2022 Player Outlook
What more can we say about Miguel Cabrera that you haven't heard already? For years, he was one of the most feared and prolific hitters in the game and now, over the past five seasons, he's been nothing but a shell of his former self. His 2021 season in which he slashed .256/.316/.386 with 15 home runs and 75 RBI was his most productive since 2017 and with a declining walk-rate, a rising K-rate and diminishing ISO, it is evident that we are at the end of the road of an illustrious career. Maybe he posts similar totals in 2022, but given the youth movement in Detroit, his biggest asset is going to be his experience and the knowledge he can endow upon his younger teammates. If there were a fantasy category for that, then great, but there isn't and that limits Miggy to being drafted as nothing more than a late-round flier for bench-depth.