"I think a lot of bigger and stronger guys in baseball right now are left-handed hitters," Weidemaier said.
"I think there's more research available now that shows not only spray charts, but percentages," Weidemaier said. "There's more people studying that — where balls are hit and whatnot. ... But along with data now, I think you have the ability to advance with certain scouts and guys like that seeing the same thing."