- Stanton continued his torrid streak this week improving his slash line to .296/.360/.568 to go along with 11 home runs, 34 RBI and two stolen bases. Stantonís ISO (.272) is now in line with his rate from last season (.275), and his HR/FB ratio of 22.9 percent is also in line with his career ratio of 23.8 percent. Stantonís average has improved due to a slight drop in his strikeout rate from 27.6 percent to 23.7 percent (and improved swinging strike rate of 13.9 percent), and importantly a 10 percent drop in his ground ball rate with a 10 percent increase in his line drive rate. His 26.2 percent line drive rate could sustain an above average BABIP of .342, and give Stanton his most complete season in the majors.
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