Here are his lines against right-handed and left-handed hitters so far in the postseason (four games pitched):
- RIGHT-HANDED BATTERS: Eleven batters faced, one single, one walk, three strikeouts. That's a .100/.182/.100 slash line allowed, .282 OPS allowed, 2.31 fielding independent pitching (a proxy for ERA based on home runs, walks, strikeouts, and hit by pitches).
- LEFT-HANDED BATTERS: Seven batters faced, four home runs, two strikeouts. That's a .571/.571/2.286 slash line allowed, 2.857 OPS allowed, 23.70 fielding independent pitching.
It may be just me, but I think he's been more effective against right-handed hitters.