Discussing switch-hitting with a Hall of Famer

A switch-hitter for the Orioles for 13 seasons, Hall of Famer Eddie Murray actually didn't start switch-hitting until the year before he was a rookie in the Major Leagues. By the end of his career, he retired with 3,255 hits and 504 home runs.

Matt Wieters was the O's first-round pick in the 2007 MLB Draft and has been switch-hitting since he was five years old. He is currently developing his swing from both sides of the plate as a big league player.

Watch the video below as both Matt and Eddie talked with Amber about their shared skill at the plate.