|Debut: 2005 | BirthDate: 9/6/1981 | Position: 1B/3B|
Profile: Mark Teahen should have third base and outfield eligibility headed into 2012. The positives end there. Teahen’s once promising career hit a new low in 2011, hitting .200/.273/300 over 177 at-bats. He was part of the many moving parts involved in the Colby Rasmus trade which saw him going from the Chicago White Sox to the Toronto Blue Jays, where he was going to be a utility player at best, and possibly simply a bench player. There are no indications that Teahen was unlucky in 2011 nor are there any signals that he’s a good candidate to rebound. Teahen, 30, isn’t likely to get many more than 150 at-bats unless injuries decimate his new team’s depth charts. Toronto let him go and so should you. (Michael Barr)
Quick Opinion: Teahen is only relevant in the deepest of leagues, and shouldn’t be part of your fantasy strategy.
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