WATCH: "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Batter" isn't a bad nickname for this stance a Little Leaguer used at the LLWS over the weekend. Even funnier? Indians Slugger Yasiel Puig using it in an MLB game haha check it out!
VIA CBS Sports: A cherished aspect of baseball's ethos is to learn how far one can operate outside of the accepted norm without being punished and to then operate even a bit further outside than that. To wit, Venezuelan Little League player Deivis Ordoñez showcased on Saturday an unusual, elbows-to-knees batting stance intended to provide the opposing pitcher with a New-York-apartment-sized strike zone. This being baseball, you knew it was only a matter of time before a big-league player paid homage to Ordoñez's genius. As it turned out, it took less than 24 hours.
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