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Re: I Need help: The infield grounders are killing me, literally

Posted by: Paul () on Fri May 13 14:47:01 2011

> Does anyone have ideas on how to stop (or significantly increase the likelihood)that an in-field grounder will not be hit and at the same time be consistent with Jack's teachings here? The in-field grounders are killing me. I haven't thrown a million practice pitches or picked up those million balls for a bunch of damn grounders to the infield. It's killing me!!!

Yes, The hitter may be attempting to apply THT too vigorously and is making his top hand wrist roll at contact. Apply THT with the rolling of your back forearm, rather than pulling back with your hand.


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