Although opportunity may determine how Tyler Stephenson fares in fantasy for 2021, his sample in 2020 put him on the radar as a stash candidate in two-catcher leagues with eyes on the future. Cincinnati also cleared a path to playing time letting Curt Casali leave via free agency to San Francisco, so Stephenson should break camp with the Reds.
A very limited sample in 2020 makes assessing Stephenson difficult, especially given only one season in Double-A, but it's apparent he brings some power upside to the table:
Tyler Stephenson made his #MLB debut in style last year, homering in his first game. Here's where the #Reds' 2015 first-rounder ranks among baseball's Top 10 catching prospects: https://t.co/61eqOtb7br