Three years ago, Miguel Andujar was on top of the world. Having built a minor league reputation as a quick bat and a shaky glove, “Miggy” proved out his scouting report at the big league level in 2018. Things have been rocky since then for the now 26-year old, but with injuries to Rougned Odor and Gio Urshela, Andujar now has a chance to redeem himself.
In his 2018 rookie season, Andujar posted a .297/.328/.527 slash line with 27 HR and 92 RBI. He outhit his much more highly touted teammate Gleyber Torres and became a frontrunner for the AL Rookie of the Year Award.