By Billy Moy @william_moy6 on May 28, 2014
Unfortunately for these players who have struggled to hit right-handed pitching so far in 2014, most major league pitchers are right-handed. Needless to say, these 10 players would much rather see a lefty on the mound.
Craig is hitting .333 with seven extra-base hits in 42 at-bats versus left-handed pitchers this season; he's hitting .219 with six extra-base hits in 151 at-bats against right-handed pitchers.
.066 ISO, .264 wOBA, .574 OPS vs Right
.286 ISO, .413 wOBA, .975 OPS vs Left
This year has been a disaster so far for Brown but he's been especially bad against right-handed pitching, hitting .188 against them with just two home runs.
.094 ISO, .231 wOBA, .531 OPS vs Right
.119 ISO, .300 wOBA, .676 OPS vs Left
Revere isn't going to hit for power no matter who the pitcher is. He's hitting just .254 against righties this season compared to .386 against lefties.
.009 ISO, .242 wOBA, .537 OPS vs Right
.091 ISO, .378 wOBA, .864 vs Left
McCann has been bad all around this season, but he's been especially abysmal against right-handed pitching. McCann is hitting .256 with an 8.5 percent strikeout percentage against lefties this season; he's hitting just .202 with a 15.7 percent strikeout percentage against righties.
.134 ISO, .260 wOBA, .588 OPS vs Right
.186 ISO, .337 wOBA, .761 OPS vs Left
Jones is hitting .477 with ten extra-base hits and a 6.1 percent strikeout percentage against lefties; he's hitting .248 with eight extra-base hits and a 23.6 percent strikeout percentage against righties.
.093 ISO, .261 wOBA, .596 OPS vs Right
.386 ISO, .590 wOBA, 1.394 OPS vs Left
Ellsbury is hitting .314 with nine extra-base hits against lefties this season; he's hitting just .223 with seven extra-base hits against righties.
.080 ISO, .269 wOBA, .600 OPS vs Right
.186 ISO, .383 wOBA, .885 OPS vs Left
Davis is hitting .370 with eight extra-base hits in 46 at-bats against lefties this season; he's hitting just .200 with 14 extra-base hits in 130 at-bats against righties.
.177 ISO, .273 wOBA, .622 OPS vs Right
.304 ISO, .457 wOBA, 1.057 OPS vs Left
Bonifacio is hitting .380 this season against lefties compared to just .246 against righties.
.080 ISO, .274 wOBA, .619 OPS vs Right
.100 ISO, .395 wOBA, .895 OPS vs Left
Simmons is hitting .321 with four extra-base hits in just 28 at-bats this season against lefties; he's hitting .247 with nine extra-base hits in 146 at-bats against righties this season.
.116 ISO, .276 wOBA, .636 OPS vs Right
.282 ISO, .396 wOBA, .929 OPS vs Left
Prado is hitting .355 against lefties this season with an 8.8 percent strikeout percentage; he's hitting .247 against righties with a 17.3 percent strikeout percentage.
.060 ISO, .276 wOBA, .609 OPS vs Right
.129 ISO, .373 wOBA, .866 OPS vs Left
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