2022 Player Outlook
Escobar split time with the Diamondbacks and Brewers last season and finished the season hitting .253 with 77 runs, 28 home runs, 90 RBI and an OPS of .786. He signs with the Mets this season to be their starting third basemen. The home run pop has always been a calling card for Escobar but obviously the change in scenery along with his advancing age is always a cause for concern, couple that with the Mets recent struggles of having a production free agent class and there is certainly a little cause of concern here with Escobar. Escobar is currently being drafted among the Top 20 third basemen and has an average ADP of 185 which puts him in the 16th-to-18th round depending on your league size.