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Re: Question for Jack Mankin--Degree of Hip Rotation on the Low Inside Pitch

Posted by: Jack Mankin (Batspeed@verizon.net) on Tue May 6 13:31:26 2014

>>> On a low inside fastball, do you think a hitter should rotate his hips 1) 90 degrees (or
more) or 2) around 70 degrees. A response will be deeply appreciated. >>>


Normally the hips would fully rotate on a low-inside pitch. However, if the batter was hitting behind a runner, they may rotate closer to the 70 degree mark.

Jack Mankin


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