Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Has Ryan Howard changed his stance?

Ryan Howard appears to be backing off the plate a bit during his current hot stretch.

Has Ryan Howard changed his stance?

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Has Ryan Howard changed his stance? (AP Photo/H. Rumph Jr)
Has Ryan Howard changed his stance? (AP Photo/H. Rumph Jr)

Ryan Howard singled in his first at bat against Matt Harvey, to continue his recent hot play.

An observation: the first baseman seems to be backing off the plate a little bit more than he was earlier in the season.

Here's an image from Howard's first at bat against Jeremy Hefner at Citizens Bank Park on April 10:

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And here's an image from his first at bat against Hefner on Friday, also at Citizens Bank Park:

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