Dodgers vs Giants match player stats Monday, May 13th pre matchup. Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants player predictions

Dodgers vs Giants match player stats Monday, May 13th pre matchup. Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants player predictions

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LaMonte Wade Jr. is projected to hit 1st in the batting order in this matchup.

, The #10 park in Major League Baseball for boosting batting average to left-handed batters, according to the leading projection system (THE BAT), is Oracle Park.

, The wind projects to be blowing out to CF at 9.9-mph in this game, the 3rd-best of the day for bats.

, Hitting from the opposite that Gavin Stone throws from, LaMonte Wade Jr. will have an edge in today’s matchup.

, LaMonte Wade Jr. pulls a high percentage of his flyballs (33.5% — 76th percentile) and is a great match for the park considering he’ll be hitting them towards the league’s 2nd-shallowest RF fences today.

, Wilmer Flores is projected to bat 5th on the lineup card in this matchup.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT) profiles Oracle Park as the 10th-best ballpark in MLB for right-handed batting average.

, Home field advantage typically boosts hitter stats across the board, and Wilmer Flores will hold that advantage today.

, In terms of the ability to lift the ball for power, Wilmer Flores ranks in the 98th percentile with a 21.6° launch angle, which is one of the most flyball-inducing angles in MLB.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Mike Yastrzemski in the 88th percentile when it comes to his home run skill.

, Mike Yastrzemski is penciled in 3rd in the batting order in this matchup, which would be an upgrade from his 92% rate of hitting in the bottom-half of the lineup this season.

, Batting from the opposite that Gavin Stone throws from, Mike Yastrzemski will have an edge in today’s game.

, Oracle Park has the 2nd-shallowest right field fences among all parks.

, Gavin Lux will have the handedness advantage over Jordan Hicks today… and even more favorably, Hicks has a large platoon split.

, Gavin Lux has suffered from bad luck when it comes to his wOBA this year; his .229 figure is significantly deflated relative to his .289 Expected wOBA, based on the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Blake Sabol in the 85th percentile when assessing his BABIP skill.

, Batting from the opposite that Gavin Stone throws from, Blake Sabol will have an edge today.

, According to the leading projection system (THE BAT X), Mookie Betts ranks as the 7th-best batter in the majors.

, Mookie Betts is penciled in 1st on the lineup card today.

, Extreme groundball bats like Mookie Betts are generally more successful against extreme flyball pitchers like Jordan Hicks.

, Mike Yastrzemski pulls a high percentage of his flyballs (36% — 92nd percentile) and sets up very well considering he’ll be hitting them towards MLB’s 2nd-shallowest RF fences in today’s game.

, When assessing his BABIP talent, Teoscar Hernandez is projected as the 13th-best hitter in the game by the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Teoscar Hernandez has an 82nd percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (34.6%) and is a great match for the park considering he’ll be hitting them towards MLB’s 2nd-shallowest RF fences in today’s matchup.

, Based on Statcast metrics, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected Batting Average (.232) may lead us to conclude that Teoscar Hernandez has been lucky this year with his .258 actual batting average.

, Posting a 26.500 Expected Home Runs per 600 plate appearances (an advanced metric created by the leading projection system (THE BAT X) based on Statcast data) since the start of last season , Wilmer Flores has performed in the 78th percentile for power.

, Shohei Ohtani projects as the 3rd-best hitter in baseball, according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Shohei Ohtani is projected to bat 2nd on the lineup card today.

, When estimating his batting average ability, Freddie Freeman is projected as the 2nd-best hitter in Major League Baseball by the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Freddie Freeman is projected to hit 3rd in the batting order in this matchup.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) ranks Max Muncy as the league’s 16th-best home run batter.

, Max Muncy is penciled in 5th on the lineup card in today’s game.

, Given Jordan Hicks’s large platoon split, Max Muncy will have a gigantic advantage batting from the opposite side of the plate today.

, Max Muncy pulls a high percentage of his flyballs (39% — 97th percentile) and sets up very well considering he’ll be hitting them towards baseball’s 2nd-shallowest RF fences in today’s game.

, The San Francisco Giants have 4 batters in their projected batting order today with a high (i.e. over 27%) underlying K% (according to the leading projection system, THE BAT X) (Heliot Ramos, Matt Chapman, Mike Yastrzemski, Blake Sabol).

