Ronald Torreyes hit a single even though he wasn't holding the bat when it hit the ball
When you're hot, you're hot. So, when
Luck was certainly in his favor as the ball hit the bat and landed in left field for a single.
It turns out that Torreyes has workshopped this strategy in games before. Last season, he threw his bat at a pitch from Mariners closer
This is a clear example proving that practice makes perfect. Last year, the thrown bat swing was only good enough to foul a ball off. This year, it's good enough to get a base hit. Who knows what more lies in store for this swing.