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Posted by: Jimmy () on Sun Jan 14 19:38:45 2007

> I stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night.
> My posts are very clear with respect to preswing activity. I offered clips of Bonds
showing much preswing....Granderson showing a little and Tucker showing little to none.
I could offer you Molitor if you want to see none.....zero....nada.
> They each have their reason for doing what they do in the preswing. If they could hit
better using the other plan, they would.
> I'm not going to tell you which to use. I will say that at "go" it's an immediate launch
and spend....realizing that "go" is the beginning for some and in the middle of the
preswing for others.
> when you look at my series of posts and conclude or suggest that I encourage or teach a
pause or a stop midswing, then I feel comfortable questioning your motive.
> I very much agree with your last paragraph. And, I also believe that the point you make
is highly misunderstood by most.


Fair enough, sometimes terminology can get in the way of communication. We possibly
were trying to prove the same thing only with different words. As long as the hitter is
ready to hit, doesn't get beat with pitch velocity, and has the ability to shut his swing
down to take a pitch, we are in agreement.

Just curious, what type of motives would you question?

Oh, and I live at a Holiday Inn.



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