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1 month agoAvisail Garcia usually finds himself in a platoon, making consistent playing time difficult for the 28-year-old outfielder. Garcia has averaged just under 125 games played in the last four seasons, but there is hope for change in 2020. Before we talk 2020, let’s look back at his solid 2019 season where he was a member of the Rays (.282-20-61-72-10). With that solid season, Garcia was another member of the 20 home run and 10 stolen base club. He was finally on a team that let him take advantage of his 90th-percentile sprint speed. We also saw Garcia hit 20 home runs which give him 18 or more home runs in three straight seasons. In 2020, Garcia finds himself as a member of the Milwaukee Brewers and a hitter-friendly Miller Park, a far cry from spacious Tropicana Field. Garcia will also be playing for a team with a manager (Craig Counsell) who loves to let his players run. Currently, Steamer is not as high on Garcia as I am since they only have him hitting 21 home runs, stealing six bases and playing 117 games. These projections may be correct as the Brewers have four outfielders now with Garcia, Ryan Braun, Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain. 21 home runs would still be very nice and there is always potential that Garcia could swipe ten or more bases. If for some reason Garcia gets regular playing time and plays 140 or more games then he would destroy his current ADP of 230.--Brian Entrekin - RotoBaller
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