2022 Player Outlook
Cooper played 71 games for the Marlins last season and hit .284 with nine home runs and an OPS of .845. There may be no player more excited about the Universal DH coming to the National League on the Marlins than Cooper who is horrid defensively but has always been a big-time power threat. Over the last three seasons with the Marlins, he has hit .282 with an OPS of .818 but has only averaged 239 at-bats a season. In 2019 he saw his most extensive playing time and hit 15 home runs over 107 games. If he can win the starting DH job for the Marlins this season there is definitely sleeper upside here from a guy you likely grab off your waiver wire.