Billy Williams gives hitting advice to Cubs players

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Hall of Fame outfielder Billy Williams knows a thing or two about hitting a baseball.

Before the Cubs- Arizona Diamondbacks played on Friday, the former Cubs great gave hitting advice to some of the Cubs players. Williams talked with Cubs coach Manny Ramirez and catcher Miguel Montero about hitting.

The Hall of Famer played 16 seasons with the Cubs and hit 392 home runs. Williams has the second most hits in Cubs history behind Ernie Banks and was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1987.

There’s no indication about who else Williams gave hitting advice to.

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