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Re: Pitches WAY too fast

Posted by: dougdinger () on Thu Jul 21 00:09:28 2005

> How can one deal with very little reaction time at the plate, as far as THT is concerned? How would this most effectively be applied, while still allowing time to swing the bat in time for a 90 MPH fastball?
> Help PLEASE!!!!

No rocket science here. React earlier!!! Once you've seen a few guys throw heat, you should start getting used to that velocity. Just don't try to be any quicker take the same swing you use on slower pitchers, only react earlier, don't tense up.


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