“I think it shows you how driven he is, wanting to finish strong and not cashing in and not sitting on numbers, really trying to have the best year that he can possibly have,” Hyde said. “I think the way he’s swinging the bat right now, you’re not going to do that for a full season, but he’s getting the ball in the air so much more now. When he gets the ball in the air, good things happen. That’s why you’re seeing the homers and the line drives into right-center and down the right field line last night, a couple pull homers in Detroit, where he stays behind the ball and gets the ball up. It’s loud, and it’s usually in the seats."