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2023 Player Outlook

2023 Recap: An unfortunate injury ended Campusano’s 2023 campaign early, but with the pace he was on prior to the injury, if he sustained that the rest of the way, how high would he be going in drafts? He only appeared in 49 games last season, but the then 24-year-old slashed .319/.356/.491 with seven home runs, seven doubles, 30 RBI, and 27 runs scored. His .319 average was strong, and the .300 xBA supports that, alongside a 7.7 percent barrel rate, 40.6 percent hard hit rate, and 91 percent zone contact rate. As pitchers adjust, his 39.5 percent O-Swing rate and nine percent swinging strike rate could push his strikeout rate up into the mid-teens, but throughout his time in the minors, he’s always kept the strikeout rate in check. He was hitting .359 over his final 67 plate appearances last year, and as he continues to develop, the power will come. 

2024 Outlook: Juan Soto is gone, but there's still some solid pieces in this offense, and while he won’t hit .319 again over a full season, he’s going too late in drafts for the offensive numbers he can provide behind the dish. What if I told you that you could get 15+ home runs and a .270+ batting average from your catcher, whom you can draft after everyone else in your league already has their starting catcher? Well, here you go! Campusano is your guy if you like to wait on drafting your catcher.

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