This one goes back to 2015, but let’s face it, this is a must watch.
The batters name is Renaud Lefort and he plays for the Montreal Les 4 Chevaliers. Watch as the right-handed batter stands in the left-handed batter’s box and then somehow manages to hit a backwards home run.
This has to be the craziest home run swing in the history of baseball or softball.
Section 313, Seat No. 17: Detroit Tigers 2018 offseason blueprint part 1
Now that Justin Verlander is a World Series Champion, we can shift our focus away from our romanticism with a beloved player back to the team we will actually be rooting for next season. The Tigers 2018 season is not going to be the prettiest baseball, not like the expected championship runs of the last decade. But, if we understand that the team will not be what we’ve become accustomed to, and “trust the process,” it can pay off in the long run.
The goal of the 2018 season for the Tigers is simply this: save money by suffering through a season of a couple inflated contracts and get your younger players the most experience possible.
In order to achieve this goal, there are certain off-season moves the Tigers should make. We’ll handle them in four sections: cuts to be made, free agents to sign, trades to make, and projecting the 25-man roster. Each section will be released on subsequent Fridays for the next four weeks.
We’ll start with the cuts.
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