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We all knew it had to end at some point. There was no way that Chris Taylor was going to keep up the incredible pace he’s set for the year. And June was finally that month that brought Taylor back down to earth.
With an average of .309 during the first two months of the season, Taylor dipped way down to a .227 average in June. He was right about average for his season on power numbers, hitting three long balls in the month.
The upside is that there’s still a lot of season ahead, meaning Taylor could quickly return to his performance in the previous months.
He will also get a bit of a mental and physical break with the All-Star game coming up, considering he’s played in all but three games since mid-April.
June Slash Line: .227/.306/.402