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Posted by: Chuck (jcsherwood8458@sbcglobal.net) on Wed Dec 2 16:38:12 2009

Hi Jack,

In your recent video presentation on THT you illustrate major league hitters and the 100 to 110 degress of bat travel they get by the time their back elbows are down. Do most great hitters have a common starting point in terms of the number of degrees that their bats are angled forward from vertical? Obviously, if you start with the bat tipped farther forward, 110 degrees of travel doesn't get you as far along into the swing. What is a good starting point?



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