Can Joe Dillon fix this team's off-speed woes?

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Can Joe Dillon fix this team's off-speed woes?
Can Joe Dillon fix this team's off-speed woes?

Among the laundry list of important items laid before Joe Dillon as he enters his first season as Phillies hitting coach — getting Rhys Hoskins and Scott Kingery back on their feet after second-half slumps, pushing Adam Haseley to the next level — is a problem that has plagued Phils hitters for years: Changeups. Over the last three seasons, only two teams have fared worse against changeups than the Phillies, their .361 combined SLG and .241 wOBA against changeups and splitters “beaten” only by the Giants and Cardinals. Back in July 2018, I covered this then-emerging issue, and over the last season-and-a-half things have not improved. PHI Batters vs. Changeups and Splits No! Bad! Moving in the

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