Posey put together an amazing offensive season that likely is going to end with the NL MVP trophy on his mantel, but he did most of his damage against left-handed pitching, hitting .433/.470/.793. Conversely, he hit only .292/.382/.440 against right-handed pitching, which is a nice line but not spectacular. The Reds' pitching staff is heavily right-handed, so Posey's chances to tee off on a left-hander is likely to happen only if he gets a chance to face the Reds' flamethrowing closer.
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