Gio Urshela blossomed for the New York Yankees in 2019. He was in 2019 to the Yankees what Miguel Andújar was in 2018. He performed quite well, but in 2019, Andujar lost most of the year to injury, which allowed Urshela to prove he was incredibly value to the Bronx Bombers. After hitting .314 with 21 home runs and 74 RBI in 132 games last year, Urshela heads into 2020 as the Yankees everyday third baseman, with Andujar occupying a super utility role. The 28-year-old did a lot that was out of the norm in 2019, so what do we think of Urshela in 2020? Is he going to be the same guy he was last year, or is statistical regression forthcoming? Let’s take a look…

First and foremost, Urshela made hard contact with great frequency. Compared to years prior, it was even more impressive the amount of hard contact he made, and the consistency he had with it. Take a look at his rolling chart, and something happened in 2019 where he shot up!

Furthermore, look at his average exit...