The most obvious thing I see is that your glove side foot goes up into your kick and then steps directly (e.g. diagonally) to the landing spot.
It would be better if your glove-side foot went straight up and then straight down and then skimmed the ground as you stride. This would help to keep your hips closed longer.
While striding with your glove-side foot, the toe of your glove side foot should face 3B, not the target. When striding, in addition to your glove-side foot being too high, your glove-side toe points to the target much too quickly which causes your hips to open up too soon. You need to stride with the side of your glove soon foot pointing at the target and then rotate your glove-side foot (so that your glove side toe points at the target) at the last second.
Here some examples of what this looks like...
Notice how low their feet are to the ground during the entire stride and how they stride with their feet sideways and their toe pointed at 3B (or 1B in Sabathia's case) and rotate their feet at the last second before landing.