Brady House

19-Year-Old ShortstopSS
Washington Nationals A
Out
Injury Back
Est. Return 2/2/2023
2023 Fantasy Outlook
The overall numbers don't tell the full story with House. He slashed .326/.408/.449 with a 25.2 K% in 21 games to start the season at Single-A before landing on the injured list with an undisclosed injury. From there, he was in and out of the lineup while dealing with an undisclosed injury or injuries, and then it was reported in late-June that the Nationals had shut down House. He never returned, but the efforts to play through what was ailing him led to his overall numbers getting dragged down close to league average (108 wRC+). It's been reported that a back injury was the cause of House missing the final few months, and he also dealt with a case of COVID at some point in the year. It's fair to assume that a fully-healthy House is closer to the offensive machine he was to start the year, although at no point in the year did he show an excellent command of the strike zone. House has plus raw power and a huge 6-foot-4, 215-pound frame as a 19-year-old, so he could conceivably grow into 70-grade power and outgrow shortstop in a few years. If he can move past the back issue and keep the strikeouts in the 25% range, he could have a breakout year at High-A. Read Past Outlooks
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$Signed a $5 million contract with the Nationals in July of 2021.
Ruled out for 2022
SSWashington Nationals  A
Back
August 30, 2022
Single-A Fredericksburg manager Jake Lowery said Monday that House (back) won't play again in 2022 but should be a full participant for spring training, Joey LoMonaco of The Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star reports.
ANALYSIS
The 19-year-old shortstop thus concludes his second professional season with a .278/.356/.375 slash line to go with three home runs and one stolen base over 202 plate appearances at Fredericksburg. Even though he's been ruled out from playing again in 2022, House could remain with Fredericksburg for the rest of the minor-league season to continue his rehab program for the back injury.
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2022 Fantasy Outlook
For those that prioritize maximum exit velocity and power potential, House stacks up with anyone in the 2021 draft class and any prep hitter from recent draft classes. His swing has evolved over the last couple years, and he had as good of a showing as anyone could have hoped for after signing for an over-slot $5 million after the Nationals selected him with the No. 11 pick. House's 19.7 K%, 10.6 BB% and 37.0 Oppo% stood out as strong indicators in 66 PA in the Florida Complex League. He is already 6-foot-4, 215 pounds and just turned 18 in June, so there's a chance his body stiffens up in the coming years. The Nationals will keep him at shortstop for now, even though a move to third base seems likely at some point. House will need to continue to make contact at an acceptable clip while also drawing his fair share of walks to make this profile work against upper-level pitching, but if he does, he should comfortably hit in the middle of a big-league lineup some day.
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May not return this season
SSWashington Nationals  A
Back
August 5, 2022
House (back) may not return to game action until fall instructs, Matt Weyrich of NBC Sports Washington reports.
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Shut down to manage workload
SSWashington Nationals  A
Back
June 25, 2022
House is dealing with a back injury that has kept him sidelined since June 11. He is being held out in an effort to manage his workload, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports.
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Placed on injured list
SSWashington Nationals  A
Undisclosed
June 23, 2022
House was placed on the 7-day minor-league injured list for an undisclosed reason Thursday, Bobby Blanco of MASNSports.com reports.
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Back in action at Single-A
SSWashington Nationals  A
May 16, 2022
House (undisclosed) has gone 1-for-4 with a run and three RBI in his two games for Single-A Fredericksburg since being reinstated from the 7-day injured list Friday.
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Out with undisclosed injury
SSWashington Nationals  A
Undisclosed
May 10, 2022
House has not played for Single-A Fredericksburg since May 1 and is on the 7-day injured list with an undisclosed injury.
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