Re: batspeed in MPH
I saw in a video By Ray Demartini, Ray measuring bat speed before and after impact of a ball. Ray would hit 93Mph before impact, 43MPH after impact, while a differnet hitter, I believe it was Larry Carter who was more of a power hitter, would hit 93MPH before and 68MPH after. It was a great example of the importance of not losing MPH after impact. Of course you need to have batspeed before you can lose any and 73mph is great, and it sounds like your son is hitting a ton. Maintaining the batspeed through the ball should not be overlooked.
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