When Dominic Smith made his MLB debut, he had trouble buying a hit (.218 BABIP) but hit for more power than we expected (.198 ISO) him to. The following year, his BABIP came up to .297 and his ISO remained stable, with a .196 mark. But his K rate was an unsightly 31.5%.
Then this past season, he had a .320 BABIP, a .243 ISO and a 22.3 K%. How many of those numbers are repeatable?
It would be wonderful if that ISO was the new normal for Smith.