Hello, I’m pretty much new around here… I myself actually pitch (16 yrs old) with 69~74mph range and my brother is 14 yrs old and he hit 76 mph with his fastball recently with 72~73mph range. He started to throw (not pitch) around last year and making a progression on how to throw fastballs… but now I think it’s time to learn more about control, mental, conditioning, more grips… you know…
Some people might think sticking it to ‘pitching gurus’ might be foolishness, but I also feel that learning by DVD/book that’s focused on their theory for best is the best way to learn the better pitching.
The question is that which program is better? Dick Mills’s or Tom House’s?
I actually received Dick Mills’s free pitching report on his program, and it seems that his program is actually quite expensive, but has produced some quality results. (Barry Zito, Matt Harrison, Andrew Good etc) I also heard about Tom House’s DVD and his performance as a pitching coach (Mark Prior, Big Unit, Nolan Ryan etc.). House’s stuff aren’t as expensive as Mills’s though. Only thing that comes into my mind is that House has stated Prior’s mechanic is perfect and yet he’s plagued with injuries (Mills points that out a lot actually).
Which product do you recommend and why? Thanks