Padres outfielder Trent Grisham stumbled in May
After last season I really didn't expect much offensively from Trent Grisham but he started off this season kind of nicely. He still didn't hit for a high average at all as that sat at .198 in April, but he drew 16 walks and hit four home runs. He had a .725 OPS and a 104 WRC+ which I'd certainly take from Grisham.
The month of May has been a completely different story as he's slashed .187/.315/.293 with just one home run and three RBI. Grisham is still walking a ton which is good but he hit just one home run and saw his OPS dip over 100 points and his WRC+ dip to 79.
I'm not expecting Grisham to be an elite offensive player or anything, but Grisham does have to at the very least be closer to league average. You cannot play every day on a team trying to contend with a 79 WRC+ in a month.
The walks have helped that WRC+ stay at least somewhat within range of a league average mark of 100, but if he can either find a way to come up with more singles or hit a couple more home runs he'll be contributing so much more.