2022 Player Outlook
Bregman missed a good chunk of the 2021 season and he was limited to just 91 games. In said games, Bregman hit .270 with a .777 OPS, 12 home runs, 55 RBI, 54 runs scored and one stolen base. After stealing 27 bases between 2017-2018, he has just six over the last three seasons. The drop in stolen bases dings his fantasy value a bit, as well as not having shortstop eligibility anymore. His fantasy value isn't as high as it once was, largely due to the decrease in stolen bases. His 41 home runs from 2019 seem like a slight outlier, and a more realistic projection in 2022 is in the 28-32 range with a .270-.275 batting average. A good supporting cast in Houston will help his RBI and runs scored, but be careful over drafting Bregman in the hopes of recapturing that 2019 magic.