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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Swing plane

Posted by: Jack Mankin (MrBatspeed@aol.com) on Thu Mar 13 23:27:04 2008

>>> Teacherman states, ”with the lead arm up in the swing plane, providing the link to rotating shoulders, from the beginning to the end of the swing, SHOULD be his defintion of bat drag. “

He then presents the clip below and states, “To not use your hands in this fashion at "go" means you love bat drag.” – “The most noticeable are bat drag and pull off. Both of those occur if you swing with a plane like his animation shows. You HAVE to have one or both of those if you swing like that. There are no other options.”

Hi All

You have probably read Teacherman’s post and watched his clip on how the best hitters must use their hands to eliminate drag and pulling off the ball. Well, let us study clips of a couple great hitters and see if they use their hands as his clip demonstrates.

Jason Giambi

Mark Teixeira

Jack Mankin


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