BATTERS: Lefty-righty splits, 2022 updated

Let's complete our one-split-away theme by taking an updated look at lefty-righty production splits of batters, with an eye towards helping you set your lineup to maximize value down the stretch.

These hitters have shown the widest OPS splits when facing RH and LH bats (min 50 PA vs. RH/LH):

Let's take a closer look at some intriguing bats with wide lefty/righty splits.
 

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Vidal Bruján (2B/RF/SS, TAM) starts to show his impact potential when lefties are on the mound. He has a .759 OPS and good plate skills against them (13% bb%, 79% ct%, 0.70 Eye vL). He needs an overhaul against righties, though: .132 BA, .327 OPS, 5% bb%, 71% ct%, 0.19 Eye vR.

Ryan Jeffers (C, MIN) has some untapped upside worthy of keeping on your...

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