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Re: Re: Re: What?

Posted by: KSTEVENS () on Fri Mar 26 08:33:38 2004

"But what about individuals who like to pull every pitch?"

There is a difference between a hitter who has more power to left field (right handed hitter) and a hitter who "trys to pull every pitch." You said to ask questions regarding your theory so here goes:

-Once again...How is a hitter going to consistently hit an outside pitch if he is looking to pull the ball? On any given day you can watch a professional game and see a player hit a weak grounder because they tried to pull an outside pitch. His bat path would be on the outside part of the ball on every swing if this was his mentality.

-How is a hitter going to consitently hit a breaking ball if he is looking to pull every pitch?


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