Hmm, today has marked the first time that I’ve heard about the Gyroball. Apparently there is a pitcher named Daisuke Matsuzaka from the Japan league who throws a very special pitch. It has a so called, “double spin.” Making the pitch appear like a hanging curveball, but then dropping hard-low and a way- to a right handed batter. Just wanted to fill you in on all of this, he might be coming to the U.S. in the next year, or maybe in a couple of years. Anyways, here is some info about the Gyroball and pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka.

I don’t know, I’d like to see this, and I a better explanation of how to throw it.

Can you tell me where I can pick up a copy of the book.

well, I was so intrigued by the theory/idea, i just bought the book.
If anyone cares, I will give my thoughts on it.

I’m always looking for knowledge, so even if this gyroball is a hoax, I’m sure I can pick up some interesting info.

is a pitch with equal sidespin on both sides with drops later than a curve but sooner than a fastball.

pronate your arm while simultaeously turning your hps the other way

Dodger if you want to learn about it, search on Centerfield, he rarely posts anymore, but he researched the Gyro better than anyone I’ve ever seen…really great work.