2022 Player Outlook
Seager had an impressive 2021 campaign, as he hit .306 with a .394 OBP, 16 home runs, 57 RBI and 54 runs scored. He isn't going to provide many stolen bases, and those that choose to avoid Seager in drafts continuously point to his injury history, and it's a valid argument. Seager would likely shoot up draft boards if people were guaranteed a clean bill of health for a full season. However, it's just not the case. He's in more than 100 games just once in the past four seasons, and a lack of stolen bases will keep outside of the top handful of players at his position from a fantasy perspective. In reality, he's one of the best pure hitters at his position, but the lack of stolen bases and elevated chance for injury keep his fantasy value slightly suppressed.