"the natural instinct of a struggling player is to swing at the first good pitch he sees, but it's precisely in the event of a slump that a player needs to be reminded to keep his approach at the plate intact. In Jimenez's case, he responded to his struggles by transforming into a hacker, making his problems worse and turning him into a liability at the top of the lineup"
Based on the few ABs I saw last night, DJ has got his patient approach back. Not sure how much Robson has worked with him so far, or if the "D'Angelo the hacker" will resurface in Cincy
Never overlook the obvious