I have been noticing the same thing since last summer so it’s funny that you bring that up. Something looks like he’s not getting out everything he has in the “tank” and it has to do with his feet. Also, you mention a similar “tweak” that others (DM59 ) have mentioned in past posts regarding his stride length and related to hip rotation. We have been apprehensive to start making adjustments in his mechanics for fear that what “fixes” one problem, may cause another and overall mechanically, I think he’s pretty sound. Recently, I have bitten the bullet and have been working on these issues with him. I’ve been reminding him to lead with his front hip and have been encouraging him to focus on rotating his hips before his shoulders as he’s planted his glove side foot. On the video, it looks like both his hips and shoulders are rotating at the same time and that his back foot never really “turns over”. We haven’t been working on “stride length” in and of itself, but it seems to have improved some since working on the other things. I have often wondered why he never trashed the toe of his cleats like a lot of other pitchers do. Probably because his back foot was never really in contact with the ground once his glove side foot landed. He is definately improving and the toe of his shoe is sure getting worn out! I’ll post more video of him soon. Thanks everyone for the input.