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After hitting just .190 with two home runs in 31 games for Boston in 2021, the Red Sox traded Chavis to Pittsburgh in July. An elbow strain cost Chavis some time, but in 12 games with Pittsburgh, Chavis hit .357 with 1 home run, five BRI and four runs scored. After walking 31 times in 95 games in 2019, Chavis has just nine walks in his last 85 games. That's something to monitor moving forward. There's plenty of pop in Chavis' bat, and he has some pretty decent wheels (88th percentile sprint speed in 2021) despite underwhelming stolen base numbers. Consistent playing time could be tough to come by in Pittsburgh to begin the year, but his most likely opportunities seem to be in the corner outfield spots or at second base. If he can get an opportunity to start on a regular cadence, and get hot, he'll be a solid pick up in free agency, given his power and speed. He doesn't need to be drafted, but there's upside for the 26-year-old if given the opportunity.

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