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BSG’s Who to Watch: NL East

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Welcome to the first of our new semi-weekly series, Batting Stance Guy’s Who to Watch! We figured if you’d gone to all the effort to visit a site about a man who imitates batting stances, you might be interested in getting his take on the best stances to watch on your local FSN channel (shameless plug) this MLB season. So we’ll be breaking down a different batch of hitters each week, starting with the sluggers of the NL East. Enjoy!

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12 Responses to “BSG’s Who to Watch: NL East”

  1. Tucker Gordon Says:

    I think you forgot Matt Stairs, Raul Ibanez, Adam Laroche, Garret Anderson, and Emilio Bonifacio.

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  2. Preston Michelson Says:

    You should have said “What to Watch: NL East except for the Marlins 2009″

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  3. skipdy Says:

    Jorge Cantu of the Florida Marlins has a pretty funky batting stance. His head sort of leans into the strikezone, his left leg is out (sort of like how Hanley Ramirez had it before he changed it), and he bends over a lot.

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  4. The Pearl Says:

    That Rated Rookie t-shirt is flat out incredible. Where did you pick that up?

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  5. Anonymous Says:

    I think that you missed Raul Ibanez.

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  6. blaise Says:

    yo im a frequent watcher just so you know jayson werth now has this new stance where he doesnt like have that “craig counsell” above shoulders tecnique he goes like “lazy” type matt diaz tune into a phils game and check it out

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  7. hoey Says:

    what about RYAN HOWARD AND BEN FRANISICO

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  8. Casey Says:

    jayson werth is a hottie =]

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  9. Gary Says:

    I think you should put in Jeff Francoeur, Emilio Bonifacio, Raul Ibanez, Josh Willingham, and Troy Glaus

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  10. Gary Says:

    I like that you put in Murphy tho, definitely an underrated batting stance

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