The key to becoming a consistently above-average, elite player in baseball begins with the very foundation of the game: Fundamentals.
Fundamentals cover a wide variety of individual aspects of hitting, pitching and fielding which often makes the whole package difficult to achieve on a productive and consistent basis, especially throughout a career.
In today's game, fundamentals seem to have been cast aside for frivolous, lazy and even superfluous play. The good news, however, is there are still plenty of players left in the game who are fundamentally sound, and today I want to discuss 15 of them.
Since this slide is only meant to be that long, be sure to mention who you feel is an example of a fundamentally sound player and why below.