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Re: Batting cage vs. live hitting


Posted by: Frank Fernandez (Fuche@Bellsouth.net) on Fri Apr 20 10:08:41 2001


The best thing you should do is try to find yourself someone who can pitch to you BP. Many factors can be the source of you not hitting: 1. real pitchers don't throw in the same spot every time forcing you to move your eyes, while the pitching machine is consistent. 2. Probably you start hitting well in the cages after a few minutes, in that case you may need a few swings prior to the game. The list of possible variables can go on for days, but if you find yourself some one that can do you the favor take advantage, because in the game is when it counts.


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