I also am disappointed by the sudden desire for players to use "launch angle" instead of working counts and getting a pitch to hit. Eventually someone will figure out they can make a lot of money and a long term career if they worry more about batting average than HR/Launch angle. Of those 106 that are hitting above .240, only 19 are hitting above .300. Very depressing.
Take a look at Kyle Schwarber. When he came out of college into the Cubs minor league system he was a slashing hitter who used the whole field and would punish those who left fastballs in the heart of the plate.
Then he hit those bombs in the 2015 post season and overnight he transformed from what he was to the typical MLB home run derby swinger. He is currently leading the majors with 28 homers and a very unappealing .216 average. I would prefer someone who hit .300 with 25 homers and moved runners along the bases than someone who hits 58 homers every year, but those 58 homers are almost the only hits he gets all year.