Andrès Giménez is a star in the making for the New York Mets. Here’s a glimpse of what’s in store for the upcoming shortstop for 2021.
Rotochamp projects Giménez to hit 6 home runs and drive in 30 runs with a .241 batting average and a .289 OBP.
I think he will outdo this prediction by a little, hitting 9 home runs and driving in 36 with a .250 batting average with a .295 OBP.
Sometimes it’s ok to be wrong, and I’d like to think higher of my young starting shortstop if that’s the case.
Giménez may or may not have a better season due to the productivity or lack of productivity around him in the lineup. I personally think with the moves the Mets will and are already making, Giménez will fare slightly better in 2021. He is very young, and his future is very bright.
It’s no surprise that former shortstop Amed Rosario will be giving up his natural position for Giménez, who looks to be the every day starting shortstop in 2021.
The sky is the limit for Giménez in 2021. Let’s hope he reaches his full potential!
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