BATTERS: Lefty-righty splits, 2023

Let's continue our our one-split-away theme by taking a look at the lefty-righty production splits of batters, with the goal of helping you set your lineup and identify potential future surgers.

These hitters have shown the widest OPS splits when facing RH and LH bats (min 30 PA vs. RH/LH):

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


Gabriel Arias (OF/1B/3B/SS, CLE) hasn't added much value at all to his fantasy managers this year, at least in aggregate: .207 BA, 4 HR, 6 RBI, .662 OPS in 126 PA. That said, Arias owns some really wide lefty/righty splits that make him worth using judiciously. He has put up a .274 BA and .866 OPS in 71 PA vs. RHers, and his strong 92.0 mph EV suggests...


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