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2022 Player Outlook

Meyers only appeared in 49 games for the Astros last season, but what a 49 games it was for the then 25-year-old. He hit .260 with six home runs, 28 RBI, 22 runs scored and three stolen bases. Strikeouts were higher than one would like, and he'll need to cut into that for sustained success in the bigs, but it could be a slow go in 2022 as he's expected to not be fully healthy after offseason surgery. Meyers had surgery in November to repair a torn labrum, and Opening Day seems an unlikely return time for the young outfielder. Beyond that, coming back from a shoulder injury can take some time to get back to full strength and full speed, so if he is able to return in May, it might not be until June until Meyers feels totally healthy. You can ignore him in drafts, but keep his name on the back burner as a mid-season pickup for some speed and pop.

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