Logan O'Hoppe

22-Year-Old CatcherC
2023 Fantasy Outlook
O'Hoppe was sent from the Phillies, where he was blocked by J.T. Realmuto, to the Angels in exchange for Brandon Marsh in a fun deadline swap of unproven up-the-middle position players with upside. A 6-foot-2 catcher who impressed in the 2021 Arizona Fall League and performed solidly in the lower levels, O'Hoppe broke out last year at Double-A prior to the trade (144 wRC+). He went completely nuclear after the trade, slashing .306/.473/.673 with 11 home runs, a 22.1 BB% and a 16.8 K% in 131 plate appearances for Rocket City, which allowed him to bypass Triple-A with his new organization and get a late-season call to the majors. Anaheim was a great trade destination for O'Hoppe, as he has a clear path to as much playing time as he can handle. Given his ability to draw walks and hit for impactful power, he could hit in the top five or six spots of the lineup for most of the season. Projections systems are buying in, so he won't be under the radar in two-catcher leagues. Read Past Outlooks
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