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2023 Player Outlook

After playing just 197 total games between Rookie ball and Double-A, the Braves called upon Michael Harris to join the big club. He never looked back. The winner of the Jackie Robinson National League Rookie of the Year was nearly a 20-20 contributor (19 HR, 20 SB) with a .297/.339/.514 slash line with a .361 BABIP and .368 wOBA. That’s pretty impressive in just 114 games played in the majors. He’ll be entrenched near the top of the lineup for Atlanta to start the season and they’ll take it from there depending on performance. We have to issue a word of caution here though, you should be drafting expecting a tad bit of regression. There’s a book on him now and teams have had time to figure him out not to mention that we typically see second-year players at the start of their second year. That is likely to be the case with Harris. Don’t be surprised to see him approach 20-20 again, but over a full season, with a drop in his slash line including an AVG more in the .275 range rather than nearly .300.

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