I have heard somewhere on this forum that a cut fastball (cutter) should break to the right (thrown by a right-handed pitcher to a right-handed batter) late. According to my cousin, my cut fastball drops a lot but only moves the right (thrown by a right-handed pitcher to a right-handed batter). What is the proper movement for a cut fastball?
What you describe is a sinker, the cut moves in the same way as a slider (Right to left from a righty) only less and later.
So jd… is it a sinker or a slider?
What you are throwing is a sinker. A cutter moves to the left (from a RHP).
it should break to your opposite arm side at about 59ft or 44ft in little league. if you use wooden bats. they will be broken. they “cut” the bat in half
sorry i meant to say to your. arm side.
sorry i got all confused it is your opposite arm side
The cutter breaks to the glove hand side, same as a curveball and slider.