Thanks for your kind words. Until a couple of weeks ago I did’nt think it was special. But there’s a pitching coach in The Netherlands who shared a video of my son on facebook. And it received a lot of positive replies an likes and quite af few from the US. That made me very proud of course. Because everything he does I taught him.
Do you have some videos or pictures of your son?
I would love to see them.
Pretty good. The first thing that stood out at me was him coming to a balance point and not getting the hips moving forward. Can’t see from this angle, but the lack of momentum and energy created by getting the center mass moving could force him to over rotate, simple timing problem. The area I would spend most of my time with is the arm action. Looks like he goes straight from the glove with the intent to get the ball up. Notice how Verlander does not get the ball up until the shoulders begin rotating. I saw where someone mentioned good scap load, I would disagree, looks like it is very passive. Meaning he doesn’t have much intent to “get it” going out oft the glove. Doesn’t have the intent to throw with the glove side, I don’t see much of an aggressive action with the glove. Looks to finish really well, I think he just has some simple timing problems. Again, focus on the arm action and allow the shoulders turning to get the arm up and redirect the path. Impressive