A nice piece of Jaeger advice


Being a fan of common sense…this seemed to resonate with my tormented mind :wink:

JD, you can relax.
I was reading that wonderful piece by Alan Jaeger, and I immediately flashed back to the years that I was working with Yankee pitcher Eddie Lopat. I remembered the things he told me, the way in which he worked with me, and I couldn’t help grinning like a complete idiot—he was spot on. I am now a 79-year-old arthritic old poop with the lousiest right knee in creation, but I still remember, and I’m delighted to see that there’s someone else out there with the same commonsensical approach to this business of, well, not so much training pitchers as helping them to make the most of what they have and can do. :baseballpitcher: