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Blue Jays at Twins Predictions and Preview for 9/24/2021

The Toronto Blue Jays visit the Minnesota Twins on 9/24/2021 at 8:10PM.

The Blue Jays and the Twins face off in an regular season game. The Blue Jays have a record of 85-68 this season. The Twins are 68-85 this season.

Starting Pitcher and Lineup for the Toronto Blue Jays

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Jose Berrios is 12-8 this season with an ERA of 3.45 in 180.0 innings pitched across 30 starts. He has a WHIP of 1.07 and yields an opponent Batting Average of 0.222. Jose Berrios’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • A Fastball that is on average 94.0 mph.
  • A Curveball that is on average 83.0 mph.
  • A Changeup that is on average 84.9 mph.

Here is a breakdown of the type of contacted balls Jose Berrios has attracted this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 42.4%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 34.0%
  • Line Drive Rate: 23.7%

He has attracted the following types of contact velocities:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 16.2%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 51.7%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 32.1%

Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has hit 46 Home Runs, drove in 105 runs, and sports a .322 batting average this season. He also has scored 120 runs this season and stolen 4 bases.

He is in the upper echelon of hitters with a 1.025 OPS. He is considered one of the top power hitters this season.

His ability to draw walks is quite good. He is a selective hitter sporting a 12.6% walk rate. He avoids strikeouts quite well, he is FAR better than your average hitter. If he is getting an out, he made contact to get there. His ability to reach base is among the best in MLB.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Vladimir Guerrero Jr. put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 45.1%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 35.4%
  • Line Drive Rate: 19.5%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 10.9%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 46.6%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 42.5%


Teoscar Hernandez

Teoscar Hernandez has hit 30 Home Runs, drove in 110 runs, and sports a .303 batting average this season. He also has scored 88 runs this season and stolen 11 bases.

He is considered a very good hitter according to OPS. .885 is his OPS this season, can it go higher?Teoscar Hernandez would be considered a power hitter this season, although he is not one of the top pure power hitters.

He is below average with his 6.1% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 24.9%, it is not ideal, but… still a weakness. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Teoscar Hernandez put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 38.9%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 35.4%
  • Line Drive Rate: 25.7%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 12.4%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 50.8%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 36.8%


Marcus Semien

Marcus Semien has hit 41 Home Runs, drove in 97 runs, and sports a .268 batting average this season. He also has scored 109 runs this season and stolen 15 bases.

He is considered a very good hitter according to OPS. .877 is his OPS this season, can it go higher?Marcus Semien would be considered a power hitter this season, although he is not one of the top pure power hitters.

He is an above average hitter when came to his ability to draw walks with a 9.5% walk rate. He has a K Rate of 20.2% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Marcus Semien put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 30.8%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 48.2%
  • Line Drive Rate: 21.0%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 15.1%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 49.1%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 35.8%


George Springer

George Springer has hit 17 Home Runs, drove in 37 runs, and sports a .238 batting average this season. He also has scored 49 runs this season and stolen 3 bases.

He is considered a very good hitter according to OPS. .833 is his OPS this season, can it go higher?George Springer would be considered a power hitter this season, although he is not one of the top pure power hitters.

He is an above average hitter when came to his ability to draw walks with a 11.0% walk rate. He has a K Rate of 23.7% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls George Springer put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 33.5%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 46.1%
  • Line Drive Rate: 20.4%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 19.4%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 47.1%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 33.5%


Bo Bichette

Bo Bichette has hit 26 Home Runs, drove in 98 runs, and sports a .291 batting average this season. He also has scored 113 runs this season and stolen 23 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. He hits with above-average power and it must be respected.

He is below average with his 6.0% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. He has a K Rate of 19.4% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Bo Bichette put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 49.3%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 29.5%
  • Line Drive Rate: 21.2%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 15.0%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 48.9%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 36.2%


Lourdes Gurriel Jr.

