MLB players are doing whatever they can to keep in shape during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as training facilities are closed, as well as gyms and performance centers.
Some guys are going old-school, taking to youth baseball diamonds or high schools, to stand at the dish and hit some balls. Others are even flocking to batting cages or the like to get some extra swings.
As for Cubs slugger Willson Contreras, well, he used an orthodox method to keep his swing fresh and fluid. Him and his brother, William, used a nerf gun to “pitch” to each other, while they attempted to swing and make solid contact.
That’s one way to keep in shape.