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    If any lurkers are wondering whether the ideas about hitting discussed on this web site -- which sometimes fall under the umbrella of "Rotational Hitting" and are more generally known as The Major League Swing -- work or not, I can give you an emphatic answer.

    Yes they do!

    I have been teaching my sons and others about The Major League Swing here in St. Louis, and people I have worked with have seen great results. Twice in the past week I have had people call me and tell me that they or their sons have seen their power numbers go way up. Where before they would hit 5 home runs in BP for the entire season, they now hit 5 home runs in each BP session.

    Just a few of the instructors on this site, LISTED IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER, that I have learned from include...

    - Mark H and Steve Englishbey
    - JBooth
    - LClifton
    - BoardMember
    - Ursa Major
    - ssarge
    - Jake

    ...and others.

    If you are on the bubble, I suggest it's time to commit to these ideas.

    They work.
    Last edited by Chris O'Leary; 04-01-2008, 08:28 PM.
    Hitting Coordinator for Harris-Stowe State University in St. Louis.

    I also work with the pitchers who are dealing with injury problems.

  • #2
    Uhhhmmmm.....Oh Chris, I think you've got me and Clifton reversed.......

    Originally posted by Chris O'Leary View Post
    If any lurkers are wondering whether the ideas about hitting discussed on this web site -- which sometimes fall under the umbrella of "Rotational Hitting" and are more generally known as The Major League Swing -- work or not, I can give you an emphatic answer.

    Yes they do!

    I have been teaching my sons and others about The Major League Swing here in St. Louis, and people I have worked with have seen great results. Twice in the past week I have had people call me and tell me that they or their sons have seen their power numbers go way up. Where before they would hit 5 home runs in BP for the entire season, they now hit 5 home runs in each BP session.

    Just a few of the instructors on this site that I have learned from include...

    - Mark H and Steve Englishbey
    - JBooth
    - LClifton
    - BoardMember
    - Ursa Major
    - ssarge
    - Jake

    ...and others.

    If you are on the bubble, I suggest it's time to commit to these ideas.

    They work.

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    • #3
      While I do not currently play on a baseball team (very limited on time), I have been teaching myself rotational hitting for the past two years of so. I am comfortable with it and feel like I make more solid contact in the cage with this technique. I haven't had much change to try it off of live pitching.

      So, if you live in my area and want to practice, send me a PM.
      See ball, hit ball.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by BoardMember View Post
        Uhhhmmmm.....Oh Chris, I think you've got me and Clifton reversed.......
        Clarification added.

        If you say anything else, I drop you to the bottom of the list.

        ;-)
        Hitting Coordinator for Harris-Stowe State University in St. Louis.

        I also work with the pitchers who are dealing with injury problems.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Chris O'Leary View Post
          Clarification added.

          If you say anything else, I drop you to the bottom of the list.

          ;-)
          Oh great! then I get bumped! lol
          "He who dares to teach, must never cease to learn."
          - John Cotton Dana (1856–1929) - Offered to many by L. Olson - Iowa (Teacher)
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          • #6
            Chris, put yourself on the list anyway. You give back far more than you steal. And, when it comes down to the aspect of making it work for kids, we end up teaching ourselves as much as we are taught by others. And you contribute pitching ideas, which some of us don't have the breadth of knowledge to do. I'd add another name to the list -- the ghost of Ted Williams, who still guides us in much of what we do.

            Glad to know that the rotational advice is still helping. I see it being put into use every day, and the look on the faces of kids (and their parents) when they get big hits against tough pitchers is priceless.
            sigpicIt's not whether you fall -- everyone does -- but how you come out of the fall that counts.

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