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Baseballs Most Unlucky Hitters

The following is a list of players in the MLB who are hitting line drives in more than 20% of their ABs, but have a BABIP below league average. These are players that you might want to consider holding onto if you own them, or trying to acquire on the cheap as their luck could change, soon....hopefully! 

Baseball Luckiest Hitters - High FB% High BABIP

Jason Kipnis has hit his way off this list.  He is hitting .449 in the month of May, with 9 doubles, 3 home runs and 2 triples.  He has scored 21 runs in 19 games for the Indians. His 34.8 LD% this month has resulted in a .485 BABIP.

Brian Dozier30.90%0.274
Ben Revere30.80%0.283
Curtis Granderson27.50%0.286
Chase Headley27.20%0.275
George Springer25.90%0.253
Ryan Howard25.30%0.300
Josh Harrison25.20%0.277
David Ortiz24.80%0.252
Omar Infante23.90%0.298
Chris Coghlan23.60%0.212
Elvis Andrus23.50%0.254
Nick Castellanos23.40%0.299
Carlos Gonzalez23.20%0.232
Daniel Murphy22.90%0.248
Kyle Seager22.50%0.270
Todd Frazier22.50%0.231
Giancarlo Stanton22.30%0.275
Carlos Beltran21.90%0.282
Johnny Giavotella21.50%0.290
Melky Cabrera21.40%0.264
Hanley Ramirez21.30%0.241
Pablo Sandoval21.10%0.294
Shin-Soo Choo21.10%0.289
Luis Valbuena21.10%0.210
Andrelton Simmons21.00%0.261
Lonnie Chisenhall20.60%0.238
Michael Morse20.50%0.279
Matt Adams20.40%0.287
Billy Hamilton20.20%0.243

Stats via FanGraphs That's The Way Baseball Go