Lefty-righty splits, 2023 updated

Let's continue our our one-split-away theme by taking a look at the righty-lefty production, plate discipline, and batted ball splits from 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 pitchers (min. 50 PA vs. RH/LH:

NameLgOPS vROPS vLΔ
Mickey MoniakAL.895.347.548
Alek ThomasNL.823.296.527
Gabriel AriasAL.818.343.475
Jazz Chisholm Jr.NL.840.372.468
Seth BrownAL.757.301.456
Alex KirilloffAL.878.470.408
Nick AhmedNL.814.422.392
A.J. PollockNL.725.363.362
Yainer DiazAL.921.580.341
Ryan McMahonNL.890.556.334
Christian YelichNL.897.614.283
David VillarNL.672.397.275
Cal RaleighAL.813.544.269
Mike MoustakasAL.816.550.266
Brendan DonovanNL.831

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