2022 Player Outlook
In his third season, Little Yaz clubbed 25 home runs, scored 75 runs, and drove in 71 runs. All those were career highs. He slashed .224/.311/.457. The big problem is that his BABIP dropped from .370 to .254 in 2021. But he could potentially rebound in 2022 if he stays healthy and sees positive regression. He’s being drafted as the 74th outfielder currently. The slightest return to his career BABIP means he could sustain 20+ home runs once again and put-up numbers closer to what he did in 2019.