So, my kid is pitching the other day. Coach yells “adjust your timing.” Its not the first time he has been asked to adjust his timing. Runners were on base each time. These are 12 yr olds. He tends to get in a rythmn: catch ball, windup and then throw the pitch. Like clock work. Do any of you have any suggestions for him to remember to adjust his execution of a pitch. There is a flip side to that because he is so regimental he is very good at pickoffs, when he goes to first it will get many of them. Because they think they are timed up on his throw to the plate. But I would think breaking up the timing would preferable to a consistently timed pitch. I am not talking about changing from leg kick to glide/slide he already does that as a means to mitigate the situation. I am talking about the timing of the release of the ball. Is there an acronym out there, or something a pitcher has come up with as to deal with runners.
Additionally I have some video on a phone, but I am unsure of how to load it.