Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Keepin' it simple for Joe A
seems like a lot of the previous thread just disappeared. Perhaps for the better.
> > > > > > However, I'd like to respond to Joe's last statement about keeping the hands in on the swing.
> > > > > > Joe - please define this for me. I've asked 10 people and gotten 10 different answers.
> > > > > > What does it mean?
> > > > >
> > > > > What about my question: name one big leaguer who specifically endorses "top hand tork"?
> > > >
> > > > Joe A-
> > > > probably no MLB players use the term. That is Jack's terminology. However you can see from video clips that many do it. I doubt if any of those players have ever been asked about it.
> > > > How about answering my question now?
> > >
> > > Oviouly you want to evade the question by dismising it as terminology. Ok, lets talk about the spacifics like pulling the nob to the cacher and all that other stuff.What big leaguer talks about that, huh? Huh?
> > None of them Joe. That's terminology from here. Point made. I'd love to ask these guys what they do think about and how they describe what they do.
> > What about my question?
> Good were making progress.Now that you aknologe that big leaguers dont relate to your concepts (forget terminology thats not important) but Im sure you will agree that big leaguers DO talk about things you violently disagree with, for example, taking nob to the ball, fence drill, throing hands.Now if big leaguers practice these concepts you disagree with, and big leaguers do not practice the concepts you promote, shouldnt that tell you something? Huh, huh?
What does 'staying in side the ball' mean? Thats something the pros talk about too.
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