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Re: Re: Re: Can't keep both hands on the bat


Posted by: George () on Mon May 7 19:03:33 2007


> I would say concentrate on waiting on the pitch longer. If you are a little too early it's hard to keep both hands on the bat. Also really concentrate on turning your back shoulder. What I mean is getting complete shoulder rotation throughout your follow through. Almost to the point where the back shoulder is closer to the pitcher then the lead shoulder.



Chad and Dave. Thanks for the input. I was early with the swing and applied the more extreme inward knee turn in unison with turning the right shoulder toward the second baseman (I bat lefty). It worked and I was able to keep both hands on the bat with my followthrough on Saturday. Had it not have been for a stiff wind I may have had a homerun.


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