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Re: A Simple Question for Jack

Posted by: Jack Mankin (MrBatspeed@aol.com) on Sat Jan 14 16:01:41 2006

>>> I will ask a question that requires nothing more than a yes on no. Here are your scenarios, and, in both cases, we are assuming that the pitch is middle-in:

A) The "L" in the back leg changes when one hits a low pitch vs. a high pitch.

B) The "L" in the back leg stays the same, irrepective of whether on hits a low pitch or a high pitch.

I am not saying that I will agree or disagree with you. I just want your input on this matter. <<<


It is obvious from the number of post you write on this topic, that the role of the back-leg is of major importance in your swing analysis. But as you can tell from reading my reply to Dougdinger below, I pay little attention to the back-leg’s role. Therefore, I am not a good choice for your question.

Jack Mankin


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