Playing for both the Blue Jays and Reds in 2019, the 30-year-old Galvis finished with career-bests in homers (23), RBIs (70), and OPS (.734). He’s never been one to draw many walks though, as he’s never had an on-base percentage higher than .309. Galvis has never been one to make a lot of errors, but he doesn’t have the range of the better shortstops in the MLB.
Why does OAA rate Freddy Galvis so highly compared to other metrics? Why does it have Ozzie Albies dropping from +16 to -2? Along with Bogaerts, T.Anderson, I looked at four infielders that OAA might change your opinion on.— Mike Petriello (@mike_petriello) January 27, 2020