Lourdes Gurriel Jr. has hit 21 Home Runs, drove in 84 runs, and sports a .285 batting average this season. He also has scored 61 runs this season and stolen 1 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. He hits with above-average power and it must be respected.

He is below average with his 6.1% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. He has a K Rate of 19.0% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Lourdes Gurriel Jr. put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 44.0%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 34.7%
  • Line Drive Rate: 21.3%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 13.0%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 54.2%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 32.7%


Alejandro Kirk

Alejandro Kirk has hit 8 Home Runs, drove in 24 runs, and sports a .250 batting average this season. He also has scored 19 runs this season and stolen 0 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. He hits with above-average power and it must be respected.

He is an above average hitter when came to his ability to draw walks with a 10.1% walk rate. He avoids strikeouts quite well, he is FAR better than your average hitter. If he is getting an out, he made contact to get there. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Alejandro Kirk put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 41.6%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 40.1%
  • Line Drive Rate: 18.2%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 11.7%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 56.2%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 32.1%


Santiago Espinal

Santiago Espinal has hit 2 Home Runs, drove in 15 runs, and sports a .290 batting average this season. He also has scored 24 runs this season and stolen 5 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. He would not be classified as a power hitter this season.

He is below average with his 8.5% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. He avoids strikeouts quite well, he is FAR better than your average hitter. If he is getting an out, he made contact to get there. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Santiago Espinal put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 44.8%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 36.2%
  • Line Drive Rate: 19.0%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 21.8%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 53.9%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 24.2%


Corey Dickerson

Corey Dickerson has hit 5 Home Runs, drove in 26 runs, and sports a .267 batting average this season. He also has scored 41 runs this season and stolen 4 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. He is not considered a power hitter this season, but this could change.

He is below average with his 6.8% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. He has a K Rate of 18.6% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Corey Dickerson put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 49.8%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 30.9%
  • Line Drive Rate: 19.3%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 20.9%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 45.4%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 33.7%


Danny Jansen

Danny Jansen has hit 8 Home Runs, drove in 19 runs, and sports a .212 batting average this season. He also has scored 25 runs this season and stolen 0 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. He hits with above-average power and it must be respected.

He is an above average hitter when came to his ability to draw walks with a 9.2% walk rate. He has a K Rate of 22.2% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. He is not getting on base this season as much as he or his manager hope.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Danny Jansen put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 29.0%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 45.2%
  • Line Drive Rate: 25.8%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 18.4%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 48.8%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 32.8%


Randal Grichuk

Randal Grichuk has hit 22 Home Runs, drove in 81 runs, and sports a .246 batting average this season. He also has scored 59 runs this season and stolen 0 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. He hits with above-average power and it must be respected.

He is a free swinger and his walk rate this season indicates it thus far, it is presently 5.1%. He has a K Rate of 21.0% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. He is not getting on base this season as much as he or his manager hope.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Randal Grichuk put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 40.2%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 42.8%
  • Line Drive Rate: 17.0%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 17.0%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 49.2%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 33.8%


Starting Pitcher and Lineup for the Minnesota Twins

Bailey Ober is 2-3 this season with an ERA of 4.34 in 87.0 innings pitched across 19 starts. He has a WHIP of 1.23 and yields an opponent Batting Average of 0.26. Bailey Ober’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • A Fastball that is on average 92.4 mph.
  • A Slider that is on average 81.6 mph.
  • A Curveball that is on average 75.0 mph.
  • A Changeup that is on average 84.8 mph.

Here is a breakdown of the type of contacted balls Bailey Ober has attracted this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 33.3%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 45.5%
  • Line Drive Rate: 21.1%

He has attracted the following types of contact velocities:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 16.9%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 45.4%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 37.8%

Byron Buxton

Byron Buxton has hit 14 Home Runs, drove in 25 runs, and sports a .294 batting average this season. He also has scored 37 runs this season and stolen 6 bases.

