In that post on my StevenEllis.com Blog, I was taking a light-hearted approach to developing better pitching accuracy. It was part joke, part serious.
Look, when you're playing catch with a partner in your backyard, for example, and you throw it wild, you should go and get it, not your throwing partner. That was my point. My dad made me chase after the ball if I threw it wild. It helped to develop my pitching accuracy because I made sure I threw it to him accurately... I didn't like to have to go get it if I threw it wild.