2022 Player Outlook
Garcia was a fantasy goldmine in the beginning of 2021. He hit .243 last year with 31 home runs, 90 RBI, 77 runs scored and 16 stolen bases last season. Yes, it was still a great stat line, but after the All-Star break, he hit just .211 and the power took a hit, as his 30 AB/HR mark after the All-Star break is no stone's throw away from his 14.14 AB/HR mark before the All-Star break. He needs to corral the strikeout rate though, as it is hard to strike out over 30 percent of the time and avoid lengthy slumps. Garcia is incredibly toolsy and will easily get double-digit home runs and stolen bases in 2022. However, the batting average is going to take a hit, and it's hard to envision him surpassing last year's 16 stolen bases. His ceiling this year likely comes in around 28-30 home runs with 10-15 stolen bases, but if he cannot contain the strikeouts, don't be surprised if he joins the 25/10 club despite a .215 batting average.