Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Daniel Nava May Dump Switch-Hitting Role

According to WEEI.com's Rob Bradford, Daniel Nava is considering abandoning switch-hitting and hitting exclusively from the left side. Nava has hit 90 points higher from the left side of the plate—so it might make sense for him to bite the bullet and give up hitting right-handed. Apparently, it's not that easy when you've been a switch-hitter in your whole post-Little League career. Said Nava, "I’ve been a switch-hitter my whole life. Hopefully I raked in Little League, but I don’t’ really remember." You might recall that Shane Victorino gave up switch-hitting in 2013 due to injury—and fared quite well. Do it, Daniel!