Carter Kieboom
22-Year-Old ShortstopSS
Washington Nationals
2020 Fantasy Outlook
It was a three-part season for Kieboom, who peaked (.379/.506/.636) in 18 games at Triple-A before getting promoted and falling flat (17 wRC+) in 11 big-league games. He was then optioned back to the Pacific Coast League, and from there he performed as expected, hitting .289/.391/.458 with a 19.7 K% in his final 90 games. Kieboom was 23% better than the average PCL hitter despite being the youngest qualified hitter on the circuit. Despite significant struggles in his brief MLB stint, his batted-ball profile at Triple-A was encouraging (22.4 LD%, 39.8 Pull%), so it still seems likely that Kieboom will acquit himself well with the bat over the long run. That said, he may not be amazing in any one fantasy category and certainly won't contribute much with his legs. The Nationals brought back Asdrubal Cabrera and signed Starlin Castro, so Kieboom may have to bide his time in the minors for a little while yet. Read Past Outlooks
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