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2022 Player Outlook

Well, Fletcher is consistent, in that he rarely barrels up a ball and his average exit velocity has been within two miles per hour each of the last four seasons. After hitting .319 in 2020, Fletcher's batting average dropped to just .262 last season, though his xBA of .271 indicates that he closer to unlucky in that department. Still, he posted 15 stolen bases and 74 runs scored while posting a sub-10 percent strikeout rate for the second time in the past three seasons. Fletcher won't give you but more than a couple of home runs due to his offensive limitations, but his best contributions come by way of his batting average, stolen bases and runs scored. However, after posting a walk rate north of eight percent in 2019 and 2020, that mark fell to just 4.7 percent in 2021. If the walk rate can rebound slightly, and he can hit closer to .275-.280, his 10-15 stolen bases and 80+ runs scored atop the Angels' lineup becomes more enticing come draft time.

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