Thanks. I have never thrown a slider in my life and do not plan to. I have been bad at getting the curve to break correctly all my life. But I guess I will stick with the 10-4 movement and make the most of it.
Not to be rude, But could you tell me why it is bad to finish close to the hip? I have never had any arm pain or any problems throwing like this. And by dangerous, do you mean as a pitcher or to my arm? I know a couple guys in the MLB who make good use of a slurve, To tell you the truth I don't think I can as hard as I try throw a curveball the way it is meant to be thrown. All I get is a "slurve" kind of unique. And I haven't had like I said any arm pain...so...?
I agree 100%. I do work with a pitching coach and he has not dissaprooved of it yet. He is happy with the results and is a wise guy...but I totally understand. Thanks WhiteSox101