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Re: Re: riseball


Posted by: scotty mac (mccroryjs@adelphia.net) on Thu Oct 22 06:46:26 2009


> >>> what is your opion that a fastpitch hitter can not hit a riseball with a rotational swing <<<
>
> I would say that I have a good number of clips of rotational fastpitch hitters driving riseballs out of the park. - Let us approach the statement from a different perspective. - A fastpitch pitcher releases the ball about 25 inch above the ground. A submarine baseball pitcher releases the ball at about 10 inches. - Would it sound reasonable to say a rotational baseball hitter can not hit a submarine pitch at the letters?

is this the response you give to the parents i am not sure this will convence them. do you have a better analogy i can use i know the top travel ball 18 gold teams in so cal are rotational but most of the rec ball teams in the county and some high school teams coaches throw this at me all of the time
>
> Jack Mankin


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