We ended up putting another one in the L column today, but it wasn't really the score, more my personal performance, and lack of not knowing what to do to get reset.
I gave up like 6 ER in 1 1/3, giving up only one clean hit to the outfield, and one walk.
Everything else was grounders including 3 infield singles.
A couple critical errors on two easy double play balls.
I really haven't thrown well in a while, and it's become a thing of frustration, when I'm by nature generally very composed.
Yet I don't really know what to do, to either fix it or just relax.
Given up several infield hits, and I'd venture to say 80% of hits are grounders, so it's not like I'm getting ripped.
Yet the scorebook would say I'm getting absolutely destroyed.
I've worked mechanics
All kinds of mental focus
In a new program this year, we really only do pitching stuff game day, never in practice, and I've also become a shortstop, which has played with my release ponit and arm path.
None the less, anyone got any kind of response on what to do.
One of our other pitchers told me it is actually nice that he's not very bright because he doesn't think to much, lol.