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Re: yankee game

Posted by: The Hitting Guru () on Sat Oct 7 17:36:59 2006

> When I was watching the Yankee game verse the Tigers on Saturday, when Craig Monroe hit a home run in the 2nd inning, the commentators were talking about Monroe's back foot when he hit the Home Run. They were saying how it came off the ground when he hit it. They were also saying that that was something the Detroit Tigers hitting coaches taught. How do you teach how to get that back foot off the ground?? I have been trying to get this for a long time now. And as I have always said, I think that makes the difference between a good hitter and a great hitter.

For the most part, getting the back foot off the ground is a by product of taking a long stride.


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