Looking for evidence of how consistently hard rookie Alec Bohm has drilled the ball?
Bohm, whose season debut did not come until Game 14 in mid-August, already leads the Phillies in line-drive hits.
In Game 2 Sunday, Bohm homered for the Phillies' first run.
Just under 20% of Bohm's balls in play this season have been "hard hit," which is classified as a ball that comes off the bat at a velocity of 95 mph or higher. Bohm has done so 4% more than Bryce Harper, 5% more than Rhys Hoskins and 9% more than Gregorius.
Bohm's average exit velocity is second on the team behind only Jay Bruce, who swings and misses much more than the rookie.
Cronenworth is hitting .315/.371/.538 with 18 extra-base hits and 20 RBI in 143 plate appearances.
Bohm is hitting .333/.379/.505 with 12 extra-base hits and 19 RBI in 116 plate appearances.