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2022 Player Outlook

It seems that we need to disregard some of Arozarena’s Statcast expected stats. In 706 plate appearances Arozarena has compiled a career .276 BA, but just a .224 xBA. He came on strong in the second half with a .308/.389/.547 triple-slash and did particularly well against south paws (.302 BAA) and at home (.296/,386/.527) on the season. Arozarena’s below average LD% and above average GB% suggest that we could see slight regression in his future batting average, but his home run power is for real. The Rays may ask Arozarena to pump the breaks on his stolen base attempts since he got caught 33.3% of the time and that could jeopardize another 20/20 season. The modern-day Mr. October should still have a productive 2022 season with 20 plus home runs, mid to upper teen stolen base totals and a batting average hovering around the .260 mark.

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