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Can somebody post a 'splits' on our hitters?


2hoophead

In light of all the team controversy, its record in particular, I would be interested in seeing what you all call 'splits.'

 

Am interested in seeing how our hitters are doing against RH pitchers versus the southpaws.

I have mentioned on this board before the season started the Brewers needed more than just one left-handed batter in its regular every day lineup.

 

I may be wrong, so far, but I am still interested to see how much, if any, this may contribute to the team's current record.

 

Thank you in advance for the legwork!

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LH OPS/RH OPS

Weeks .798/.616

Cameron .100/.801

Braun .801/.945

Fielder .855/.809

Hart .801/.766

Hall 1.088/.566

Hardy .648/.627

Kendall .727/.708

 

I know it's a small sample, but Hall screams platoon. Hardy's not hitting anyone. And even though Weeks OPS splits are pretty big, he's still hitting around .200 against both.

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