Let’s be honest, no one really watches Spring Training. The beginning of the regular season is usually a mad scramble to try and figure out which players and teams played well during Spring practices but very few people watch it with a close eye. With that in mind, we’re here to get you primed on what you missed during the Spring. Below are the 10 best hitters this Spring, in terms of OPS average.

Minimum 30 plate appearances to qualify.

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#1) Nolan Arenado

1 - Nolan Arenado


#2) Tyler Naquin

2 - Tyler Naquin


#3) Trevor Story

3 - Trevor Story


#4) Jean Segura

4 - Jean Segura


#5) Michael Taylor

5 - Michael Taylor


#6) Jake Lamb

6 - Jake Lamb


#7) Mike Trout

7 - Mike Trout

#8) Jose Abreu

8 - Jose Abreu


#9) Justin Smoak

9 - Justin Smoak


#10) Nick Ahmed

10 - Nick Ahmed