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Mariners at Angels Predictions and Preview for 9/24/2021

The Seattle Mariners visit the Los Angeles Angels on 9/24/2021 at 9:38PM.

The Mariners and the Angels face off in an regular season game. The Mariners have a record of 84-69 this season. The Angels are 73-80 this season.

Starting Pitcher and Lineup for the Seattle Mariners

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Logan Gilbert is 6-5 this season with an ERA of 4.74 in 108.1 innings pitched across 22 starts. He has a WHIP of 1.17 and yields an opponent Batting Average of 0.243. Logan Gilbert’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • A Fastball that is on average 95.3 mph.
  • A Slider that is on average 83.3 mph.
  • A Curveball that is on average 74.6 mph.
  • A Changeup that is on average 79.7 mph.

Here is a breakdown of the type of contacted balls Logan Gilbert has attracted this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 32.6%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 46.4%
  • Line Drive Rate: 21.1%

He has attracted the following types of contact velocities:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 15.9%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 52.6%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 31.5%

Ty France

Ty France has hit 17 Home Runs, drove in 65 runs, and sports a .291 batting average this season. He also has scored 77 runs this season and stolen 0 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 6.7% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. He has a K Rate of 16.9% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. Getting on base is not an issue for Ty France this season.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Ty France put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 45.4%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 31.1%
  • Line Drive Rate: 23.6%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 17.7%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 49.7%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 32.7%


Mitch Haniger

Mitch Haniger has hit 35 Home Runs, drove in 85 runs, and sports a .250 batting average this season. He also has scored 103 runs this season and stolen 1 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. Mitch Haniger 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 8.0% 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 24.3%, 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 Mitch Haniger put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 44.4%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 39.4%
  • Line Drive Rate: 16.2%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 19.2%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 43.8%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 37.0%


Jake Fraley

Jake Fraley has hit 9 Home Runs, drove in 31 runs, and sports a .207 batting average this season. He also has scored 25 runs this season and stolen 9 bases.

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

He is very well known for his ability to draw walks with a 18.0% walk rate. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 26.9%, 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 Jake Fraley put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 40.3%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 34.3%
  • Line Drive Rate: 25.4%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 23.1%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 47.0%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 29.9%


Kyle Lewis

Kyle Lewis has hit 5 Home Runs, drove in 11 runs, and sports a .246 batting average this season. He also has scored 15 runs this season and stolen 2 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. 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 10.9% walk rate. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 25.2%, 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 Kyle Lewis put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 33.3%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 43.0%
  • Line Drive Rate: 23.7%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 18.3%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 47.3%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 34.4%


Kyle Seager

Kyle Seager has hit 35 Home Runs, drove in 100 runs, and sports a .215 batting average this season. He also has scored 72 runs this season and stolen 3 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. Kyle Seager 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 9.3% walk rate. He has a K Rate of 23.7% 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 Kyle Seager put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 31.8%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 51.0%
  • Line Drive Rate: 17.2%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 17.1%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 45.4%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 37.5%


Luis Torrens

Luis Torrens has hit 15 Home Runs, drove in 44 runs, and sports a .236 batting average this season. He also has scored 36 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 below average with his 8.1% 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 26.4%, 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 Luis Torrens put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 51.8%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 30.8%
  • Line Drive Rate: 17.4%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 16.9%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 47.1%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 36.0%


J.P. Crawford

J.P. Crawford has hit 9 Home Runs, drove in 50 runs, and sports a .266 batting average this season. He also has scored 82 runs this season and stolen 3 bases.

A below-average OPS of .700 has been disappointing thus far for J.P. Crawford. He is not considered a power hitter this season, but this could change.

He is below average with his 8.4% 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 J.P. Crawford put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 45.8%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 31.0%
  • Line Drive Rate: 23.2%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 20.2%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 57.1%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 22.7%


Abraham Toro

Abraham Toro has hit 10 Home Runs, drove in 45 runs, and sports a .244 batting average this season. He also has scored 41 runs this season and stolen 5 bases.

A below-average OPS of .701 has been disappointing thus far for Abraham Toro. He is not considered a power hitter this season, but this could change.

He is below average with his 8.0% 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 Abraham Toro put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 40.6%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 44.5%
  • Line Drive Rate: 14.8%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 18.0%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 51.6%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 30.5%


Tom Murphy

Tom Murphy has hit 11 Home Runs, drove in 33 runs, and sports a .211 batting average this season. He also has scored 33 runs this season and stolen 0 bases.

A below-average OPS of .673 has been disappointing thus far for Tom Murphy. He is not considered a power hitter this season, but this could change.

His ability to draw walks is quite good. He is a selective hitter sporting a 11.9% walk rate. With a strikeout rate of 31.7%, 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 Tom Murphy put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 43.5%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 41.1%
  • Line Drive Rate: 15.5%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 19.6%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 41.1%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 39.3%


Dylan Moore

Dylan Moore has hit 12 Home Runs, drove in 43 runs, and sports a .182 batting average this season. He also has scored 39 runs this season and stolen 21 bases.

