Phila Phillies Batting Order STAT Cast Breakdown

  1. Andrew McCuthen L 33yr old OF

McCutchen has generally the same in splits for OPS. However he has much better power vs. Righties with .226 ISO compared to .118

2. Bryce Harper L 27 yrs OF

With a 1.074 OPS at home vs. Lefties this is a guy who has a .354 ISO in that split. Has the upside also for a stolen base vs. Righty if settling for that split you get a .225 ISO. Has stable numbers in putting up 35 HR’s on a regular season. This will be a shortened season.

3. JT Realmuto R 29 yrs C

Has the real power at over .240 ISO in 3 out of 4 splits not including Away vs. Righties. Fine numbers Slugging vs. Lefties at .524. This team has a lot of split adjustments to make and will not have battle the cold weather in Phily.

4. Rhys Hoskins 27 yrs R 1B/OF

A bit too high expectation were created for Rhys in 2017, 18 when he struck with high power numbers. Very nice BB% but very low BAPIP and BA. He created enough barrels to still be considered a nice overall power play.

5. Jean Segura 30 yrs R SS

Very worth playing at a good salary for his .563 SLG .274 ISO for an infielder obviously very good platoon split to take advantage of. Vs. Righties you just hope for a stolen base and/or a ground ball hit.

6.Didi Gregorius 30 yrs L SS

ONLY worth playing away from home last year, especially against lefties. If I was managing this team he would take a seat these days at home as even though he had a .355 OBP vs. Righties, he cannot steal a base. This Away split advantage was backed by a 31% HR/FB rate, even though he hit a lot of ground ballers in this split. We know exactly when to attack however moving forward based on 2018 as he had this outstanding split at home instead of on the road vs. Righties at the same Yankees park. Since the Away split from 2019 was too small, we move forward with the split vs. Righties as I expect his BA to bounce back up no matter where he plays.

7. Scott Kingery

8. Jay Bruce

9. Adam Haseley

 

  1. Odubel Herrera
  2. Roman Quinn

P1: Aaron Nola

P2: Zack Wheeler

P3: Vince Velasquez

P4: Zack Eflin

P5: Jake Arrieta

BP: Hector Heris

Seranthony Dominquez

Prospect: Spencer Howard

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