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Re: Re: Re: The Sweet Spot


Posted by: SteveT () on Fri Mar 17 17:05:01 2000


It is extremely difficult to become a McGwire, Griffey, or Sosa. The goal is to work with what you have. You're right, if you're a Pat Burrell type of hitter, by all means crush the ball, but if you're a let's say Bret Boone you are wasting your time.
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That's baloney (no offense.) The common belief is that little guys can't hit for power. I'm here to tell ya, it's NOT true. Good mechanics and proper training can make a pretty good power hitter out of some very questionable material. I've seen it!! (one kid I trained weighed 140 lbs. but developed the ability to hit 400+ shots routinely.) It's ALL about batspeed.


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