A below-average OPS of .617 has been disappointing thus far for Dylan Moore. 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 10.5% walk rate. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 29.6%, 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 Dylan Moore put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 31.7%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 51.0%
  • Line Drive Rate: 17.3%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 23.6%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 51.9%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 24.5%


Taylor Trammell

Taylor Trammell has hit 8 Home Runs, drove in 18 runs, and sports a .160 batting average this season. He also has scored 23 runs this season and stolen 2 bases.

A below-average OPS of .615 has been disappointing thus far for Taylor Trammell. 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 9.6% walk rate. He strikes out a lot and his strikeout rate is indicative of his struggles with making contact, 42.1%. He is one of laggards in MLB at On-Base Percentage with a .256 OBP.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Taylor Trammell put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 42.0%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 42.0%
  • Line Drive Rate: 16.0%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 26.5%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 41.0%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 32.5%


Shed Long Jr.

Shed Long Jr. has hit 4 Home Runs, drove in 17 runs, and sports a .198 batting average this season. He also has scored 13 runs this season and stolen 1 bases.

A below-average OPS of .619 has been disappointing thus far for Shed Long Jr.. 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 32.2%, he has struggled at the plate with making contact. He is one of laggards in MLB at On-Base Percentage with a .258 OBP.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Shed Long Jr. put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 63.4%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 22.5%
  • Line Drive Rate: 14.1%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 12.3%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 61.6%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 26.0%


Donovan Walton

Donovan Walton has hit 2 Home Runs, drove in 7 runs, and sports a .206 batting average this season. He also has scored 6 runs this season and stolen 1 bases.

A below-average OPS of .619 has been disappointing thus far for Donovan Walton. 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. He has a K Rate of 21.7% this season, which is a bit lower than your average MLB hitter. He is one of laggards in MLB at On-Base Percentage with a .254 OBP.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Donovan Walton put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 46.8%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 25.5%
  • Line Drive Rate: 27.7%

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: 60.0%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 24.0%


Jarred Kelenic

Jarred Kelenic has hit 13 Home Runs, drove in 38 runs, and sports a .174 batting average this season. He also has scored 36 runs this season and stolen 6 bases.

A below-average OPS of .602 has been disappointing thus far for Jarred Kelenic. 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 9.7% walk rate. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 29.3%, it is not ideal, but… still a weakness. He is one of laggards in MLB at On-Base Percentage with a .258 OBP.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Jarred Kelenic put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 43.2%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 40.8%
  • Line Drive Rate: 16.0%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 16.5%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 54.4%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 29.1%


Starting Pitcher and Lineup for the Los Angeles Angels

Jose Suarez is 7-8 this season with an ERA of 3.67 in 88.1 innings pitched across 12 starts. He has a WHIP of 1.25 and yields an opponent Batting Average of 0.228. Jose Suarez’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • A Fastball that is on average 92.6 mph.
  • A Curveball that is on average 78.3 mph.
  • A Changeup that is on average 82.3 mph.

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

  • Ground Ball Rate: 49.4%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 32.2%
  • Line Drive Rate: 18.4%

He has attracted the following types of contact velocities:

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 15.9%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 53.5%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 30.6%

Mike Trout

Mike Trout has hit 8 Home Runs, drove in 18 runs, and sports a .333 batting average this season. He also has scored 23 runs this season and stolen 2 bases.

He is in the upper echelon of hitters with a 1.090 OPS. He is considered one of the top power hitters this season.

He is very well known for his ability to draw walks with a 18.5% walk rate. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 28.1%, it is not ideal, but… still a weakness. His ability to reach base is among the best in MLB.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Mike Trout put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 42.1%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 34.2%
  • Line Drive Rate: 23.7%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 13.2%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 48.7%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 38.2%


Shohei Ohtani

Shohei Ohtani has hit 45 Home Runs, drove in 95 runs, and sports a .255 batting average this season. He also has scored 96 runs this season and stolen 24 bases.

He is in the upper echelon of hitters with a .953 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 14.0% walk rate. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 30.2%, it is not ideal, but… still a weakness. Getting on base is not an issue for Shohei Ohtani this season.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Shohei Ohtani put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 37.8%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 40.9%
  • Line Drive Rate: 21.2%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 10.6%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 45.5%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 43.9%


Jared Walsh

Jared Walsh has hit 27 Home Runs, drove in 86 runs, and sports a .267 batting average this season. He also has scored 64 runs this season and stolen 2 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. Jared Walsh 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 8.3% 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 26.6%, 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 Jared Walsh put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 50.1%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 28.5%
  • Line Drive Rate: 21.4%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 18.2%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 44.7%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 37.0%


