2021 MLB Rankings: Shortstops

28. Freddy Galvis — Baltimore Orioles

When the Orioles sent Jose Iglesias to Anaheim, the club turned to Freddy Galvis to replace Iglesias at shortstop. Galvis hit 23 homers and slashed .260/.296/.438 in 2019, and continued to produce some decent power last year.

The veteran shortstop has contributed more than 40 extra-base hits each year of his career since becoming an everyday player, but his game does have a big flaw — strikeouts. From 2015-20, Galvis struck out 672 times and only drew 186 walks.

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