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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pitching vs Hitting Mechanics cont.


Posted by: Graylon (g_dunc@hotmail.com) on Thu Dec 20 12:35:00 2007


> Does the lightness of the back foot coming off the ground have to do with inside/outside locating? I'd suppose that the back foot rising has to do with the same thing as it does in hitting i.e. locating the bat inside/outside. When pitching a high foot has to do with locating a ball on your glove side of the plate, right?

On an outside pitch there will be more weight on the rear foot versus an inside pitch at contact.

I don't fully understand the pitching question, but I think in and out pitches are different because of how you sit up on the rubber.

Graylon


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