, Among all SPs, Gavin Stone’s fastball velocity of 94.1 mph grades out in the 75th percentile this year.

, Gavin Stone has been unlucky in regards to his strikeouts this year, compiling a 6.39 K/9 despite the leading projection system (THE BAT) estimating his true talent level to be 7.90 — a 1.5 K/9 gap.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) ranks Matt Chapman as the majors’s 18th-best home run hitter.

, Matt Chapman is projected to bat 4th in the batting order today.

, Matt Chapman will possess the home field advantage in today’s game, which ought to improve all of his stats.

, Based on Statcast metrics, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected wOBA (.309) provides evidence that Matt Chapman has experienced some negative variance this year with his .266 actual wOBA.

, When assessing his overall offensive ability, Will Smith ranks in the 97th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, Will Smith is penciled in 4th on the lineup card today.

, Extreme groundball bats like Will Smith usually hit better against extreme flyball pitchers like Jordan Hicks.

, Casey Schmitt will have the benefit of the home field advantage in today’s game, which figures to bolster all of his stats.

, Based on Statcast data, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected wOBA (.274) provides evidence that Casey Schmitt has suffered from bad luck since the start of last season with his .248 actual wOBA.

, The Los Angeles Dodgers have 3 hitters in their projected offense today with a high (i.e. over 27%) underlying K% (according to the leading projection system, THE BAT X) (James Outman, Teoscar Hernandez, Max Muncy).

, Home field advantage generally improves pitcher stats in all categories, and Jordan Hicks will hold that advantage in today’s game.

, Jordan Hicks’s 94.7-mph fastball velocity this year is in the 82nd percentile among all SPs.

, When it comes to his overall offensive ability, LaMonte Wade Jr. ranks in the 85th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects James Outman in the 75th percentile when it comes to his home run skill.

, James Outman will have the handedness advantage over Jordan Hicks in today’s matchup… and even better, Hicks has a large platoon split.

, James Outman pulls a lot of his flyballs (38.1% — 96th percentile) and is a great match for the park considering he’ll be hitting them towards baseball’s 2nd-shallowest RF fences in today’s matchup.

, Extreme flyball batters like James Outman tend to perform better against extreme groundball pitchers like Jordan Hicks.

, Andy Pages has a 79th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (34.3%) and is a great match for the park considering he’ll be hitting them in the direction of MLB’s 2nd-shallowest RF fences in today’s game.

, Bats such as Andy Pages with extreme flyball tendencies are usually more effective when facing pitchers like Jordan Hicks who skew towards the groundball end of the spectrum.

, Andy Pages has been hot recently, putting up a .351 wOBA over the last 14 days.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Thairo Estrada in the 77th percentile when it comes to his batting average ability.

, Thairo Estrada is penciled in 2nd on the lineup card in this matchup, which would be an upgrade from his 82% rate of hitting in the bottom-half of the batting order this season.

, Thairo Estrada will have the benefit of the home field advantage in today’s matchup, which figures to boost all of his stats.

, Based on Statcast metrics, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected Batting Average (.224) suggests that Casey Schmitt has been unlucky since the start of last season with his .200 actual batting average.

, Mookie Betts has suffered from bad luck when it comes to his home runs this year; his 18.8 HR per 600 plate appearances figure is a good deal lower than his 38.3 Expected HR/600, based on the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) estimates Wilmer Flores’s true offensive ability to be a .307, indicating that he has been unlucky this year given the .062 disparity between that mark and his actual .245 wOBA.

, Given Jordan Hicks’s large platoon split, Shohei Ohtani will have a big advantage batting from the opposite side of the plate in today’s matchup.

, According to the leading projection system (THE BAT)’s evaluation, Jordan Hicks’s overall pitching skill grades out in the 83rd percentile out of all SPs in Major League Baseball currently.

, It may be wise to expect weaker performance for the Los Angeles Dodgers offense in the future, considering that the leading projection system (THE BAT X) believes they are the 6th-luckiest offense in the league this year.

, The #3 field in Major League Baseball for suppressing walks, according to the leading projection system (THE BAT), is Oracle Park.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Heliot Ramos in the 83rd percentile when assessing his BABIP skill.

, Heliot Ramos has a 77th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (33.9%) and will have a big advantage hitting them towards the league’s 2nd-shallowest RF fences in today’s game.

, Home field advantage generally bolsters batter stats in all categories, and Heliot Ramos will hold that advantage in today’s matchup.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Max Muncy in the 94th percentile when estimating his overall offensive talent.

