Perhaps no hitter in the National League is more likely to pull a ball on the ground than Kevin Plawecki. He hits a grounder in 61% of his ABs and he has a 57.6 Pull%. Both numbers are top 10 marks in the league and guys who do one don’t necessarily do the other.
It’s maddening when he combines those two and hits into a double play. But perhaps the worst thing about it is when he does hit the ball in the air, he has had good results this year. According to Baseball-Reference, the average NL player hits .208 with an .848 OPS when he hits a fly ball. Plawecki has a .308 AVG and a 1.158 OPS on flies. But he has just 13 FB among his 59 balls in play.