Jose Albertos

24-Year-Old PitcherP
Chicago Cubs A+
2023 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Jose Albertos in 2023. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
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Farm Futures: NL Central: 105 Prospects You Need To Know
February 21, 2019
James Anderson sifts through the increasingly thin organizations in the NL Central but notes that there are still some gems, such as the Reds' Nick Senzel.
Farm Futures: MiLB Pitcher Awards
September 7, 2017
James Anderson wraps up his postseason awards with a look at the best and most disappointing pitchers in the minors, including Astros wunderkind Forrest Whitley.
Farm Futures: 20 Pitcher Predictions
March 30, 2017
James Anderson finishes off his preseason prospect predictions and is expecting big things from Astros' first-round pick Forrest Whitley.
2018 Fantasy Outlook
It's easy to get caught up dreaming on Albertos' upside. He has a plus fastball with a plus changeup and plus breaking ball on the way. Unfortunately, he already has an unathletic body that figures to continue to trend in the wrong direction. There is a reason scouts get excited when they see a 6-foot-4, 180-pound teenage hurler. Well, Albertos represents the opposite phenomenon -- a 19-year-old who is a physically mature 6-foot-1 and already pushing 200 pounds. His command is fringe-average, and given his lack of athleticism, he may not improve much in that department. Minor arm issues have limited him to just 47 innings as a pro, but one of the few positives regarding his body is the fact he should be able to hold up under a starter's workload -- he just hasn't had a chance to prove that yet. His top two goals for 2018 will be to approach 80-to-90 innings while throwing more strikes and better strikes. If he accomplishes both of those objectives, No. 2 starter upside will become more realistic.