2022 Player Outlook
At 37 years young, Lowrie had a solid first half, posting a .263 average with 10 home runs across his first 300 at-bats. Well, over the last half of the season, he hit just .210 and his BABIP dropped by nearly 60 points. Father Time always wins out, and since Lowrie doesn’t run at all anymore, he becomes a low power guy with no speed. He should get plenty of at-bats in a weak Oakland lineup, and there’s some optimism following last year’s increase in average exit velocity and barrel rate, but he’s nothing more than a late-round flier at best.