Mason Williams began the 2013 season as the number one prospect in the Yankees system and one of the top ranked outfielders in minor league baseball. He then struggled in High-A before being arrested for driving under the influence. As questions about his makeup arose, Williams continued to sputter until a late season surge quieted doubters. Williams’ .288/.328/.384 second half was enough for the Yankees to promote him to Double-A to end the year. The former top-100 prospect has struggled to adjust since.
1-On-1 ROTO Strategy Session
The Best Of RS
- Can Alex "Chi-Chi" Gonzalez Crack the Texas Rangers Opening Day Rotation?
- Fantasy Baseball Trade Deadline 101: A Former MLB GM’s Take
- Felix Hernandez and Solo Home Run Situations: A Blueprint For Longevity
- JR Graham: Is He Still An MLB Arm For The Atlanta Braves?
- Mason Williams: Is It Time To Label Him A Bust For The Yankees?
- Mike Newman's Top-50 Fantasy Baseball Prospects Scouted in 2014
- Nick Kingham Scouting Report (2014)
- Rangers Joey Gallo, Marlins Giancarlo Stanton And Strikeouts
- The ROTOscouting Baseball Podcast
- Top-10 Fantasy Baseball Prospects By Team
- Will Mike Moustakas Finally Put It Together Next Season?