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By Wayne Stewart, Michael Kramer, McGraw-Hill Education

Hitting secrets and techniques of the professionals is the 1st booklet of its style to procedure the paintings of hitting from an anecdotal standpoint, supplying willing perception and guideline via particular interviews and historic study. Nomar Garciaparra, Ken Griffey Jr., Mark McGwire, Stan Musial, and Cal Ripken are just some of the big-league batters who percentage their knowledge with aspiring sluggers, instructing readers approximately kinds and methods, slumps and streaks, and every little thing they should achieve a aggressive aspect on the plate.

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Carew’s ideal grip was a loose one; he held the bat where the palm ends and the fingers begin, with the knuckles of the first joint of his hands lined up with each other. He also believed a short stride of no more than half a foot was perfect for him. His back foot was always deep in the box, on the chalk line—almost out of the box. Experts realize that it’s not where the bat starts prior to the hitter’s cut, it’s what position the bat is in as it comes forward. Good hitters have the bat in a ready, cocked position as their front foot touches the ground, starting their actual swing.

25 pitches each time he hit. He admitted he had no plan of attack. By way of contrast, a veteran hitter like Robbie Alomar has long known how vital it is to look over pitchers’ offerings. By early May of Hillenbrand’s sophomore season he began to realize he needed to work on his patience and it paid off well. He drew his seventh walk of the year nearly three months earlier than he had just one year before. ” Opposing managers candidly revealed they had told their pitchers to go at him by not throwing strikes.

Willie Upshaw, a solid hitter during his ten-year career, feels that many young players, such as those just out of high school, must master certain concepts and skills if they are to make it as professional hitters. They have to “learn how to get behind the ball and stay closed. From there it’s learning how to use your hands. ” After all that, it’s just a matter of a young hitter “catching up to the speed of the game” since there is no doubt that the game played at the big-league level is vastly different than what he has experienced before.

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