I've heard this theory floated time and again: that being asked to play different defensive positions can affect a player at the plate (see Velez, E.). I know this is Conventional Baseball Wisdom, but does it have any basis in fact? Does anyone have any data, or even anecdotal evidence that not having a regular position can affect your hitting approach?
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