Bochy also mentioned that Posey, Pence and Morse have hit almost equally well against right-handers as they have off lefties in their careers. Statistics support this observation.
Posey entered this season with a slash line that's clearly better against left-handers (.343/.405/.600) than right-handers (.294/.366/.441). But Pence's righty-lefty splits are similar (.284/.337/.462 against right-handers, .289/.345/.522 off lefties). The same goes for Morse (.280/.332/.470 off righties, .284/.340/.479 versus left-handers).
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