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It's crazy how many people just discount the importance of swing mechanics in becoming a good hitter. Before landing in Toronto, Bautista had a horrible swing, which began too late and put too much burden on his shoulders. When he got to Toronto, Cito Gaston and Dwayne Murphy fixed the irregularities in his swing, allowing him to show his true potential as a power hitter.

Surely this is a much more plausible explanation than Bautista deciding to use PED's in a sports climate that is very unfriendly to juicers, while somehow managing to not screw up and get caught even once during his SIXTEEN tests to date. Remember, Bautista was a textbook journeyman before coming to Toronto, and the Jays literally represented his last chance. I find it hard to believe he'd risk throwing that chance away by cheating.

People just need to accept the fact that Bautista is just a naturally strong guy and a very good hitter. Credit the Jays' staff for seeing that potential and fixing his flawed swing.

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This is my spot in line for San Francisco Giants FanFest TWO HOURS before it opens. This is the line for the front gate! And the line stretches behind me at least another mile.

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The giants are too poor and small market to sign both Lincecum and Cain my a$$

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Nothing beats the atmosphere at MarlinsFest.

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I nominate this for Post of the Day

Seconded. I lol'd.

+1. Nice work Lights out.

Man, at least the Rays can fill half a stadium while Miami couldn't fill a section of seats. I fear that they wanted the new stadium badly and finishied early.

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I heard that the Nationals are asking their fans to fill up Nationals Park. They feel that they're tired of Phillie fans not Nationals fans are coming to the ballpark. Even though I'm not a Phillies fan, it is really upseting and might remove much of the revune that the Nats are making. It shows how the Nats are ignorant of not allowing actually much of the revenue that Phillie fans bring. Make sure you read the story and make an opinion about this. http://washington.nationals.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20120203&content_id=26560556&vkey=news_was&c_id=was I like to hear what you say about it.

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On a side note:

The Marlins will be moving their home dugout. At Sun Life Stadium, it was on the 1st base side. At the new ballpark, it will be on the 3rd base side. I don't know what you will do with that, but I'm just letting you know.

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On a side note:

The Marlins will be moving their home dugout. At Sun Life Stadium, it was on the 1st base side. At the new ballpark, it will be on the 3rd base side. I don't know what you will do with that, but I'm just letting you know.

I absolutely hate when teams do that. Come on front office, why a 3rd base side home dugout?

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