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you see a guy from baseball prospectus for gyro ball instruction? Seriously? Dude, worry about getting a solid mechanical foundation before you spend energy on gimmick pitches.

A couple things … I think you should get your lead leg into foot plant quicker… this would help your timing so your front shoulder won’t be drifting open too early…

Also seems like your arm action is a bit abbreviated. Its like, when you bring it back, you keep it bent at the elbow at all times. You should bring it back in a swoop, I mean, really bring it back there … it’s like you are in a rush to bring it into a cocked position.

It’s not the only reason I have seen him before - I plan on getting into front office work in baseball, and knowing people who write for major baseball sites will help.

[quote=“andrew.ra.”]A couple things … I think you should get your lead leg into foot plant quicker… this would help your timing so your front shoulder won’t be drifting open too early…

Also seems like your arm action is a bit abbreviated. Its like, when you bring it back, you keep it bent at the elbow at all times. You should bring it back in a swoop, I mean, really bring it back there … it’s like you are in a rush to bring it into a cocked position.[/quote]

Thanks, I’ll think about both!

email me kyle at jay21328@aol.com

[quote=“RIstar”]email me kyle at jay21328@aol.com[/quote]I wouldn’t, if he can’t give his advice on here, then it must not be good or he is unsure of it. I’ll look at it a little bit later and post some stuff if needed.

Will Carroll happens to be a very reputable source when it comes to pitching and mechanics. Gyroballs aside, he can teach pitching as well.

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