Answer: Gary Sheffield
Gary Sheffield was a 1st round draft pick by the Milwaukee Brewers in 1986. He was drafted out of high school and moved through the farm system quickly, making his MLB debut on September 3rd, 1988. He played his last game on September 30, 2009.
Sheffield was only with the Atlanta Braves for two seasons but he made a big impact in a small amount of time. He was an All-Star in 2003.
In those two seasons, he played a total of 290 games and posted these numbers: .319 batting average, 64 home runs, 216 RBIs, 30 stolen bases, 341 hits, 63 doubles, and 208 runs scored.
You can stop mimicking Sheffield’s notorious batting stance now and get ready to try your luck again tomorrow!