2016 Outlook: The 17 home runs were nice, but came at the cost of a rather awful .201 batting average. Drew did the unusual thing of hitting more homers while drastically reducing his strikeout rate from 25 percent down to 17 percent last season, which was his first sub-20-percent strikeout rate season since 2010. The issue is the batting average, as Drew is rather pull happy and hits into the shifting defense more often than not. He had three multi-homer games last year, each of which came at Yankee Stadium. He moves to Washington where manager Dusty Baker loves his vets, so Drew may get more playing time than he deserves, and that won't be a good thing for his batting average.