On the surface, this may be confirmation bias after opining about Willy Adames needing to escape Tropicana Field in order to unlock his potential as a hitter. Prior to joining Milwaukee, he played in 332 games with the Rays accruing a bland .254/.320/.420 slash line with 43 home runs, 124 RBI and 13 stolen bases. When hot, he helped fantasy lineups but his troubling splits made him tough to roster for a full season outside of league-only formats. 

He could not hit in Tampa Bay. With such a disparity in his home and road splits stifling his potential upside, here's a look at his career numbers in each venue during his time with the Rays courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com: 

  • Home (Tampa Bay) - 171 games, 622 plate appearances, 62 runs, 21...