Own the at-bat.

The numbers don’t lie.

Statistically, the deeper in the count you go, the tougher it is to win the at-bat, especially against elite pitching.

This doesn’t mean you become afraid to hit in deep waters. A good two-strike approach is everything.

More importantly - being selectively aggressive is step one to getting a good pitch to hit, but there’s a big difference between protecting the plate with 0-2 and foaming at the mouth in a 2-0 situation.

Bottom line, good hitters don’t miss good pitches to hit early in the count.

If the pitcher makes a mistake, make em pay.

Own the at-bat to win the at-bat.

Believe it.

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