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2022 Player Outlook

Castro turned heads in 2020 when he posted a .340/.381/.550 slash line with a six home runs, a .202 ISO and 24 RBI over just 140 plate appearances. Few people expected him to repeat those numbers, but there appeared to be enough year-to-year growth from 2019 that when it was announced he would break camp with the big club, expectations grew. Unfortunately, that didn't happen. In 2021, Castros metrics all seemed to be in-line with his production the prior year, but a .275 BABP dropped his slash line significantly and suddenly everyone came to realize that his .448 BABIP in 2021 was a driving force for his overall numbers. That's not to say he can't find a happy medium between the two years and even just a league-average .310 BABIP can help him get to a place where he is worthy of being drafted in mixed leagues.

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