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2023 Player Outlook

2023 Recap: Some may call 2023 a down year for Hernandez, because despite playing the most games (160) he’s ever played in a season, he hit just 26 home runs and posted a .305 OBP. Can T-Mobile Park be solely to blame? Perhaps? Hernandez did only post a .217 average, .380 SLG, and .163 ISO at home last year, and those numbers were nowhere near his marks on the road. Hernandez demolished left-handed pitching last year, to the tune of a .510 SLG and 120 wRC+ and he was about average against righties, hitting .249 with a 100 wRC+. From August 1 on, he slashed .294/.339/.491 with a 12.8 percent barrel rate, and 49.7 percent hard hit rate! 

2024 Outlook: Hernandez isn’t getting any younger, but he stayed healthy last season, and the Dodgers are hoping that he can do it again. He will be yet another power bat in this lineup and he gets a massive park upgrade in Dodger Stadium, which has been very lucrative to right-handed power hitters. There’s a lot of talent in this lineup, so his supporting cast should be excellent, and in his new digs, he has a very good chance to hit 30+ home runs for the second time in his career, and perhaps even push 100 RBI. If all goes well, think 2021 Hernandez, with a few less stolen bases and a batting average closer to .255 than the .296 he posted that season.

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