This was shown during his career The mayors the left-handed slugger Houston Astros. The same applies to right-handed pitchers as to even-handed pitchers
If we look at the numbers he has accumulated Jordan in his career against the so-called wrong hands, we know that in this aspect he is one of the best hitters in MLB.
Jordan from 2019 to now (minimum 200 PA vs PZ including postseason) he ranks first in OBP (.379), SLG (.563) and extra-base hits connected (97).
In addition, the man from Las Tuscany also has the second best batting average with .299.
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In the regular season of his major league career (2019-present), Jordan ranked among the best left-handed hitters vs. left-handed pitchers, let’s examine:
- Hits: 6th (190, tied by Matt Olson)
- Doubles: 2nd (48)
- Home runs: 5th (39)
- RBIs: 3rd (138)
- AVG (minimum 500 PA): 2nd (.301)
- OBP (minimum 500 PA): 1st (.382)
- SLG (minimum 500 PA): 1st (.565)
- OPS (minimum 500 PA): 1st (.947)
As you can see, Jordan As of the 2019 regular season he is the left-handed hitter with the best on-base average against left-handed pitchers. He also leads in Slugging and OPS.
In this century, with at least 500 at-bats, the best batting average (left-handed vs. left-handed) of MLB It belongs to Japanese Ichiro Suzuki (.329; 2842 VB-935 H).
Yordan Alvarez since 2001 he appears in sixth place among the best in batting average (BZ vs PZ).
The OBP recorded by Barry Bonds this century vs PZ is huge (.502) in 1049 PA. He is currently the best in this line. Jordan placed seventh.
The data used in this note does not include postseason games through October 8, 2023.