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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: rear elbow in the slot drill

Posted by: jerry (perfact11@hotmail.com) on Sat Feb 24 09:00:09 2007

> Tell us what answer is acceptable.
> You've asked the question. You got the answer.
> You asked the question again.
> Do you want the answer or do you want to be told what you want to hear?

I heard the general terms of keep your hands to the inside of the ball and do the fence drill to improve. Well after reading knowledgeable forums I hear all kinds of differing opinions. Some say the fence drill will cause other swing faults and Keeping you hands to the inside of the ball is not easily understood.(especially on the out side pitches).

So again this is not a trick question that I have the answer to but what drill is the best to keep the rear elbow in the slot if that is what stop the hands to cast?

Or which drill is the best so as not to cast the hands?

I don't have a clue. Or is there an ez answer?

again respectfully yours


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