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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ted Williams knew about CHP


Posted by: Paul () on Fri Feb 25 14:29:12 2011


> > > > > > I think Williams knew about the circular hand path. I'm not totally
> > > > > > sure he knew about THT and I would not be surprised if he didn't
> > > > >
> > > > > I think a lot of good/great hitters don't realize everything they are doing and that is why their is so much study on this topic and why their is no single, universally recognized authoritative reference.
> > > > >
> > > > > I think that the Science of Hitting is about as close as authoritative as it gets. Art of Hitting .300? Burn it. Mike Schmidt Study? Read it, ignore the "press swing, level swing, disadvantages of the Rotation System (as he calls it), hands start the swing". Mike Epstein talks too much about weight on the back leg and tilting backwards. Steve Ferolli is pretty good.
> > > what about tony gwynn"s the art of hitting?
> >
> > Gwynn talks about what Lau talks about. If you want to hit singles, do what he advocates. If you want to hit hard line drives, do what Williams says. Gwynn hit singles 8/10 times he hit the ball. I would not bother with Gwynn.
> I don"t know...qwynn's got the highest avg. since williams retired (.338) and 3000+ hits. he was doing something right.

What Gwynn believes in and teaches is completely different from what he actually did. Williams generally taught what he did. He recognized that he swung slightly up to contact. Gwynn believes in swinging down.


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