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Re: Re: Re: M.L. PITCH RECOGNITION;


Posted by: RQL () on Fri Sep 8 15:15:39 2000


.....MAY SEE ANOTHER HITTER LIKE WILLIAMS AGAIN WHO DID GREAT THINGS FOR AN ENTIRE CAREER ......
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> > RQL do you know how to train hitters to recognize different pitches. If so I could use some help. Do you know anyone who can teach pitch recognititon?
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> I believe I heard Williams employed a "guessing" strategy--at least until he got 2-strikes. WILLIAMS DID GUESS ALOT ,HE OFTEN GUESSED SLIDER SINCE HE GOT SO MANY AND HE FELT HE COULD ADJUST FAST OR CURVE FROM THERE.HE HAD GREAT EYESIGHT THOUGH TO PICKUP THE BALL EARLIER OUT OF THE HAND WHICH LED TO HIS CONSISTENT DECISIONS.BOGGS ON THE OTHER HAND LOOKED FOR PITCHES HE COULD HIT IN CERTAIN AREAS OF THE FIELD, THEN READ SPIN TO SEE WHAT MOVEMENT IT WOULD HAVE.GREAT VISION AND EARLY RECOGNITION WAS COMMON TO BOTH HITTERS.


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