2022 Player Outlook
Most of the appeal with Taylor is the multi-position eligibility since he can play almost anywhere in the field. He’s a career .261 hitter and that was right in line last year as he hit .254 but set a career high with 20 home runs, 92 runs scored, and 73 RBI. It’s highly unlikely he repeats those numbers in 2022. But there’s still a good floor with Taylor and he’s actually being drafted ahead of teammate Justin Turner. Most sites are projecting him for about 15-18 home runs, 70 runs scored, and 70 RBI. That’s a decent floor with a player that can be put in almost any position on your fantasy baseball team.