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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: manny

Posted by: Jack Mankin (MrBatspeed@aol.com) on Fri Oct 26 15:56:42 2001

>>> Hi Shawn:
Good point. Pitchers try to mess up hitting mechanics.

Manny never really recovered his mechanics, though he was a bit better by the end of the season.
Not that the RedSox management has a clue about what they are doing, but Manny never really came out of his slump and Rick Down, the hitting coach, was fired at the end of the year.
I can only assume they felt he wasn't getting the job done. Then they offered the job to Walt Hriniak (!@#@#%*@&#$^) who, fortunately for RedSox nation, turned it down. <<<

Hi Major Dan & Shawn

You both made good points, especially regarding Walt Hriniak. His influence could only be damaging to hitters with mechanics like Mannysí. I have often wondered how Michael Jordan might have faired if he had been instructed in good rotational mechanics.

Jack Mankin


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