2022 Player Outlook
However you thought Marcus Semien would be in a loaded Toronto offense wasn't good enough. He hit 45 home runs, drove in 102 runners, scored 115 times himself and swiped 15 bags while hitting a cool .265. It's no surprise he posted a career best barrel rate and launch angle last season, and a shift to second base might have freed up the mental side a bit for the slugger. He parlayed last year into a big time deal with the Texas Rangers, where the 31-year-old will man the keystone for the foreseeable future. From a fantasy perspective, there were far better landing spots than Texas. Now, adding Corey Seager will help the overall lineup, but it's still a step back from the powerhouse offense Toronto assembled last season. His numbers from last season are going to be nearly impossible to replicate, but he's still a safe bet for 30 home runs and somewhere between 10-15 stolen bases.