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Re: Re: Re: Re: Top hand torque

Posted by: Mack () on Tue Nov 2 06:51:31 2004

Daryl, what are you ranked in Baseball America's top 350 '05grads?
> > > First of all I dont believe you unless you are playing little league competition because I have played with kids who are going to get full rides to D1 schools and none can even do that against top notch competition. I was just at the WWBA World Championships in Fort Myers and saw Justin Upton play a couple of times along with all the other top players who are expected to go in the top 3 rounds this year. None have hit 4 home runs in a game and the only one I know who has hit three in a game is Cameron Maybin, the projected #2 pick in the 2005 draft. I'm interested in finding out who you play for and who you are.
> >
> > Dave I don't know who you are, I don't care who you are and I don't care if you don't don't know who I am. I only care if the recruiters know who I am. The purpose of my post was not to brag about my performance, talent and credentials. The purpose of my post was to thank Jack. Thank you Jack.
> How did you suddenly become a better hitter overnight with rotationaly mechanics? It takes years for some to fully master it. I still don't believe your story, you went from being a potential walk on at a JC to a big time D1 recruit overnight? PLEASE!

Dave, I sense a note of jealousy in your comments. I have heard many success stories of hitters who caught on to Jack;s principles immediately. Just because it took YOU years doesn't mean others can not vatch on quicker. Rather than being jealous of someone else's success, perhaps you should examine your own approach and why you have apparently been struggling. Maybe you should get some one-on-one help from someone who knows Jack's philosophy. If it has taken you years, obviously you have been missing something.


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