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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Are pitchers "rotational", "linear", or both?

Posted by: Alex (alexdsr@hotmail.com) on Thu Mar 1 15:33:44 2007

> "Our biggest surprise came with the revelation that the larger percentage of total velocity comes from a pitcher's rotational momentum (hips and shoulders) and not his directional momentum (legs)!"
> I think Tom House has gotten a lot of things wrong. For example, I think he's completely wrong about Mark Prior having perfect mechanics.
> However, I think he's correct about this.

I would agree with you, but like hitting requires good mechanics.

You would probably find that Dick Mills (former Boston Red Sox pitcher) would agree with you as well. (www.pitching.com)


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