I agree there is a slight uppercut but at the pont of contact, but he is more level than what we see from a lot of hitters and stays through the ball. Same goes for Pujols, Sheffield, Beltran and a number of others.
There is a distinct difference in their bat angle at contact and just after, compared to say, David Wright, who rarely gets optimal backspin. Wright often gets extreme topspin when he pulls the ball.
That is what I see. If you don't see it, then no worries.
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