The Best Lefthanded Batters and Lefthanded Pitchers in Baseball
Younger Lefthanded Batters - Rising Stars
Other Veteran Lefthanded Batters
Corey Seager starts his 9th year in the majors and 2nd year with the Rangers after 7 years with the Dodgers. The 3-time all-star has 863 hits, 188 doubles, 137 home runs, 447 RBI and a .287 batting average.
Joey Gallo starts his 9th MLB season as a new member of the Twins, after time with the Dodgers, Yankees, and Rangers. The 2-time all-star has 471 hits, 89 doubles, 177 home runs, 386 RBI, but only a .200 batting average.
Kyle Schwarber starts his 8th MLB season and 2nd with the Phillies after time with the Red Sox, the Nationals, and the Cubs. The 2-time all-star has 648 hits, 111 doubles, 199 home runs, 424 RBI, a .232 batting average. He led the NL with 46 home runs in 2022.
Matt Olson starts his 8th years in the majors, and 2nd with the Braves after starting his career with the Athletics. He has 665 hits, 145 doubles, 176 home runs, 476 runs batted in, and a .252 batting average
Andrew Benintendi starts his 8th MLB seaon as a new member of the White Sox after playing previously with the Yankees, Royals, and Red Sox. He enters 2023 with 778 hits, 169 doubles, 73 home runs, 384 RBI and a .279 average
Rafael Devers starts his 7th year in the majors, all with the Red Sox. The 2-time all-star enters 2023 with 762 hits, 187 doubles, 139 home runs, 455 runs batted in, and a .283 batting average
Jeff McNeil starts his 6th year in the majors, all with the Mets. The 2-time all-star enters 2023 with 564 hits, 121 doubles, 46 home runs, 212 RBI, and a .306 batting average. He has batted .300 or more in 4 of his 5 seasons and won the 2022 NL Batting Title with a .326 average.
Juan Soto starts his 6th mlb season and 2nd with the Padres after starting his career with the Nationals. The 2-time all-star has 612 hits, 116 doubles, 125 home runs, 374 RBI, and a .286 batting average. Soto is one the few major leaguers who walks more than he strikeouts (508 to 448).
Luis Arraez starts his 5th MLB season and 1st year with the Marlins after 4 years with the Twins. He has 444 hits, 77 doubles, 14 home runs, 132 RBI, and a .319 batting average. He has batted .300 or better in 3 of his first 4 years, and won the AL Batting Title with a .316 average in 2023.
Jason Heyward starts 2023 with 1422 hits, 269 doubles, 159 home runs, 641 RBI and a ,257 batting average. He enters his 13th MLB season as a new member of the Dodgers, after playing for the Cubs, the Cardinals and the Braves.
Brandon Crawford starts 2023 with 1337 hits, 279 doubles, 139 home runs, 706 RBI, and a .253 batting average. He enters his 12th year in the majors, all with the Giants. Crawford is a 2-time all-star.
Matt Carpenter starts 2023 with 1192 hits, 310 doubles, 170 home runs, 615 RBI, and a .263 batting average. He enters his 13th MLB season a new member of the Padres, after playing for the Yankees and the Cardinals. Carpenter is a 3- time all-star.
Mike Moustakis starts 2023 with 1165 hits, 259 doubles, 203 home runs, 635 RBI, and a .247 batting average. He enters his 13th MLB season as a new member of the Rockies, after playing for the Brewers, Reds, and Royals. Moustakis is a 3-time all-star.
Brandon Belt starts 2023 with 1146 hits, 267 doubles, 175 home runs, 584 RBI, and a .261 batting average. He enters his 13th year in the majors as a new member of the Blue Jays, after playing his previous 12 years with the Giants.
Kole Calhoun has played 11 years in the majors but is currently an unsigned free agent. He has 1042 career hits, 198 doubles, 173 home runs, 557 runs batted in and a .243 batting average.
David Peralta starts 2023 with 1001 hits, 203 doubles, 110 home runs, 486 RBI and a .280 batting average. He enters his 10th MLB season as a new member of the Dodgers after previously playing with the Rays and the Diamondbacks.