Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich has never believed the results of one season have any carryover effect into the next year.
He didn’t think that when he was coming off an MVP season in 2018 or a second straight batting title in 2019. Nor does he feel that way that now as he tries bouncing back from the most disappointing season of his career.
Yelich hit just .205 last year after winning NL batting titles in 2018 and 2019. Yelich called his 2020 season “pretty much all-around terrible.”