The Philadelphia Phillies did the predictable on Monday when they sent top outfield prospect Roman Quinn to Triple-A; with Quinn becoming the latest example of teams wanting to preserve Super 2 status. This despite the fact Quinn comes off a big 2016 minor league campaign where he hit .302 with 6 home runs and 36 steals at the age of 23. Quinn looks like a real keeper and someone who will be an instant fantasy baseball asset who can bat .300, steal a bunch of bases, score a high amount of runs, and eventually tap into power. In other words, Quinn would be the new and much younger version of Denard Span and we all know the latter has been mighty useful over the years in fantasy baseball. So if you have deeper leagues, stash Quinn if you can in your N/A slot as he will be putting up numbers soon enough.