He is considered a very good hitter according to OPS. .932 is his OPS this season, can it go higher?He is considered one of the top power hitters this season.

He is a free swinger and his walk rate this season indicates it thus far, it is presently 4.2%. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 24.7%, it is not ideal, but… still a weakness. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Byron Buxton put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 42.2%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 37.4%
  • Line Drive Rate: 20.4%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 14.9%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 44.6%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 40.5%


Mitch Garver

Mitch Garver has hit 13 Home Runs, drove in 31 runs, and sports a .262 batting average this season. He also has scored 28 runs this season and stolen 0 bases.

He is considered a very good hitter according to OPS. .904 is his OPS this season, can it go higher?Mitch Garver would be considered a power hitter this season, although he is not one of the top pure power hitters.

His ability to draw walks is quite good. He is a selective hitter sporting a 13.1% walk rate. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 29.7%, it is not ideal, but… still a weakness. Getting on base is not an issue for Mitch Garver this season.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Mitch Garver put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 32.0%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 44.8%
  • Line Drive Rate: 23.2%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 15.2%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 40.8%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 44.0%


Jorge Polanco

Jorge Polanco has hit 31 Home Runs, drove in 91 runs, and sports a .273 batting average this season. He also has scored 92 runs this season and stolen 10 bases.

He is considered a very good hitter according to OPS. .839 is his OPS this season, can it go higher?Jorge Polanco would be considered a power hitter this season, although he is not one of the top pure power hitters.

He is below average with his 7.0% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. He has a K Rate of 18.0% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Jorge Polanco put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 32.1%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 44.9%
  • Line Drive Rate: 23.0%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 14.2%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 52.0%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 33.8%


Josh Donaldson

Josh Donaldson has hit 24 Home Runs, drove in 67 runs, and sports a .249 batting average this season. He also has scored 68 runs this season and stolen 0 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. Josh Donaldson would be considered a power hitter this season, although he is not one of the top pure power hitters.

His ability to draw walks is quite good. He is a selective hitter sporting a 13.5% walk rate. He has a K Rate of 20.4% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Josh Donaldson put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 42.3%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 40.2%
  • Line Drive Rate: 17.5%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 12.7%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 48.3%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 39.0%


Miguel Sano

Miguel Sano has hit 29 Home Runs, drove in 71 runs, and sports a .220 batting average this season. He also has scored 66 runs this season and stolen 2 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. Miguel Sano would be considered a power hitter this season, although he is not one of the top pure power hitters.

He is an above average hitter when came to his ability to draw walks with a 10.9% walk rate. With a strikeout rate of 34.7%, he has struggled at the plate with making contact. He is not getting on base this season as much as he or his manager hope.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Miguel Sano put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 40.5%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 42.0%
  • Line Drive Rate: 17.5%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 15.2%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 39.8%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 45.0%


Max Kepler

Max Kepler has hit 19 Home Runs, drove in 52 runs, and sports a .211 batting average this season. He also has scored 59 runs this season and stolen 10 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. He hits with above-average power and it must be respected.

He is an above average hitter when came to his ability to draw walks with a 11.4% walk rate. He has a K Rate of 20.0% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. He is not getting on base this season as much as he or his manager hope.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Max Kepler put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 37.8%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 42.6%
  • Line Drive Rate: 19.6%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 16.3%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 47.4%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 36.2%


Kyle Garlick

Kyle Garlick has hit 5 Home Runs, drove in 10 runs, and sports a .232 batting average this season. He also has scored 17 runs this season and stolen 1 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. Kyle Garlick would be considered a power hitter this season, although he is not one of the top pure power hitters.

He is below average with his 5.6% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 29.9%, it is not ideal, but… still a weakness. He is not getting on base this season as much as he or his manager hope.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Kyle Garlick put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 36.8%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 41.2%
  • Line Drive Rate: 22.1%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 14.7%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 55.9%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 29.4%


Luis Arraez

Luis Arraez has hit 2 Home Runs, drove in 38 runs, and sports a .282 batting average this season. He also has scored 53 runs this season and stolen 2 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. He would not be classified as a power hitter this season.

