As a Major League Baseball player, you are bound to have an off-year. You know, the one where you hit 20 points lower than your career batting average and all your numbers drop.
To fix this ailment, some players train harder in the offseason, others try new diets and some try new batting stances.
In other cases, players switch their batting stances to accommodate to a new role on the team or to try and maximize their talents at the plate. But regardless of the reason, there are always players out there who are experimenting with new batting stances during spring training.
Let's take a look at some of the names this year.