Lefty-righty splits, 2023 updated

Let's continue our one-split-away theme by taking a look at lefty-righty skill splits of starting pitchers.

This analysis can help you find hidden skills before they blossom, which can especially be helpful when looking at young SP. It can also help you set your rotations based on the lineups your pitchers are facing.

These pitchers have shown the widest skill splits when facing RH and LH bats (min 30 IP vs. RH/LH):

NameLgBPV vs. LHBPV vs. RHΔ
Tyler WellsAL155 57 98 
Sean ManaeaNL174 85 89 
Jesús LuzardoNL196 119 76 
Jake BirdNL125 59 66 
Taj BradleyAL171 111 60 
Kyle FreelandNL97 37 59 
J.P. FranceAL103 44 58 
Xzavion CurryAL78 31 47 
Nick PivettaAL148 104 44 
Graham AshcraftNL81 37 44 
Tylor MegillNL53 10 43 
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