, It may be wise to expect better numbers for the San Francisco Giants offense going forward, considering that the leading projection system (THE BAT X) views them as the 9th-unluckiest offense in baseball this year.

, Gavin Stone has recorded a 2.01 K/BB rate this year, grading out in the 19th percentile.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Teoscar Hernandez in the 95th percentile as it relates to his home run ability.

, Notching 5 dingers in the past two weeks’ worth of games, Teoscar Hernandez has been on fire recently.

, Teoscar Hernandez has had positive variance on his side thus far when it comes to with his wOBA this year; his .355 mark is a fair amount higher than his .312 Expected wOBA, based on the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, Freddie Freeman projects as the 10th-best hitter in baseball, per the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Because of Jordan Hicks’s large platoon split, Freddie Freeman will have a huge advantage batting from the opposite side of the dish in today’s matchup.

, Thairo Estrada has been lucky in regards to with his wOBA this year; his .300 mark is a fair amount higher than his .279 Expected wOBA, based on the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, Ranking in the 77th percentile for power, Thairo Estrada has hit 24 homers per 600 plate appearances this year.

, Will Smith has been hot of late, putting up a .363 wOBA over the past 14 days.

, Since the start of last season, Heliot Ramos’s 14.3% Barrel%, a reliable stat for measuring power, places him in the 91st percentile among his peers.

, Heliot Ramos’s maximum exit velocity (a reliable stat to measure power) has been 112.7 mph since the start of last season, grading out in the 83rd percentile.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Blake Sabol in the 79th percentile when it comes to his home run skill.

, Blake Sabol will benefit from the home field advantage in today’s matchup, which ought to bolster all of his stats.

, When assessing his overall offensive ability, Matt Chapman ranks in the 94th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

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The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects LaMonte Wade Jr. in the 14th percentile as it relates to his BABIP talent.

, This year, LaMonte Wade Jr. has been pulled from the game early in 44% of his appearances when starting against righty on the mound.

, Oracle Park has the tallest average fence height in Major League Baseball.

, Oracle Park’s altitude is near sea-level, one of the lowest among all stadiums, which usually leads (as a rule of thumb) to less offense.

, The weather forecast projects temperatures in this contest to drop to the 2nd-lowest level on the slate at 58°, which is highly linked to an decrease in offense (and an increase in strikeouts).

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Wilmer Flores in the 1st percentile when assessing his BABIP skill.

, Gavin Stone will have the benefit of the platoon advantage against Wilmer Flores today.

, This year, there has been a decline in Wilmer Flores’s footspeed with his Statcast Sprint Speed dropping from 24.44 ft/sec last year to 23.73 ft/sec currently.

, This year, Mike Yastrzemski has been pulled from the game early in 19% of his appearances when starting against righty hurler.

, Mike Yastrzemski’s footspeed has decreased this season. His 27.02 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last year sits at 26.46 ft/sec now.

, Gavin Lux is projected to hit 8th in the lineup today.

, The San Francisco Giants infield defense projects as the 3rd-strongest among every team on the slate today.

, Playing on the road typically reduces hitter stats in all categories due to the lack of home field advantage, which ought to be the case for Gavin Lux today.

, Blake Sabol is projected to bat 7th on the lineup card in this matchup.

, Since the start of last season, Blake Sabol has been replaced by a pinch-hitter in 22% of his appearances when starting against northpaw.

, Blake Sabol has had some very good luck with his batting average since the start of last season; his .242 figure is a good deal higher than his .216 Expected Batting Average, based on the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, Jordan Hicks will have the benefit of the platoon advantage against Mookie Betts in today’s game… and it’s a particular mismatch considering Hicks’s large platoon split.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Mike Yastrzemski in the 15th percentile when it comes to his BABIP skill.

, Teoscar Hernandez is penciled in 6th on the lineup card in this game.

, Given Jordan Hicks’s large platoon split, Teoscar Hernandez will be at a colossal disadvantage hitting from the same side of the plate today.

, Shohei Ohtani will be at a disadvantage playing on the road in today’s matchup.

, Despite posting a .453 wOBA this year, the leading projection system (THE BAT X) believes Shohei Ohtani has experienced some positive variance given the .053 gap between that mark and his estimated true talent wOBA of .400.

