So hips and shoulders, regardless of linear or rotations, will
Behave/look/operate the same way? If both are rotating around a stationary axis regardless of hand path, shouldn't they both(hips and shoulders) look the same?
If so, very hard to tell who in MLB is using linear vs. rotational. Majority seem to be using rotational mechanics..then again, the linear hand path starting motion may be so slight and their speed so fast that I can't tell the difference. I figured linear mechanics would really shove that knob to the belly button to front hip area more than I've seen from MLB players.
Does the barrel head drop more for rotational hitters vs. linear hitters?
KML (Little League coach)
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