Andry Lara

20-Year-Old PitcherP
Washington Nationals A
2023 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Andry Lara in 2023. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
$Signed a $1.25 million contract with the Nationals in July of 2019.
Fans seven for Fredericksburg
PWashington Nationals  A
April 18, 2022
Lara impressed for Single-A Fredericksburg on Sunday against Carolina, giving up two runs on three hits and two walks over four innings while striking out seven.
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One of the Nationals' top pitching prospects, Lara is still only 19 after being a J-2 signing in 2019, but this is already his second look at full-season ball after he ended last season with a couple shaky starts for Fredericksburg. His results this time around have been a lot better, however, and if Lara can improve his control, his raw stuff could allow him to consistently dominate hitters in the low minors. For the moment, he's only on the radar in deeper dynasty formats, but Lara has the tools to put together a breakout campaign.
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2020 Fantasy Outlook
The top pitching prospect available in the July 2, 2019 international signing class, Lara signed with the Nationals for $1.25 million and immediately turned heads in the fall instructional league. Even with a low-effort delivery, he was sitting at 92-95 mph with his fastball as a 16-year-old. Other than the fact he is a pitching prospect set to make his pro debut as a 17-year-old, the biggest risk factor with Lara is his weight. He is already 6-foot-4, 217 pounds, and while he should eventually be sitting in the upper-90s with his heater, he could get too big to consistently repeat his delivery and command his electric arsenal. His slurvy breaking ball plays well off his fastball, and while no pitcher his age should be judged on the quality of their changeup, his is on the right track to be a quality offering. Look for him to debut as the youngest pitcher in the Gulf Coast League. He has frontline upside.
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Making progress with consistency
PWashington Nationals  A
April 1, 2020
Lara has made a good impression on Nationals minor-league pitching coordinator Brad Holman, Byron Kerr of MASN Sports reports. "His fastball is mid-90s mph and just once and a while he will like overthrow it a tick and catch a little misfire and yank it left," Holman said this week. "He's just learning how to make adjustments and how to get back on track when he's off. But he makes a lot of really good pitches, too. It's (all about) just becoming more consistent for him and, of course, he is just a baby. He just turned 17."
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Signs with Nationals
PWashington Nationals  A
July 2, 2019
Lara signed with the Nationals for $1.25 million, Jesse Sanchez of MLB.com reports.
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