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The Move is one of the keys to hitting; to developing power Efficiently.
To swinging hard without having to try to.
The Move in Hitting
When it comes to The Move in hitting, Fernando Tatis Jr. of the Padres gives probably the clearest and best example in a contemporary hitter.
When I look at Tatis, I see a modern-day Roberto Clemente.
Fernando Tatis Jr. also bears some resemblance to Ted Williams, another hitter from the history of the game who provided some great examples of The Move.
Another younger hitter I will go, and have gone, out of my way to see, because of his use of The Move, is Juan Soto of the Nationals.
I've also found The Move in unexpected places; in the swing of David Wright, for example.
Although that shouldn't have been a surprise given how consistently good Wright was, before he developed the problems that ended his career.
One thing to remember about The Move is that, if you're doing it with your shoulders, you're doing it wrong; you're not as efficient as you could be.
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