Found February 18, 2012 on Seattle Times:
Seems like we can never get enough of Jesus Montero taking batting practice. Watch him in footage from earlier today, spliced together from multiple rounds of batting practice, as he attempts to go the opposite way to right field. As we know, Safeco Field can be murder on rght-handed hitters. It won't kill Montero to go the other way every now and then.
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