Pirates' Andrew McCutchen Mimicks Batting Stances of Baseball Legends

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistMarch 18, 2014

ESPN

Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen won the 2013 National League Most Valuable Player Award, so he doesn't need much help at the plate. However, he has plenty of options to choose from if he ever wants to change his batting stance.

McCutchen gave his best attempt at mimicking the stances of baseball legends. The Pirates star did a solid job of imitating Derek Jeter, Manny Ramirez, Ken Griffey Jr., Barry Bonds, Albert Pujols and Roberto Clemente.

If McCutchen goes into a slump at any point this season, he needs to break out one of these impressions.

[ESPN, h/t Big League Stew]

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