I have a recently discovered mechanics flaw (from this weekend). I was having an issue locating my curveball and my friend who was catching my bullpen who is also a pitcher, said non-chalantly ‘If you’re going to throw across your body then aim here.’ He moved his glove to the inside part of the plate, i’m a righty. And my next curveball was located perfectly and cut right across the strike zone 2 to 8. I’ve been having location issues for some time and i never knew why, i would throw outside too much and then try to make adjustments and then just lose all control and would have no idea where the ball could be going. But when my friend made that suggestion, all my pitches fell into place almost instantly. Now I top out at 83mph. I have no arm problems, no discomfort, the usual soreness in my shoulder after throwing. But i know that throwing across my body is not good, i know that eventually one day it will lead to an injury and it may even be limiting my potential to gain more velocity. What i’m in search of is any tips or drills i could use to eliminate throwing across my body. I’m looking for outside opinions, I also have a professional opinion from a friend who was a minor league pitcher that threw 98mph. Thanks in advance for any help!