Just a reminder, because I think most people know this, but there is a slight
correlation between a player having spring training slugging percentage .200 points their career slugging percentage and that player having a "breakout" year. I believe the original article for this is located here
. However, I usually what until the last week of spring training to examine this.
That said, Hermida is certainly on fire this spring. However, his K/BB ratio, which made him such a highly regarded prospect in the minors, has not been getting worse each year in the majors (2.1, 2.2, 2.9 in MLB, 0.8 in the high minors). Until he reverses this trend, his chances of being valuable in fantasy are very slim. He's a good last round gamble, but I do not have high hopes for him.
In my fridge: Founders Kentucky Breakfast Stout (KBS), Central Waters Peruvian Morning, Bell's Batch 10,000, Dale's Pale Ale, Capital Brewery Amber, New Glarus Moon Man, and Guinness.