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Splitsville: Ben Jones v1.1
Favors Facing Right-Handed Pitchers: Charleston first baseman Ben Jones, a right-handed batter, actually prefers facing right-handed pitchers, according to his splits with the Riverdogs this past season. Just a .271 hitter against lefties, Jones hit .293 against right-handed pitchers in 2005. Even more remarkable than his higher batting average against right-handed pitchers versus southpaws was his higher extra-base hit percentage against them as well. Not only did he hit all 14 of his home runs this past year against righties, Jones clubbed 39.6% of his hits against right-handed pitchers for extra bases. Only 19.2% of his hits against lefties were extra-base hits, showing that he does in fact go against traditional...
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