Can a struggling hitter really turn it around in the last month? Here’s what the numbers say

Can a struggling hitter really turn it around in the last month? Here’s what the numbers say

Five months in and these hitters haven’t produced like expected. The numbers say they still can. And that could change their team’s fate.


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