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Re: A-Rod & The Swing Plane ‘cont”


Posted by: Jack Mankin (MrBatspeed@aol.com) on Thu Aug 23 00:00:21 2007


Hi All

This is a continuation of the “A-Rod & The Swing Plane” thread below. We were running off the page, so I am starting it as a new thread.

(Shawn)
>>> Jack,

Stop dodging the issues!!

Your making no sense and pulling things out of thin air.

Torque is not the cause of batspeed. I bet I could go out and swing the bat with just my lead arm and generate a good deal batspeed (close to as using two hands).

Batspeed is generated through "momentum" transfer. It the whip affect, I know you don't understand the whip.

What the heck do you mean the bat travels through 200 degrees, look at the clip the bat travels the "same" distance the shoulders rotate.

Stop denying video just to support your theory, you sound as bad as the second engine guys. Just making stuff up. <<<

Hi Shawn

I must say that I am as flabbergasted by the tone of your post as the need for us to draw this out for you. Regardless, here is a clip showing the comparison of Bonds’ “bat to shoulder” rotation.

Bonds shoulder/bat rotation

Note: We are running off the page on this thread. I will start it as a new thread at the top.

Jack Mankin


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