Lefty-righty splits, 2024

Let's continue our our one-split-away theme by taking a look at the lefty-righty production splits from batters to help 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):

NameLgOPS vs. RHersOPS vs. LHersOPS Δ
Oneil CruzNL.885.354.531
Brandon MarshNL.884.389.495
Michael SianiNL.685.205.481
Riley AdamsNL.793.360.433
Luis CampusanoNL.744.339.406
Paul DeJongAL.821.430.392
Lars NootbaarNL.866.496.370
Joey GalloNL.732.375.357
Bo BichetteAL.699.354.345
Jake CronenworthNL.858.513.344
Jarren DuranAL.884.542.342
Will BensonNL.817.478.338
Mitch HanigerAL.725.396.329
Jackson MerrillNL.737.410.327
Rafael DeversAL1.049.724.324
NameLgOPS vs. RHersOPS vs. LHersOPS...


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