BATTERS: Home-road splits, 2023

Identifying the home/road splits of batters can help you maximize your lineups. In addition, they can help you find hidden production that could blossom in the future.

These batters have shown the widest home/road splits so far in 2023 (min 50+ PA home/road):

Let's take a closer look at a bunch of noteworthy home/road splits.
 

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Yordan Alvarez (DH/LF, HOU) wasn't producing at capacity prior to his injury. He is the third-most productive bat in the AL when on the road (1.109 OPS in 114 PA), and his 96.2 mph EV on the road trails only Judge among AL batters. However, both of those marks are more solid than spectacular at home (.861 OPS, 90.7 mph EV).

Kerry Carpenter (RF/DH, DET) has been a must-start when he hits at...

Almost!

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