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Wasn't he supposed to get offseason surgery? Eye maybe...? Did he get it done?
No surgery, but special glasses.
He didn't wear the glasses all the time during fall practice, though. I think he's going back and forth as to if he's going to wear them or not.
Switch hitting is the answer to his Jobu-curse.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
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How has switch hitting strengthened his vision in both eyes? I will have to ask my eye doctor if I see him at the gym this weekend. He is very good and, fortunately for him, he is a "realistic" Vile.
I would think it is because you are leading with both your eyes, depending on which side of the plate your'e hitting from. His problem was the Jobu-curve ball from righties. He'll see it much better from the left side.
Your dominate eye doesn't change because he switched to the left side. I'd bet he wears them before season ends. Him hitting a curveball from the left side makes it easier to hit because the ball is coming into him not because of his eye
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