2022 Player Outlook
Despite posting the lowest average exit velocity of his career, Solak parked 11 home runs, stole seven bases and posted a .677 OPS over 458 at-bats for Texas last season. It seems like each year he's a flier for cheap speed, and he ran a good bit last year, but going 7-for-12 in stolen base attempts is underwhelming. A slow start really hurt Solak, but he managed to hit .273 with a .720 OPS over his final 157 plate appearances. Solak is a later round draft pick that offers a .250-.260 batting average and the potential for double-digit home run and stolen bases. He does a little bit of everything for fantasy owners, but he doesn't majorly impact any single offensive category. He's a flier you can take in the later rounds to round out your team across the board.