Yes. Most right handed batters who switch to the left side usually move to the left to slap. In softball, slappers move from the back of the box towards the pitcher and attempt to soft slap (hit it softly between the pitcher and 3rd Baseman) and try to beat it out, or hard slap through the infield. On a soft slap, it is thought that by moving "running" through your hit and being closer to 1st base on the left side, faster batters will beat more hits out. On a hard slap, it is the batters hope that the infield has moved in a little too close expecting a soft slap, and it will be easier to hit it by them.
You can move to the other side of the plate during an at bat IF you ask for time out from the umpire AND time out is granted.
Yes they can no matter the pitch count.
there is nothing wrong with switching left to right or right to left as long as he or she does not do it when the pitcher is in her motion
No they have not
After the batting team gets three outs
Batters in MLB are allowed to bat from either side of the plate. They are also allowed to switch sides during an at bat as long as they do so before the pitcher has taken his stance on the pitching rubber.
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