You can mess around with whether or not your glove side shoulder is doing a certain thing or if your left ear is pointing north but you are not going to fix this seriously challenged arm action without focussing on it for a while. You get virtually no external rotation. STUDY THE PROS!!! I have yet to see a pro do what you’re doing here. It’s all in the backswing RIstar. Yours stays low, moves back toward first base LOW, lifts hardly at all, then the hand stays at that LOW LEVEL and swings around in pretty much a horizontal arc.
So, toy with your left big toe, or the hair on the right side of your head. None of the incessant tinkering you’ve been doing will fix your biggest challenge. Your ARM ACTION. You MUST FIX THIS ARM ACTION. IT’S ALL TOO LOW!!! You even hold the ball in the glove down there and break it down there.
Just try it RIstar. Just try to emulate Kevin Brown from the video shown below. You constantly mess around with everything else. JUST TRY IT!!!
After breaking the ball out of the glove, bend the elbow earlier. Lift up, thinking of the top of the forearm and the upper arm as a unit, bent a bit. Just try it. Watch Brown do it. Watch Nolan Ryan do it. Clemens.