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Re: Dog-legging the bat

Posted by: jerry (220 hitter) on Mon Apr 27 10:19:50 2009

hello dave i do know what you mean when you say you are doglegging the bat. Could you be lunging foward towards the pitcher and pushing your arms and hands foward as you stride or swing ? Because this would force both arms to far fowards towards the pitcher, and your arms would lose connection to your body at contact, the closer the back elbow is to the body the lighter the bat will feel and able to control. If you use proper rotational mechanics you should be able to acomplish this.try going in front of a mirror and just turn the body and stop at imaginary contact ,dont use much arm power check your postion at contact in the mirror notice your shoulders tilt and the bat tilt and the bat should be an extension of your lead arm palm s up and down try to look like the swing mechanics batter does at contact on this web site


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