Hit rate targets, 2023

Identifying batters with good batted ball metrics and subpar hit rates (h%) can help you find buy-low batters worth targeting heading into the second half.

These hitters have experienced a significant decline in their hit rate this season when compared to their consolidated 2019 to 2022 hit rate:

NameLgEV Brl%h% 2023h% 2020-2022h% 2023 vs. 2019-2022
Nate EatonAL84.3 0.0%13%36%-24%
Josh DonaldsonAL92.5 21.2%7%28%-21%
Garrett MitchellNL86.9 8.8%39%55%-16%
Nick MatonAL86.3 9.2%20%36%-16%
Trayce ThompsonNL92.4 23.5%21%37%-16%
Nick GordonAL89.1 4.9%18%34%-16%
Franchy CorderoAL91.0 13.9%16%31%-15%
Yu ChangAL89.9 5.9%13%28%-15%
Bubba ThompsonAL82.1 2.6%24%39%-15%
Jared WalshAL83.9 2.4%18%31%-14%
Tyler NevinAL89.7 7.9%14%27%-13%
A.J. PollockAL


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