Miguel Hiraldo

22-Year-Old Second Baseman2B
Toronto Blue Jays A+
2023 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Miguel Hiraldo in 2023. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
$Signed a $750,000 contract with the Blue Jays in July of 2017.
Blue Jays sign Dominican shortstop prospect
2BToronto Blue Jays  A+
July 2, 2017
Hiraldo signed a $750,000 deal with the Blue Jays on Sunday.
There are far more questions about Hiraldo's glove than his stick, as some evaluators think he is one of the best pure hitters in this year's July 2 signing class. It is a hit-over-power profile at the moment, but he has the strength and bat speed to be a 20-plus-homer threat down the road. He barrels frequently and puts on an all-fields laser show in batting practice. While he has been training as a shortstop, it is possible he ends up at third base, second base, left field or even catcher. His bat will have to carry the rest of the profile up the organizational ladder.
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2020 Fantasy Outlook
Hiraldo was a high-pedigree July 2, 2017 signee out of the Dominican Republic, and while he is only 19, it is already clear that his bat will have to carry him to the majors. His 5-foot-11, 170-pound listed height/weight seem generous, and his fringe-average speed has already moved him down the defensive spectrum to second base -- he could eventually end up at the hot corner. So far, Hiraldo has hit enough to remain relevant. He is a .300 hitter with nine home runs and a 14.5 K% through 539 PA. However, his extremely pull-heavy approach will need to be dialed back some against better defenses as he moves up the ladder. He gets the ball in the air with enough frequency to still hit around .260 or .270 with half his hits going to the pull side, but he probably needs to hit closer to .300 to be an everyday player. Hiraldo should spend most of the year at Low-A.