In addition to what’s been mentioned-
In picture #1, your head position is up with the brim of your cap tilting up. You’re trying to focus on your target out of phase with your head position. Because of this starting postion with your head, your eyes will truly focus and manage the finish posture of your release the only way it can – by poping up after your release, instead of a smooth follow through down towards your target. By the way, that stride/leg-foot observation is a key mechanics issued I would suggest dealing with now. That correction could adjust my observations.
In picture #2, your entire body is now moving towards the third baseline – wasted energy here in addition to regaining your balance. Notice how abruptly your pitching arm “snaps” at the shoulder. Keep that up and your ending destination will be a never ending day-to-day shoulder issue(s). By the way, that stride/leg-foot observation is a key mechanics issued I would suggest dealing with now. That correction could adjust my observations.
In picture #3, your motions in #1, and #2 force you to “peter-pan” off to your glove side, while trying to maintain your balance. Your management of your momentum, balance and control is compounded to the extent it is, by your pivot foot “whipping” up.
Again I think if your correct your stride leg/foot landing more direct to your target, a lot of this will take care of itself.
Also, try to stay with your pitch a little better. Try and not bailing out after your release, then popping up with that “snapping” of your pitching arm and shoulder. Try and finish like in the example below, if you can.