2022 Player Outlook
With the Baltimore Orioles, Severino was solid last year, slashing .248/.308/.383 with 11 homers, 46 RBI, and 32 runs scored. Severino had some nasty splits, as he hit righties at a .152 clip with a putrid .434 OPS. However, southpaws didn't stand a chance against Severino, as he hit them at a .293 clip with a .818 OPS. Defensively speaking, he ranked in the third percentile in framing and threw out just 22.5 percent of base-stealers. Defensive issues aside, Severino is exactly what Milwaukee needed behind Omar Narvaez. Narvaez hits righties well, but not lefties. Well, Severino crushed lefties in 2021 and is an above-average backup backstop from an offensive perspective, but he is out for a good chunk of the season due to a PED suspension.