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2022 Player Outlook

Unlike his teammate Joey Votto, Mike Moustakas did not enjoy a bounce-back campaign. A foot injury ended his 2021 season early, but he went from a 28+ homer bat from 2017-2019 with Kansas City and Milwaukee to hitting just six homers in 2021 with a disappointing .208/.282/.372 slash line. The first step to bouncing back in 2022 is staying in the zone and getting back to pummeling fastballs like he used to do. It's crazy to think a couple of years ago that Moustakas was a guy you would draft and expect roughly 30 home runs and good counting stats. Now, in 2022, he's likely going to come off the bench for the Reds, given that Cincy is loaded in the infield. You can take a flier later in drafts on Moustakas with the hope that he moves into a starting role and takes advantage of a good home park.

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