Since August 13, Amed Rosario has a .328/.353/.527 line in 136 PA. Yes, the hits are falling in, as he has a .369 BABIP. But he also has a .199 ISO, thanks to 14 XBH, including 5 HR. You’d like to see more walks (4) but he has improved with identifying pitches in the zone, as he has a 16.9 K% in this span.
If we expand the sample to look at splits by half, we find:
1st half – .668 OPS, 20.8 K% in 307 PA
2nd half – .726 OPS, 17.7 K% in 226 PA
It hasn’t happened as quickly as we want, but we’ve seen an improved player here in the second half, especially since mid-August.