Brett Baty

3B · New York Mets

Bats L Throws R
DOB 1999-11-13 Age 23.3
2023 Fantasy Rankings

NFBC ADP (15-team): 25.13, 373rd

Season Projections

THE BAT524.1853493153776141736289426.921.241.309.359.668.118

ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

Fantasy Baseball News Last 90 Days

  • Brett Baty Optioned To Triple-A

    Despite an impressive performance in spring training, New York Mets top prospect Brett Baty was optioned to Triple-A Syracuse. Baty is the No. 2 prospect in the Mets organization and ranks 21st in all of baseball. His bat was on full display this spring after hitting his way to a .885 OPS. Baty slashed .325/.460/.425 and drove in six RBI along with one homer. Despite proving that he's capable of thriving in a major-league setting, the Mets opted to continue his development in the minors. Baty played just six games at Triple-A Syracuse last season and the Mets want him to gain some experience at a higher level before turning full pro. If he turns some heads down in Syracuse, it could stir an early call-up to the big leagues.

    Mar 25 · Source via Mets Brett Baty prospects
  • Brett Baty Survives Another Round Of Cuts

    New York Mets third baseman Brett Baty survived another round of cuts on Wednesday and will remain in camp with the team. The Mets demoted top prospect, Francisco Alvarez, but Baty's strong spring has made the team strongly consider him entering Opening Day. The 23-year-old has been white-hot this spring with a .342 batting average to go along with one homer, seven runs, five RBI and a pair of stolen bases. With projected third baseman Eduardo Escobar starting to get reps in the outfield, there seems to be a true chance that he could switch to a utility role with Baty manning the hot corner. Baty is already on the 40-man roster and that could work in his favor when it comes down to final cuts. With an ability to hit for both contact and power, Baty could be a valuable late-round piece in upcoming redraft drafts. In dynasty leagues, Baty should already be rostered. Managers should continue to monitor his status with Opening Day approaching and any indication that he will make the team will surely rise his ADP.

    Mar 22 · Source via Mets Brett Baty prospects
  • Big Hype Prospects: Walker, Volpe, Baty, Grissom, Brown

    This week on Big Hype Prospects, we'll take a closer look at high-profile youngsters pushing for an Opening Day assignment. Five BHPs In The News Jordan Walker, 20, OF, STL (AA) 536 PA, 19 HR, 22 SB, .306/.388/.510 This column has nothing new to say about Walker. He is in the midst of a bid…

    Mar 21 · MLB Trade Rumors Yankees Mets Astros Cardinals White Sox Braves Brewers Red Sox Brett Baty Hunter Brown Oscar Colas Vaughn Grissom Oswald Peraza Braden Shewmake Brice Turang Anthony Volpe Jordan Walker prospects
  • Brett Baty Enjoying Red-Hot Spring

    New York Mets third baseman Brett Baty is raking this spring in his bid for an Opening Day roster spot. Baty has hit one home run with a double on his ledger, but he's also hitting a hefty .458 alongside a 1.177 OPS across 24 spring at-bats. The 23-year-old also has four walks against six strikeouts while collecting two stolen bases across 12 Grapefruit League contests. Baty debuted with the Mets in the 2022 season but struggled to a .184 batting average with two homers across 42 trips to the plate. He spent the bulk of last season at the Double-A level, posting a robust .312/.406/.544 slash line with 19 homers across 89 games. He's competing with veteran Eduardo Escobar for reps at third base, but he could also see time at designated hitter if he can stay hot entering the 2023 campaign.

    Mar 13 · Source via Mets Brett Baty Eduardo Escobar prospects
  • Big Hype Prospects: Walker, Baty, Volpe, Colas, Jameson

    The hype is real this week on Big Hype Prospects. Numerous notable youngsters are among the top performers in the Grapefruit and Cactus Leagues. Five BHPs In The News Jordan Walker, 20, OF, STL (AA) 536 PA, 19 HR, 22 SB, .306/.388/.510 Walker is fourth among qualified spring hitters with a 1.429 OPS across 28…

    Mar 8 · MLB Trade Rumors Cardinals Mets Yankees White Sox Diamondbacks Rangers Reds Jordan Walker Brett Baty Anthony Volpe Oscar Colas Drey Jameson Cole Ragans Masyn Winn Christian Encarnacion-Strand prospects
  • Mets Don't Want To Deal Francisco Alvarez, Brett Baty

    The New York Mets have been big spenders, but they also remain committed to the idea of building from within long term. Top prospects Francisco Alvarez and Brett Baty don't seem to have a very good chance to make this year's Opening Day roster, but the team is reluctant to trade them. The Miami Marlins have tried multiple times to acquire Baty and were prepared to offer one of their young starters in return. The Marlins came close to landing Brendan Rodgers from the Colorado Rockies in exchange for starter Edward Cabrera, but it ultimately fell through. Alvarez and Baty are both highly attractive in dynasty/keeper leagues and could also be worth stashing in deep mixed leagues in 2023. Alvarez has the better shot to crack the Opening Day roster because of his ability to play both catcher and outfield.

    Jan 20 · Source via Mets Francisco Alvarez Brett Baty prospects
  • Francisco Alvarez, Brett Baty Will Have Shot To Make The Roster

    New York Mets catcher Francisco Alvarez and third baseman Brett Baty will both be given a realistic chance to make the Opening Day roster out of spring training. But with more opportunity in left field this year, Alvarez likely has the better chance to begin the 2023 season in the big leagues. When it looked like shortstop Carlos Correa was signing with the Mets, the Miami Marlins were interested in trading for Baty and infielder Eduardo Escobar. Alvarez is considered the No. 1 prospect in baseball heading into the 2023 season, per MLB Pipeline, so it makes sense for him to have a pretty good shot at starting the year with the Mets. Baty is the team's No. 2 prospect. Alvarez (five games) and Baty (11 games) got their feet wet in the Show in 2022, but they should both see much more playing time this year and are considered key future pieces in Queens.

    Jan 12 · Source via Mets Francisco Alvarez Brett Baty prospects
  • Hitting Stats

    2023 ATC577.18534931139771411140319025.821.248.323.405.728.157
    2023 Steamer431.1662632343058110831226825.921.248.318.397.715.149
    2023 THE BAT524.1853493153776141736289426.921.241.309.359.668.118
    2023 Zeile438.5722642363259110831246625.011.250.326.398.724.148

    Historic stats obtained free of charge from and are copyrighted by Retrosheet. ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

    Fielding Stats



    Aug 17at ATLW 9-716.144110012000.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Aug 18at ATLL 2-32.6330100000133.300.333.333.333.666.000
    Aug 19at PHIW 7-29.0430100021125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Aug 20at PHIW 8-24.543100000000.
    Aug 20at PHIL 1-40.0440000000125.
    Aug 21at PHIW 10-91.9551000000360.
    Aug 22at NYYL 2-42.632000000100.000.000.333.000.333.000
    Aug 23at NYYL 2-42.633010000000.000.333.333.333.666.000
    Aug 25vs COLW 3-12.6440100000250.
    Aug 26vs COLW 7-614.244110011000.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Aug 28vs COLL 0-12.633010000000.000.333.333.333.666.000
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