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    Dizzy Dean Pitching

    Dizzy Dean pitching

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    Outside Pitches

    Outside pitches from Loren



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    Elbow and Batter

    Different swing positions for different pitches:
    Thanks to Chris O'Leary

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    Ball position per pitch location

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    Misc. Hitters

    I think every one knows who theese guys are. The ones of Albert are in his rookie year, the Hafner ones are from last year. And Soriano is obviously last year.
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    Derek Lee Loading

    Derek Lee loading
    Great sequence of Soriano in a word doc, because you can only put 5 pictures
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    Carlos Lee

    Here are some more word docs that I have. They're good, so check them out.
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  8. Slow Motion clip from YouTube

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBXbxQH78xY

    Perrty remarkable video of some guy i found on youtube. I would really like to know where i could get that type of camera and for how much. I think a tool like that could have endless possibilities for baseball players of all ages as you can really digest the swing.
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  9. Hitting the ball below your hands?

    Thanks for the help about the camera. I will be saveing up and looking for a cheap one that i could afford.
    Are you suppose to hit the ball below you hands?
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    CLIPS, PICS AND SITES

    JUST A REMINDER

    We are keeping the discussion on this thread to a minimum. If you have a question I will leave for a few days then nuke. If you do not get the answer you need let me know and we'll figure it out..

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    So far so good....
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    Thrower's Ten...

    10 excersices for the health of the arm and shoulders.

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    Here's a link to my favorite clip of Bonds swinging with Tony Gwynn narrating:

    http://www.usatoday.com/sports/gallery/bonds/flash.htm

    Here's another to a site that has tons of info on baseball:

    http://www.qcbaseball.com/sitemap.html

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    Great slow-mo vid of Bonds:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_vAMPXOyRE
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    More of a newer player, but I have some footage I took yesterday of Dice K that I actually posted in the Sox forum..

    Notice how he does a little "wiggle" before he pitches... Of course he does not do this while pitching from the stretch with runners on.. A very delayed pitch indeed... he is an extremely slow worker..


    Anyway, here is the link to the video:
    Dice K
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    Hiddengem

    HG giving batting instruction. Good Stuff.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=BZO08VboXA8
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    From Chris:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake Patterson View Post
    Is this it??
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    so you're supposed to have a slight upswing right?

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    Nyman's Skeleton

    3-0 See the following and posts #'2 20, 27 and 28

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    Bonds 756

    Here's a clip of Bonds' 756 HR - Thanks to J Booth who posted in another thread.
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    There's something about his swing..... It's not the most conventional, but I like upton's swing....... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ET37nuH7hgw

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    Some pretty good videos I found on youtube of young prospects/ rising stars
    the worlds ugliest pro swing.... Hunter Pence
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMBnZXZUjsU
    Ryan Braun
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKpt_pI7eRA
    Time Lincecum
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XZYYkOP6_o
    Terry Evans
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ic-Xzi_RDCA
    Delwynn Young (bp swings)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ba61tLjIu0Q
    Alex Gordon
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdPsEtYUQwk
    Ubaldo Jimenez
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3617hX-avs
    James Loney (not the best video, but it gets the job done =-))
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1a2EtK0p4M

    Some of theese guys will be familiar if you watched the futures game =-)
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    Circular Hand Path

    Overhead view of Pete Rose's circular hand path.



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    Ankiel......
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