A bunt can be a great strategy in a game of softball whenever a hitter decides to try and make a ball more difficult to field. And like all moves in sports, players can pull this off with a little more flair.
To bunt a ball, a player doesn’t have to swing the bat, but just needs to hit the ball with a slight tap. A fairly easy task to do for experienced ball players. But for softball player Sarah Rowles, it’s a bit too easy.
During a softball game, the Pennsylvania high schooler was about to hit at bat when instead of swinging, she decided to bunt the ball by moving the bat behind her back in one sweet motion.
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