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Mancini missed all of the 2020 season after being diagnosed with cancer, but appears to be healthy as we head into 2021. He had a breakout 2019 season during which he hit 35 home runs and slashed .291/.364/.535, and there's every reason to think that production is sustainable. Mancini had hit 24 home runs in each of the two previous seasons, and other than being a bit more selective at the plate, made few changes that suggest his 2019 production was fluky. Instead, it appeared to be the natural progression of a hitter improving on his already strong foundation. Batting in a great home park, Mancini should again be a four-category producer, and his ADP should rise if he shows he's fully healthy throughout the spring.
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Trey Mancini will have no restrictions once Spring Training games start
Trey Mancini, who missed the 2020 season recovering from surgery that removed a malignant tumor from his colon, will have no restrictions placed on him once spring training games begin in the Grapefruit League, per Orioles manager Brandon Hyde.
Mancini has been at camp the last few weeks working on hitting and defensive drills, according to beat writer Joe Trezza. It's great to hear that he won't be limited at all to start the season. Mancini presents a solid value at his current FantasyPros ECR ADP of 171. He slugged 35 home runs with a .899 OPS back in 2019, his last full season in the majors.
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