2022 Player Outlook
Despite a dip in his average exit velocity, Soler remained well above average in that department, and he continued his solid walk rate from the last few years. Despite hitting just .223, he cut into his strikeout rate a bit, but his low .250 BABIP and xBA of .250 provide some optimism. He’s a career .251 hitter, and while it’s not the best home park, his raw power shouldn’t be a problem. After a rough start to the year, Soler was excellent over his last 67 games, helping cash in on a nice deal with the Marlins. With some better luck in the batting average department, he should be a nice source of power, and if other fantasy baseball managers in your league discount him for going to Miami, go ahead and buy in at a better value.