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2022 Player Outlook

Toro displayed excellent contact metrics last season, posting a 86.9 percent zone contact rate and 72.6 percent chase contact rate. Between Houston and Seattle last season, Toro hit .239 with 11 home runs, 46 RBI, 45 runs scored and six stolen bases. Overall his numbers were better with Seattle, but for the season as a whole, his 7.4 percent barrel rate and 13.7 degree launch angle are promising for increase power production in 2022. The switch-hitting infielder should provide a .260 batting average with 15+ home runs and push for 10 stolen bases. In Houston, he had some pretty bad splits, but they were slightly better when he got to Seattle. Also, depending on your league's settings, he may have first base eligibility alongside second and third.

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