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2023 Player Outlook

2023 Recap: Gorman opened the 2023 season on a tear, hitting 13 home runs and 10 doubles through his 173 at-bats of the season. However, he cooled off significantly there, likely ending up in free agency on a lot of leagues by seasons end. Gorman sports immense raw power, but at times, it feels like there is a massive hole in his bat. He did a better job of staying in the zone last season, but still posted a contact rate below 70 percent, and registered a 15.9 percent swinging strike rate. Back issues have popped up for the young infielder, but supposedly he's worked on it over the offseason, so time will tell how his back will hold up in 2024. 

2024 Outlook: Gorman has enough raw power to hit 35+ home runs on a yearly basis, and despite his shortcomings, he still may do that. If he can make any advancements against non-fastballs, as well as make more contact in general, he could become a force to be reckoned with, and maybe even flirt with 40 home runs at the peak of his career. If he can't adjust to non-fastballs, he'll likely still provide above-average power numbers, but fantasy managers will also need to live with the 30+ percent strikeout rate and .220 batting average, sapping some of his fantasy value overall. One last thing to note, if his back does hold up, and he stays healthy, he could easily steal 10+ bases, which would be a really nice complement to his fantasy profile.

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