‘MVP’ Acuña Jr’s unconventional transformation → ‘As a switch hitter?’

Attention is focusing on how Ronald Acuña Jr. (27, Atlanta Braves), who won his first MVP award in the National League last year, is doing his batting training. He entered the batter’s box on the left side.헤라카지노주소

Major League Baseball’s official website MLB.com posted a video of Acuña Jr.’s batting training on the 18th (Korean time).

Looking at the video released on the day, Acuña Jr. entered the left at bat with an open stance and hit once in the center field and twice in the right field.

This is not the first time Acuña Jr. has coveted left-handed at-bats. Earlier on May 24, 2021, he suddenly appeared in a helmet for left-handed batters in a regular season game.

Of course, manager Brian Snitker’s response to his comment was not good. He said “No,” adding that it was impossible to hit with fingers at left field.

The video of Acuña Jr.’s batting on the left side does not mean an attempt to switch to a switch hitter. Sometimes he enters the other side of the batter’s box to balance the batting.

However, Acuña Jr., who was feared by all pitchers last year, deserves enough attention for entering the left at-bat.

Ajie Albis (27), widely known as Acuña Jr. and best friend, is the switch heater. Attention is focusing on whether Acuña Jr. will follow his friend and try the switch heater from time to time.

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