Michel Abreu

1B / N.Y. Mets Mets / EXP: YRS / MINORS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bats/Throws -/-

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • F-Mart among Mets' camp cuts

      News: The Mets reassigned pitcher Adam Bostick, outfielder Fernando F. Martinez, SS Jose Coronado, pitcher Michael Antonini, 1B Michel Abreu, pitcher Tobi Stoner and Dillon Gee to minor league camp.
      Analysis: Martinez, who is battling a sore elbow, was a longshot to make the team, but he is a good enough prospect to be considered a candidate to help the Mets before the end of the season. The rest of these players are nothing more than organizational depth at this point. Ignore them in all Fantasy leagues right now.
    • Mets hand out spring training invites

      News: The Mets have extended spring training invitations to right-handed pitchers Nelson Figueroa, Michael Antonini, Dillon Gee and Tobi Stoner, left-handed pitchers Adam Bostick, Casey Fossum and Tom Martin, catchers Rene Rivera, Omir Santos and Joshua Thole, infielders Andy Green, Michel Abreu and Jose Coronado and outfielder Fernando Martinez.
      Analysis: Figueroa, Bostick and Fossum are possible spot starter options at some point during the season, while Martinez is one of the better outfield prospects in baseball. None of them are expected to be on the roster out of spring training, so stash Martinez in long-term keeper leagues and ignore the others as organizational depth at this point.
    • Mets cut three from spring roster

      News: The Mets reassigned 1B Michel Abreu to minor league camp and ptioned LHP Willie Collazo and RHP Carlos Muniz to Triple-A on Thursday.
      Analysis: These three could get a call-up to help in a limited role with the Mets this season, but they won't warrant any Fantasy attention at that point either. Ignore them in all Fantasy formats at this point.
    • Mets' Abreu returns to action

      News: Michel Abreu (hip) was able to return to action Wednesday for the Mets.
      Analysis: Abreu will open the year in the minors and he doesn't figure to impact Fantasy leagues this season. You don't want to be spending too much of your energy looking at 29-year-old rookies anyway.
    • 1B Abreu injures hip running

      News: MLB.com reports the growing list of injured Mets continues to climb now that minor league 1B Michel Abreu sustained a right hip flexor running to first base during Monday's game. He is day to day.
      Analysis: Abreu has been seeing a ton of playing time at first base this spring with Carlos Delgado nursing a hip injury of his own. Abreu is a 29-year-old who has yet to make the majors. We don't think he really stands a chance of making a Fantasy impact this season. Let him go undrafted.
    • Mets to give M. Abreu a long look

      News: If Mets 1B Carlos Delgado's hip injury ends up more serious than expected, Michel Abreu is the lone prospect in camp that could contend for the spot. The 6-foot-3, 245-pound first baseman missed all of last season because of a visa issue. "We're going to find out about him," general manager Omar Minaya said. "This spring we're going to give him an opportunity. Right now, he's slotted to go to Triple-A."
      Analysis: Abreu is a 29-year-old who has yet to make the majors. We don't think he really stands a chance of making a Fantasy impact this season. Let him go undrafted.
    • Abreu pops homer off No. 8 Michigan

      News: Michel Abreu hit a two-out, two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth to tie Michigan on Tuesday, and the game was called after the inning ended.
      Analysis: Abreu is nothing more than organizational depth at this point in his career. Ignore him in Fantasy leagues.
    • Mets hand out spring invites

      News: The Mets signed RHP Nelson Figueroa and RHP Ivan Maldonado to minor league contracts with invitations to spring training. Also, they invited farm hands LHP Jonathon Niese, RHP Robert Parnell, RHP Brant Rustich, OF Fernando Martinez and 1B Michel Abreu to spring training.
      Analysis: Martinez is one of the best outfield prospects in baseball, but he is extremely raw and needs a couple of years before he can make a true impact in the majors. Niese, Parnell and Rustich are also decent pitching prospects. Consider those guys in long-term keeper leagues. The other players here are nothing more than organizational depth and can be ignored in Fantasy on Draft Day.
    • Mets make roster moves Thursday

      News: The Mets reassigned pitchers Clint Nageotte, Kevin Mulvey, Jorge Vasquez, Willie Collazo, and Eddie Camacho; catchers Joe Hieptas, Drew Butera, Mike Nickeas and Francisco Pena; infielder Michel Abreu; and outfielders Chip Ambres, Fernando Martinez and Victor Mendez to their minor league camp. The Mets also optioned LHP Adam Bostick to the minors.
      Analysis: None of these players are worth owning in seasonal leagues at this time, but Martinez remains a solid long-term keeper.
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