Joe Panik
28-Year-Old Second Baseman2B
New York Mets
2019 Fantasy Outlook
Through five games, Panik had three homers and it looked like perhaps it was necessary to adjust baseline expectations. As fate would have it, Panik managed just one more long ball the rest of the season. A sprained left thumb knocked Panik out of action for more than a month and he later missed a three-week stretch with a groin strain. When on the field, Panik was largely the same player he's always been from a plate-skill standpoint as he finished with an ultra-low K-rate (7.7%) alongside a middling walk rate (6.6%). After that first week, the power was non-existent, even the gap power. His .332 SLG was a career low, and with Panik's BABIP sinking to .265, his average also plummeted. He should be back as the primary second baseman in San Francisco barring a trade, but the total package here is entirely underwhelming. Read Past Outlooks
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