Ernesto Martinez

23-Year-Old First Baseman1B
Milwaukee Brewers A+
2023 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Ernesto Martinez in 2023. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
$Signed a $925,000 contract with the Brewers in May of 2017.
Inks deal with Brewers
1BMilwaukee Brewers  A+
May 18, 2017
Martinez signed a contract with the Brewers on Thursday worth $925,000, Jesse Sanchez of reports.
The 17-year-old Cuban prospect landed a spot on the French national team for the World Baseball Classic this past year, but he's more well-known for his contributions to the Cuban U15 team back in 2014, when he batted .465 in the World Championships. Martinez doesn't walk a ton, but his bat is his main selling point and could help him land a job in Milwaukee in the next three or four years.
Read More News
Batting Stats
Loading Batting Stats...
Minor League Game Log
Calculate Stats Over Time
Just click on any two dates.
Loading Minor League Batting Game Log...
Advanced Batting Stats
Loading Advanced Batting Stats...
Additional Stats
Games By Position
Defensive Stats
Loading Games Played by Position...
Loading MLB Defensive Stats...
Batted Ball Stats
Loading Batted Ball Stats...
Stats Vs Upcoming Pitchers
Want more matchup stats?
Loading Matchup Stats...
Our full team depth charts are reserved for RotoWire subscribers.
Subscribe Now
Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Ernesto Martinez See More
Farm Futures: First Base Tiers
January 27, 2020
James Anderson provides his first base prospect tiers, featuring Alex Kirilloff, who could debut this summer for the Twins.
Farm Futures: NL Central: 99 Prospects You Need To Know
January 23, 2020
James Anderson breaks down all the fantasy-relevant prospects in the NL Central led by Cardinals outfielder Dylan Carlson, who is poised to make a big-league impact this summer.
Farm Futures: Short-Season / Rookie Hitter Index
June 19, 2018
James Anderson gives a preview of the next wave of top prospects beginning their pro careers in Short-Season and Rookie leagues, including the Rays' Wander Franco.