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|Gleyber Torres's Fantasy Scouting Report|
REST OF SEASON OUTLOOK AND POSITION RANK
Based on our latest projection, you can expect Gleyber Torres to be an elite fantasy starter the rest of the season. His 469.92 projected fantasy points puts him at #4 behind Javier Baez and ahead of Marcus Semien. He has averaged 3.26 fantasy points in his past 144 games. Our projected per game average is virtually the same. He is projected to average 3.23 fantasy points. His rank based on avg proj (#5) is worse than his rank based on total fantasy points. At 99% ownership, he is also the #4 most highly owned shortstop. Gleyber Torres is expected to slightly improve on last season's #6 fantasy position rank.
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GLEYBER TORRES WEEK 3 AND 4 FANTASY OUTLOOK
Gleyber Torres is projected for 22.45 fantasy points in 7 games which is good enough to be the #2 ranked shortstop and a must start for most owners. This is projected to be a better than average week with more fantasy points per game than he is projected to average per game the rest of the season. He is ranked above Javier Baez but behind Xander Bogaerts. Week 4 will not be as good based on projected rank (#6). He is projected for 18.66 fantasy points.
FANTASY PROJECTIONS AND ACTUAL STATS
The tables below show projected stats (totals and averages) for the rest of the season and upcoming weeks. Below the projection are actual stats from last season.
02 Sep 2019
Scout Fantasy Baseball Outlook 2019
01 Sep 2019
Gleyber Torres is Projected to Be the #7 Second Baseman...Behind Luis Arraez and Ahead of Jeff McNeil the Rest of the Season
30 Aug 2019
Gleyber Torres is Projected to Be the #9 Second Baseman...Behind Ketel Marte and Ahead of Luis Arraez the Rest of the Season
29 Aug 2019
Gleyber Torres is Projected to Be the #10 Second Baseman...Behind Keston Hiura and Ahead of Jonathan Villar the Rest of the Season