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2023 Player Outlook

2023 Recap: In his age 33 season, Heyward had a resurgence with the Dodgers, slashing .269/.340/.473 with 15 home runs, 56 runs scored, 40 RBI, and a .204 ISO across 124 games. His .204 ISO was his highest mark since his career year in 2012 with the Braves, while his .340 OBP was his highest since the shortened 2020 season. He did change his stance/swing a bit, which seemed to help, along with the Dodger magic they seem to have. Heyward stayed in the zone more than past years, and got the bat on the ball more frequently, en route to an 81.3 percent contact rate, his highest in the past five seasons. 

2024 Outlook: Heyward was a non-factor in the postseason, but after a slower start to the season, he was solid after the All-Star Break, posting a .287 average with 17 extra-base hits across 157 at-bats. Fantasy wise, he’ll have a good supporting cast around him yet again in 2023, but his expected statistics indicate a bit of regression in 2024. Additionally, he will be operating in a platoon, so he won’t be an everyday player, and could find himself being pinch-hit for when the opposition brings in a southpaw.

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