, Playing on the road typically lessens hitter metrics across the board due to the lack of home field advantage, which ought to be the case for Freddie Freeman in today’s matchup.

, This season, there has been a decline in Freddie Freeman’s footspeed with his Statcast Sprint Speed dropping from 26.69 ft/sec last year to 26.1 ft/sec currently.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT) profiles Oracle Park as the 8th-worst stadium in the league for LHB home runs.

, Playing on the road typically weakens hitter metrics across the board due to the lack of home field advantage, which should be the case for Max Muncy in today’s matchup.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Gavin Stone to throw 85 pitches in today’s game (8th-least on the slate), considering both his underlying tendencies and the matchup.

, The #6 venue in the majors for suppressing strikeouts, per the leading projection system (THE BAT), is Oracle Park.

, Playing on the road typically weakens pitcher metrics in all categories due to the lack of home field advantage, which ought to be the case for Gavin Stone today.

, Gavin Stone has compiled a 17.4% K% this year, checking in at the 14th percentile.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT) profiles Oracle Park as the 8th-worst stadium in Major League Baseball for right-handed home runs.

, Batting from the same side that Gavin Stone throws from, Matt Chapman will be at a disadvantage in today’s matchup.

, Considering Jordan Hicks’s large platoon split, Will Smith will be at a big disadvantage batting from the same side of the dish in this game.

, Playing on the road typically lowers hitter stats in all categories due to the lack of home field advantage, which ought to be the case for Will Smith in today’s game.

, In notching a .266 wOBA (a leading indicator of offensive ability) this year, Matt Chapman is ranked in the 23rd percentile.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Casey Schmitt in the 22nd percentile when estimating his overall offensive ability.

, Casey Schmitt is penciled in 8th in the batting order in today’s game.

, Since the start of last season, Casey Schmitt has been lifted for a pinch-hitter in 12% of his appearances when starting against righty on the mound.

, Taking into account both his underlying tendencies and the matchup, Jordan Hicks is projected to throw 85 pitches in this matchup by the leading projection system (THE BAT X) system, which is the 10th-least of all pitchers today.

, Given that flyball pitchers struggle the most against groundball hitters, Jordan Hicks (52.8% FB% per the leading projection system, THE BAT) will be a bit disadvantaged in today’s game with 5 GB hitters in Los Angeles’s projected batting order.

, Jordan Hicks’s high usage percentage of his fastball (56.6% this year) is likely hurting his results, considering they are typically much less effective than breaking or off-speed pitches.

, James Outman is projected to bat 9th on the lineup card in this matchup.

, When starting against a righty hurler this year, James Outman has been pinch hit for 13% of the time.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects James Outman in the 13th percentile when estimating his batting average talent.

, Playing on the road typically weakens hitter stats across the board due to the lack of home field advantage, which should be the case for Mookie Betts today.

, Andy Pages is penciled in 7th in the batting order today.

, Because of Jordan Hicks’s large platoon split, Andy Pages will be at a big disadvantage hitting from the same side of the plate today.

, Gavin Stone will receive the benefit of the platoon advantage against Thairo Estrada in today’s matchup.

, Since the start of last season, Thairo Estrada’s 4.8% Barrel%, a reliable metric for measuring power, places him in the 19th percentile among his peers.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) estimates LaMonte Wade Jr.’s true offensive ability to be a .327, indicating that he has had positive variance on his side this year given the .078 discrepancy between that mark and his actual .405 wOBA.

, The Los Angeles Dodgers projected offense grades out as the strongest of the day in terms of overall offensive skill.

, Heliot Ramos is projected to hit 6th in the lineup in this matchup.

, Gavin Stone will hold the platoon advantage against Heliot Ramos in today’s game.

, In notching a .217 Expected Batting Average (an advanced metric created by the leading projection system (THE BAT X) based on Statcast data) since the start of last season , Max Muncy grades out in the 12th percentile.

, Heliot Ramos ranks in the 6th percentile when it comes to hitting balls between 23° and 34°, the launch angle range that tends to best-produce home runs (5.7% rate since the start of last season).

, Gavin Stone was firing on all cylinders in his last game started and conceded 1 ER.

, Thairo Estrada’s 85.8-mph average exit velocity is among the worst in the league since the start of last season: 5th percentile.

, When it comes to plate discipline, Matt Chapman’s talent is quite weak, sporting a 4.95 K/BB rate this year while placing in in the 9th percentile.

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