Fantasy Stats

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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Batting Average
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Fantasy News

  • Cardinals' Jordan Walker: Finishes season with 100 runs

    Walker finished the 2022 Double-A season with a .304/.386/.508 batting line, 19 home runs, 22 steals, 68 RBI and 100 runs in 119 games. Walker only narrowly missed a 20-20 campaign while doing everything the Cardinals could possibly ask for at Springfield this season -- hitting for average, cutting his strikeout rate, raising his walk rate, and switching positions to prepare for his inevitable ascension to the big leagues. Walker ended up playing all three outfield positions down the stretch, but he's likely to slot in at right field for the Cards. Still only 20 years old, he's already got the size and skill to be on the cusp of the majors. It might be a long shot for him to make the Cardinals out of spring training, but assuming his health and production hold up, a midseason call-up appears likely.
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  • Cardinals' Jordan Walker: Starts in left field

    Walker made his first start in left field Tuesday for Double-A Springfield, beginning his transition from third base, Rob Rains of StLSportsPage.com reports. With Nolan Arenado set to stick in St. Louis for the foreseeable future, Walker was always going to have to move to a different position, most likely an outfield corner. He has been on a power binge lately, slashing .295/.347/.705 with five home runs in his last 10 games. Walker is on track to reach the majors sometime next season.
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  • Cardinals' Jordan Walker: Hitting well despite power outage

    Walker hasn't homered in his last 17 games for Double-A Springfield, but he's still managed to hit .299/.375/.403 in that span. This is what passes for a rough patch for the 19-year-old, who's one of baseball's top prospects; even while failing to hit the ball over the fence, he's still hit safely in 15 of those 17 contests while accumulating five doubles and a triple. Walker will be part of the NL roster for this year's All-Star Futures Game -- a well-deserved honor.
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  • Cardinals' Jordan Walker: Steady stick in Double-A

    Walker is hitting .307/.418/.493 with four homers, 11 steals, 22 RBI and 35 runs through 40 games for Double-A Springfield. He also has a sharp 14.3 percent walk rate and a perfectly acceptable 23.6 percent strikeout rate. The only thing missing from Walker's game right now is home runs, as his massive raw power hasn't manifested very often in game action. The reason for that is obvious: Walker is hitting the ball on the ground more than half the time and has just a 22.4 percent flyball rate. He'll need to make some tweaks to unlock the full extent of his power, but that seems like only a matter of time. For now, the Cardinals aren't under any pressure to rush him up to the big leagues -- especially with it looking like he'll probably have to move across the diamond to first base, considering his ongoing issues at third.
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  • Cardinals' Jordan Walker: Consecutive three-hit games

    Walker has gone 3-for-5 in each of his last two games for Double-A Springfield, raising his season line to .355/.487/.452. While he has just a single homer and no other extra-base hits in the early going, Walker has already swiped a pair of bags. He's also sporting a 6:9 BB:K, which represents a modest decrease in his strikeout rate and a major increase in his walk rate relative to his High-A returns last year. We'll need to see more before calling that a sustainable trend, but in general, all signs are pointing up for the 19-year-old Walker, who has a legitimate shot at getting himself listed among MLB's top 10 prospects by the end of the season.
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  • Cardinals' Jordan Walker: Wraps up impressive campaign

    Walker hit .292/.344/.487 with eight homers and 13 steals across 55 games with High-A Peoria to close out the 2021 minor-league regular season. The 19-year-old wasn't able to replicate his breathtaking .374/.475/.687 line from Low-A prior to his promotion, but he still turned in an extremely impressive campaign overall. Curiously, after attempting just a single steal at the lower level, Walker ran much more often with Peoria, and to good effect -- he was caught just twice. Don't count on him running too much in the majors with his massive frame, though. Even at his tender age, Walker is already big and strong at 6-foot-5, 220 pounds, and he projects to hit for big-time power down the line. Don't sleep on him.
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  • Cardinals' Jordan Walker: Promoted to High-A

    Walker was promoted to High-A Peoria from Low-A Palm Beach on Monday, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. The 2020 first-round pick is receiving his first taste of professional baseball this year, and he slashed .374/.475/.687 with six homers, 11 doubles, 21 RBI and 24 runs in 27 games at Low-A to earn the promotion. Walker is likely in line for a longer stint at High-A, but it could be another quick stop if he continues to hit at such a high level.
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  • Cardinals' Jordan Walker: Lands on injured list

    Walker was placed on the 7-day minor-league injured list with Low-A Palm Beach on Friday. The Cardinals didn't provide a reason for the move. Walker didn't get into any game action after being selected in the first round of last year's draft due to the canceled minor-league schedule, but he's looked great through his first 13 games for Palm Beach, hitting .333/.474/.600 with a pair of homers.
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