After the 2021 season was the best of his three years in the Major League Baseball (MLB), the Dominican Vladimir Guerrero Jr. appears as one of the candidates to be able to fight the next contest, even for being the Most valuable Player of the regular phase.
In the last harvest, the infielder from Toronto Blue Jays it was the leading home run scorer in the Majors with 48 homers and the one who completed the most runs with 123, in addition to having the best OPS index with 1.002, and the best batting line in the championship, with averages of .311/.401/.601.
However, unlike what usually happens where an evolution is expected in MLB 2022, statistical sites such as Baseball Reference Y fangraphs, the alarms ensuring that Guerrero Jr. will suffer a significant loss in all his numbers.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s projections for MLB 2022
Statistics indicate that the Vlady could lower your production home runs until the 37 full lap groundouts, that is, nine less than in 2021, although at a level much higher than that of his first seasons in the Major Leagues.
And it would not be the only item in which Guerrero Jr.’s performance would fall, since the statistics point to it 101 RBIs (9 less than in MLB 2021), 104 scored (19 less), 159 hits (29 under) and would drop his batting line to .293/.374/.526.