I’m learning to pitch at the young age of 53. (I was born a catcher but I’ve
turned that over to the younger guys on the team.)
I built myself a mound and am throwing 5-6 times a week in the garage
(it’s COLD here in Germany!) into a popup net. I play in an adult league
here close to Munich–I drastically affect the average age of the team!
I’ve been working on a curve with the kind help and advice of Dr.
Bagonzi. I still am not getting the really good spin on the curve and
can’t seem to get past the “lollipop” stage. Any hints/drills/other advice?
In January I had the chance to pitch in a Florida Senior Tournament and
several times threw an “accidental” cutter. It broke very sharp but way
too late–past the plate. How can I affect the point where the break begins?
Sorry to make this a novel–thanks in advance.
Can’t wait for spring!