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WSH Stone Garrett
Washington Nationals
OF: 82   DH: 4  
2024 Projected Value: $6
Based on 10-team NL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
2024 proj 240 66 41 10 40 22 84 5 0.275 20.8
2023 234 64 40 9 41 26 82 3 0.274 19.2
2022 76 21 13 4 10 3 27 3 0.276 7.3

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Date News
1/07/24 Washington Nationals news & notes: Stone Garrett & building on what he had going.... Stone Garrett was in the midst of a mini-slump (0 for 9) at the plate, but on a run overall in August (16 for 50, six doubles, two home runs, .320/.379/.560 line in 16 games and 60 plate appearances) when he suffered a season-ending ankle injury on a play at the wall in right field in Yankee Stadium on August 23rd. “He's been unbelievable,” manager Davey Martinez told reporters of the run Garrett was on after he'd suffered the injury in NY. Seeing Garrett go down, right when he was getting an opportunity to start on a regular basis in the Nationals' outfield, was particularly disappointing. In addition to his improvement on the field, the skipper said, Garrett had, over the course of his first season in D.C., after debuting in the majors as a 26-year-old in 2022 in Arizona and signing on in Washington over the winter, become a leader in the clubhouse.
11/05/23 Washington Nationals news & notes: Jacob Young arrives in majors.... When Stone Garrett suffered a season-ending ankle injury in late August this past summer, the Nationals decided to call up 24-year-old, 2021 7th Round pick Jacob Young, a University of Florida product who'd worked his way up from A-ball to Double-A to Triple-A this season, putting up a combined .305/.376/.418 line along the way. “He's a well-above average runner,” Kris Kline, then the Director of Scouting Ops for the club, who is now a Special Assistant to Nats' GM Mike Rizzo, said, in offering a scouting report on Young after the second night of the 2021 Draft. Young got his feet wet with 26 games at Class-A Fredericksburg in 2021, and he played 115 games there in 2022 (putting up a .262/.360/.331 line with 10 doubles, eight triples, two home runs and 52 stolen bases in 59 opportunities), and then he moved up to play at High-A Wilmington, Double-A Harrisburg, and Triple-A Rochester this season before he got the call to continue a somewhat meteoric rise through the system.

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