Home-road splits, 2023 updated

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 OPS splits in 2023. We've also included changes in plate discipline and batted ball quality at home vs. on the road for reference:

  Home vs Road
NameLgbb%ct%Eye OPSEVBrl%
Matt WallnerAL1%-5%-   .5025.2 14.0%
Billy McKinneyAL-2%22%0.24 .482(0.5)15.6%
Jackie Bradley Jr.AL5%9%0.25 .4342.0 -1.7%
Austin NolaNL10%-5%0.42 .4091.2 2.2%
Drew WatersAL3%21%0.24 .363(1.0)-4.8%
Ke'Bryan HayesNL0%10%0.12 .3421.1 7.3%
Brett BatyNL-1%-4%(0.07).3412.9 7.7%
Elehuris MonteroNL5%17%0.17 .3382.7 -3.2%
Jake BurgerNL2%7%0.12 .3261.0 3.6%
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