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Re: Re: Barry Bonds as a spokesman for Linier Hitting, ouch!

Posted by: Mike (reyg121@yahoo.com) on Wed Jan 23 18:41:05 2008

> > If there ever was a better spokesman for Linier Hitting then Bonds in this short clip I don’t know who it would be…? He is talking about his keys to hitting, not just power hitting but good hitting….I’m surprised you allowed that link to show up on this site (sort of like revealing the little guy peddling behind the stage)…for the pronouncement on this site that Bonds is a rotational hitter this pretty much burst the bubble…LISTEN TO WHAT HE IS SAYING…I think he has a pretty good idea about what he’s talking about…and I don’t want to hear the , “He says this, but he does something else…!” These are HIS mental pictures and the phases he used to be the most dominate hitter EVER!!!!
> >
> > http://mlb.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/mlb/video/twib/index.jsp
> > go to "Pitch Hit and Run" with J. Finch

Look Bonds is the poster child of this site because he is the most rotational hitter of my time as well as griffey and many others. His hands aren't going straight to ball the ball period. And yes you may think you do one thing and do another. Some of the best hitters alive do not know what they do. If they did they would never go into slumps.


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This is known as hitting for the cycle in a game?
   Single, double, triple, homerun
   Four singles
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