Not any shocking findings but interesting nonetheless.
Managers, it appears, stack their lineups with more lefties when facing right-handed pitching but pay little attention to the projected platoon split of the pitcher. The right-handed pitchers projected to have reverse splits faced roughly as many left-handed batters as the right-handed pitchers with the most extreme projected splits and dramatically more left-handed batters than the left-handed pitchers with the weakest projected splits. ...
Not exactly great reading. It makes me pine for fielding related research.
Sabermetricians, scouts, coaches, and ball players coexisting and working together?
Goodbye all, nice knowing you, the apocalypse is nigh!
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