Complete 2014 Projections

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PROJECTED 2014 SEASON STATS
1. Welington Castillo, ChC CYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
2013 Statistics3804183234972.274.349.397.746
2014 Projections443481141441241.255.337.384.720
2014 Outlook: More defensive- than offensive-minded catcher, Castillo nevertheless showed some promise during the second half of 2013, his first year as a full-time big-league catcher. He batted .288/.388/.475 with six home runs in 44 games after the All-Star break, chasing 6 percent fewer pitches outside the strike zone and hitting 7 percent more fly balls; that gave hope he could, in Chicago, match his .267/.343/.488 rates and 19 home runs per 100 games played at the Triple-A level. He's more of an NL-only than mixed-league asset, but with a hot start to 2014, he could be a handy No. 2 option in the latter, with a tick more value in on-base percentage leagues.
2. John Baker, ChC CYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
2013 Statistics400026120.150.261.150.411
2014 Projections8671711260.186.276.233.508
3. Rafael Lopez, ChC CYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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4. Willson Contreras, ChC CYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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5. Micah Gibbs, ChC CYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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6. Matt Cerda, ChC CYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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7. Charlie Cutler, ChC CYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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8. Eli Whiteside, ChC CYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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