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Posted by: mark (wogdoggy@comcast.net) on Fri Aug 26 11:46:53 2005

ROLL AFTER CONTACT We continue to drive the bat head thru the ball. Here the wrists will roll. The top hand finishes its drive or push. The lead wrist rolls to allow the bat head to continue on its same path for a good follow through. At the full extension position, both arms are fully extended, hips are fully open with the hips and the end of the bat facing the pitcher. The wrists are rolled with both thumbnails pointing up. Ideally, the wrists then continue to roll over and we finish with the bat in a position that feels natural. Do not try to pull the hands up into a golf-ish finish - just let it finish naturally.

do you agree with the bathead poining at the pitcher with arms extended?


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