Maybe the 2nd greatest homer ever hit in Canada. Prepare for Batting Stance Guy’s look at Jose Bautista’s world class HR & bat flip.
30. January 2014
Michael Young is retiring today. Here’s what happened the day Rangers pulled me into the clubhouse and wanted the Mikey take. Happy Retirement to the best Ranger. btw- he’s the one in red shirt. www.BattingStanceGuy.com twitter: @BattingStanceG
28. July 2011
Sure, Ranger all-star pitcher C.J. Wilson is good at baseball. But does he know who he dominates, or who shares his birthday, or book lessons from his youth? Find out in “BSG: Rapid Fire with C.J. Wilson” www.BattingStanceGuy.com Twitter: @BattingStanceG
11. October 2010
Yanks & Phils are in the LCS. Reds & Twins are out. Four teams remain in LDS: Rays, Rangers, Giants & Braves. BSG looks at one player per team for next 2 elimination games. Kinsler, Pena, Diaz & Sanchez, beware. You are a breath of fresh comedy amidst series intensity. Thank you. It’s Who to Watch! www.battingstanceguy.com
4. October 2010
The regular season has ended. Already?! One must focus on the last week in order to know what is next. – ancient Chinese sage once said. Well we do that here. Playoffs are set. Records were attained. Even The Hoff will be referenced. It’s the Week in Review!
14. May 2010
The Rangers looked good in their first test against prominent division rivals, the Oakland A’s, winning the series this week 2-1. And as they head up to Toronto today to challenge the mighty Blue Jays, BSG takes a look at what makes this such a great stance team. With the Angels on the decline, C.J. Wilson getting things done on the mound, and Hamilton, Kinsler, and Cruz at the plate, might this be the year the Rangers add a 2nd win to their postseason journal? Or is it just the year you buy a book about batting stances? Either way, it’s the 2010 Rangers.
13. September 2009
If the Rangers catch the Red Sox in the AL wildcard race this year, you can bet this guy will play a major part. We’re certainly pulling for him. So to get you Rangers fans in the right state-of-mind (cause we know Texans have confidence issues) here’s a look back at Josh Hamilton’s 1st ever MLB walk-off HR from July 10, 2008 against the division rival Angels. Enjoy!