While most editions of "In some Depth" have examined recent trends, I will get a bit more proactive in Week 10.
Interleague play is set to resume later this week, and the leagues will continuously intermix over the next few weeks. Unlike May's tease, AL teams could be sans-DH for several games in a row, and many NL clubs will be able to utilize the designated hitter privilege for the first time. This will be the last season in which the interleague schedule is so cut-and-dry, as next year's scheduling will be much messier.
Without further ado, here are 10 Designated Hitter-related observations, in no particular order. (Injuries and roster moves could diminish some of my prognosticative power)
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