Thu, 29 July 2010
You're a pitcher, and you've just released the perfect pitch.
Your pitching form is picture-perfect, your follow-though is stunningly choreographed and breathtakingly beautiful, and . . . and suddenly the ball is flying toward your face at a hundred miles an hour.
What should pitchers do immediately after they have thrown their pitch?
This program gives you some tips on avoiding injury, predicting where the ball will be hit, and why you should never stay behind the pitching plate after you've released the ball.
For more softball tips, visit my website http://slowpitchbook.com.