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Re: hitting the ball where it is pitched

Posted by: The Hitting Guru () on Fri Jun 9 20:54:22 2006

> my coaches always tell me to "hit the ball where it is pitched" meaning pull an inside pitch and go opposite on an outside pitch. i have a habit of trying to pull everything, even outside pitches and that makes for an easy grounder. any suggestions or tips?


For the most part, you should think about making a positive aggressive move right back at the pitcher (Lau). The inside pitch will (should) take care of itself. For the pitch outside, you have to wait an instant later in order to maximize you power that way. The key is to wait and then fire your bat through the zone.


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