 18
CIN NL 2021 138 531 95 164 41 121 38 1 34 100 3 1 .309 .362 .576 7 21 .340 38/27/36 34 32
PHI NL 2022 42 161 20 41 13 43 10 0 5 21 2 0 .255 .316 .410 7 24 .316 38/24/39 6 5
Career 10yrs 1128 4270 560 1184 307 1073 288 35 173 615 16 17 .277 .328 .483 7 23 .330 n/a
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I'm working on Big Prices for the Guide. Today I have Nicholas Castellanos with a price of $25. What do you think?
Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Nov 17 '18

#10

van wilhoite LVW
Jun 26 '18

Nick Castellanos (3B) DET - Feb. 24

Manager Ron Gardenhire said of Castellanos, "He's gonna be our right fielder and
he'll be doing all his work out there," Brad Galli of WXYZ Detroit reports.

ROTOWIRE RECOMMENDS: The news is hardly surprising given Castellanos played 
in right field for 21 of the Tigers' final 23 games last season, once the team let newly
acquired Jeimer Candelario take over at third base. The 25-year-old could still
see occasional time at third base given Detroit's lack of infield depth, but heading
into spring training he is expected to be the team's everyday starting right fielder.

Alex Patton Alex
Feb 25 '18

Here's a case where I don't think regression should be in the forecast. No matter what the context (meaning no matter what they do or don't do with the baseball), Nick's going to earn more than he did last year. Not a huge amount more but more.

Assuming good health.

And now that I look more closely, I see that Peter isn't predicting regression, just isn't assuming good health.

Alex Patton Alex
Feb 21 '18