To learn to be a switch hitter the most important thing, is being able to hit effectivley from the side that you're used to first. Which means if you bat left, make sure you can hit for a good average left, before trying anything from the right side of the plate. Second, I myself am a switch hitter. The biggest thing that helped me in the beginning was watching games and watching the way the pros who bat left handed swung the bat. From there I just did what they did, and eventually you fall into you're own style. But if you're batting Swich make sure however you bat it's comfrable for you.
Switch Hitter was created on 2005-01-16.
Mickey mantle is the greatest switch hitter to ever live
Switch - 1975 Switch-Hitter 2-10 was released on: USA: 7 December 1976
Which switch hitter has the most hits
A switch hitter is someone in baseball who can swing the bat both ways either with their left or right hand.
No.. Babe Ruth was a left handed hitter
No, he was a righthanded batter.
A batter that can hit right handed and left handed is called a switch hitter.
As a youth, Mickey Mantle was a natural right handed baseball player. His father began teaching Mantle the game of baseball at an early age. By the time he was in third grade, his father had taught him to hit as a lefty. From that point on Mantle was a switch hitter, meaning he could bat from either side of home plate.
As of the 2014 season, the Arizona Diamondbacks have 1 switch hitter.
No. Willie Mays played his entire career as a right handed hitter.
No, Frank was a right handed hitter.