Jeremy De La Rosa

21-Year-Old OutfielderOF
Washington Nationals A+
2023 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Jeremy De La Rosa in 2023. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
$Signed a contract with the Nationals in July of 2018.
Added to 40-man
OFWashington Nationals  A+
November 15, 2022
De La Rosa was added to the Nationals' 40-man roster Tuesday.
The 20-year-old outfielder has yet to play beyond the High-A level in his young career. However, De La Roza slashed .315/.394/.505 in Single-A Fredericksburg, which is all the Nationals need to feel comfortable stashing him on their 40-man roster as he works up their farm system.
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2021 Fantasy Outlook
One of the nice things about being a good prospect in an organization with a terrible farm system is that you get more national attention and more opportunities within the organization than you might in another org. De La Rosa, one of Washington's top international signees in 2018, got such an opportunity last summer, as he was invited to the alternate training site despite having never played above the Gulf Coast League -- he was aggressively assigned to the GCL for his pro debut in 2019 and was better than league average (108 wRC+). He showcased impressive power to all fields while at the alternate training site, and power figures to be his top tool as he moves up the ladder. He is also a great athlete with above-average speed, so there is a lot to like here in dynasty leagues. De La Rosa, 19, has been given challenging assignments at every turn, and has yet to fall flat. He should head to Low-A in 2021.
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Promoted to High-A
OFWashington Nationals  A+
July 13, 2022
De La Rosa was promoted to High-A Wilmington on Tuesday, Matt Eddy of Baseball America reports.
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Joins 60-player pool
OFWashington Nationals  A+
August 28, 2020
De La Rosa was added to the Nationals' 60-player pool Friday, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports.
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May earn quick promotion
OFWashington Nationals  A+
April 16, 2020
De La Rosa is still listed on the roster for the Nationals' Gulf Coast League affiliate, but he could move up quickly with a good start to the season, Byron Kerr of MASN suggests.
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