The last two seasons, we have seen an explosion in power as home-run totals have risen in consecutive seasons for the first time in a very long time. So far in 2017, the league is slightly ahead of last year's alarming pace as a home run has been hit every 32.62 plate appearances compared to 32.9 in 2016. The league-wide home run to fly ball ratio was 11.4 percent when this trend began in 2015, but was 12.8 percent last year and is there again this year.
Much has been made of batters looking to launch with changes to launch angle with Yonder Alonso the latest face of the movement. The league's fly ball percentage has bone up from 33.8 to 34.6 percent to its current rate of 35.5 percent. As I began working on this piece around ...
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