2023 Player Outlook
Bobby Witt Jr. was only 21 when he debuted on Opening Day last season. He came in with loads of fanfare and didn’t disappoint as he hit 20 home runs, stole 30 bases, and drove in 80 runs in 150 games. He became only the second player ever to put up a 20/30 year (20 HR/30 SBs) in his first MLB season, joining Mitchell Page who accomplished the feat in 1977. Witt Jr. is too good to not get even better in 2023 as the future four-category star will certainly improve on his .254/.294/.428 slash line.