Late Night Chat With Curt
I was at ALCS game 5 last year. And my boyfriend and I were featured up on the big screen in the middle of the sixth. I told the videocam woman that Curt and I have the same birthday, November 14th, and they put that little factoid up on the big screen. Love ya, Curt.
Did you catch speech from Obama this morning in Cairo, what are your thoughts on the job Obama has been doing to date and the speech this morning
I’ve heard pitching coaches, managers, scouts, etc. talk about pitchers who have “late movement” on their pitches, which is highly desireable and effective in getting strikeouts. Is late movement something you either have on your pitches or you don’t, something that some of your pitches have, or are there adjustments a player can make to achieve late movement? Is late movement affected by arm slot, pitch speed or other mechanics? Are you aware of any Boston organizational initiatives to find out how to develop this skill, or do they look to acquire pitchers who have this ability? Thank you.
Let me tell you what’s not to like about Mr Strasburg. There is a side by side video on the net of him and Prior. The exact same injurious loop in his delivery that got Prior. Scary.
He also has terrible reverse pitching forearm bounce. It is scary to think that our successful businessman own baseball teams it makes one wonder how well our businesses are being run.
Anyway unless Mr Kasden make a call down to Zephyrhills Mr Strasburg will be a blip on the baseball screen. The first thing you will see go is his velocity.
PS. still waiting for your great internet debater EC to answer my 4 simple questions.
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Hey. Great blog, I’m a really big baseball fan. Keep the posts coming.
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