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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: David Eckstein


Posted by: Graylon (g_dunc@hotmail.com) on Sat Jan 26 20:57:09 2008


> > > > > Has anyone noticed how David Eckstein manages to get the barrel to the sweet spot of the ball so consistently. Would you call his swing mechanics rotational or linear or both. Would you consider the way he brings his lead hand straight to the ball Linear? Jack have you had an opportunity to analyze his swing frame by frame like so many others you have done so effectively?
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> > > > I would say he is rotational but makes adjustments to put the ball in play. He also chokes up a bit (which reduces his power) but helps him center the ball better as you pointed out.
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> > > David Eckstein is a linear hitter which works for him. He also doesn't hit many home runs or drive the ball. He hits with his hands.
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> > Mike,
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> > Not to sound like a smart *ss but he hits with the bat. Every good hitter hits with his "hands" by turning the bat around them.
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> > Graylon
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> Graylon. Are you trying to say Eckstein is not a good hitter?

How did you get that from what I said?

Graylon


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