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


Posted by: Chris O'Leary (chris@chrisoleary.com) on Fri Mar 2 11:40:46 2007


"I'd be interested to hear what Dr. Marshall would say about the relationship of 'directional' vs. 'rotational' components of pitching mechanics."

Marshall is completely directional/linear when it comes to pitching.

I'm still on the fence when it comes to that. Right now Greg Maddux is my reference model for good pitching mechanics when it comes to teaching and scouting.

I do think that, theoretically speaking, linear may have more relevance to pitching than to hitting.

I don't think linear concepts have any relevance to a high level swing.


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