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Re: Professional experience


Posted by: Jack Mankin (MrBatspeed@aol.com) on Sat Dec 15 13:35:44 2001


>>> Just a question. Can you provide a list of Major League Hitting Coaches you have worked with and any active or retired Professional Hitters? You may have already done this but I am new to your site and was just wondering. <<<

Hi Troy

Welcome to the site. Saat is correct, I have no professional experience. --- In no way do I consider my knowledge of situation hitting, reading pitchers or many other areas of hitting equal to that of professional coaches. But when it comes to having a deeper understanding of batting mechanics and the principles of generating bat speed, I feel comfortable in stating that I (and a few other coaches that post on this site) am more advanced than the professionals.

If you have material from a Major League Hitting Coach or retired Professional Hitter that is superior to the material on this site or can refute the batting principles I teach please feel free to present it.

Jack Mankin


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