We often see a change of scenery giving a boost to a player. Sometimes, things don't work out with a team and moving to a new organization can often unlock success. 

It's too early to tell if it's true with Willy Adames , but he's off to a good start with Milwaukee. Adames has a line of .324/.410/.559 with five runs, two home runs and nine RBIs in 34 at-bats. Adames struggled to hit at Tropicana Field. He had a line of .217/.275/.341 with 62 runs, 16 home runs, 55 RBIs, a .616 OPS in 572 at-bats over 171 games at home.

On the road, Adames had a line of .293/.366/.497 with 27 home runs. Adames had mentioned how he had trouble seeing the ball in Tampa Bay and the stats reflect it could be true. Adames still has some flaws. The strikeout...