2022 Player Outlook
2021 was a trying year for Calhoun to say the least. He had a meniscus tear in the offseason and then went to the injured list not once, but twice for hamstring issues. He played in just 51 games last year, hitting five home runs with 17 RBI and 17 runs scored. His batted ball profile underwhelmed yet again, too, as his barrel rate fell to the single digits, his average exit velocity declined for the third straight season, and his contact rate was nearly five percentage points below his career mark. There's some talented bats on this team, so Calhoun could have a hard time holding down a full-time role for the majority of the 2022 season. If he does, Calhoun is what he is at this point, which is an aging corner outfielder with an increased propensity to strikeout, but there's still adequate power in that bat of his. He's nothing more than a late round lottery ticket for some cheap power this season.