Young targets, 2023 updated

Young batters who own good plate discipline and/or batted ball skills can be building blocks for their fantasy managers going forward.

These batters age 26 or under have posted the highest average exit velocities (EV) so far in 2023 (min 50 PA):

NameLgAgebb%ct%Eye SwK%EV Brl%LA 
Ronald Acuña Jr.NL2512%86%0.95 7.9%95.0 14.6%7.7 
Vladimir Guerrero Jr.AL249%82%0.53 10.8%93.9 13.5%9.4 
MJ MelendezAL249%68%0.32 15.9%93.5 11.9%17.8 
Yordan AlvarezAL2614%73%0.58 9.7%93.4 19.0%16.2 
Juan SotoNL2421%75%1.07 6.3%93.3 13.1%5.6 
Logan O'HoppeAL237%72%0.27 16.8%93.1 12.8%19.9 
Julio RodríguezAL227%72%0.28 13.6%92.9 11.1%8.3 
Mark VientosNL236%68%0.20 16.5%92.9 11.6%5.0 
Rafael DeversAL268%78%0.41 13.1%92.6 13.9%13.0 


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