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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
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Ted Williams



IMO, the greatest to ever step on the diamond


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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
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Ken Griffey, Jr.


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lsupride87
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
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And, of course, Captain Ted Williams
His hip rotation and hands are a thing of beauty




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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
Bonds


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Mr. Hangover
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
Tony Gwynn


Tigercowboy
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
Tony Eusebio without a doubt!


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MightyYat
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
Jr will always be the gold standard for swings. However, Wade Boggs from barrel to ball was one of the best too.




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Ted_Stryker
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
YES!! Ted Williams' swing is a joy to watch!

Joe DiMaggio's swing was great too!


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lsupride87
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
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Tony Gwynn

Really? Fantastic contact hitter, but that swing aint pretty, baw







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I never liked Clark’s as much as Bonds and the obvious GOAT by The Kid.


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Ted_Stryker
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
McGwire's too



lsupride87
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
For a righty, I always enjoyed watching Sheffield try to hit the ball as hard as he absolutely could every time


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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
Lots of ppl in here think MLB started in the 1990s.

Rod Carew


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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
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IMO, the greatest to ever step on the diamond


wow, bold.


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Ted_Stryker
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
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Lots of ppl in here think MLB started in the 1990s.



Here you go.



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TheCaterpillar
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
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I'll start and say Ken Griffey, Jr.



Yep

Smooth as butter


lsupride87
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
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Rod Carew
Kindly leave this thread and never come back


This is your sweetest swing? Proof nostalgia is a mind altering drug


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TheCaterpillar
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
This is swing porn:



TheCaterpillar
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
This is also swing porn:

Look how steady that head is



LSUsmartass
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re: Prettiest swing in baseball--past or present
My choice will always be Griffey Jr...but I always thought the Big Hurt had a very underrated swing


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