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Re: Re: head movement

Posted by: nick cafaro (nickcafaro@earthlink.net) on Mon Feb 4 18:00:46 2008

The fact is the longer you can track the ball to the bat the greater the probability of making contact with the pitch. The good hitter's head goes down with the swing of the bat as the ball enters the contact zone. Those who can not discipline the eyes to go down with the swing will never be successful in hitting any pitch that moves or breaks after the 15 foot you reference in your email. There are multiple pictures of hitters like Boggs and Ichiro who look as though they actually see the contact of the bat and the pitch.


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