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By: Java



Looking from the pitchers point of view. His back foot is behind the play of course but is much closer to the inside part of he box than most. And he steps into pitches. If they throw at him it's because the book says he can't handle the inside pitch. The way he steps into pitches. The way he totally loads up and is therefore backside heavy and the back foot being soooo far out toward the plate in that regard all adds up to a lot of hbp. That's not the league. That's Justin
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