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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Linear hitters?

Posted by: Jimmy () on Fri Feb 16 13:55:35 2007

> Doesn't it ever make people wonder why it so hard to pick out a linear hitter. Duh,
because there aren't many. The hitters you remember are the big boys who hit rotational
(sorry jimmy I had to call it something).
> steve


Do you believe that there are no linear qualities that Major League hitters (every one of
them) try to achieve? If so than I am sorry that nobody has explained the swing in better
detail for you.

And if you need to call a good swing anything, call it "efficient". Efficient with strength,
adjustability, swing-path, power, control, strike-zone discipline, and of course contact
consistency. "Rotational" is a misleading term in baseball and indeed leads to confusion.
The proof I have of that confussion is the 7 or 8 years of posts on this site trying to
explain it.



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