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Re: Re: Outside pitch

Posted by: Matt J. () on Wed Sep 8 17:38:09 2004

> Hi Matt
> The elbow lowers at different rates according to pitch locati0on. Below is a post from the archives that discusses this.

The reason I ask is because I saw a replay of Barry Bonds hit a homerun the opposite way off an outside pitch. He was the only hitter I can recall that kept his elbow at his side even on outside pitches.

Jack, I don't understand your point about how the pull of the bat with the top hand is at different points on the clock. I thought the top hand always pull back at the same place? A hitter can't possibly have enough time to adjust the top hand pull, can he?


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