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Fantasy Baseball: Extreme Splits and Fat Tits

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Well lucky for you pervs, splits rhymes with tits. Feel free to take a personal break and come back.

Wipe that shame off and get ready to do some work. Fantasy teams are generally built with a handful of bench spots, and there’s value to be had from extra batters outside of simply popping them in when one of your studs is getting rest. So below I’ll hit you with a nice list of batters who hit for some extreme tits, I mean splits. Taking advantage of these glaring splits can be the difference, so grind it out my friends. Just as an FYI, I would say this list is more important for roto leagues, although those in H2H leagues should definitely take note.

More after the jump:

Lefty Specialists
Jesus Montero – The big man is currently hitting 207 points higher against lefties this season and is even showing some pop against south paws. He has the pedigree and is hitting nearly .500 against lefties in his career.

Scott Hairston – Scotty has always hit lefties well, but he is absolutely crushing them this year for average and power. He isn’t an everyday starter, but those in deeper leagues should think about spot starting him against lefties moving forward.

Jeff Francoeur – Although this year it hasn’t been the case, Frenchy usually hits lefties much better. These things have a tendency to straighten themselves out over time, so those who own Francoeur should monitor his production and lean on him when he faces lefties once his numbers settle down.

Todd Frazier – This Little League World Series standout is only adding to the lore this season. He has decent pop and is very legit against lefties. Spot start away.

Matt Diaz – Although Diaz doesn’t get regular at bats, he is hitting .300+ against lefties this season. Those in deeper leagues should have no problem gobbling up those splits.

Righty Specialists
Ike Davis – Don’t you dare poo-poo me for bringing up the struggling Ike. He is a talented hitter who is simply struggling. Davis has a mini-streak brewing and just cranked his sixth bomb of the season. When Ike turns it around, he will get back to destroying righties and ripping taters.

Adam Dunn – No surprise here, big Adam Dunn can’t hit lefties for shit. His pop is definitely back as he already has 20 bombs in this young season. 15 of them are against righties and over the last three years he is hitting 57 points higher against right handed pitchers.

Beast at Home
Dexter Fowler – What should I make of you Dexter? Although it is obvious that anybody gets a slight boost when playing in Colorado, Fowler is hitting .340 at home with 7 knockers versus .175 while playing away with only one bomb. In all fairness, he has nearly twice as many at bats at home but those splits are still pretty glaring.

Mitch Moreland – Mitch is a young stud in a potent offense. Moreland is batting 74 points higher at home.

Like It On The Road
Carlos Ruiz – Ruiz routinely puts up slightly better numbers away, although this year his average is 90 points higher on the road. I assume those splits will become smaller but he is still a better play for away games in general.

Paul Goldschmidt – Looking at last year’s numbers you would assume he was slightly more comfortable in away games. However, this year it is even more obvious, as he is hitting 80 points higher on the road.

Day Game Special
Jeff Mathis – This is a nice little special for deeper leagues. Mathis has always hit better during day games, and this season he is hitting .318 during the day as opposed to .077 at night in a similar number of at bats. He is also more comfy at home as an FYI.

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