Poetic Pitching

I mention this site in my blog today.

http://baseballpoetess.com

It’s about pitching.

Tell me if I did a good job.

I think they were more than adequate representations of the pitches. Without naming them and being able to name them by charactoristics is cool. You portrayed them well.
Maybe a longer relationship will prove more fruitful on the help front…

Thanks. It worked a lot better going one-on-one with someone in instant messaging/chat because I could say, how’s this? and get feedback immediately before I got confused.

I dunno if Mike Molholt has ever seen this site but I got permission to use his name and he used to pitch in HS. I’ve also read a lot about baseball in general.

And In your sig I see you qote Greg – is that Maddux?

His brother Mike was a pitching coach in the Astros organization for several years. Morgan Ensberg was talking about him his blog today. http://morganensberg.wordpress.com/

Thanks again for the input.

Yes it is Greg Maddux, his brother Mike is now coaching with the Texas Rangers. I consider Greg Maddux a person one should study if one wants to understand just what it is to understand pitching at a very high level, I posted this yesterday on the “I want this guy on my team thread”, it may give some small idea as to the respect this humble, soft-spoken man commands by his presence;

http://chicago.cubs.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20100406&content_id=9103188&vkey=news_chc&fext=.jsp&c_id=chc

[quote]dunno if Mike Molholt has ever seen this site but I got permission to use his name and he used to pitch in HS[/quote]We’d welcome and look for what insight was offered by any whom you would recommend our way.