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Re: Re: The Perfect Mechanics

Posted by: Joe A. () on Thu Oct 4 05:44:38 2001

The mechanics Jack teaches on this website (and I just found this website two days ago), are the same mechanics I have been teaching my young students for three years now. I have found this mechanical theory is the most logical hitting process around. Being that I played professional ball for 6 years, I've definitely heard about hitting "palm up/palm down". Perhaps you can be more specific about your problem..?? I'm sure there is a drill I can tell you about to fix your problems.
> Ruben


Where else would the top hand be facing, if not up?

Joe A.


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This is known as hitting for the cycle in a game?
   Single, double, triple, homerun
   Four singles
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