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Mac strikes out just as much as sammy and hits for a lower average (NT)


Posted by: Bill () on Thu Aug 3 13:07:02 2000


With what I saw in the MECHANICS of the swing at this sight- they are pertraying Sammy Sosa. Although he is a great homerun hitter, he strikes out way too much for a ball team to handle. I believe this is because of his path from launch to contact. This path seems to be way too loopey, making it harder to hit a ball because it is not on the path of the ball for a long period of time. Now Mark McGwire and Ken Griffey Jr. hit homeruns but also make more contact than Sammy. Again I believe this is because their swing "Path" is some what more level.
> DOES ANYONE ELSE AGREE WITH THIS? I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR YOUR POINT OF VIEW.


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

   
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