So yea John Bagonzi talks about it on his website which is a more old fashioned curve ball like sandy koufax threw
its a slow loopy curveball that breaks a lot
how do you throw a slow loopy curve like that?
Why would you want to?
If it IS like Sandy Koufax's curve, why wouldn't you? :shock:
He had arguably the best curveball of all time.
No disagreement about the quality of Koufax's curveball, but it doesn't look "slow and loopy" in the video clips I have. It looks pretty fast with late, sharp downward breaking action near the plate.
oh well I read on john bagonizi's website its actually far superior to a normal curveball and is better idk why.
By not throwing a good curveball.