BP Daily: Evaluating power outages
Rollins and Loney look like good bets to recover
While offensive levels are up around the majors, many sluggers are not pulling their weight. With nearly one-third of the season wrapped up already, it's time to start making decisions about which hitters are likely to bounce back, and which ones are likely to continue to disappoint. Below we have a handpicked list of some of the hitters with the lowest Isolated Power (ISO) figures in the league; all of these players were expected to hit for some power, but so far, none of them have delivered.
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