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Justin Smoak

1B | Toronto Blue Jays
Bats / Throws: S / L
Age: 25 (1986-12-05)
Ht / Wt: 6'4" / 220 lbs.

2018 Stats Snapshot

AVGRHRRBISBwOBA
0.26212212---0.38

Draft Prep / Rankings Snapshot

Staff RankTrendAvg ADPAuctionRound (12-team)Diff
89125$148.42+36.0
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4/18:Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Justin Smoak got off to a hot start in 2018, but he has cooled off considerably. Smoak picked up seven hits and two home runs in a three-game stretch to start the year, but hasn’t done a whole lot since. Over his last five games, Smoak has picked up only one hit and one RBI over his last 18 at-bats, watching his slash line plummet to a still solid .250/.370/.417. After a breakout 2017 at age 31, many wondered whether Smoak would be able to keep it going in 2018. His peripheral statistics indicated last season was for real, but it’s worth noting that despite the struggles his BABIP is still a very high .368 (.268 career BABIP). The issue here seems to be the lack of fly balls (37.5 percent versus 44.5 percent in 2017), but in time, that will likely come. There’s no reason to worry here yet.--Andrew Bua - RotoBaller
Source: ESPN

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Historical Split Stats

  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
SplitABH2B3BHRRRBISBAVGOBPSLGOPSISOwOBA
vL2581000300.320.4140.360.7740.040.414
vR4095020900.2250.360.50.860.2750.36
HOME391260261100.3080.4130.6151.0280.3070.457
AWAY2650006100.1920.3330.1920.52500.273
vL1264180701900.3250.4110.5560.9670.2310.418
vR4381102113107400.2510.3370.5160.8530.2650.363
HOME2777513119444700.2710.3620.5310.8930.260.384
AWAY2837616019414300.2690.3480.5270.8750.2580.37
vL86182030900.2090.2840.3370.6210.1280.284
vR21247801102700.2220.3270.4150.7420.1930.335
HOME164374010242100.2260.3210.4330.7540.2070.332
AWAY1352860491310.2070.3050.3410.6460.1340.305
vL381000401000.2630.2820.5790.8610.3160.359
vR257581611405100.2260.3060.4590.7650.2330.333
HOME156401308233400.2560.3260.4940.820.2380.355
AWAY140273110212500.1930.2690.4430.7120.250.308

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Justin Smoak Chatroom

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Beat Writer Chatter

  • @gregorMLB: @calumshanlin @Baseball_Jenn No, don't see how they're related. Pearce at 1B was just to give Smoak some time off his legs.
  • @gregorMLB: #BlueJays lineup: Pearce DH, Hernandez LF, Smoak 1B, Solarte 3B, Pillar CF, Diaz SS, Grichuk RF, Maile C, Travis 2B
  • @gregorMLB: The Royals are pitching to Smoak in this situation? I know Solarte has been swinging the bat pretty well, but, uhh, what? #BlueJays
  • @gregorMLB: #BlueJays lineup for Game 1: Pearce DH, Hernandez LF, Smoak 1B, Solarte 3B, Martin C, Pillar CF, Diaz SS, Grichuk RF, Travis 2B.
  • @gregorMLB: #BlueJays lineup: Granderson DH, Hernandez LF, Smoak 1B, Solarte 3B, Martin C, Pillar CF, Diaz SS, Grichuk RF, Trav… https://t.co/0oFVs9WzUv
  • @gregorMLB: With Donaldson on the DL here's the new-look #BlueJays lineup: Granderson DH, Hernandez LF, Smoak 1B, Solarte 3B, M… https://t.co/Dy70vstWWA
  • @gregorMLB: Smoak, who is batting second for the first time in his career, beats out a doubleplay ball. They definitely moved h… https://t.co/IPPJGzKyr0
  • @gregorMLB: Well that's one heck of a way to give the lead away. Smoak had completely stopped at third base. That was ugggly bu… https://t.co/tghGTLzHr5
  • @Wilnerness590: Batter interference called on Justin Smoak there - he backed into home plate after striking out. By rule, dead ball… https://t.co/3ghp9Yuik1
  • @gregorMLB: #BlueJays lineup: Granderson LF, Donaldson 3B, Smoak 1B, Solarte DH, Pearce RF, Martin C, Pillar CF, Travis 2B, Diaz SS.

Depth Charts - Batters

Depth Charts - Pitchers

Toronto Blue Jays Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (3B)
  2. Bo Bichette (2B/SS)
  3. Anthony Alford (OF)
  4. Logan Warmoth (SS)
  5. Nate Pearson (SP)
  6. Danny Jansen (C)
  7. Lourdes Gurriel (2B/SS)
  8. Richard Urena (SS)
  9. Garrett Whitley (OF)

Basic and Advanced Historical Stats

YearGABH2B3BHRRRBISBBBSOAVGOBPOPSISOBABIPwOBA
20181765176021212012220.2620.380.8260.1840.3570.38
20171585601512913885900731280.270.3550.8840.2590.2850.377
2016126299651001433341401120.2170.3140.7050.1740.2950.32
201513229667161184459029860.2260.2990.7690.2440.2540.335
2014802454912072830023660.20.2720.6070.1350.2410.276
20131314521071902053500641190.2370.3330.7450.1750.2770.335
20121324831051401949511491110.2170.290.6540.1470.2420.293
20111234271002401538550551050.2340.3230.7190.1620.2730.317
201010034876140134048146910.2180.3070.6780.1530.2550.307

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