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Re: Re: Stride and Hitch

Posted by: Higgins (alexcarlfue@bellsouth.net) on Sun Jan 16 10:46:38 2011

The stride is a habit that began when in the early days of baseball the pitcher threw so the batter could hit. In modern baseball, the
pitcher's objective is to keep the batter out of sync. If the batter has a one stride fits all pitches approach, he will be lucky quite
few times. I prefer the no stride "a la Pujols" o a pre-stride in sync with the pitcher load. A stride during the trajectory of the ball,
will make you open up early o late according to the sync between you and the pitcher. Feel confortable, and keep a solid base that allows
a strong torque.


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