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2023 Player Outlook

Winker disappointed in Seattle last year, as he posted career worsts in average (.219), OBP (.344), SLG (.344), wOBA (.313), and wRC+ (109). I guess the upside here is that even at his worst, his wRC+ was above 100, so silver linings, I guess? His BABIP tanked to .251, which was also a career worst, and there were some decreases in his average exit velocity, barrel rate, and hard contact rate. His xBA of .249 is at least closer to his batting averages of years past. He is no stranger to ball four, and most of his plate discipline metrics are on par with years past. It’s possible that 2022 was just an outlier for the talented outfielder, and American Family Field can be profitable for left-handed power bats, at least more so than T-Mobile Park. With a better home park for left-handed hitters, Winker should bounce back in 2023, approaching 20 home runs for the season, while continuing to be incredibly valuable in leagues that value OBP.

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