Cedric Mullins will bat only lefty now. Does that change the Orioles’ outfield mix? | ANALYSIS

He’s hitting .273 with an .805 OPS and 51 home runs against righties and .316 with an .896 OPS against lefties, although he was far worse against lefties in 2019 at Triple-A Norfolk. And in the big leagues, Hays has an .802 OPS against righties and a .583 OPS against lefties, albeit in a smaller sample size.

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