(Courtesy of Texas Leaguers)
Look at that. Just look. That's absolutely terrible. It's brutally damning. Vernon Wells is done. D-U-N. He only hit 1 ball to the warning track last month in 77 plate appearances and didn't even come close to doing it again. He hit .133/.143/.177 last month, with just 1 walk and 17 strikeouts. I think I could go up to the plate 77 times, just stand there with the bat on my shoulder, and probably generate a higher OPS than that in a month. Totally kidding but not really.
Looking at the pitch result breakdowns, it's not easy to see why Wells has fallen off the productivity cliff. If you throw him an offspeed pitch, he's going to swing and miss it. You throw him any kind of fastball, he isn't going to get around on it fast enough to generate any kind of solid contact, forget about power. It's not surprising that he got bested by that pitching machine a little while back. He just doesn't have anything left.