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Is there an major league baseball switch hitting rule?


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2007-08-30 03:25:53
2007-08-30 03:25:53

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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