2022 Player Outlook
While the power numbers weren't quite what we were expecting last year, his 11 stolen bases were a nice touch. He stole just six bags across the 2019 and 2020 seasons, and it was the first time since 2015 that he had double-digit homers and stolen bases in the same season. His postseason efforts with Atlanta were exceptional, and while his pull side power should shine in a full season at Truist park, his stolen base total in 2022 is something to note. Of his 11 swiped bags last season, just two came with Atlanta, and if you include the postseason, he swiped just three bases in 49 games with the Braves. A safe projection is the 6-10 range in 2022 for Rosario, but his power numbers should return in a favorable stadium for left-handed hitters.