Max Stassi

Max Stassi has hit 11 Home Runs, drove in 30 runs, and sports a .247 batting average this season. He also has scored 42 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 8.7% walk rate. With a strikeout rate of 32.2%, 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 Max Stassi put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 45.2%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 31.0%
  • Line Drive Rate: 23.8%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 16.1%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 54.2%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 29.8%


Taylor Ward

Taylor Ward has hit 8 Home Runs, drove in 31 runs, and sports a .240 batting average this season. He also has scored 31 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 8.2% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. 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 Taylor Ward put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 37.5%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 38.2%
  • Line Drive Rate: 24.3%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 11.2%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 55.3%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 33.6%


Anthony Rendon

Anthony Rendon has hit 6 Home Runs, drove in 34 runs, and sports a .240 batting average this season. He also has scored 24 runs this season and stolen 0 bases.

He has an OPS that is above-average. 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 11.6% 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 Anthony Rendon put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 31.5%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 46.6%
  • Line Drive Rate: 21.9%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 13.5%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 56.7%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 29.8%


Phil Gosselin

Phil Gosselin has hit 7 Home Runs, drove in 43 runs, and sports a .266 batting average this season. He also has scored 35 runs this season and stolen 3 bases.

A below-average OPS of .697 has been disappointing thus far for Phil Gosselin. 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 22.4% 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 Phil Gosselin put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 46.4%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 36.6%
  • Line Drive Rate: 17.0%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 16.5%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 55.7%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 27.8%


Justin Upton

Justin Upton has hit 17 Home Runs, drove in 41 runs, and sports a .211 batting average this season. He also has scored 47 runs this season and stolen 4 bases.

A below-average OPS of .705 has been disappointing thus far for Justin Upton. 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 10.8% walk rate. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 29.6%, 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 Justin Upton put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 42.5%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 43.5%
  • Line Drive Rate: 14.0%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 16.8%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 47.2%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 36.0%


Jo Adell

Jo Adell has hit 4 Home Runs, drove in 26 runs, and sports a .246 batting average this season. He also has scored 17 runs this season and stolen 2 bases.

A below-average OPS of .703 has been disappointing thus far for Jo Adell. He hits with above-average power and it must be respected.

He is below average with his 5.7% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. He has a K Rate of 22.9% 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 Jo Adell put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 46.9%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 32.7%
  • Line Drive Rate: 20.4%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 19.2%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 48.5%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 32.3%


Brandon Marsh

Brandon Marsh has hit 2 Home Runs, drove in 15 runs, and sports a .254 batting average this season. He also has scored 20 runs this season and stolen 5 bases.

A below-average OPS of .678 has been disappointing thus far for Brandon Marsh. He is not considered a power hitter this season, but this could change.

He is below average with his 8.0% walk rate, drawing walks may not necessarily be that important or the opportunity may not arise as much. With a strikeout rate of 36.0%, 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 Brandon Marsh put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 42.6%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 25.4%
  • Line Drive Rate: 32.0%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 4.0%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 56.0%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 40.0%


Jack Mayfield

Jack Mayfield has hit 10 Home Runs, drove in 34 runs, and sports a .210 batting average this season. He also has scored 27 runs this season and stolen 2 bases.

A below-average OPS of .673 has been disappointing thus far for Jack Mayfield. 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. Striking out a bit more than your average hitter with a K Rate of 24.0%, it is not ideal, but… still a weakness. He is one of laggards in MLB at On-Base Percentage with a .267 OBP.

Breaking down the types of contacted balls Jack Mayfield put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 39.4%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 46.7%
  • Line Drive Rate: 13.9%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 26.7%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 42.4%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 30.8%


Jose Rojas

Jose Rojas has hit 5 Home Runs, drove in 14 runs, and sports a .216 batting average this season. He also has scored 20 runs this season and stolen 2 bases.

A below-average OPS of .671 has been disappointing thus far for Jose Rojas. He hits with above-average power and it must be respected.

He is below average with his 6.7% 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 26.1%, 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 Jose Rojas put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 36.1%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 42.6%
  • Line Drive Rate: 21.3%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 15.5%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 50.9%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 33.6%


Kurt Suzuki

Kurt Suzuki has hit 5 Home Runs, drove in 15 runs, and sports a .229 batting average this season. He also has scored 15 runs this season and stolen 0 bases.

A below-average OPS of .635 has been disappointing thus far for Kurt Suzuki. He is not considered a power hitter this season, but this could change.

He is a free swinger and his walk rate this season indicates it thus far, it is presently 4.3%. He has a K Rate of 17.4% 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 Kurt Suzuki put into play this season:

  • Ground Ball Rate: 43.1%
  • Fly Ball Rate: 37.1%
  • Line Drive Rate: 19.8%

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

  • Soft Hit Ball Rate: 17.6%
  • Medium Hit Ball Rate: 55.9%
  • Hard Hit Ball Rate: 26.5%


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