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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Hands back,then stride VS stride as hands go back

Posted by: John D (John@Dresslar.com) on Sun Nov 20 01:01:56 2005

Going back through my post, I realize I didn't make that clear. Obviously, if the hands are out of position prior to the launch, they have to be moved back to the right position. I worry about hitters who try to emulate Sheffield's hand motion before the pitch, because if they're out of sync with the pitcher, they may not have enough time to return to the launch position to properly initiate the swing. A little pre-launch motion is okay to stay loose.

> Hi John
> I agree that little hand movement is required prior to foot plant for batters who take a stance with the bat in the launch position. But there are a number of good hitters who have the bat-head a good distance from the launch position. These hitters (like Sheffield) must use the correct movement of the hands to sweep the bat-head back to a good launch position before foot plant.
> Jack Mankin


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