2022 Player Outlook
Rosario may never live up to the hype he got when he was in the Mets system, but he seems to have taken his place as a solid, Multi-category contributor in the middle infield. Once thought of as a potential 30-steal guy, Rosario came close with 24 in 2018, but it's difficult to expect a heavy stolen base total from a guy with a .307 OBP for his career, unless you're looking at a specialist whose only job is to steal bases and pinch-run on days he doesn't play, but those Billy Hamilton types are very few and far between. Rosario will be a solid asset as he settles into the 10-15 HR and 10-15 SB range just as he did in 2021 because he'll do that with a solid batting average as well. As an added bonus, if your league uses a 15-game minimum for position eligibility, Rosario also walks in as an outfielder as well.