2022 Player Outlook
If you got to watch Odor play for the Yankees this season you probably noticed his love and excitement for the game. He was always one of the first players to jump out of the dugout and congratulate a teammate on a run scored or home run. His enthusiasm for the game is infectious. Unfortunately, 2021 marked the fourth season out of his last five in which he failed to post a batting average higher than .205. Unless the Orioles decide to hand over the starting second baseman’s job to prospect Terrin Vavra at some point this season Odor will play 150 games and secure 550 ABs. If he does play every day, he won’t hit for a high average, but he’ll probably hit close to 30 home runs.