"What happens, invariably, is you start pulling off the ball a little bit," Piniella said. "When you face a right-hander hitting from the right side, it makes you stay closed. I think that will help him get going. Since we can only play him a couple games a week, I think facing a right-hander will do him a lot more than facing a left-hander."
Nady is batting .158 (3-for-19) against lefties this season.