BATTERS: Home-road splits, 2022

Let's take a look at the batters who have posted the most extreme home/road splits so far in 2022.

This exercise can help you adjust your daily lineups accordingly, and can also help us to spot guys who may be one adjustment away from taking a big step forward.

The following bats own the widest home/road production splits:

Let's take a closer look at some hitters who own significant home/road production splits.
 

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Jake Burger (3B/DH, CHW) went undrafted in most leagues (707 ADP), but he has provided some modest value so far in 2022 (.262 BA, 8 HR, 23 RBI in 141 AB). Digging deeper, he has been an elite producer at home (1.043 OPS in 76 AB), where he makes a decent level of contact (71% ct%). Both of those marks dip on...

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