He is an above average hitter when came to his ability to draw walks with a 9.6% walk rate. He avoids strikeouts quite well, he is FAR better than your average hitter. If he is getting an out, he made contact to get there. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Luis Arraez put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 46.5%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 27.7%
  • Line Drive Rate: 25.8%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 8.7%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 61.9%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 29.4%


Nick Gordon

Nick Gordon has hit 4 Home Runs, drove in 21 runs, and sports a .263 batting average this season. He also has scored 18 runs this season and stolen 10 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. He is not considered a power hitter this season, but this could change.

He is below average with his 5.8% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 25.4%, it is not ideal, but… still a weakness. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Nick Gordon put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 55.1%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 24.4%
  • Line Drive Rate: 20.5%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 8.7%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 45.7%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 45.7%


Alex Kirilloff

Alex Kirilloff has hit 8 Home Runs, drove in 34 runs, and sports a .251 batting average this season. He also has scored 23 runs this season and stolen 1 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. He hits with above-average power and it must be respected.

He is below average with his 6.1% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. He has a K Rate of 22.5% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. He is not getting on base this season as much as he or his manager hope.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Alex Kirilloff put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 48.8%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 29.3%
  • Line Drive Rate: 22.0%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 12.2%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 53.0%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 34.8%


Brent Rooker

Brent Rooker has hit 8 Home Runs, drove in 15 runs, and sports a .204 batting average this season. He also has scored 24 runs this season and stolen 0 bases.

A below-average OPS of .700 has been disappointing thus far for Brent Rooker. He hits with above-average power and it must be respected.

He is below average with his 7.4% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. With a strikeout rate of 31.9%, he has struggled at the plate with making contact. He is not getting on base this season as much as he or his manager hope.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Brent Rooker put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 35.5%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 38.3%
  • Line Drive Rate: 26.2%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 15.9%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 50.5%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 33.6%


Trevor Larnach

Trevor Larnach has hit 7 Home Runs, drove in 28 runs, and sports a .223 batting average this season. He also has scored 29 runs this season and stolen 1 bases.

A below-average OPS of .672 has been disappointing thus far for Trevor Larnach. He is not considered a power hitter this season, but this could change.

He is an above average hitter when came to his ability to draw walks with a 10.3% walk rate. With a strikeout rate of 34.6%, he has struggled at the plate with making contact. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Trevor Larnach put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 46.2%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 35.4%
  • Line Drive Rate: 18.4%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 12.7%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 53.8%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 33.5%


Rob Refsnyder

Rob Refsnyder has hit 2 Home Runs, drove in 12 runs, and sports a .245 batting average this season. He also has scored 21 runs this season and stolen 1 bases.

A below-average OPS of .663 has been disappointing thus far for Rob Refsnyder. He would not be classified as a power hitter this season.

He is an above average hitter when came to his ability to draw walks with a 10.8% walk rate. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 25.5%, it is not ideal, but… still a weakness. This season, he has been an above-average player at getting on base.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Rob Refsnyder put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 42.0%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 35.0%
  • Line Drive Rate: 23.0%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 16.0%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 50.0%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 34.0%


Ryan Jeffers

Ryan Jeffers has hit 13 Home Runs, drove in 34 runs, and sports a .199 batting average this season. He also has scored 26 runs this season and stolen 0 bases.

A below-average OPS of .673 has been disappointing thus far for Ryan Jeffers. He hits with above-average power and it must be respected.

He is below average with his 7.9% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. With a strikeout rate of 36.1%, he has struggled at the plate with making contact. He is not getting on base this season as much as he or his manager hope.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Ryan Jeffers put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 41.7%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 36.4%
  • Line Drive Rate: 21.9%

Now here is a breakdown of the velocity of the balls he put into play:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 15.9%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 45.7%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 38.4%


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