[ About ]
[ Batspeed Research ]
[ Swing Mechanics ]
[ Truisms and Fallacies ]
[ Discussion Board ]
[ Video ]
[ Other Resources ]
[ Contact Us ]
Re: Here's what kind of man Jack Mankin really is


Posted by: mark (wogdoggy@comcast.net) on Fri Jul 31 08:56:57 2009


> I recently put up a short post about some swing problms my son had this season after being out a few games with a bad case of flu. About a year ago, I had a video analysis of his swing done by Mr. Mankin. The video we got back was thorough & very professionally done & we were very happy with it.
> Fast forward a year. A couple of days after I posted my son's recent problem, I'm sitting at home in NH around 3:30 EST. The phone rings & it's Jack Mankin. Get this; he called me clear out of the blue to express concern about my son's problem & to relate to me a similar incident his boy experienced some time ago. This was completely unsolicited & a total shock. All I can say is this; Jack Mankin is a fellow who cares a whole hell of a lot about the game of baseball & the kids who play it. He is in this because he genuinely cares. He has impressed me immensely & anyone who wants to learn the truth about this game should pay attention to his every word. End of story.
> Ernie


great story...baseball is a fantastic game ,,and guys like jack make it that way..


Followups:

Post a followup:
Name:
E-mail:
Subject:
Text:

Anti-Spambot Question:
This song is traditionally sung during the 7th inning stretch?
   All My Roudy Friends
   Take Me Out to the Ballgame
   I Wish I was in Dixie
   Hail to the Chief

   
[   SiteMap   ]