There are 7 players with 50+ plate appearances with runners in scoring position. Ian Kinsler, Ryan Zimmerman, Giancarlo Stanton and Miguel Cabrera are all hitting over .300. Victor Martinez and Carlos Santana are hitting better than .275. Mark Teixeira is hitting just .194.
Matt Holliday leads the MLB in BA with RISP (.538) among hitters with at least 25 ABs. Stephen Vogt is the only other hitting batting .500.
Of the 11 bats with a .400+ BA with RISP, Brett Lawrie and Howie Kendrick have produced the least amount of RBI, 13.
Vogt and Josh Reddick have come up big for the Athletics with RISP, with 27 hits in 58 AB (.465) and driving in 47 runs thanks to 9 home runs!
Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez have been intentionally walked 11 times with RISP. Martinez leads the MLB with 6 IBB, tied with Jose Altuve.
The Worst With RISP
Jorge Soler leads the league in strikeouts with RISP, 19. Giancarlo Stanton, Mike Zunino and Jay Bruce are the only others with 15.
Casey McGehee has grounded into 8 double players to lead the MLB.
30 hitters have a batting average below .200 with RISP and 25+ AB, but Ian Desmond is the only one hitting under .100, thanks to an 80% GB rate.