2022 Player Outlook
In Pittsburgh, Frazier was an on-base machine, but didn't run as much as one would like. With Pittsburgh in 2021, he hit .324 with four home runs and five stolen bases in 98 games. In just 57 games, even though his batting average fell to .267 and he hit just one home run, he stole five bases with San Diego. Will he run as much in 2022 with Seattle? That's the big question. Frazier will be a stalwart in the Seattle lineup this season, and with a little bit of luck, he should reach double-digit home runs and stolen bases this season. The days of pushing for .300 or better are likely in the past, but Frazier should anywhere between .265-.280 this season.