Am I the only one starting to notice that kids these days are getting all of this training to be in the mlb? Like I know it's every kids dream but like there won't be raw talent anymore in like 10 years. It's kinda sad tbh.
You should see my table tennis serving stance
Call it batting stances, but when they're getting ready to swing they're pretty much all the same
Tettleton was a juicer
This is a visual representation of the phrase “whatever works, works.”
Cal Ripken should’ve been on here. When he would have the bart horizontal before the pitch. Sammy Sosa
If it works for them that’s all that matters
Where is sammy sosa
All that matters is that it's comfortable and it works.
And dick McAuliffe’s name wasn’t nentioned. He should’ve been the FIRST guy you should thought about. His stance is the weirest stance.
And most of these people hit dingers
Aaron Rowland's got the, I have to take a shit really bad but I'm up at the end of the inning stance.
Jay Buhner could of made the list
No Jay Buhner?
Why no name at 0:33?
willie stargell is a great
Why is John jaso never in these
I was at the game when coco hit the walkoff
Chuck Knoblauch also takes a weird stance as he beats his wife.
I fucking hate Aaron Rowand's stance, what the fuck is that?
Dick McAuliffe, Detroit Tigers, I was 11 when I first saw him on the Game of the week Waaay back in 1962!
Add Carney Lansford and Eric Davis. I see nothing odd with Travis D' arnaud stance or approach or Vlad
…. who remembers Will Clark ?No… Will Clark here ?? …cmon now
The thumbnail is every highschool player's stance.
You should've put in Kirby Puckett.
Broken bat home runs
4:27 thank me later
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