2022 Player Outlook
As the Tigers look to get younger, they understand the need for veteran talent to help mentor the kids which is why Schoop is being brought back to serve as their primary first baseman. He enjoyed a solid 2021, slashing .278/.320/.435 with 22 home runs and 84 RBI while posting career bets number in both strikeout and walk rates, but it's really just a matter of time before the Tigers make the full youth movement transition and start selling off players like Schoop to teams in need of bench depth. Schoop appeared at first base in 114 games last year, but he also played 38 games at second base which will help him retain his eligibility at the keystone for fantasy owners. He should not be considered a primary target in drafts, but as you look for depth in the later rounds, his multi-position eligibility does give him some appeal.