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Re: Re: Re: shoulder turn leads to bat wrap


Posted by: Torque (roscoethewestie@comcast.net) on Sun Apr 5 19:21:16 2009


> > mike your load seems to be right in line with batspeed mechanics. two things I would
> check are when you turn in to load can you still see the pitcher with both eyes esp check the
> rear eye.and if you get the rear arm much higher then horizontal the bat can wrap around
> your head other wise you should be ok
>
> My high school coach says that i close my self off by turning my shoulders....therefore "flying
> open" the front shoulder. What am i supposed to do now that i know what i have been doing
> is correct?



Flying open is usually timing being off or hitting the outside portion of the ball too much. Work on hitting line drives and ground balls up the middle and this should fix the appearance of flying open. I also fly open if I use a bat that is too light. You might also be really flexible which is great for hitting so your coach might be seeing a lot of core flexibility. You have to be diplomatic and very respectful with your coach so maybe you can suggest you are going to work on hitting the ball hard up the middle. I can't think of many coaches that would argue with this approach to hitting.
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