Re: Re: Re: pull hitter
I stated, "However, this advice does not always work because many times it is not solely a timing problem." Note the word "solely." Of course timing plays an important role of where the ball is hit. But inefficient transfer mechanics that leave the bat-head dragging behind the hands early in the swing and doesn't really take off until it is sweeping past the pitcher is a major reason for most of those weak pops out over first base and most of their well hit balls are pulled foul.
The average professional hitter exhibits more linear transfer principles in their swing than the best hitters. But most sites do not put out clips of average performers for us to study.
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