Say you've been working on this theory for a couple of years that a certain arm action is problematic. Your ideas have been met with some interest but also a lot of skepticism. Say you just found out that some studies are going to be coming out over the next year or so that pretty much say the same thing that you are saying was correct. What would you do? Write a book? An eBook?
Want to know why batters tend to hit opposite-side pitchers (LH pitcher for a RH batter) better and why switch-hitters vary according to which side the pitcher throws from? Because an opposite-side pitcher can't throw a ball that looks like it's going to hit you in the head and that then falls in for a strike like this one does.
got to see the world series trophy at the river bandits stadium in the quad cities. the river bandits trophy from last year also on display, and they won 20-5 over the Cubs affiliate from Peoria. What a great day to go to a ballgame!
It is Chris Jackman (aka Barret Carpenter) Watching the blues game i came to a realization. Chris Carpenter is Barret Jackman, that's why he can hold his own on the mound.
Let's see if the signing of Beltran helps keep their window open. With their deep farm system, I think they're set up for at the least, the next few years. See full post on Beyond the Box Score